Reducing Anxiety and Treating Panic Attacks

Are you experiencing constant feelings of excessive and irrational worry, fear, tension and uneasiness?

Have those feelings affected your school, work or family responsibilities?

Are you overwhelmed by irrational fears that you can't seem to get rid of?

If things aren't done a certain way do you believe something bad may occur?

Do you avoid everyday situations because it may make you anxious?

Have you experienced unexpected and sudden attacks of panic that is heart pounding?

Do you feel apprehensive and feel that danger and catastrophe are around every corner you take?

Anxiety can affect concentration, cause irritability and bring feelings of being tense and jumpy, anticipating the worst scenario and feeling like your mind has gone blank.


Physical symptoms include pounding heart, shortness of breath, sweating, shaking or trembling, dizziness, muscle tension or twitches, stomach upset, headaches, insomnia, frequent urination or diarrhea. These symptoms are due to the brain's responses to perceived threats.

Anxiety is a completely natural response when the body feels under threat. It can be experienced through our thoughts, feelings and physical sensations. When our bodies feel under threat they release hormones; adrenaline and cortisol which makes us feel more alert so we react quicker and our hearts beat faster. Other hormones are then released when the threat has gone, which can cause our bodies to shake - known as the body's natural flight, fright or freeze response.

Anxiety can prevent people living their life as they wish to. Feelings of anxiety can last for prolonged periods of time where worries and fears are out of proportion to the situation and results in more severe symptoms including panic attacks. The more we avoid the issue the worse it can get.

Types of Anxiety Disorders include Generalised Anxiety Disorder (GAD), Social Anxiety, Panic


Disorder, Phobias, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD), Health Anxiety, Body Dysmorphic Disorder.

Examples of situations when people feel anxious:

- taking exams

- learning to drive

- having dental / medical treatment

- having a baby

- moving house 

- changing jobs

- attending interviews

- getting married or divorced

- past experiences

Current issues or problems in your life can trigger anxiety such as:

- exhaustion or a build up of stress

- problems at work

- financial difficulties

- feeling lonely or isolated

- losing someone close to you

- being bullied, harassed or abused


Anxiety stems from negative thoughts and worries. Hypnotherapy gets to the root of the issue and can overcome limiting beliefs by changing the thought patterns that lead to anxiety and panic. Hypnotherapy helps to gain a new perspective by changing the way we think, feel and behave in certain situations and environments in a more positive way.

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