I can help you live panic free!
During panic episodes, people can experience several symptoms, including shortness of breath, dizziness, nausea, palpitations, an urge to go to the toilet, numbness, tingling sensations, and feelings of detachment, as if no longer being connected to their body. The physical symptoms that accompany a panic attack are the body’s natural response to coping with a perceived threat. Although panic attacks are unpleasant for the individual, they do not present any immediate bodily danger, however, they can be deeply distressing and present a personal safety risk depending on when and where the attacks occur. Panic attacks can generate a significant amount of stress and fear in the person experiencing the attack, which can compound the attachment to existing fears and phobias or lead to new fears and phobias developing, such as a fear of driving or leaving the house.
When someone experiences a panic attack for the first time, a fear of future episodes will often ensue. This new fear can lead to avoidance and coping methods, including obsessive-compulsive disorders (OCD) that form as a means of controlling the out-of-control feelings. For some people, panic disorder may include agoraphobia and avoiding places or situations that cause them anxiety because of the fear of being unable to escape or get help if they have a panic attack. They may also become reliant on someone accompanying them when leaving their home. This avoidance and coping routine can become highly restrictive and lead to a significant loss of confidence and self-belief, which further influences the decision-making process, causing a negative downward spiral of negative emotions and damaging daily routines.
You may not think of something like anxiety as a serious health condition, it can however have major negative effects on both your personal and work life.
Anxiety need not be a life sentence. COACHD Rapid Transformational Therapy™(RTT™) and Hypnothrapy for anxiety disorder is an incredibly fast and effective treatment that can help you eliminate anxiety and panic altogether. My panic and anxiety disorder treatment are available to anyone suffering the effects of these debilitating conditions.
Anxiety is a normal reaction to many events that happen in life. It is a ‘fight or flight’ response to those events and acts as an internal warning system that alerts you to danger. Most people can manage what might be considered a ‘normal’ amount of anxiety, from things such as a pressing work deadline, starting a new job, or going on a first date.
Happy events such as moving to a new home or planning a wedding can also leave you feeling anxious. Sometimes anxiety can even be beneficial, it can motivate someone to complete a project or prepare for an exam. Normal anxiety is usually only related to specific situations and events and is a realistic and proportional response.
However, in some cases, everyday anxiety can transform into an anxiety disorder. Such disorders can have a serious negative impact on a person's life. Anxiety disorders are a group of mental illnesses that keep people from living their life with any kind of normalcy.
Anxiety disorders are wide-ranging. For example, someone could have a Panic Disorder, Social Anxiety Disorder or something known as a General Anxiety Disorder. Phobias are another type of anxiety disorder.
In such cases, the anxiety may crop up unexpectedly or for no apparent reason, and the person may experience much stronger feelings and symptoms than those of everyday anxiety, which can be difficult to manage.
To treat my clients for anxiety or an anxiety disorder, it is important for me to explore the underlying root cause of the anxiety.
Other risk factors for anxiety can include things such as stress at work or school, stress due to pain and illness, financial stress or even drug and alcohol abuse. Emotional trauma can also plays a major role in someone developing anxiety.
The symptoms generally associated with anxiety disorders are:
The general symptoms of depression are:
People with anxiety can develop depression and those with depression can develop anxiety. Quite often anxiety will present itself as the person's depressive state worsens.
Whatever someone is suffering for anxiety or depression, or both, they may have tried managing their negative thoughts and emotions by themselves. Be it by taking medications, using relaxation techniques, or implementing regular exercise and a healthy diet. In each case they will find some things to be more helpful than others.
However, these approaches alone may not resolve their issues since many anxieties and depression triggers have deeper roots and causes than just the person's lifestyle. For example, the way someone perceives different situations can trigger negative emotions and feelings. In other words, their mind and body react negatively to certain situations because of the negative stories that play out in their mind. Think of those ‘stories’ as the words they say to themselves and the pictures they create in their head.
To resolve the underlying causes, and eliminate anxiety and panic from someone's life forever, COACHD Rapid Transformational Therapy™(RTT™) and Hypnotherapy for anxiety and panic disorder is an incredibly powerful solution.
I use this powerful therapy to help people get to the root cause of their emotional, physical, or cognitive issues. When I treat a client for anxiety and panic disorder, I believe it is crucial to help them change their way of thinking, and any unhelpful beliefs and patterns of behaviour. Concentrating on the causes rather than the symptoms vastly increases the chance of success and lasting change.
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COACHD hypnotherapy works with the subconscious mind, helping people deal with their past trauma and transforming any negative thoughts and beliefs into positive, empowering new ones. With COACHD Rapid Transformational Therapy™(RTT™) and Hypnotherapy, my clients learn how to master their thoughts and feelings and transform panic and anxiety for good. I believe my therapy is the most powerful and effective treatment available for these conditions. Read more about Rapid Transformational Therapy™(RTT™).
Not so long ago hypnotherapy was considered an unconventional method of therapy but today it is backed by an increasing amount of research that validates the effectiveness of hypnotherapy for patient treatment. Hypnotherapy is rapidly becoming the preferred approach to treating many of today's psychological, physiological and physical conditions.
Hypnosis is integral part of hypnotherapy(2) and is a key element of COACHD Rapid Transformational Therapy™. Hypnosis is a highly effective treatment option for guided relaxation, intense concentration, focus and a heightened state of awareness.
During this heightened state of relaxation and awareness, my clients can explore feelings, thoughts, and memories that might be hidden from their conscious thinking minds. They are then able to overwrite any negative beliefs with powerful, empowering new ones. As a result, they are able to perceive things differently in their everyday life.
Research(3) reveals that hypnotherapy is a highly effective way of dealing with fears and phobias, substance abuse, eating disorders and low self-esteem, all of which involve a form of anxiety.
Reframing, ego reinforcement, age regression, parts therapy, metaphors, and anchors, are all methods and techniques I use in my hypnotherapy sessions to help release tension and manage anxiety and panic disorders. Read more about COACHD Hypnotherapy.
One study(4) done in 2016 involved scanning the brains of 57 people who were undergoing guided hypnosis sessions similar to those used to clinically treat someone for anxiety, pain, or trauma. Brain scans showed changes in the brain activity of those under hypnosis. The brain areas that lit up showed that participants experienced greater physical and emotional control and more focused attention. The participants also felt less self-conscious.
Another study(5) revealed that self-hypnosis training was found to be a rapid, cost-effective, and safe alternative to medication for the treatment of anxiety-related conditions. The study revealed that hypnosis was an effective treatment for anxiety associated with cancer, surgery, burns, and even medical and dental procedures and can be just as effective for managing everyday anxiety.
Hypnosis can also help reduce anxiety before surgery. One clinical study showed that women who went under hypnosis before breast cancer surgery experienced less pain, fatigue, and emotional stress. They also required less anaesthetic during surgery.
Another study(6) done with students who were taught self-hypnosis showed that hypnotherapy helped reduce anxiety and feelings of helplessness. These effects were far greater than traditional relaxation techniques.
There is plenty of evidence that hypnosis really does work for reducing stress and anxiety. It is especially important for those taking medications to manage the symptoms of the anxiety they are experiencing.
In contrast to medicated treatments, hypnosis in hypnotherapy has no side effects. It is also a much more cost-effective and sustainable tool to help people manage panic and anxiety or even resolve their issue once and for all.