Hypnosis for Anxiety in Stirling
 

The terms anxiety and stress are often interchangeable, but there are a number of conditions that fall very specifically into the anxiety bracket. These include:

 

  1. Agarophobia

  2. Generalized anxiety

  3. Obsessive Compulsive Disorders

  4. Panic Attacks

  5. Claustrophobia

  6. Social Phobias

  7. Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
     

 

At its core, anxiety can make us believe that things are worse than they actually are. We all experience it at a low grade (it’s part of our hormonal makeup, and connected to the release of stress hormones), but certain life events or triggers can tip us over the edge. Sometimes the cause is not clear to the sufferer, but it’s a very distressing condition. Stress, on the other hand, will wax and wane with the event in our lives.

Symptoms of Anxiety

There are many symptoms sufferers can suffer with, both physical and psychological. Anxiety UK have a comprehensive list that is worth being aware of.  
 

Some of the most common physical symptoms of anxiety are:
 

  • Increased heart rate

  • Increased muscle tension

  • “Jelly legs”

  • Tingling in the hands and feet

  • Hyperventilation (over breathing)

  • Dizziness

  • Difficulty in breathing

  • Wanting to use the toilet more often

  • Feeling sick

  • Tight band across the chest area

  • Tension headaches

  • Hot flushes

  • Increased perspiration

  • Dry mouth

  • Shaking

  • Choking sensations

  • Palpitations

 

Some of the most common psychological symptoms (the thoughts or altered perceptions we have) of anxiety are:

 

  • Thinking that you may lose control and/or go “mad”

  • Thinking that you might die

  • Thinking that you may have a heart attack/be sick/faint/have a brain tumour

  • Feeling that people are looking at you and observing your anxiety

  • Feeling as though things are speeding up/slowing down

  • Feeling detached from your environment and the people in it

  • Feeling like wanting to run away/escape from the situation

  • Feeling on edge and alert to everything around you

       (Courtesy of Anxiety UK)

 

So-Hypno uses sleep hypnosis to allow an entirely natural and deeply relaxed state. This gives an opportunity to tap into the recesses of the subconscious mind, an area that we cannot usually access. When in this relaxed state, the brain wave length changes and the subconscious becomes open to suggestion and able to accept solutions. The underlying causes of anxiety or stress can be addressed and a way forward found.

 

Hypnotherapy is a very positive and life-enhancing therapy for those suffering from stress or anxiety.

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