One of the questions I am often asked is "Can hypnotherapy help with anxiety?"
The good news is "Yes, hypnotherapy can help with all forms of anxiety"
Anxiety is a type of fear, usually associated with the thought of some threat, or of something going wrong in the future.
Sometimes the anxiety is around a specific situation like driving or being in groups of people or socialising. For others it is a generalised feeling, worrying about so many different situations & this anxiety can start when waking in the mornings with a feeling of dread at what the day will hold.
The NHS estimates that 1 in 6 people in the past week experienced a common mental health problem, including anxiety and depression.
Many of those people don’t seek support or help, often not realising help is out there.
You are not alone.
Hypnotherapy can help reduce anxiety significantly, without any of the side-effects people report when they use medication
For some people anxiety may present as a feeling of worry or fear, butterflies in the stomach, sudden nausea, irritability or a general feeling of overwhelm. Depression can accompany these feelings, or exist on it's own. When someone is depressed they may experience feelings of low mood or a lack of energy, they may find it difficult to make decisions or withdraw from those around them. There are many overlaps between the two conditions. Sleep is often disturbed, with people either sleeping too much and lacking energy, or finding it difficult to get to, or stay asleep.
Clients often come to me after trying other treatments that have not worked and are relieved to find out that hypnotherapy can help treat their anxiety very successfully.
Read what my previous clients have to say about how working with me has helped them.
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Find out how hypnotherapy can help with anxiety, leaving you feeling calmer, more relaxed and able to deal with life with a more positive outlook.
There are six main types of anxiety disorders:
Generalized anxiety disorder (GAD)
Panic disorder (Panic Attacks)
Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD)
Social anxiety disorder
Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)