Anxiety

Anxiety disorder and depression are symptomatic and controlling responses to a perceived danger whether real or not and can be experienced at different levels.  Whilst many people can experience anxiousness over exams, driving tests and public speaking etcetera, the stressful situation will ultimately pass and they will get on with their lives.

For others, the effect can be debilitating.  Anxiety creates an instinctive reaction that places us in fight or flight mode and our attitudes, behaviours and bad habits will reflect that.  We may become self-destructive and possibly drink too much, overeat or chew our finger nails.  We can develop compulsive disorders such as excessive neatness or even become fearful of going out or mixing socially with others.

Anxiety can be brought on by a fear of something that happened, or what we think happened and dread happening again, or, we might not actually know the cause but, something triggers our negative reaction and the effect is real.

Hypnotherapy can access the root cause of the problem and help restore confidence and self-belief and at the same time minimise helpless feelings of fear and worry.

Through relaxing hypnosis and the power of suggestion, you can calm the mind and overcome often-overwhelming emotions, promoting positive change.  You will be able to understand what triggers your emotional responses and learn to deal with that so you can regain control of your life and your future.