Anxiety and Panic Attacks
Anxiety is ‘obsessive thoughts and relenting worries’ about stressful past incidents and an underlying feeling that it might happen again. It could be everyday problems like money, health and family. It is self-perpetuating and triggers by anticipating a tragedy or negative response from the environment. Your conscious mind is under siege!
Some of the most common symptoms associated with anxiety are:
It can create nervousness, fear, apprehension and worrying. Also, dizziness, breathlessness, irritability, headaches, muscle tension, loss of appetite, sweating, poor performance and reduced concentration. The mind seems to be in complete focus on the issue at hand. In some cases, even the fear of losing control of your life or situation creates anxiety.
Anxiety can be normal when it happens in phases and it goes away when the reason causing it cease to exist. Constant anxiety can have a disabling effect on the normal life of a person. It can be quite damaging to mind and body, relationship, work life, family and social life. It can destroy daily life and sleep of a person. It is time to seek help!
Anxiety, when not tended well, can lead to panic attacks and depression. And some people may resort to self-help, by taking refuge in drugs, alcohol etc.
Panic stricken people undergo uncontrollable and unknown fear or anxiety creeping from nowhere. It can be very discomforting, frightening and debilitating. It spurs tremors and palpitations all of a sudden with no prior notice. A series of panic disorders lands to panic attacks. These attacks are brought on by our own ‘fight and flight’ response, which invites hormones (particularly adrenaline) to get into a defensive zone from a perceived threat.
The underlying feeling is: something “bad” will happen; again keeping the conscious mind under siege.
Panic attacks bring along choking sensations, chest pains, apprehensions, dizziness, shivers, nausea, difficulty breathing, confusion and increased heart rate.
Strangely but true, it is the fear of having another anxiety and panic attack that creates havoc in personal lives, thus, ultimately creating further anxiety. Most of the people suffering from Agoraphobia – fear of going out, will be suffering from panic attacks as well, leading them to ultimately finding refuge and security at home.
With the help of Arti Tuteja Hypnotist and her wide experience in dealing with this issue through hypnotherapy, you can relive your life to the fullest.
How does Hypnotherapy help for Anxiety & Panic Attacks?
We are not born with anxiety and panic responses.
You can learn to be free of anxiety and panic attacks altogether. In both anxiety and panic, your conscious mind is under siege and it requires a lot of work done in this area creating positive thoughts with a strong understanding that ‘thoughts generate feelings’. Affirmations, positive thoughts generations are just a few ways. Gaining back control of the conscious mind is critical.
Hypnotherapy analyzes the emotional blockages from early stages and helps in relieving them off, replacing them with relaxed responses and healthy perceptions. The mind is extensively taught to relax and remain calm all the time. Hypnotherapy will help lift the burden from being a failure in life to beaming with self-confidence and self-esteem. When the root cause fear is eliminated, symptoms will disappear.