Feeling anxious, nervous, or tense, from time to time.
- 1 hr1 hour
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Feeling anxious, nervous, or tense, from time to time, in response to a situation that is either happening now or is likely to happen in the future is normal. Many people do learn to live with their anxiety and it doesn’t cause them too much of a problem. However, a person with an anxiety disorder finds it difficult to control their anxiety to such an extent that they find that the anxiety interferes with everyday life. In general, typical behavioural symptoms that are indicative of an anxiety disorder include: Intrusive thoughts/worries that cannot be controlled. Migraines/headaches or nightmares. Insomnia and difficulty sleeping – taking a long time to fall asleep and/or waking in the middle of the night – and eventually waking up tired and exhausted the next day. Fear and avoidance of everyday situations or activities. Anxiety hypnosis treatments are widely accepted and recognised, as a genuine form of treatment. Hypnotherapy can help a person suffering from anxiety by promoting confidence and belief in oneself. It also helps anxiety sufferers reduce stress, feelings of fear and intense worry through subconscious persuasion bringing calming thoughts reinforced with the use of Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP). Anxiety hypnosis therapy focuses on unlocking the subconscious aspects of your mind using the power of suggestion to instil positive change. Like any form of treatment, it can be a short permanent treatment or sometimes you may need to go back for further sessions. This all depends on the individual. During the anxiety hypnosis therapy, we will use positive reinforcement to help change your train of thought, but based on careful consultation prior, to establish the causes of the underlying issues.