|Anxiety comes in many forms, from what may appear as a lack of confidence in communicating with others to debilitating panic attacks in crowded or enclosed places. Symptoms can range from an uneasy, racing mind, blushing, stumbling over words to a full 'fight or flight' panic attack with a racing heart, short, shallow breathing, trembling and an unbearable desire to escape the situation. For everyone the experience is different and for each individual it is a genuine problem, preventing them from living a full and enjoyable life.|
|Anxiety can have a major effect on both work and personal life. Many people suffering from anxiety are embarrassed about the condition, making excuses and trying to hide the problem, totally avoiding the situations that trigger the anxiety.
|Anxiety starts very small. At first it's a gentle inclination but through avoidance the brain learns two things: that the thing you are by passing is scary and that avoiding the thing makes you feel good. The more you avoid it, the more it is reinforced in your brain. Then, almost out of the blue, there comes a point where the anxiety takes over your life, and for some at this stage, it can feel like there is no way to escape it.|
|But there is a solution, hypnotherapy can help you overcome your anxiety. Initially hypnotherapy can provide you with techniques to manage and control the anxiety and then more importantly, help you to find the cause and heal it, reprogramming behaviours and helping you to choose and adopt more positive responses.|
|"Thank you so.... much for helping to make such a massive difference in my life. Three months ago I didn't know where to turn to next my panic and anxiety attacks were worse than ever. The best decision I ever made was to contact you. I was very nervous but you Jan made me feel so normal and at ease. So thank you Jan the day I saw your advert was the day my life changed and definitely for the better."|
|Take a look at the 'How it Works' page and 'Testimonials' to see how hypnotherapy has helped others overcome their anxiety.|