Anxiety Disorders

If you’re feeling anxious, you’re not alone. In any given, normal year, about 20% of people are suffering anxiety to the point where it could be considered a disorder. Right now, given the couple of years we’ve had, it’s likely that number is much higher.

Anxiety is not only common, it’s normal. It’s the sinking feeling when something goes wrong, the nagging feeling that something doesn’t feel right, the feeling of danger. It makes us act. It makes us do what’s needed to avoid the negative. It only becomes a disorder when it’s not helpful, when it won’t go away after action, if it gets worse and worse. And it does get worse without some form of treatment.

So what can be done? Hypnotherapy is a great form of treatment for anxiety. Why?

Using hypnotherapy to treat anxiety

Less Talking

Standard approaches to treating anxiety focus on talking about the problem and its cause. Not only can this be uncomfortable for the client, all that talking can reinforce your mind’s view that the risk is significant, resulting in more anxiety. Hypnotherapy mostly takes part within your mind, in a safe, soothing relaxed environment.

Subconscious Focus

You can’t out-think yourself. People suffering with anxiety, just like people with phobias, logically know that they needn’t worry so much. It’s not by choice. Anxiety is not conscious-mind problem so why treat it that way? Hypnotherapy deals with the subconscious mind, the part of the mind that brings up thoughts and the resultant feelings in your body.

Anxiety Removal +

Hypnotherapy has been shown to be very effective in removing the negative thoughts and feelings associated with anxiety disorders. However, treatment can can also replace those negatives with positives. A more positive outlook on the future. More positive feelings about oneself. Improved self-care habits. Improved relationships

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