It’s perfectly normal to feel anxious from time to time, but when you experience frequent, intense anxiety attacks then it is time to seek treatment. Panic attacks are extremely frightening for the sufferer.
Symptoms of a panic attack include shortness of breath, heart palpitations, chest pains, dizziness and choking sensations which can make the sufferer think that they are actually dying.
Panic attacks and the fear of having a panic attack are extremely debilitating. Recurrent panic attacks are often triggered by a specific situation, place, person or thing. The sufferer will try and avoid these at all costs.
Panic attacks can lead to other problems such as agoraphobia. Sufferers may drink excessive amounts of alcohol or take drugs in order to prevent panic attacks.
If you suffer panic attacks don’t wait until they get more severe (they will get more and more severe through time). Effective help is at hand, which involves breaking the chain of events in the anxiety cycle.
Hypnotherapy is extremely helpful in combatting panic attacks, allowing you to control the scary thoughts that often accompany an anxiety attack as well as removing the trigger for the attack.
What will I expect in a typical hypnotherapy session dealing with panic attacks?
Following an initial free and confidential consultation about your panic attacks, we will deal with both your psychological and physical symptoms. You will learn how to reduce panic attacks by dealing with anxiety provoking situations.
You will reduce your overall stress and anxiety levels through visualization and breathing exercises. You will learn how to implement relaxation methods and break the chain of events within the cycle of anxiety. We will remove or reframe the triggers for your panic attacks.
Get back to a life free of panic attacks.
Face-to-face, telephone and online video hypnotherapy sessions offered
Call 07532 200862 today or email firstname.lastname@example.org and book your free consultation with Mark to find out how he can help you overcome your panic attacks for good.