By Shana Rosenthal, Certified Consulting Hypnotist
Pains in the chest and shortness of breath are common with panic and anxiety attacks and are unpleasant and distressing, as they could be a sign of something more serious.
Anxiety attacks can have countless causes and sometimes they are not obvious. Research shows that difficult situations, or stressful life circumstances, can increase stress levels and bring on symptoms.
Regretfully, people can suffer panic attacks suddenly and for no apparent reason.
Everyone has a natural fight or flight response that activates the release of stress chemicals to the brain when found in conditions where danger is sensed.
This response occurs in the same way whether the threat is triggered by a thought or if it the threat is real.
Not only will the anxiety attack itself be very distressing, it can also place an immense negative impact on how people experience their everyday lives.
The unpredictability of when and where the next one will occur, causes people to live in fear of an attack, which often is the very cause of the onset. A viscous cycle that many can relate to!
Maybe you find yourself avoiding going to certain locations where you fear may bring about a panic attack? Perhaps you avoid doing particular activities or evading specific situations?
Maybe you feel ill-equipped to deal with stressful situations in fear of bringing on the dreaded symptoms of anxiety?
If left untreated, symptoms escalate and people often become isolated since they are afraid to go out at all.
A loss of confidence and self-esteem is common for people who suffer panic attacks, which can lead to further stress and anxiety.
A panic attack can be extremely frightening experience.
1 in 10 people will experience panic disorder in their lifetime.
Having a panic attack on a regular basis naturally increases the belief that another one will occur soon, causing constant feelings of fear.
Medical professionals can prescribe medication to assist with anxiety and stress; this helps with the signs and symptoms but not the cause.
Hypnosis is found to help calm and control the actual issues driving the cause by helping the subconscious mind to reframe thinking which results in behavioral changes that reduce the effects and in some cases, remove them entirely.
Hypnosis trains the subconscious mind to respond more appropriately to circumstances that in the past may have caused stress, tension, worry and panic.
During hypnosis sessions, clients are taught powerful techniques and tools, which create a deep inner confidence that allow them to remain calm and confident in situations that would have otherwise caused them severe panic and stress.
Hypnosis is even more effective when combined with Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) or Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT/Tapping) which helps the mind to think clearly, calmly and logically, alleviating feelings of fear and panic.
Out of the shadow of continuous worry and fear, people can gain the confidence to lead fulfilling lives without constraints and self-sabotage. The subconscious is amazingly powerful and modifications made in hypnosis are commonly long lasting and often permanent.
Meet with Shana Rosenthal and discover:
Powerful tools and strategies to help overcome panic.
Effective methods for recognizing triggers and stopping them.
Helpful techniques designed to eliminate panic, and achieve a peaceful, calm state.
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