3 ways Hypnotherapy for Stress and Anxiety can help you
Most of us have experienced it at some point in our lives. But for some people, it can make even the most every-day tasks almost impossible.
If you’re finding intrusive thoughts or panic attacks have become a part of your daily life, Hypnotherapy for anxiety may be able to help.
Here are some ways that Hypnotherapy for stress and anxiety can help you:
1. Confronting Your Fears
Using an evidence-based and NHS-recommended method, Hypnotherapy can help you to learn how to manage your fears using talking therapy and Hypnosis. In the state of Hypnosis, which is a form of ‘trance’, positive visualisation and suggestion are used to direct the mind away from fears into a more solution-focused and positive mindset. Hypnotherapy can teach you to remain relaxed in situations that trigger the fear response in your body.
2. Changing Your Mindset
Hypnotherapy can help you to change the way you think about your anxiety, giving you greater physical and emotional control.
A typical Hypnotherapy session includes learning how the brain is affected by stress and anxiety, learning visualisation and breathing techniques that can help you to relax and focus your mind when you’re in a stressful situation, as well as giving you the tools to combat negative thinking.
3. Improving your Self-Esteem
Nothing is more liberating than conquering your intrusive thoughts. It can give you a new sense of energy and make you excited about life again. The techniques you learn through Hypnotherapy can build up your confidence by making you less self-conscious and better able to manage negative thoughts. Being able to manage symptoms and limiting behaviours better, you can be free to enjoy life again, with a smile on your face.
Hypnotherapy combines clinically proven therapeutic techniques (talking therapy) with Hypnosis (trance) to help people make positive changes and improve their quality of life. Neuroplasticity or brain plasticity refers to the brain’s ability to change throughout life. We can strengthen and grow new pathways through the repetition of thought and behaviour, and that can happen throughout our lives. Whilst we are in trance, our brains are optimally primed for plasticity, enabling positive new connections to form and create change in our thoughts and behaviours. If you’re worried about anxiety and think Hypnotherapy
Hypnotherapy for Anxiety can help, contact Annette Sloly today. Based in Bristol, Annette has helped clients manage a whole range of issues such as work-related stress, anxiety, fear of public speaking, peak performance, tinnitus and weight management issues. Call her direct on 0117 214 0706 or email firstname.lastname@example.org