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Why are some people chronically anxious?
Often anxiety can be the result of a previous traumatising incident, and represent a fear of experiencing that again. Consequently sufferers may avoid situations that trigger the anxiety response and, inevitably, this can impact on their personal, social and work relationships.
The all too familiar general symptoms of anxiety . . .
All anxiety problems include a strong element of worry, a need to control exposure to an over-estimated threat. There are typically troubling, intrusive thoughts and images and unpleasant physical sensations.
And there's more!
Some of the specific symptoms that may be experienced include:
Overwhelming feelings of fear, tenseness, restlessness and irritability
Reduced attention span and difficulty concentrating - which can result in poor task performance
Loss of appetite
Loss of sexual interest
Physical symptoms may include tightness in the chest, breathlessness, palpitations and sweating, dizziness, light headedness and headaches.
Of course a person will not have all these symptoms - thankfully!!
So how can hypnotherapy help?
Hypnosis and Hypnotherapy can provide a fast and effective approach to resolving anxiety problems. How? By working at a deep, subconscious level to address the roots of anxiety problems. In the hand of a skilled practitioner, hypnotherapy can address the anxiety provoking thoughts, beliefs, emotions and behaviours that underpin the problem.
Look forward to a tomorrow with your anxiety tamed -
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We have all experienced anxiety
Some anxiety and worry is natural when facing stressful situations, such as having to give a speech, a job interview, or taking an examination. Unfortunately, this normal, adaptive response can sometimes become excessive, disruptive and chronic. Do you have constant nagging feeling of uneasiness, apprehension, the anticipation of potential problems? Let's face it, Chronic anxiety can be severe and disrupt our lives.
Dr Phil Erwin