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Hypnotherapy Can Help With Anxiety

Hypnotherapy for Anxiety which is also known as Anxiety Therapy can help you overcome your anxiety problem by helping you increase your confidence and by accessing the subconscious mind and finding the root of the anxious feelings.

Anxiety Is A Serious Problem Which Can Be Ovecome By Using Anxiety Therapy

One of the symptoms of anxiety is panic attacks which is also known as anxiety attacks and can be treated with Anxiety Therapy. Panic attacks are very unpleasant and can be described as a sudden, intense wave of fear. Anxiety is when you feel fearful and tense, for example if you are confronted by an angry person. It can also be a feeling of unease, for example during exams or worrying about an interview. The symptoms include chest pains, breathing difficulties, nausea, dizziness, terror, fear of dying, fear of losing control, flushes or chills and a tingling or numbness in the hands.

Hypnosis for Anxiety can help you lead a normal and healthy lifestyle by working with Claire Hegarty. Have you ever had that feeling where you thought you were going to have a heart attack and thought this is the end? Have you ever been stopped in your tracks and suddenly became ill, you felt like you could not breath and felt like you were about to collapse and could not understand what was going on? Anxiety is a serious issue that affects thousands of people and can be a terrifying time for sufferers of Anxiety but help is at hand with Hypnosis for Anxiety.

Thousands of people are rushed to hospital each year thinking they have had a heart attack and with the pain and suffering someone goes through when they have an Anxiety attack it is no wonder they think they are having a heart attack and thinking this could be the end, however people who suffer from Anxiety attacks and are rushed to hospital with a suspected heart attack are told they have actually had a bad anxiety attack.

Hypnotherapy For Anxiety and Panic Attacks Is An Effective Way To Help Someone Who Suffers From Anxiety

If you think you are alone in suffering from Anxiety then please let me put your mind at rest, thousands of people suffer from Anxiety attacks and each year I help hundreds of people to overcome their Anxiety problems by using Hypnosis for Anxiety to help them lead a normal and healthy lifestyle.

Hypnotherapy for Anxiety, particularly Cognitive Behavioural Hypnotherapy, is one of the most effective treatments for anxiety, stress, social anxiety and panic attacks.

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What Are Panic Attacks?

Panic attacks are extremely frightening and that is why more and more people are turning to Hypnosis for panic attacks to help them lead a normal lifestyle and this is why more and more doctors are now referring their patients who suffer from panic attacks to experts who deal with hypnotherapy for anxiety but what are panic attacks?

A serious panic attack can make you feel like you are having a heart attack, they are very serious and very frightening and each year thousands of people are rushed to hospital for a suspected heart attack to be told they are having a serious panic attack. Anxiety attacks for most people seem to come out of the blue, you could be walking along and all of a sudden you could be struck with a Anxiety attack or a panic attack as they are also known. A panic attack and anxiety attack can make you feel powerless, many people who are hit with a panic attack are worried they are going to die, this is not an over exaggeration, people feel this way because of the way they feel when they are hit with an anxiety or panic attack.

Anxiety Therapy Can Help You Overcome Your Anxiety Attacks

A panic attack is an exaggeration of the body’s normal response to fear, stress or excitement. When faced with a situation seen as potentially threatening, the body automatically gears itself up for danger, by producing quantities of adrenalin for ‘fight or flight’. This would have prepared our cave-dwelling ancestors to fight or run away from danger, but it’s much less appropriate to the stresses we encounter today. By using Hypnotherapy for Anxiety you can learn to overcome your stress and anxiety and lead a normal healthy lifestyle.

We all know about adrenalin, where you could be pumped up after scoring a goal for your team or in a pub quiz and you are pumped up with adrenalin with the excitement or you could be playing bingo and you have one number left to win the big prize and your body is pumped up with adrenalin, this is good adrenalin but adrenalin can also have a negative affect on your body.

Adrenalin has the following effects on your body:

  • muscles tense up
  • breathing becomes faster to take in more oxygen, which muscles need to help them transform sugar into energy
  • the heart pumps harder to get blood to where it’s needed
  • blood is diverted to the muscles, away from areas that don’t need it, so you become pale
  • digestion slows down and salivary glands dry up, causing a dry mouth
  • your senses become more alert; the slightest sound or touch provokes a reaction
  • sweating increases.

These reactions to adrenalin can occur in seconds and can occur in pleasurable excitement but it can also happen in negative situations such as a panic or anxiety attack.

When adrenalin floods your body your body can react to it in different ways, it can cause a number of different physical and emotional sensations that may affect you during your panic attack and it is very important that you understand what these include so you have a better understand of anxiety and panic attacks.

These may include:

  • very rapid breathing or feeling unable to breathe
  • very rapid heartbeat
  • pains in your chest
  • feeling faint or dizzy
  • sweating
  • ringing in your ears
  • tingling or numbness in your hands and feet
  • hot or cold flushes
  • feeling nauseous
  • wanting to go to the toilet
  • feelings of absolute terror
  • feelings of unreality, called depersonalisation and derealisation.

When someone suffers from a panic attack or anxiety attack they can feel detached from their body and they can also feel detached from their surroundings, not sure where they are, feeling that everything is strange and unreal. They can feel distant from the world where they can feel unsteady on their feet and feel everything around them is strange.


Anxiety and panic attacks can come on very quickly, they can come out of the blue with symptoms normally peaking within 10 minutes. A lot of panic and anxiety attacks can last for between five and 20 minutes but some anxiety attacks can last up to an hour.


As well as having an anxiety or panic attack during the day you can also have a panic attack in the night when you are asleep. These panic attacks can occur when your body is on high alert and can detect small, normal changes, in your body which your body can then take as a sign of danger. Night-time attacks can be frightening, you may feel confused and helpless.


As mentioned during an anxiety attack or panic attack you may feel that you are having a heart attack and your world is coming to an end, but what you need to know is, although an anxiety or panic attack is not a nice feeling, you need to remember that you will not die. When you feel breathlessness this is part of your anxiety attack but Hypnotherapy for Anxiety can help you overcome your panic attacks and Anxiety attacks.



Do your symptoms indicate an anxiety disorder?



If you identify with several of the following signs and symptoms, and they just won’t go away, you may be suffering from an anxiety disorder.


  • Are you constantly tense, worried, or on edge?
  • Does your anxiety interfere with your work, school, or family responsibilities?
  • Are you plagued by fears that you know are irrational, but can’t shake?
  • Do you believe that something bad will happen if certain things aren’t done a certain way?
  • Do you avoid everyday situations or activities because they cause you anxiety?
  • Do you experience sudden, unexpected attacks of heart-pounding panic?
  • Do you feel like danger and catastrophe are around every corner?


Are panic attacks and Anxiety Attacks serious?


Many people who do not suffer from panic attacks or anxiety attacks as if panic attacks and anxiety serious and the simple answer is yes. If you have every experienced an anxiety attack then you know yourself that they are serious but people who are lucky enough not to suffer from panic attacks do not know how they can change your life. Hopefully by reading some of the above you may now understand how serious panic attacks and anxiety attacks are. This is why hundreds of people each year call on Claire Hegarty to help them lead a normal life by overcoming their anxiety attacks by using hypnotherapy for anxiety.


Although Anxiety attacks are serious you can overcome them by using hypnosis for anxiety. Even though anxiety attacks are serious and can be mistaken for a heart attack, they are not life threatening even though during a panic attack or anxiety attack you do feel that your life is about to end.

An anxiety attack cannot only be frightening for the person who suffers from panic and anxiety attacks, it can also be frightening for loved ones who watch you go through it, because they may not understand what is happening and because of the symptoms that you are showing they may well fear you are having a heart attack and this is why it is good to educate them of the serious issue that you face.


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People who suffer from panic attacks and anxiety attacks are now being advised to see hypnotherapy experts who can help them overcome the serious issue of an anxiety attack by using hypnosis for anxiety.



Types of Anxiety Attacks


Panic Disorder (Panic Attacks)
Generalised Anxiety Disorder
Atypical Anxiety Disorder
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
Phobic Disorders
Social Phobia
Simple Phobia



Why Do Anxiety Attacks Happen?



Anxiety attacks as mentioned are a serious issue that can be helped by using Hypnosis for Anxiety but why do Anxiety attacks happen and what causes panic attacks and anxiety attacks?

Unfortunately scientist and health experts have been unable to find a specific cause for an anxiety or panic attack but what they have found is like most other emotional symptoms, panic is understood to be the result of a combination of biological vulnerabilities, ways of thinking, and social stressors (biopsychosocial model).


According to one theory of panic disorder, the body’s normal “alarm system,” the set of mental and physical mechanisms that allows a person to respond to a threat, tends to be triggered unnecessarily, when there is no danger. Scientists don’t know exactly why this happens or why some people are more susceptible to the problem than others. Panic disorder has been found to run in families, and this may mean that inheritance (genetics) plays a strong role in determining who will get it. However, many people who have no family history of the disorder develop it.

Psychologically, people who develop panic attacks or an anxiety disorder are more likely to have a history of what is known as anxiety sensitivity. Anxiety sensitivity is the tendency for a person to fear that anxiety-related bodily sensations (like brief chest pain) have dire personal consequences (for example, believing that it automatically means their heart will stop). From a social standpoint, a risk factor for developing panic disorder as an adolescent or adult is a history of being physically or sexually abused as a child. This is even more the case for panic disorder when compared to other anxiety disorders. Often, the first attacks are triggered by physical illnesses, another major life stress, or perhaps medications that increase activity in the part of the brain involved in fear reactions.

As you can see from above, what causes panic attacks and what causes anxiety attacks is still not fully understood and scientists are still trying to uncover the secrets to why anxiety attacks happen.

Scientists and health professionals feel that an anxiety attack is caused by a number of physical and psychological factors which include:

Traumatic life experiences


Many of us go through a traumatic time in our life which could be bereavement, an accident such as a car accident and a panic attack or anxiety attack could be triggered a few days or a few months or even a few years after the event.



Genetic link


Having a close family member with panic disorder may increase your risk of developing the condition. However, the precise nature of the risk is not yet known.




Neurotransmitters are chemicals that occur naturally in the brain. It is thought that if you have an imbalance of these chemicals, it may increase your risk of developing conditions such as panic disorder.


Fight or flight reflex


Some researchers believe that panic disorder is closely associated with your body’s natural ‘fight or flight’ reflex. The fight or flight reflex is your body’s way of protecting you from stressful and dangerous situations.


In dangerous situations, anxiety and fear cause your body to release hormones, such as adrenalin, and your breathing and heart rate are increased. This is your body’s natural way of preparing itself for a dangerous or stressful situation.


In people with panic disorder, researchers believe that the fight or flight reflex may be triggered abnormally. In such cases, the body’s normal fight or flight response to excitement, fear or stress may be exaggerated, resulting in a panic attack.


What we do know about anxiety attacks and panic attacks is they are serious, they are causing thousands of people each year to lead a less than normal lifestyle and having to go through unnecessary pain and suffering but by using hypnotherapy for anxiety and hypnosis for panic attacks, this pain and suffering can be stopped.



Short-term anxiety


As well as long term anxiety there is also what we call short term anxiety which we all get from time to time. This could be when you go for a job interview, driving test or an important exam and you start to get nervous.

Short term anxiety can include:

  • Driving test nerves
  • Exam nerves
  • Job interviews
  • Wedding day nerves
  • Speeches
  • Presentations at work

If you are worried about an event that could be coming up which could be an exam, wedding speech or a driving test then hypnotherapy can help you overcome your anxiety. By using suggestion therapy it can help you be calm and relaxed during your exam, wedding speech or driving test.

Anxiety Therapy Will Help You Overcome Your Anxiety

Hypnotherapy for Anxiety is a proven method for helping people overcome their anxiety problems. By using Claire Hegarty and her Anxiety Therapy technique you will overcome your anxiety and you will become more confident and increase your self esteem.


If you would like to learn more about our Hypnosis for Anxiety then phone me Now. Our Head Office phone number is 0151 678 3358 or you can speak to Claire Hegarty direct on 07714 853 524 where we will be more than happy to spend with you an hour talking about how Anxiety Theapy can help you