As long as it stays within our’safe levels,’ a certain amount of anxiety can be dealt with naturally. However, if it becomes too much for your ‘stress bucket’, it can negatively impact your quality of life and even begin to control what you can and cannot do, affecting those around you.
Hypnotherapy for anxiety reduces your anxiety levels right now while also helping you understand why it’s happening and how to prevent it from happening again.
Excessive or prolonged stress can result in illness, physical and emotional exhaustion, anxiety, and panic attacks. When you’re under a lot of stress at home, at work, or in social situations, you’ll probably react with anxiety or anger or depression, or a combination of all three.
Anxiety and anxiety disorders are often described as “extreme worrying,” and can manifest as OCD (Obsessive Compulsive Disorder) or physical illnesses like IBS, as well as other mental and emotional issues.
Many clients describe their anxiety as a constant fear or dread, feeling panicked in the morning but not knowing why, nausea in the pit of their stomach, or sudden fear that overwhelms them for no apparent reason.
Anxiety manifests itself in a variety of ways, but if it has taken over your life or you are making decisions based on avoiding situations that you know will trigger anxiety and not doing things you want to do, it is time to seek help.
Many people find a huge relief from anxiety through hypnotherapy, which teaches you how to cope calmly and effectively in a variety of situations; it is probably the most common reason why people come to see us. Our Solution Focused approach based on brain science at Mulberry Hypnotherapy helps you understand what is causing the anxiety in the first place or why it is happening.
Hypnotherapy will help you manage your anxiety and give you the ability to approach all situations with more calm and confidence. The use of our relaxation audio, which recreates the calm state experienced during the hypnotherapy session, aids its success.
Each year, approximately 12 million adults visit their GPs with mental health issues. The majority of whom suffer from anxiety and depression, much of which is caused by stress.
A free initial consultation does not obligate you to continue with sessions, but it will assist you in better understanding your anxiety and how hypnotherapy can help.