Do you experience anxiety in your life?
Anxiety can appear in many different forms and at different levels of intensity. When you experience anxiety, you often cannot pinpoint out what is it that you are anxious about. The focus of anxiety is more internal than external. It may be a response to more distant, vague, or even unrecognized danger. Anxiety is an inevitable part of life in our contemporary society. It is important to realize that there are many situations that come up in our everyday life in which it is appropriate and reasonable to react with some level of anxiety. You need to attend to your anxiety when it interferes with your daily life, preventing you from living the life that you wish to live.
Anxiety affects your whole being. It is a physiological, behavioral, and psychological reaction all at once. As a product of the body’s fight-or-flight response, anxiety involves a wide range of physical symptoms.
Symptoms may include
- Pounding heart
- Stomach upset or dizziness
- Frequent urination or diarrhea
- Shortness of breath
- Tremors and twitches
- Muscle tension
On a behavioural level
On a behavioural level, it can impact your ability to act, express yourself, or deal with certain daily situations.
- you may be constantly tense, worried, or on edge
- your anxiety may interfere with your work, school, or family responsibilities
- you may be plagued by fears that you know are irrational, but cannot shake
- you may believe that something bad will happen if certain things are not done a certain way
- you may avoid everyday situations or activities because they make you anxious
- you may experience sudden, unexpected attacks of heart-pounding panic
On psychological level
On psychological level, anxiety is a subjective state of apprehension and uneasiness. In extreme form, it can cause you to feel detached from yourself and even fearful of dying or going crazy.
- Feelings of apprehension or dread
- Trouble concentrating
- Feeling tense and jumpy
- Anticipating the worst
- Watching for signs of danger
- Feeling like your mind’s gone blank
Here is how hypnosis can help with anxiety in your life?
Hypnosis has been proven effective in the management of acute or chronic stress. Its efficacy is supported in many research papers. Hypnosis can teach you how to manage your stress, lessening its impact on your body.
When anxiety remains unattended and untreated it may progress into panic attacks. I appreciate your commitment to yourself in taking a step toward taking control back into your life. At 3rdeyehypnosis For Life, you and I will develop a care plan that is catered towards your needs. You will learn breathing techniques, relaxation techniques; moreover, we will explore your nutritional habits. You will learn to replace your negative self-talk with positive self-talk. Furthermore, through the power of hypnosis, you will learn to replace negative core believes that is no longer serving you with positive new beliefs. In addition, you will be thought the language of assertiveness, which will contribute to building your self-esteem. This client-centered approach will contribute to making your life more balanced lessening the interference caused by your anxiety.