hypnosis for anxiety relief

HYPNOSIS FOR ANXIETY RELIEF

About the author: Fanis Makrigiannis of Mind Spirit Body Hypnosis is certified and accredited by The American Board of Hypnotherapy, The National Guild of Hypnotists, and The American Board of Neuro-linguistic Programming.

 

Hypnosis for the relief of anxiety.

 

Anxiety is an unexplained feeling of worrisome and unease, usually unfocused and generalized as a disproportionate reaction to an instance that they see as threatening. It is most of the time accompanied by restlessness, muscular tension, fatigue, inability to breathe properly, tightness in the patient’s abdominal region, issues in concentration, and nausea.

It is mostly associated with fear, which is an answer to a perceived or real immediate threat. Those who are experiencing anxiety may step back from situations in which their anxiety was provoked previously.

Although anxiety is a normal human response, if it is persisting or excessive and beyond what is appropriate and fair, it may be considered as what they call an “anxiety disorder”. There are different forms of this disorder, such as obsessive-compulsive disorder and generalized anxiety disorder, with specific definitions.

Anxiety can affect not just the person who is experiencing it, but also the people around them.

Hypnosis To Treat Anxiety.

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Hypnosis is a treatment technique that has been used by practitioners for centuries already. It is known to be effective in dealing with depression, fear and anxiety.

This method involves a trained practitioner or therapist that uses therapeutic phrases (suggestions), techniques or words to help a patient enter into their altered state of mind or consciousness. This method involves self-talk, visualization, or guided relaxation.

Hypnosis can help anxiety patients as it puts them in a calm and relaxed state.

Some studies also claim that hypnosis offers an immediate, prolonged and significant impact on people with cancer, who are also experiencing anxiety. It was said to be highly helpful to people with anxiety that are caused by different procedures such as chemotherapy.

This method is more effective if combined with additional psychological modalities such as Neuro-linguistic Programming (NLP).

Benefits Of Hypnosis To Treat Anxiety

Hypnosis to treat anxiety comes with many benefits, provided that you are consulting a Hypnotherapist that is highly trained and knowledgeable to use this treatment technique.

To name some of the benefits you can get if you choose this treatment, read the following:

– It comes with no side-effects

Hypnosis has no side effects, as it requires medication, surgery or operation. It does not need healing time, as right after the session, you can go back to your usual activities. This is a perfect option for those who do not like to take any medicines, who are afraid of going under the needle, and not confident with the effect of anesthesia and other chemicals coming inside their body.

– It treats other mental health issues, not only anxiety.

Through this treatment, anxiety is not only the condition that may be treated but also depression, fear and other psychological problems.

– Hypnosis has been used for centuries.

Hypnosis for anxiety relief has been used centuries back, with this, you are assured of its effectiveness. Many studies have proven hypnosis’s effectiveness to treat mental health issues. The effectiveness of this treatment has been proven both by studies and time.

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