Panic Attacks, Panic disorder, & Anxiety Attack Treatment
- Heart palpitations or an increased heart rate
- Discomfort or pain in the chest
- Shakiness or trembling
- Feeling short of breath
- Nausea or sensations of abdominal distress
- Feeling feint, lightheaded, or dizzy
- Fear of things being 'out of control'
- Fear of death
- Sensation of numbness or tingling in the body
- Heat sensations
What's the difference between an anxiety attack and a Panic attack?
Why you shouldn't diagnose yourself
Why hypnotherapy can be effective for panic attacks
Additionally, hypnotherapy can help you explore and resolve the underlying causes of your panic attacks and anxiety attacks. Often, these conditions are caused by negative thought patterns or beliefs that are deeply ingrained in your subconscious mind. Through hypnotherapy, you can identify and confront these negative beliefs and work to replace them with more positive, empowering thoughts. This process can help alleviate your anxiety symptoms and reduce the frequency and intensity of your panic attacks.
Furthermore, hypnotherapy can help you learn new coping skills to manage your anxiety and prevent panic attacks. You will be taught techniques such as self-hypnosis, relaxation exercises, and mindfulness techniques that you can use outside of therapy sessions to reduce feelings of anxiety and take control of your anxiety symptoms.
Overall, hypnotherapy can provide you with the tools and support you need to overcome your anxiety and live a more peaceful, fulfilling life.