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Everything  you need to know about HYPNOSIS FOR ANXIETY:

On this page, you will learn everything  you need to know about HYPNOTHERAPY FOR ANXIETY ISSUES including: –


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Why use Integrated Therapy & Hypnosis for Anxiety?

First, let me put your mind at rest – if you are suffering from anxiety or panic attacks you are not alone. It is estimated that one in four people in the UK are suffering from some form of anxiety and it is probably the most common problem presented at a general hypnotherapy practice. I think it’s important to know this because it can feel like a very lonely and frightening experience. However, the good news is you have come to exactly the right place because Integrated Therapy & Hypnotherapy for Anxiety is one of the best treatments to help with anxiety and panic disorders and is a key focus for the Wisdom Room.

What is Anxiety? How would you Define Anxiety?

Anxiety is a natural response to stress or perceived threats. It’s a feeling of fear, worry, or unease, often about events with uncertain outcomes. While mild anxiety can be normal and even helpful in certain situations, severe or persistent anxiety that interferes with daily life may be a sign of an anxiety disorder.

Clients often describe a fear of ‘losing control’, ‘climbing the walls’, or the dread that something bad is going to happen (such as a blackout, seizure, heart attack, or even death). All of these symptoms can feel extremely frightening but it’s important to bring ourselves back to the present moment and remind ourselves that right here, right now – we are safe. If any of these things resonate then Hypnotherapy for Anxiety might be the answer you have been looking for…

What are the Symptoms of Anxiety?

As you are probably aware if you have suffered from any kind of anxiety – some of the most common physical symptoms can include a speeding heart rate, shortness of breath, dry mouth, sweaty palms, a tight chest, headaches or a bad stomach while the psychological symptoms can include feeling tense, agitated, irritable or even paranoid.

What Happens to our Body when we are Anxious? 

When we are anxious, the physical symptoms are partly caused by the brain which sends lots of messages down nerves to make the heart, lungs and other parts of the body ‘work faster’. In addition, you release stress hormones (such as adrenaline) into the bloodstream which affect the body. All of these changes form part of the classic ‘fight or flight’ syndrome. This is a natural and automatic response we have built in all of us since cavemen as a protection mechanism. While useful when faced with real danger, (like a hungry tiger) this response can be problematic if it’s stimulated by events or situations which don’t hold any real danger or where the threat has been created internally and is not ‘externally real’.

Can Hypnotherapy help with Anxiety?

YES! Integrative Therapy and Hypnotherapy  can help you feel less anxious by addressing the root causes of your anxiety and teaching you relaxation techniques.

Hypnotherapy for Anxiety can help in the following ways:

1. Identify Triggers: Explore the specific situations or thoughts that trigger your anxiety. Understanding these triggers is the first step in managing anxiety.

2. Relaxation: Hypnotherapy for Anxiety often involves inducing a state of deep relaxation. This can help reduce overall stress and anxiety levels.

3. Reframe Negative Thoughts: Jane may work with you to change negative thought patterns and replace them with more positive and constructive ones, which can alleviate anxiety.

4. Visualization: Hypnotherapy for Anxiety can help you visualize yourself in calm and confident situations, promoting a sense of control and reducing anxiety.

5. Desensitization: For phobias or specific anxieties, Hypnotherapy for Anxiety can assist in gradually exposing you to the feared object or situation in a controlled and less anxiety-provoking manner.

6. Coping Strategies: You can learn effective coping strategies, such as visualization, relaxation techniques or self-hypnosis, to manage stress in daily life.

7. Behavioral Changes: Hypnotherapy for Anxiety can assist in changing behaviors contributing to stress, like smoking or overeating.

8. Increased Resilience: Hypnotherapy may boost your emotional resilience, helping you handle stressors more effectively.

9. Improved Sleep: Some people use hypnotherapy to improve the quality of their sleep, as it can help with relaxation and reducing insomnia.

10. Enhanced Mindfulness: Hypnosis can promote mindfulness and mental clarity, which can lead to a more relaxed state.

11. Muscle Relaxation:  Hypnotherapy for Anxiety can guide you to relax your muscles, which can physically release tension and contribute to an overall sense of relaxation.

12: Improved Breath Work: Hypnotherapy may include techniques to help regulate your breathing, slow your heart rate, and instill a sense of calm.

Hypnotherapy for Anxiety is often used as part of a broader integrative treatment plan that may include other therapeutic techniques. Every appointment at the Wisdom Room is tailored to the individual’s specific needs.


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Anxiety and the Subconscious Mind

Our unconscious mind plays a significant role in shaping and perpetuating anxiety. Here’s how:

1. Stored Memories and Trauma: Unconscious memories of past traumatic events or negative experiences can influence our anxiety levels. These memories may trigger anxiety responses when similar situations arise, even if we’re not consciously aware of the connection.

2. Automatic Thoughts and Beliefs: Many of our beliefs and thought patterns that contribute to anxiety are rooted in the unconscious mind. These automatic thoughts can be self-critical, catastrophizing, or overly negative, fueling feelings of anxiety and worry.

3. Defense Mechanisms: The unconscious mind employs defense mechanisms, such as repression or denial, to cope with anxiety-provoking thoughts or emotions. However, these mechanisms can sometimes backfire, leading to increased anxiety or other psychological symptoms.

4. Conditioned Responses: Unconscious associations between certain stimuli and anxiety responses can develop over time. For example, if someone experienced a panic attack in a specific place, their unconscious mind may associate that location with fear, triggering anxiety upon returning.

5. Unconscious Conflicts: Conflicts between conscious desires and unconscious impulses can create inner tension and anxiety. For instance, if someone has unconscious fears of failure or rejection, they may experience anxiety when faced with situations that challenge their self-esteem or competence.

Understanding and addressing the role of the unconscious mind in anxiety can be crucial for effective treatment and management. Therapeutic approaches such as psychoanalysis, cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), and hypnotherapy aim to uncover and address unconscious factors contributing to anxiety, facilitating lasting change and relief.

Why Hypnotherapy for Anxiety might work for you.

However anxiety or panic manifests for you individually, I think everyone would agree it makes for an incredibly unpleasant experience so you have done absolutely the right thing looking for ways to alleviate this problem. Why suffer in silence when there is treatment available like In-person and Online Hypnotherapy for Anxiety that can really help you feel better?

The Wisdom Room takes an integrative therapeutic approach using a combination of  Clinical HypnotherapyTalking Therapy, Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP), Transformational Coaching,  Guided Meditation & Mindfulness, and the principles of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) to simultaneously retrain both the conscious and unconscious parts of your mind. As a result, you should be left feeling physically more relaxed, mentally calmer, and altogether more confident and positive about whatever is happening in your life.

The Benefits of Online Hypnosis for Anxiety

Jane works both online and with clients in person across a broad spectrum of issues across the globe! So, it doesn’t matter where in the world you are based. Can Online Hypnotherapy for Anxiety work? Yes. Read on to find out how…

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Perhaps in the past, the thought of visiting a therapist might have seemed like a daunting prospect or something that other people do?  Especially if you suffer from high anxiety or agoraphobia. Or maybe you have transport or mobility issues or family commitments that restrict your movements, or you're not based in the UK?

Or perhaps, like so many of us, you are just super busy and would prefer to take advantage of an online therapy service!

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Jane has this wonderful gift of pinpointing crucial aspects in your life, things that I had not even considered. I have taken giant steps to lead my life in the direction I would like it to go. Inwardly the fear/anxiety has diminished. 


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