Anxiety is a common condition, affecting about 284 million people worldwide and between 4 and 7 percent of people in Hong Kong. One of the most common mental health problems in the world, anxiety often goes undiagnosed and untreated. If you suffer from anxiety, you are not alone, and you do have options. Hypnotherapy for anxiety offers the promise of relief from your worst fears and worries. With hypnotherapy for anxiety disorder, you can release your anxieties and develop healthier ways to cope.
Have you ever stood in front of a crowd of people, prepared to give a speech, and felt unable to speak? Your blood felt cold, and your stomach fluttered. Your legs might have felt jiggly, and you may have gotten sweaty or shaky. These are the physical symptoms of anxiety, and they can be overwhelming. The emotional symptoms of anxiety can also be severe. Anxiety can undermine your best efforts and your success. It overtakes the little voice inside your head, but instead of pushing you to do your best, it holds you back and prevents you from putting your best foot forward. With a hypnosis treatment for anxiety, you can empower yourself to take control and overcome your anxiety.
Anxiety is not a conscious choice. For many people, anxiety is a learned response that occurs as a result of negative experiences that are reinforced over time, often through self-fulfilling prophecies. These patterns become deeply ingrained in your mind, and now, when you think of public speaking, you cannot help but remember all the minor mishaps and little embarrassments that happened in the past. You might not even remember specific negative experiences but simply feel the fear.
With hypnosis for anxiety, you can take back the reins of your life and regain control. You can use hypnotherapy for anxiety to explore previous negative experiences without fear or negative emotions and untangle those negative associations. You can address the root cause of your anxiety, learn to identify automatic thoughts, and develop a healthy, objective approach to calming your nerves.
Much of your mental processes are performed in the subconscious part of your mind, which acts much like a computer’s operating system. The conscious part of your mind can be engaged in conscious, critical thinking while the subconscious part of the mind guides your actions and behaviors through emotions and automatic thoughts. For this reason, you step into an elevator knowing logically you are not in danger, but your stomach can still churn with fear. This is your subconscious mind working to protect you from what it perceives as danger.
Hypnosis makes it possible for you to update your subconscious mind with more accurate, helpful information much like you would update the information in your computer’s operating system. With hypnosis, you can remove the unhelpful or outdated data and replace it with useful suggestions that can promote health and wellbeing.
Hypnosis is a deeply relaxing, highly focused experience, and as you are relaxed, the subconscious mind becomes more accessible. Our hypnotherapist uses specific suggestions that you can incorporate into your subconscious to transform the way you approach your anxiety. You can use a hypnosis treatment for anxiety to explore and examine the scenarios or objects that cause you fear, anxiety, or panic. You can release any pain or trauma that you may be holding and reframe past experiences. You can develop coping mechanisms to get you through situations or events that can trigger anxiety, and you can even use a hypnosis treatment for anxiety to nurture a healthy sense of confidence and self-esteem.
A powerful and versatile tool, hypnosis for anxiety can promote relaxation, and research shows that it offers powerful drug-free relief from stress and anxiety.
During hypnotherapy for anxiety, you can calm your mind, relax your body, and focus on developing healthy new coping mechanisms that enable you to empower yourself and overcome your anxiety. If you are ready to retake control of your mind and life, then you are ready to try hypnotherapy for anxiety disorder. Visit Renewed Edge today to learn more about your options or schedule a consultation with our hypnotherapist.