Panic Disorder can be quite common and when they are first experienced tend be very distressing as some of the symptoms include chest pains and shortness of breath. There are several reasons why it could occur. Following studies it is now known that stress is one of the greatest reasons for panic and anxiety attacks, including being in situations that cause stress and panic. Regrettably, people can undergo panic disorder suddenly and for no apparent reason. It is thought that a panic attack is brought on by the body’s own fight or flight response, where adrenaline is brought on, preparing the body to defend itself in a dangerous situation.
Panic attacks cause avoidance habits which can limit the person’s life. It can cause worry and anxiety attacks, as you don’t know where or when an anxiety attack could happen. The chance of an anxiety attack happening again can stop people venturing out or entering into any situation where they think it might be triggered. A loss of confidence and self esteem is common for people with anxiety attacks, which in itself can lead to further anxiety attacks. An anxiety attack itself can be extremely frightening to anyone experiencing it and upsetting for other people around them as well. 1 in 10 of us will go through panic and anxiety attacks in our lifetime. For somebody living with anxiety attacks, however, they can have attacks on a regular basis, causing huge problems in everyday life.
In quite a few cases, a clinician can prescribe drugs to combat anxious feelings and stress, but without the right form of treatment it is unlikely that conventional medication can completely eliminate the underlying problems associated with panic disorder. Therapies, such as hypnosis for panic attacks and anxiety, may help the subconscious mind to make behavioural changes that reduce the effect of panic attacks or, in some cases, eliminate them completely.
Meirion Ellis, is an experienced hypnotherapist, working in Oswestry, Wrexham and Chester has many years of experience helping clients with panic disorders. A hypnotic strategy trains the client to respond more appropriately to scenarios that in the past may have caused anxiety and panic. It will help to build self-confidence for their future efforts.
Hypnosis for panic disorder is a very effective option to conventional medical treatment. Hypnotherapy is even more effective when combined with CBT which helps the mind to think logically, clearly and calmly, alleviating feelings of fear and panic. Out of the shadow of continuous worry and fear, people can gain the confidence to enjoy fulfilling lives without constraints. The subconscious is amazingly powerful and modifications made at this level are typically long lasting.
Hypnotherapy is a very successful treatment that supports clients in making alterations to detrimental habitual behaviours. Problematic behaviour, in addition to psychological and physiological issues, can be effectively treated with hypnotherapy, such as Irritable bowel syndrome, stress and panic, depression, psoriasis and high blood pressure. Professional hypnotherapists can also assist with weight management and cigarettes efficiently.