Overcome Anxiety & Panic Attacks
Hypnotherapy for Anxiety Stress & Panic Attacks
Effective anxiety treatment and stress management with Cognitive Hypnotherapy in Cambridge & Huntingdon!
Are you stuck in a constant loop of negative, anxious thoughts?
Is your body telling you that something is wrong all the time?
Are you scared that you will always feel this way?
Would you like to experience your natural states of calm and joy again?
Hypnotherapy for anxiety could help you break out of this cycle of anxiety and panic attacks so that you can experience positive feelings as normal way of life. I am fully qualified and accredited Cognitive Hypnotherapist & Therapeutic Coach. I’ve been working as a therapist in Cambridgeshire for over ten years. During this time I have worked with hundreds of people struggling with anxiety, stress and panic attacks.
I specialise in working with anxiety and panic attacks and offer an effective anxiety treatment* that can help re-balance your system and find a way through your particular concerns so you can feel relaxed and in control.
I am available at two clinics in Trumpington, Cambridge and Brampton, Huntingdon, both of which offer a relaxing, safe place where we can work together. Alternatively, we can work online if that is more convenient for you. Contact me on 07703 211449 to discuss or book a telephone consultation by clicking the button below.
What are the effects of anxiety?
Anxiety, stress and panic attacks can make you feel very ill and unable to cope with your daily life. We all need a certain amount of stress to enable us to function. Sometimes in life though the scales start to tip too much the wrong way. This causes us to begin to feel overwhelmed and sets off what is known commonly as the flight/fight mechanism in the body.
However, too much anxiety often causes us to freeze as well so that we can end up feeling stuck! We can often find it difficult to make decisions about the best way forward. This is because it is hard to make the right decisions from a place of fear. Fear shuts off the rational, thinking part of the brain when our survival mechanism takes over. Fear based decisions often keep you stuck in a problem pattern exacerbating the anxiety feelings. We can work together so you move out of this fear-based loop and focus on what you want.
Anxiety and stress can creep up on you without you realising until you find that you are beginning to suffer from a number of physical effects. This happened to me many years ago when I went to live abroad. I was unprepared for how my mind and body would react to such a big change. There are, however, many reasons why someone may become anxious and as we are all individuals with our own experiences and perceptions we react in different ways to problems.
Symptoms of Anxiety
Anxiety symptoms can include headaches, insomnia, lack of concentration, muscle tension, difficulty making decisions and general fatigue. Even then, you may not realise you are suffering from stress and anxiety! Often it gets to the point where you start to experience things such as panic attacks, irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), excessive perspiration and an overwhelming and pervading sense of fear.
An effective treatment for anxiety Cambridge Huntingdon
Cognitive Hypnotherapy for anxiety in Cambridge and Huntingdon can be a highly effective anxiety treatment to reduce your anxiety and stress levels.* Of course we will need to look at the underlying issues that are affecting you. I have been working with people suffering from anxiety, stress and panic attacks over the last ten years and have a particular interest in this area.
You could also be pleasantly surprised at just how relaxing hypnosis is and the calming effects it can have. I will also teach you a number of relaxation techniques that you can use to help you take back control.
Don’t let anxiety and stress take over your life – take action and call me now on 07703 211449 to help get your life back on track. Appointments available in Cambridge or Huntingdon or online therapy is available if you prefer.
*Disclaimer: Results may vary from person to person.