Anxiety disorders affect millions of people each year. Even in Cheswick Village most people will experience the adverse effects of Fear and Anxiety from time to time. Many suffer alone, trying very hard to live and cope with this problem without trying to find any help. Everybody experiences some anxiety; it is a genuine human experience.
A normal amount of anxiousness can be helpful as it keeps us alert to the danger. It impinges on us physically and on an emotional level. Anxiety produces adrenaline that can really feel a lot like panic and fear. This adrenaline is actually what kept our ancestors one step ahead of their predators and is known as the ‘fight or flight’ response. Thankfully, we don’t face the same threats as our ancestors’ however this adrenaline still has a purpose today. However, in excess it can more often than not work against us, causing us to experience panic and fear when there is absolutely nothing to be concerned about.
Emotions like this can have a severe impact on a person’s life in Cheswick Village and be long lasting. Anxiety like this is often called GAD (generalised anxiety disorder)
Disguising the fear in Cheswick Village, Bristol
Signs and symptoms of GAD range from feelings of worry, fear and dread, sleeping disorders, wooziness, heart palpitations, shaking, depression, nausea and panic and anxiety attacks. A great number of sufferers find it difficult just to survive through the day and battle to stop the feelings of panic and fear. This incapacitating and complex condition is most commonly appears between childhood years and middle age but can impact on a person at any age.
Plenty of people with this condition report they genuinely feel like they’re ‘going mad’. They believe that no one could understand them and genuinely feel uncomfortable and ashamed. They suffer in silence, hiding their disorder from good friends, family and workmates. They hide behind an emotional and behavioural mask having lost all faith in their mind and body
Believing there is not any hope for a better life in Cheswick Village and covering up the anxiety is quite usual for GAD sufferers. Hiding this problem and not handling the problems can actually exacerbate and prolong the anxiety.
Discovering and addressing the root cause of the matter is the most useful way of removing the anxiousness. Diminishing the cause should ultimately diminish the issue. You can get help from a qualified and experienced Hypnotherapist serving Cheswick Village.
Hypnosis is a very successful approach in tackling anxiety and removing the underlying causes. Through hypnotherapy, a person can find different approaches to thinking and feeling about their issues and achieve a greater understanding.
When using a hypnotic approach, positive suggestions are offered to the sub-conscious to reduce the undesirable feelings and beliefs that were in charge. Our sub-conscious mind is a terrifically powerful tool and hypnotherapy processes our minds resources to gain control over our views and feelings.
Changes Welcome Hypnotherapy works with all kinds of people, helping them with all kinds of issues, and operates in Bristol & Gloucestershire, and via Webcam.