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Hypnosis for Panic Attacks

 


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Has this ever been you: You're driving to work. You left at a decent time to avoid the early morning traffic (or so you thought), but you're merging onto the interstate and you notice cars lined up as far as the eyes could see. You enter the right line of traffic and noticed cars are at a complete stand still. No one is moving. This can't be. You have a big presentation to make. You have to get to work on time. Your chest begins to tighten because you have this fear that you're not going to make it or you may even get fired. You can't breathe. It feels as if you are having a heart attack. It feels as if your car is closing in around you. You can't breathe. You're going to suffocate. Your chest hurts. If you can relate, you've suffered from a panic attack; and though, many people will have one or two panic attacks in their lifetimes, but if you are one who has attacks frequently, it could mean you have a disorder. There is hope, though, with hypnosis for panic attacks. Your world won't feel like it's ending anymore.

Panic attacks were once dismissed as just stress induced or nerves that were acting up, but they are now looked at as a real medical condition, and without proper treatment, they can take over your life. Panic attacks can make your heart pound and make you feel you are short of breath or dizzy. You may feel nauseous or flushed. Symptoms closely associated with panic attacks include, but are not limited to: accelerated heart rate, sweating, trembling, shortness of breath, hyperventilation, chills, hot flashes, nausea, cramping, chest pain, headache, dizziness, faintness, trouble swallowing, and a sense of impending death. Panic attacks are very serious, and they begin suddenly, without warning. They may peak after 10 minutes or may last an entire hour.

But there is hope when you seek hypnosis for panic attacks as part of your treatment. Through hypnosis, you can change thinking patterns that trigger your fears and attacks. The power of suggestion will help you change how you react to anxious or fearful situations. You will be able to control your fears.

Panic attacks are hard to manage on your own, and may get worse without proper treatment. By undergoing hypnosis for panic attacks you are taking hold of your life one day, and breath, at a time.

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