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Panic Attacks

Experiencing recurrent panic attacks and fear of having them are signs that you may have panic disorder. Panic disorder is an anxiety disorder. People with panic disorder may experience frequent panic attacks or have only a few but live with the fear of these happening. However, not everyone who experiences panic attacks has panic disorder.

Emotional and environmental stressors can trigger panic attacks. However, it is not always possible to identify an evident cause. Panic attacks and anxiety attacks are not the same, even though anxiety is a major ingredient of panic disorder. Anxiety “attacks” can manifest as an intense worry or uncomfortable bodily sensation that builds up. A high level of anxiety can trigger a panic attack. However, an anxiety attack is not a recognised clinical term used by professionals, and there are no set criteria for an anxiety attack. In contrast, panic attacks have specific sets of criteria to be identified as such. Further panic attacks usually last between 5 minutes and an hour, whereas high anxiety levels can last much longer.

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Hypnotherapy and Panic Attacks

Hypnotherapy for anxiety panic attack works by effectively re-setting  anxiety level to ‘healthy’. It clears  the negative and unhealthy beliefs system that drive anxiety state and perception and instils calm and relaxation.

Using a variety of therapeutic techniques with the integration of hypnotherapy and psychotherapy renders it a highly successful way to identify and understand panic attack responses patterns and behavioural traits that might be causing and maintaining the client's anxious thought process. Cognitive Hypnotherapy  identify negative thinking patterns and providing them with important management tools and skills. Through anxiety hypnotherapy, we can help you manage unhelpful patterns and stressful situations more calmly. We work with an integrative approach to change automatic responses from panic triggers, to think, feel and behave differently so that you remain relaxed in situations that would typically trigger anxiety attacks.

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