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Shedding the Weight of Anxiety With Hypnotherapy

Do you envision a world where you hold the key to unlocking the hidden potential within your mind? A realm where the barriers of anxiety, stress and self-doubt melt away, allowing you to step into a brighter and far more confident version of yourself. 

What if we were to tell you it is possible to transform this world into a reality? Yes, you heard that right! 

In today’s fast-paced world, anxiety has become a familiar feeling for many. The weight of constant worry, stress and unease can take a toll on your well-being, hindering your ability to enjoy life to its fullest. So, how can hypnotherapy help anxiety? 

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and closely blending these efforts with neuro-linguistic programming and coaching techniques, you can correct your misguided and unconscious beliefs that have been sabotaging your potential. 

In the transformative realm of hypnotherapy, you can access your subconscious mind and unleash a wave of positive change. From soothing anxious thoughts to rewiring deep-rooted beliefs, hypnotherapy can offer a multitude of benefits that can revolutionise your life. 

In this blog, we will dive deeper into this captivating journey and discover the extraordinary advantages of hypnotherapy for anxiety. 

1. Identifying and Understanding the Root Cause


With the help of hypnotherapy, you can delve deeper into your subconscious mind and explore the underlying causes of your anxiety. In this process, you can uncover deeply ingrained patterns, disturbing and recurring past traumas and negative beliefs that can contribute tremendously to anxiety. 

By identifying these root causes, you are more likely to gain a deeper understanding of your triggers and their possible origins, thereby laying the groundwork for effective healing and transformation. 

With the assistance of a highly qualified hypnotherapist, you can explore unique solutions to your anxious thoughts and pave the way for a transformative healing journey. 

2. Creating and Nourishing New Perspectives


Suggestion and visualisation techniques are critical to hypnotherapy as they help individuals reframe their thoughts and perceptions surrounding anxiety.

More often than not, negative thought patterns are the leading cause of self-destructive behaviours and tend to trigger anxious thoughts in your mind. 

Over time, these can be replaced with positive and empowering beliefs by cultivating new perspectives. Not only will this help in developing a sense of calm and confidence, but also diminish the hold that anxiety may currently have on your life.

3. Reducing Stress by Building Relaxation Techniques



Hypnotherapy induces you into a state of deep relaxation, thereby allowing you to release tension and stress. By entering into such a profound state of calmness, this practice provides relief from anxious thoughts and typical physical symptoms associated with anxiety. 

The relaxation achieved through hypnotherapy can help you manage stress more effectively whilst reducing the overall impact of anxiety on your mental and physical well-being. 

By including these relaxation techniques in your daily routine, you are more likely to gain stronger emotional and physical control over yourself, thereby having better control of your subconscious mind. 

4. Implementing Coping Mechanisms

Hypnotherapy equips you with effective coping strategies that can significantly help reduce anxiety in your daily life. Effective techniques such as self-hypnosis, breathing exercises and visualisation can be learned and practised. 

Not only will these tools empower you to regain control during anxiety-provoking situations, but also enable you to respond more positively and constructively, thereby helping you combat such situations effectively. 

Consulting a qualified hypnotherapist can help you develop new perspectives towards distressing and unbearing situations. Building such perspectives can help you regain control, reduce your inner critic’s voice and embrace being ‘enough’.

5. Increase in Self-Awareness and Confidence

Hypnotherapy promotes heightened self-awareness while enabling you to recognise your triggers, patterns and emotional responses related to your anxious feelings. 

This awareness serves as a foundation for implementing healthier coping mechanisms, thereby making positive changes in your thought patterns and behaviours.

By understanding yourself on a deeper level, you can gain the capacity to navigate anxiety with greater self-compassion and insight. In addition to this, hypnotherapy contributes towards higher levels of confidence and self-esteem. 

Focusing on your personal strengths and positive attributes, you can identify opportunities for growth thereby breaking free from the grip of anxiety. Moreover, hypnotherapy empowers you to embrace a more positive outlook on life while fostering resilience and belief in your own abilities to manage and overcome anxiety.




















Telling someone who is feeling anxious, stressed or experiencing a full-blown panic attack to “just calm down” may seem both calming and helpful. Chances are, however, the exact opposite of that well-meaning-yet-oh-so-unhelpful pearl of wisdom will occur.

Regardless of age, gender, faith, profession or nationality

You can protect yourself by learning how to be mindful. Stress is a physical response to events that make you feel threatened or upset your balance when you sense danger whether it’s real or imagined – the body's defences kick into high gear in a rapid, automatic process known as the “fight or flight” reaction, or the stress response.

Symptoms of stress

Stress can affect how you feel and how your body works. We all have pressures in life; the key question is how you cope with those pressures. Here are some symptoms that may indicate that stress is becoming a problem:

  • trouble getting to sleep or staying asleep

  • digestive problems

  • loss of appetite

  • adrenalin rushes, indicating that the "fight or flight" hormone is being activated more than normal

  • difficulty concentrating

  • worrying about decisions or unwillingness to plan for the future

  • headaches

  • aching muscles

  • drinking more alcohol than usual

It's important to recognize when the signs and symptoms of stress and take steps to reduce its harmful situation or other stressful challenges that might be affecting your life. Stress affects the mind, body, behaviour





in many ways, and everyone experiences stress differently causing damage to your health, mood, productivity, relationships, and quality of life.


​The good news is that through Stress Hypnotherapy, NLP and coaching, we can help you manage stressful situations in a more positive, confident and calm manner. We work with the ‘unconscious’ part of your mind to change automatic responses to stressful triggers, so you can think, feel and behave differently in these situations.

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