Hypnotherapy for Panic Disorder

Hypnotherapy for Panic Disorder – Hypnosis ends Debilitating Panic Attacks – Anxiety Symptoms and Treatment at Orlando Hypnosis Clinic

Hypnosis is an extremely effective tool for treating panic attacks, panic disorder and generalized anxiety disorder.   If the experience of anxiety is chronic, persistent and constant, then, once medical causes are ruled out, it might be diagnosable as a Generalized Anxiety Disorder. If the experience of anxiety is chronic, but episodic, and very intense, it is probably diagnosable as a Panic Disorder.

Whether on their own or be part of another condition, panic attacks are common and can happen without warning.  They often occur for little or no apparent reason. Although these episodes may appear random, research indicates that they are brought on by our own ‘fight or flight’ response, which triggers hormones (particularly adrenaline) to flood our body in preparation to defend itself from a perceived threat.

Our ‘fight or flight’ response is healthy and necessary in the appropriate situations.  However, when our body is prepared to defend itself from circumstances that are clearly NOT a threat, a variety of annoying and crippling symptoms can occur.  These symptoms exhibit the strong relationship between our emotional responses and our physical sensations and commonly include:

  • Chest pains
  • Nausea
  • Breathlessness
  • Pounding heartbeat
  • Fear of dying
  • Sweating
  • Dizziness
  • Trembling or shaking
  • Choking sensations
  • Numbness
  • Headache
  • Exhaustion
  • Terror

Using hypnotherapy for panic attacks can help you to be aware of what is triggering your panic attacks as this can often be something of which you are not even aware. Hypnosis can teach you how to control the level of stress that you feel and to help you to stop the panic attack from growing in intensity because you are able to control your reaction to it.  Hypnotherapy can help to alleviate anxiety by direct suggestion and by behavioral training. It can be used to:

  • Desensitize the sufferer from certain stressors
  • Help take back control by recognizing and regulating previously inappropriate responses
  • Teach new ways to relax
  • Break habitual behaviors
  • Remove anxiety triggers
  • Dissociate the sufferer from anxiety causing problems.

Fears, generalized anxiety, panic and phobias can be controlled using Clinical Hypnosis, Cognitive-Behavior Therapy and Relaxation Therapy. We use hypnosis, cognitive-behavioral and relaxation therapies for an effective and continual alternative by imprinting coping skills into your subconscious mind.  Through the use of hypnosis, you can literally learn to “un-install” anxious thoughts and in their place, “install” positive, realistic coping thoughts into your subconscious and conscious minds.

When dealing with a combination of physical sensations and emotional responses hypnosis really shines.  It has the ability to treat both the physical manifestations resulting from the panic, as well as the emotional reactions. And once again, it is safe, 100% natural and effective.