Panic attacks and hypnotic therapy


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Are you experiencing panic attacks?

Panic attacks are intense episodes of fear or anxiety, often to be accompanied by physical symptoms such as a rapid heartbeat, shortness of breath, chest pain, dizziness, trembling and a sense of impending doom. These attacks do occur suddenly and without any apparent trigger, causing significant stress.

The exact causes of panic attacks is usually not understood and might appear totally unrealistic to third persons and sometimes even to the person who experiences them. The cause lies in the subconscious.

The subconscious mind plays the biggest role in panic attacks because it is responsible for processing emotions and memories that may be related to past traumatic experiences or unresolved conflicts. Subconscious thoughts and emotions are triggered during a panic attack, leading to a cascade of physical and psychological symptoms.

Hypnotic therapy gives access to the subconscious mind to identify the root cause of the exaggerated reaction and facilitate positive changes in thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. During hypnosis, the individual enters a state of deep relaxation, allowing the therapist to bypass the conscious mind and work directly with the subconscious.

In the context of panic attacks, hypnotic therapy can be beneficial in several ways:

1. Identifying and resolving underlying issues: Hypnosis can help uncover and address subconscious conflicts, unresolved emotions, or traumatic experiences that may be contributing to panic attacks. By accessing the subconscious mind, the therapist can guide the individual to explore and process these underlying issues, leading to resolution and symptom reduction.

2. Replacing negative thought patterns: Panic attacks are often fueled by negative thinking patterns and catastrophic interpretations of physical sensations. Hypnotic therapy can help reframe these thoughts and replace them with more positive and realistic beliefs. Suggestions and imagery used during hypnosis can help individuals develop a more calm and confident mindset, reducing the likelihood and intensity of panic attacks.

3. Relaxation and stress reduction: Hypnosis induces deep relaxation, which can be particularly helpful for individuals prone to anxiety and panic. By teaching relaxation techniques and incorporating them into hypnotic sessions, individuals can learn to manage stress and anxiety more effectively, reducing the frequency and severity of panic attacks.

How fast the hypnotic therapy works is different with each individual. For many people only one sitting of 3hrs is enough, while others might need a 3hrs initial session followed by 3-4 follow up treatments of 1-3hrs.