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Panic Attacks



Panic Attacks

Everyone experiences feelings of anxiety and panic during their lifetime. It is a perfectly natural response, particularly when you are in a dangerous or stressful situation.

However, for people with panic disorder, feelings of anxiety, stress and panic can occur at any time, usually for no obvious reason.

What is a panic attack?

A panic attack is when your body experiences a sudden rush of intense psychological (mental) and physical symptoms.

What are the symptoms?

You may feel an overwhelming sense of fear, apprehension, and anxiety. As well as these feelings, you may also experience physical symptoms, such as nausea, sweating, dry mouth, dizziness, ringing in your ears, trembling, and a sensation that your heart is beating irregularly (palpitations).

A panic attack can be very frightening and intense, but it is not dangerous. It will not cause you any physical harm.

At least 1 in 10 people experience occasional panic attacks, which are usually triggered by a stressful event, or situation. However, some people have attacks on a regular and recurring basis, usually for no apparent reason. Some people may have one or two attacks each month, while others may have several attacks a week.

People who have panic attacks can often feel constantly anxious and concerned about when their next attack will be.

How we can help you

Panic Attacks

Hypnotherapy and EFT work rapidly on your unconscious mind to amplify your will power to feel calm and relaxed. It can alleviate anxiety by direct suggestion and by behavioural training both in trance and using self hypnosis can alleviate anxiety and help break mind loops of anxiety and panic.

Hypnotherapy and EFT give you back control of how you feel, behave, perceive and react to your environment.

Hypnotherapy, self hypnosis techniques, EFT and NLP techniques can effectively treat anxiety issues. Results are often seen in 2-4 sessions.