Hypnotherapy To Overcome Fears & Phobias
For many people, fear is a normal and even healthy emotion. It helps to keep us safe by providing a “warning sign” that danger may be present. However, when fear becomes excessive and starts to interfere with our daily lives, it can become a problem. If you find yourself avoiding certain activities or places because of your fear, or if your fear is starting to impact your work or personal relationships, it may be time to seek help. Hypnosis is one option that can be very effective for addressing fear. During hypnosis, you will enter into a state of deep relaxation. This allows your mind to be more open to suggestion, which can help you to overcome your fears. In addition, hypnosis can help you to change the way you think about your fear and learn new coping mechanisms for dealing with it. If you are struggling with fear (including fear of flying, fear of needles or fear of heights) hypnosis may be worth considering as an option. Additionally, NLP (Neuro Linguistic Programming), timeline therapy and timeline reset can also be effective therapy options.
Hypnosis Can Help You Deal With Fear
Hypnosis is a state of inner absorption, focus, and concentration. It is like daydreaming or being absorbed in a book or movie. In hypnosis, a person is usually more open to suggestion than at other times. Hypnosis can be used for various purposes, including pain relief, relaxation, increasing confidence and self-esteem, and overcoming fears and phobias. Fear is a normal emotion that helps protect us from danger. When we feel fear, our bodies prepare to respond to perceived threats. This response is known as the “fight-or-flight” response. The fight-or-flight response is a natural, instinctive response that occurs when we perceive a threat. The body’s nervous system responds by releasing hormones that prepare the body for action. This can cause physical reactions, such as an increase in heart rate and blood pressure, sweating, and trembling. While the fight-or-flight response is beneficial in dangerous situations, it can also be triggered in response to non-threatening situations. For some people, the fight-or-flight response may be constantly activated in response to triggers that are not truly threatening. This can lead to feelings of fear and anxiety that interfere with daily life.
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If you would like to learn more about how we can help you overcome any fears or phobias, our qualified Hypnotherapist, Nikki Taylor, is available to help. Contact us anytime to arrange an appointment and make the first step towards living a full life without the burden of fear and phobia.