Panic attacks

26th June 2019
PTSD Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and Military Hypnosis

PTSD Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and Military Help

PTSD is a common issue for people in the military or ex-military. While counselling and CBT can be very helpful the process of hypnotherapy can be a much faster and a more efficient method. Hypnosis has been in use for far longer than any psychological science.  Our bodies are very intelligent and they can repair themselves naturally. Being in the state of hypnosis is a most natural state to be in and change can happen very quickly. Post traumatic trauma means having so much tension inside the body […]
6th June 2017

Help for Anxiety, Stress and Panic attacks

Anxiety is a common human reaction to stressful events. Everybody worries from time to time. When people have anxiety disorders or suffer from panic attacks, anxiety attacks, depression, anxious feelings, coping with stress and so forth, those fears and worries don’t pass quickly. Quite often their anxiety intensifies over time causing panic attacks.
18th May 2017

Feeling Stuck

Feeling stuck – this is one of the most common complaints I get to hear. It usually comes with a feeling of being disenchanted and frustrated with life. If any of these rings true then you haven’t been honoring your inner values in something that you are doing in your life. Or it could be that you are forgetting about your natural talents or you put yourself in a place where your inborn inclinations are being ignored. If you feel that you need some help to get out […]
26th February 2016

Panic Attacks

Anybody who’s ever been so scared that they thought they might die knows what it feels like having a panic attack. It’s a dreadful feeling; ones heart will be thumping and there is great fear. In many cases people have no idea what the cause of the attack may be. It seems to come out of the blue for no apparent reason and it is a very frightening experience. Hypnotherapy can be a great help when dealing with panic attacks and anxiety. Mostly, though not always, a panic […]