Effective ways to resolve anxiety disorders
I was pleased to be asked to speak recently on the topic of ‘Building Mental resilience and understanding Mental Health’ to acknowledge World Mental Health Day 2016.Mental Health issues are now reported to be affecting 1 in 4 people across the UK, in my role as a professional practitioner at my LifeMatters Clinic,Harley Street London and Suffolk, I am only to aware of this problem. In particular the level of anxiety disorders that people struggle with, I am also seeing a marked rise in the numbers of young people being referred to me with anxiety. Feeling anxious at certain times in our life is perfectly normal, but some people find it hard to control their worries due to underlying issues. This creates feelings from general unease to full blown fear, diagnosed as a type of anxiety disorder. When this becomes to much to bare it often resulting in a visit to the doctor, which in most cases leads to being prescribed anti depressants or anti anxiety drugs. Unfortunately these drugs don’t promise a cure, they certainly don’t address the cause, they just mask the symptoms making life a little more tolerable for some. For other people they may get a referral for CBT, cognitive behavioural therapy can help in dealing with negative thought patterns that sit in the conscious awareness but again can have limited results.
If a person has experienced a sudden shock or trauma or lived in a situation of great unease over a period of time they end up being on a constant state of alert, the trauma becomes encoded deep in the neurology of the brain. This causes the subconscious mind to develop unhealthy ways of coping to deal with the unwanted feelings of an anxiety disorder. It’s important to recognise what anxiety looks like, variations of anxiety include panic attacks, specific phobias, PTSD post traumatic stress disorder, agoraphobia, social anxiety and GAD generalised anxiety disorder. Excessive worry about a present or future based scenario results in overwhelming feelings that tripping the fight flight response in the nervous system. Often people with anxiety feel unwell due to adrenal fatigue and a stressed immune system. To help resolve the anxiety disorder it is very important to first understanding a persons history, their individual lifestyle is revealing and helps when deciding on the best treatment.
Hypnotherapy for treating all anxiety disorders
After working with thousands of clients over the years in my practice, I have gained a clear understand of our human behaviour, coping mechanisms and the power of the subconscious mind. By relaxing deeply we leave our beta brain waves and our intelligent mind behind and enter into a deeply relaxed alfa brain wave state, this indicates that our subconscious mind has taken over as we find ourselves in an altered state of awareness. Our subconscious is our emotional mind, the information it downloads every second of your life it believes is real, just like your dreams. All your memories, belief, habits and patterns sit down in the subconscious, which is 90% of your mind. So it’s not surprising we can have problems with our thoughts, our perception of ourselves, others and the world around us. So as much as the mind can work against us it is clever and can be trained to work for us. By harnessing the power of our thoughts through hypnotherapy we can really begin the work needed to free ourselves from anxiety. Through a number of hypnotherapy sessions the mind naturally takes on a new set of thoughts, dissolving the power of the faulty programming from the past and begins to create a new set of positive thoughts. It’s wonderful to see how quickly this can change someone’s life, once the mind has this new evidence that it believes is your actual reality you no longer have the anxiety triggers. I have seen remarkable improvements in a persons anxiety even after one session with the effects building over following sessions till they are totally symptom free. It is important to note that hypnotherapy can also help you to give up smoking, cut down on the amount of alcohol or caffeine you drink, sleep better, eat well, exercise more, reduce stress and improve focus, all of which help to alleviate anxiety symptoms.
Havening Techniques for treating acute anxiety PTSD and Phobia’s
For those who’s anxiety disorder is born out of trauma, creating phobic reactions or PTSD the new Havening Techniques developed from many years of neuroscience research has the ability to clear the encoded fears in the brain in a matter of one short session. It is proving to be far more effective than EMDR, counselling or psychotherapy treatments commonly used. We now have an effective treatment that can release the encoded fears locked down in the brain. By using this psychosensory technique then following with hypnotherapy, as I do in my practice, this allows us to deals with the negative thought processing that sits above the neurology in the subconscious mind.
I have been totally amazed how fast this technique works since qualifying with Dr Ron Ruden the founder of Havening over two years ago.To date I have performed over 250 havening sessions, heard some of the worst stories imaginable and yet seen every person recover from their debilitating anxiety disorders.
To read more about Havening Techniques please visit www.havening.org
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