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Overcome Anxiety and Panic Attacks

We can show you how you can quickly reduce and overcome anxiety and panic attacks. Call or email to book your appointment or for further information.


We evolved to be anxious for reasons of survival. Anxiety and nerves kept us alive. Now, our world is far more complex. It is a world where such anxiety and nerves are not quite as beneficial for us in certain situations and circumstances. A little bit of stress improves performance and memory but the anxiety can become an issue when it tips over a level which is helpful.

In times of high emotion we learn in a special way. For survival reasons this is great because it means that these situations can be recognised and avoided/approached more carefully in the future. However, if we are highly anxious in situations which are not life threatening to us, such a presentation or meeting, then we can 'learn' to become frightened to similar surroundings or circumstances of the original situation. It can create a faulty pattern match for future similar situations. Hypnotherapy is great for allowing you to 'unlearn' such patterns so that the anxiety no longer becomes an issue.

Panic Attacks

A panic attack is a sudden discrete period of intense anxiety and terror. It is the highest level of anxiety also known as the 'fight or flight response'.

A panic attack is not really an attack as such. Nothing is attacked. It is the body's natural alarm system going off at the wrong time. It's a bit like a faulty burglar alarm that keeps going off inappropriately and at the wrong times when there is no real threat. With the use of hypnotherapy that faulty alarm can be fixed so that it only operates in times of real threat.

Hypnotherapy scientific evidence

Research shows that there is more
scientific evidence for hypnotherapy than any other complementary therapy….by using hypnosis, people can perform prodigious feats of will-power and self-healing"

– Health Education Authority


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