Fear, stress, confusion and anxiety are the attributes of panic attacks that make you more susceptible to experience them again. On the other hand, the loss of control instills a feeling of powerlessness. Panic attacks develop triggers fast. Especially, for the things or situations you have to experience on regular bases. This can make you highly sensitive and anxious.
You may feel tension in your body while your mind wants to find safety. Consequently, the uncontrolled search for safety turns into irrational sensations and actions. This can be extremely limiting and counterproductive.
Panic attacks are quick to sink into your mind-body automated response system – the subconscious mind. The issue with panic is that initial attack creates expectation. On one hand, this comes from the fear of not knowing when panic will strike next. Let us teach you to be calm and relaxed fast in your natural setting.
Having first panic attack is a terrible experience. However, abrupt loss of control is a reason enough to keep the anxious anticipation at its worst. Panic attacks can be bad enough to sneak up on you anywhere and escalate without a warning.
Panic attacks gain the power through automating how you respond unconsciously, because you had no conscious control when it happened. Hypnosis can destroy the panic attack’s most crucial part – conditioning. Panic attacks relay on conditioning, to mature and grow the influence. Hypnosis is a super effective tool for destroying panic attack’s conditioned response system.
You will be happy to learn that hypnosis is the right tool and gives you the power to deal with any panic attack. You will lose the need to anticipate another panic event. The environment that caused you to feel panic will no longer feel threatening. You will enjoy a new sense of control and a deeper level of confidence. We use powerful hypnosis techniques to communicate through the same channels your mind used to create panic. Consequently, we expose, isolate and remove these negative associations. Your unconscious will learn to feel calm in relationship to a panic environment or object. It is important to let your subconscious mind learn there is no danger in a normal everyday activity that used to trigger an attack. You may learn to feel calm while riding to school or driving a car, being in a public place or any other normal safe activity that does not propose real danger.