Anxiety is a feeling of unease, such as worry or fear, that can be mild or severe.Everyone has feelings of anxiety at some point in their life – for example, you may feel worried and anxious about sitting an exam, or having a medical test or job interview.
There can be many causes of Anxiety and can come from a ranging factors like genetics and environment.
There are many treatment options available both medical and non-medical.If anxiety is left untreated, it can become a problem condition and can cause a lot of stress
There are different types of anxiety disorders. some are outlined below
General anxiety disorders worrying excessively and/or getting apprehensive about several events or activities. These feelings occur almost all the time and are not triggered by any one specific issue. Some examples include: fear of failure or poor performance, worries about family’s safety, worries about thunderstorms or wars, worries about what others will think of them, and is apprehensive about new situations or meeting new people.
Panic Attacks– Panic attacks are also called as agoraphobia. Children suffering from panic attacks have repeated episodes of shaking, dizziness, chest pains, and intense feelings of fear. They often avoid certain situations for fear of having a panic attack.
Social Anxiety–social anxiety only have symptoms when in social settings. They fear unwanted attention from anyone, including friends.
Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD)is a condition involving obsessions and compulsions. They perform repetitive rituals as a coping mechanism. Compulsions are behaviours that the child engages in (such as handwashing, checking, redoing, etc.) to make the distress feel better. Some examples of obsessive-compulsive disorder may include excessive concerns about germs.
Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is when a person experiences a traumatic event. Some examples include witnessing or experiencing a natural disaster, being in a serious automobile accident, or witnessing a violent crime.
A lot of people all over the world who used to experience these symptoms are now successfully cured by our techniques in hypnotherapy for anxiety.
In my hypnotherapy sessions I help clients towards a condition of relaxation to enhance tolerance for the objects or situations which trigger their anxious behaviours. There is substantial research evidence documenting the benefits of hypnotherapy in curing even the more severe cases like social phobia so that people go on to enjoy social situations, engaging with anyone at any time.