How to overcome anxiety

How to overcome anxiety

Do you wake up feeling like your heart is racing, with a knot in your stomach and a foggy mind? You’re not alone. Millions of people experience these overwhelming sensations daily, leaving them feeling on edge and unable to focus.

Anxiety can seem to stem from various sources—a challenging work assignment, a turbulent relationship, or even seemingly baseless worries. Regardless of its trigger, anxiety can escalate into panic attacks, OCD, or debilitating phobias, hijacking your sense of peace and well-being.

The body’s response to anxiety is primal, signalling a perceived threat and catapulting us into survival mode. Even in serene settings, the mind’s relentless churn of worrisome thoughts can trigger these physiological reactions, leaving us feeling trapped in a cycle of apprehension.

From working with clients I have observed a big step forward to overcoming anxiety is understanding what’s happening in the brain and body. Many clients have made assumptions there is something wrong with them, or that they are weak, or have created identities such as ‘I’m an anxious person’, and none of these are true. Taking the time to explain what anxiety is and how interventions like hypnotherapy for anxiety can help to overcome anxiety, it’s a huge relief to clients.

Overcoming anxiety is possible with the right approach:

  1. Seek Professional Help: Anxiety often stems from past experiences, deeply ingrained in our psyche. Professional methods like EFT (Tapping) and Hypnotherapy for anxiety can help trace these origins and neutralise their impact. In just minutes, techniques like EFT Tapping Therapy can uncover long-buried memories, liberating you from years of panic and uncertainty.
  2. Monitor Your Thoughts: Our minds generate tens of thousands of thoughts daily. By cultivating awareness of our thought patterns, we can shift our focus from catastrophising to the present moment. Practices like mindfulness and meditation offer invaluable tools for quieting the mind and restoring inner peace.
  3. Harness the Power of Breath: Deep, intentional breathing is a potent antidote to anxiety. When anxiety strikes, our breathing becomes shallow, exacerbating the body’s stress response. By practising deep breathing techniques—such as breathing in for 7 counts and out for 11—we activate the body’s relaxation response, calming the mind and restoring clarity.

If you’re grappling with persistent anxiety, get in touch to find out how I use a powerful blend of hypnotherapy for anxiety with energy healing techniques such as EFT Tapping therapy to help you break free from the grip of anxiety and embrace a life of tranquillity and empowerment.

Don’t let anxiety dictate your days. Take the first step towards reclaiming your peace today.

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