Worrying uses up a lot of energy, often without achieving anything
Here’s a tip
Learn to ‘park’ worries until an appropriate time. Imagine you wake at 3 a.m. and start fretting about a phone call you have to make next week. What if you forget to make the call? What if you remember but you say the wrong things? What if you forget to mention something important? What if…..? what if…..?
You cannot make the call until the agreed time. So ‘park’ the worry for now. Remind yourself that worries are over-magnified at night. Tell yourself in a loving way to be calm as you will pay attention to it in the morning.
Hypnotherapy can be very helpful for people with anxiety
Worrying about events that have already happened, or may never happen, uses up a lot of energy, often without achieving anything. And, because anxiety puts our bodies into a near constant state of ‘fight and flight’, ready to deal with perceived dangers, we feel tired and restless. We might experience a raft of symptoms, including sleepless nights, low immunity, poor concentration or aches and pains and these anxious feelings can escalate into panic attacks.
Hypnotherapy can be very helpful for people with anxiety, as you learn relaxation techniques, along with new ways of thinking and reacting to situations.
That exhausting, corrosive cycle of worry and fear can be broken, for ever! Hypnotherapy can also help you deal with any emotional issues or past events that are contributing to your anxiety.
Hypnotherapy is a talking therapy using the best of CBT and NLP, with hypnosis at the end of each session.
Would you like help with ridding yourself of anxiety?
Contact me today to arrange your no-obligation consultation.
Sarah Sollom DHP DSFH AfSFH HPD
Solution-Focused Clinical Hypnotherapist and Psychotherapist.