How to deal with anxiety before it gets any worse!
These anxiety problems can have a significant effect on your life. They may affect what you are able to do, who you can do it with and when you are able to do things. They can seriously affect your career as you may not accept promotions or even a new job. It can affect how you do your job if you avoid meetings or speaking up when you should be.
But the biggest problem is that you know they are getting steadily worse as most anxieties usually do! So how to deal with anxiety before it gets any worse?
Most people find that their anxiety gets steadily worse over time.”
Depending on the type of anxiety you have will depend on how much worse it will get, but where will it end? Will you simply stop going out, give up your job or simply stop socialising? I’d really like you to think about your situation and how it might end up. When you have worked that out the next thing you need to do is think, what then?
So how to deal with anxiety before it becomes unbearable?
Your situation may already be unbearable, in which case you should take action now. But, if you are in the situation where you are managing to cope, perhaps it is time for you to think about how to deal with anxiety so you can start to stem the tide and begin to take back control of your feelings and emotions.
Your anxiety may seem so overwhelming that you just can’t see a way out of your situations. Maybe it seems like you will never feel “normal” again.
The vast majority of people that experience anxieties simply do not know how to deal with anxiety effectively.
The fact is that in the vast majority of cases, anxieties are created and maintained by fictitious beliefs that you hold. They may be caused by conditioning you received as a child or even as an adult. This conditioning might have been critical parents, siblings or partner. It could be as a result of bullying, abuse or neglect. Sometimes parental breakup, alcohol and drug problems in the family can set up the anxiety, even though it may not be triggered until much later, sometimes decades.
The problem with these beliefs is that they are held at a subconscious level. To make a change in these beliefs can take a long time and a lot of sessions, using talk therapies like cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), counselling and other psychotherapy methods. All these have to work through the conscious mind to effect change and this can take years and cost thousands.
Hypnotherapy works differently. By using hypnosis, we can get access to the subconscious mind and help you to establish what these beliefs are and get both your conscious and subconscious minds to re-evaluate these old fictitious and possibly inappropriate beliefs. We can then help you to create and instil more appropriate beliefs that fit in far better with your adult thinking and knowledge. This helps you to know how to deal with the anxiety effectively.
By using hypnotherapy in this way, the first thing that happens is that it stops the anxiety getting worse in one fell swoop. This change can usually be achieved in the first session or two. This being achieved we would then move on to remove the fear you have associated in all the different type of situations you are afraid of.
By using hypnotherapy for anxiety we can target the underlying problem that causes your anxiety and create new beliefs about your life and the things you do, so as to allow you to get back in control and live a normal life.
First, I want to inspire you about Amanda and how she worked through her anxiety and the things she learned that helped her.
Then, I would like to send you regular emails to help you to start taking control and give you a chance to think and feel differently about anxiety. I want you to know upfront that I will send you a few emails every week.
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