Research shows that hypnotherapy can be effective for reducing anxiety, phobias and panic attacks. During a typical hypnotherapy session, the hypnotist guides the client into a relaxed state. This is not a state of lost control, as many might think. The client is calm, yet alert - a perfect condition for working with the subconscious mind, where the hypnotist addresses behaviors the client wants to change.
Hypnotherapy can help improve self-esteem, overcome negative thinking, and manage troublesome symptoms.
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Hypnotherapy for Anxiety, Phobia & Panic Attacks
Even though hypnotherapy isn’t as widely known as psychotherapy and medication for treating anxiety, researchers and scientists have been studying the effects it can have on mental health conditions such as anxiety, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and depression for several years.
In one 2016 study, researchers scanned the brains of people while they were undergoing guided hypnosis sessions.
They found that a hypnotized brain experiences changes in the brain that give a person:
Indeed, many clients report a fast relief from their anxiety, phobias and panic attacks