Hypnosis for Anxiety Relief

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Hypnosis for Anxiety Relief

Welcome to the Anxiety relief page. This extensive results-oriented anxiety relief program + wellness program will help you overcome anxiety and feel confident, with higher levels of self-love, self-worth, self-esteem, and relaxation. “When you’re ready to take the next step in your path to healing and freedom I’m here to help.”

Your next question may be, “where I can find a certified professional Hypnotherapist for powerful and effective permanent hypnosis for anxiety near me?” The answer is you already have, right here! Book your free strategy virtual session and find your path to freedom.

What is Anxiety?

Anxiety is a feeling of worry, unease, or concern that can be mild or severe, and is a normal human emotion that is experienced by everyone at some point in their life. It is a natural response to stress or danger and can be beneficial in certain situations as it can motivate people to act, prepare for potential problems, and protect themselves.

However, when nervousness becomes persistent and interferes with daily life, it can be a signal of an anxiety disorder.

Anxiety disorders are a group of mental health conditions that involve immoderate and irrational fear or worry that is difficult to control. They can appear in many different forms such as generalized anxiety sickness (GAD), panic disorder, social anxiety disorder, phobias, and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).

People with GAD often ride excessive worry and anxiety about a broad range of situations and issues, including work, health, finances, and relationships. This fear can be difficult to control and may intervene with their ability to concentrate, sleep, and perform daily tasks.

Panic ailment involves sudden and intense episodes of concern and anxiety, often accompanied by physical signs and symptoms such as heart palpitations, sweating, and shortness of breath. Social anxiety disorder is characterized by excessive fear or avoidance of social situations, whilst phobias are intense and irrational fears of specific objects or situations.

PTSD is a condition that can strengthen after a traumatic event and involves experiencing flashbacks, nightmares, and other signs related to the trauma.

The causes of anxiety problems are complex and can involve a combination of genetic, environmental, and psychological factors. Some human beings may be more prone to nervousness due to their genetic makeup or early life experiences, while others may also develop anxiety as a result of disturbing life events such as divorce, illness, or financial difficulties.

In addition, some medical conditions, medications, and substance abuse can also contribute to the worsening of anxiety disorders.

The symptoms of anxiety issues can vary depending on the type of sickness and the individual. However, some common symptoms include restlessness, irritability, problem concentrating, muscle tension, and sleep disturbances.

Physical symptoms such as headaches, stomachaches, and nausea may also be present. In extreme cases, individuals may experience panic attacks, which can contain intense physical sensations such as chest pain, sweating, and shaking.

Treatment for anxiety problems can involve a combination of medication, Hypnotherapy, and lifestyle changes. Medications such as antidepressants and anti-anxiety capsules can help to reduce symptoms and enhance mood.

Hypnotherapy is a type of therapy that can assist individuals to identify and change terrible thought patterns and behaviors that contribute to anxiety. Other therapies such as publicity therapy and mindfulness-based therapies can also be effective.

In addition, way of life changes such as exercise, healthy eating, and stress reduction methods such as meditation and deep breathing can also help manage anxiety. It is necessary to seek professional help if nervousness symptoms persist and interfere with daily life.

In conclusion, low levels of anxiety are normal human emotion that can become problematic when it interferes with everyday life.

Anxiety disorders are a group of mental fitness conditions that involve excessive and irrational worry or fear and can manifest in many different forms. The causes of anxiety disorders are complex and can involve genetic, environmental, and psychological factors.

Treatment for anxiety disorders can involve medication, therapy, and lifestyle changes. It is essential to seek professional help if anxiety symptoms persist and interfere with daily life.

Hypnosis for Anxiety Relief

Hypnosis is becoming an increasingly popular tool for anxiety relief that has been gaining recognition as a viable treatment alternative for those who suffer from this condition. Anxiety can cause people to experience fear, worry, and stress in everyday situations, and it can significantly affect their quality of life. Hypnosis offers a natural and non-invasive approach to alleviate anxiety symptoms.

Hypnosis works by inducing a state of deep rest and heightened awareness, which allows individuals to access their unconscious mind and change negative behavioral patterns. This process can help them to reduce anxiety symptoms by improving their ability to cope with stress, calming their nerves, and promoting feelings of inner peace and tranquillity.

Hypnosis is regularly used in conjunction with other therapies, such as Neuro-linguistic Programming, to provide a holistic approach to treating anxiety. The strategies used during hypnosis sessions can help to promote a feeling of calm, self-awareness, and self-control, which can help individuals to manage their anxiousness more effectively.

There are several benefits to the usage of hypnosis for anxiety relief. Firstly, hypnosis is a non-invasive treatment option that no longer requires medication, which can have unwanted side effects. Secondly, hypnosis is tailored to meet the special needs of each individual, making it a highly customized and effective treatment option. 

Finally, hypnosis can be an empowering experience that helps clients to take control of their anxiety and improve their universal well-being.

In summary, hypnosis can be a valuable tool for individuals who go through from anxiety. By promoting relaxation and self-awareness, hypnosis can help to minimize anxiety symptoms and improve the average quality of life for those who are dwelling with this condition.

“Imagine yourself, visualize yourself feeling cool, calm and collected in any social setting. It’s time to let go of the fear and stress holding you back from being the person you really are!”

Hypnosis is no longer seen just as a “stage show” or “party trick”, the results of Hypnotherapy are powerful, profound, and very effective!
Sadly, anxiety is increasing in North America. For some, they are not aware of suffering from the symptoms. Most will feel (one or more of these common symptoms) nervousness, trembling, insomnia, increased respiration, sweating, and weakness just to name a few.
One of the most frequent questions we hear is, can hypnosis be used to treat people with anxiety. The resounding response to that question is “Yes absolutely!”
Anxiety (in most cases) is a learned behavior. The subconscious will regress a past incident and bring it to your attention when a trigger is activated. For example, speaking in public or a presentation at work or school.

My hypnosis program is a powerful tool to help fight feelings of anxiety!

Hypnosis reduces the automatic anxiety responses that are underlying in your subconscious mind and gives you a boost to manage your emotions with clarity.
Hypnosis for anxiety relief may also help you lower your blood pressure level and by doing that, drastically reduces your stress levels.

Enjoy life again, and achieve what you want in life without the constant struggle.

With my profoundly powerful and effective advanced Hypnotherapy, Neuro-Linguistic Programming and Time-line Therapy – my exclusive, customized therapeutic program goes well above and beyond the traditional anxiety relief Hypnosis therapies.

Not only will you feel less anxious, but a focus will be placed on your complete well-being! You will feel energized, happier, better equipped to handle stressful situations, relaxed, poised, and improved sleep patterns. Ultimately, you will feel worthy, loveable, and belonging and that you are absolutely good enough! Read what amazing clients are saying: Testimonials

My Hypnosis for anxiety relief program is a powerful tool to help manage anxiety issues. The root cause is discovered and remedied.

“It’s time to feel confident, calm and relaxed again, and it’s time to live the life you deserve!”

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Interested in Hypnotherapy for Anxiety Relief?

Overcome Anxiety with these powerful Hypnotherapy steps:


Discover the triggers, patterns, and behaviors


Setting your reachable goals of ideal behavior


Discover the “root cause” time line


Integrate and unify your subconscious and behavior


Re-coding your existing outdated behavior with new positive programming


End the cycle of anxiety


Personalized deep hypnosis embeds the new programming permanently into your subconscious

Frequently Asked Questions

Hypnotherapy is a form of therapy used to readjust the subconscious mind. When in hypnosis, you put your mind and body into a heightened state of learning, making your mind more open to positive suggestion for self-improvement or behaviour modification. The goal is to rebalance the subconscious and conscious mind allowing them to work together in harmony, which in turn helps give you greater control over your behaviour, emotions and physical wellbeing.

Contrary to popular belief, hypnosis is not a state of deep sleep. It involves the induction of an induced state of deep relaxation. In hypnosis you are acutely aware, concentrated and focused and it is in this state that the conscious mind can relax and stay calm and become more responsive to positive suggestions, ideas, concepts and lifestyle changes.

Hypnotherapy is not at all like the performances you see in stage shows, where you might see people barking like a dog or clucking like a chicken. There are no swinging pocket watches and no mind control. In a hypnotherapy session you are in control the entire time. You will hear the suggestions made to you, and you will be able to remember them after the session. Hypnosis cannot do anything that a client resists.

Now let’s dispel a few myths:

  • You cannot get stuck in hypnosis – this is quite impossible.
  • You do not become in any way unconscious or semi-conscious.
  • You cannot, at any time, be made to do things you do not want to do.
  • You are totally aware of yourself and your surroundings at all times.
  • You do not go to sleep.
  • You are not in anyone’s power, like the hypnotherapist, and nobody can take control of you.
  • You can leave the hypnotic state whenever you want.
  • You cannot lose your mind.
  • Hypnosis cannot permanently remove memories or thoughts from your mind.
  • You will not suddenly blurt out your ‘dark’ secrets.
  • Hypnosis cannot bestow psychic abilities or supernatural powers.
  • Hypnosis cannot make you act against, or abandon, your moral code.
  • You do not say or do ‘funny things’ unless you want to.
  • Hypnosis is a truly natural state of mind and body and is therefore perfectly safe.

The experience of a hypnotic trance is not altogether unusual. On the contrary, it feels similar to countless other moments in your life where you may have been absorbed in a good book or movie, lost in thought, engrossed in music, driving to your destination and not really remembering quite how you got there or even meditating.

Meditation is actually very close to a trance state without being guided there, as you would be in hypnotherapy.

Once you enter a state of hypnosis, your body will feel calm and relaxed, similar to the way you might feel when meditating. Your therapist will speak to you in a calm and gently assertive voice, and place the suggestions you agreed to in your treatment plan into your subconscious mind.

The process is simple, fill out the free virtual strategy form and I will contact we will meet for your free consultation. We will discuss your goals, issues and thoughts. A customized plan will be created specifically for you.

If you want to have hypnotherapy, you are a good candidate for it. Hypnosis is a willing state. If someone is trying to hypnotize you against your will, it simply won’t work. For that reason, if you are extremely skeptical of its efficacy, or if you are frightened of it, it may not work for you.

During your initial free 30-min virtual strategy call, we will discuss your presenting issues, your goals and your expectations. I will ask some questions to gain an understanding of your needs taking into account any medication or other therapies you may have had or are currently having with other healthcare professionals. I will explain in detail how clinical hypnosis works, what you can expect and you will have an opportunity to ask any questions you may have about the therapeutic process. You will then be guided to a wonderful state of deep relaxation and enjoy a demonstration hypnotherapy session.

Subsequent sessions will begin with a full in depth review of how the presenting issue (or issues) have improved since your last session followed by a full therapy session.

Yes, absolutely! Everything I do is powerful and profound. You will notice incremental changes in your behavior. Your loved ones, or close friends will most likely notice first!

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About the author: Fanis Makrigiannis of Mind Spirit Body Hypnosis is certified by The American Board of Hypnotherapy and The American Board of Neuro-linguistic Programming.

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