REMOVE FEARS AND PHOBIAS WITH HYPNOSIS
Learn how to remove those fears and phobias that are keeping you from living your life.
Remove Fears and Phobias With Hypnosis
Remove the negative triggers from fear and phobias with hypnosis. Join Wendy in a customized, professional, one-to-one hypnotherapy session to teach you how to eliminate your anxieties and phobias quickly.
If left uncontrolled, your worries may become stronger over time, or perhaps even worse. Phobias can interfere with your job, your relationships, and your everyday life. However, if you’ve been suffering for a long time or started to develop fears that seem irrational, it is not your fault.
The truth is, you cannot tell the difference between illogical thoughts versus subconscious patterns. However, your life will completely change when you learn to break these habits because your behaviors will change. Through Wendy’s expertise and guidance, you’ll reprogram the subconscious “activators” and eliminate your anxieties and phobias for good.
Hypnotherapy helps the brain let go of the fear response so you can remove fears and phobias for good. This is especially important for those suffering from social anxiety which often leads to explosive outbursts due to a fear of being embarrassed or judged by others.
Fear is a normal and healthy reaction to danger that we all share. It’s a survival instinct that helps us avoid and escape dangerous circumstances. Phobias, on the other hand, are distinct. To begin with, phobias are more acute than fears; for certain individuals, they may cause severe anxiety and panic episodes.
Phobias occur when a person has an extreme or irrational dread of a particular circumstance or thing. If this circumstance or item is regular in daily life, the phobia may limit a person’s life, preventing them from doing what they want and creating a great deal of misery.
Many phobias are learned reactions that reside in our subconscious. As a result, they are especially sensitive to hypnosis. Hypnotherapy may assist you in unlearning the fear response, increasing your exposure to the phobia, and eventually relieving the accompanying anxiety.
Anxiety disorders, such as phobias, are a form of anxiety condition. The symptoms are often felt when you come into touch with the fear, but for other individuals, the symptoms might occur merely by thinking about it. When you discover the root of your fear, you are likely to feel terrified, worried, and anxious. You may also experience bodily signs of dread and worry, such as:
- palpitations and/or rapid heartbeat
If the cause of your fear is something you don’t come into touch with on a regular basis, this phobia may not interfere with your daily life. However, if it is something you are likely to come into touch with on a daily basis, your fear may have a greater influence on your life.
Basic phobias are centered on a particular item, animal, circumstance, or action. These tend to emerge in our childhood and may lessen in severity as we become older.
This type of phobias include the following:
- Fear of animals (eg. spiders, snakes or dogs)
- Anxiety about the environment (eg. heights, germs, open water)
- Phobias in certain situations (eg. flying or visiting the dentist)
- Fears of the body (eg. having injections, vomit or blood)
- Sexual apprehensions (eg. fear of getting a sexually transmitted infection or performance anxiety)
- Others (eg. certain objects or food items)
Meanwhile, complex phobias are generally associated with more mundane tasks and might have a greater influence on a person’s life than particular phobias. They usually appear in adulthood and result from deep-seated worry over a certain occasion or condition.
The following are two of the most prevalent complex phobias:
- Agoraphobia – This is when a person is afraid of being in a given area or circumstance where they will be unable to leave if they suffer a panic attack. This may cause individuals to avoid busy or crowded places, use public transportation, or even be alone.
- Social phobia – This phobia, also known as social anxiety disorder, is centered on social circumstances and interactions. A person suffering from a social phobia may avoid speaking in public for fear of being embarrassed. In rare situations, this might prevent individuals from socializing or carrying out daily duties.
Phobias, like many mental illnesses, have a single source. A variety of things may be at play. The phobia may have developed as a consequence of a specific trauma or incident (for example if you experienced a particularly bumpy flight when you were younger, you may develop a fear of flying as a result). It might be a taught reaction you picked up from someone else (for example if your mother screamed when they saw a spider, you may have subconsciously learned that this is the appropriate response).
Some studies suggest that genetics may also play a role, so it’s possible that you were born with a predisposition to anxiousness. Existing mental health disorders such as depression, anxiety, and chronic stress may all contribute to the development of a phobia.
Whatever the source, it’s crucial to know that phobias may be addressed and that assistance is accessible. Consider getting help if you believe your fear is holding you back or interfering with your life in a serious manner. Hypnotherapy is a useful technique for many individuals.
Phobias operate on an unconscious level. This implies that no matter how many times we convince ourselves that XYZ isn’t a danger to our lives, our brains and bodies will still respond with terror. The goal of hypnotherapy is to speak with your subconscious and modify how you feel and behave in relation to your fear.
The procedure entails placing you in a trance-like, hypnotic condition. Your hypnotherapist will guide you through this, and you will be in complete control the whole time. If you’re not sure where your fear originated from, you should spend some time researching it and recalling the incident that prompted it (if there was one).
Additionally, hypnotherapy helps you control your episodes of phobia, especially on how to better manage the feelings that lead to instability. Once neural pathways are strengthened, your brain responds with more self-control when faced with stressful situations.
When our nervous system is taxed by an illness or injury, we may experience increased anxiety stemming from our fears. Hypnotherapy can help speed up the healing process so people suffering from fears and phobias can get back to their daily life quicker. This in turn reduces anxiety outbursts associated with traumatic experiences due to lack of mobility or other limitations.
Not only does this help you resolve your phobia, but it also effectively treats other conditions such as anxiety and depression. To achieve the best results, it’s important to be patient. Even though you may feel better right away after the first few sessions, don’t stop before you’ve worked through all of your issues. Phobias are stubborn and will find ways to resurface until you clear them out completely.
A trained hypnotherapist like Wendy can remove fears and phobias with hypnosis, but miracles don’t happen without your help. Commit yourself to continue therapy until you’re satisfied that all of your phobia triggers have been resolved or controlled.