Curing Your Anxiety with Self-Hypnosis
Self-hypnosis is a term used for the alternative healing method that utilizes powerful concentration and strong attention to attain a heightened level of self-awareness. By using this complementary therapy, your attention will be refocused, and things that are happening in your surrounding will be completely blocked.
Normally, this kind of therapy will be used in conjunction with psychotherapy since being in a state of hypnosis will allow you to explore memories, emotions, and thoughts that are triggering your psychological issues. This is why it is commonly used in treating anxiety and related issues.
Hypnotherapy and Anxiety
In case you are suffering from an anxiety disorder, you may probably think that entering in a state of trance and focusing will be difficult for you. However, if you really want your condition to be improved, our self-hypnosis therapy will help you. It will help you to open your mind in order to completely accept the healing. Your anxiety disorder may trigger a variety of problems that hypnotherapy can address effectively.
Your physical tension can be successfully addressed when you download our self-hypnosis. By adjusting or altering your pattern of beliefs that can trigger your problem, the intensity and frequency of your physical strain can be massively reduced. The symptoms can also be mitigated such as shaking, rapid breathing and elevated heart rate. Furthermore, your discomfort can also be eliminated through the constant suggestion that you are feeling physically comfortable.
Aside from feeling an elevated physical stress, your anxiety disorder may also lead to emotional strain. You constant feeling of discomfort and discontentment can easily deplete your energy and will make you feel drained. The purpose of our hypnotherapy is to change your mindset that will help you to be more optimistic. Self-hypnosis is designed to eliminate your negative presumptions and replace it with more helpful and positive beliefs.
Sleep Disorders and Anxiety
Most of the people who are suffering with an anxiety disorder are also having difficulty in finding a good sleep. It is relatively impossible to sleep when you are experiencing muscle tension and anxiety. When you download our hypnotherapy, you can implant the right suggestion and help you eliminate sleep deprivation. They can also assist in altering your mindset pattern which will help you to have a better control of your anxious thoughts.
Phobia and Anxiety
Self-hypnosis can also be an effective way to eliminate your phobia. It is a safer and preferable approach in treating your phobia compared to medications that will help you calm your nerves. There is a possibility that your body will be accustomed to the drug that you are taking and regular intake of drugs can also have adverse impact on your liver and other important organs.
On the other hand, self-hypnosis is simply replacing your illogical and unhealthy beliefs such as the original source of your fear with useful and logical belief patterns.
Hypnotherapy is often mistaken to be a cognitive behavioral therapy. While they are closely related, CBT will not oblige you to enter a state of trance. For individuals who have been diagnosed with anxiety problems and you noticed that CBT has immensely improved your condition, there is a great chance that self-hypnosis will effectively work on your case.
Self-Hypnosis Can Treat Social Anxiety
Social anxiety is a type of disorder that triggers fear that may result to avoidance. Perhaps you have a fear of interacting with other people. There is also a possibility that you fear that you will be judged or your feel uncomfortable when you are in the presence of others. There are instances that you will feel stressed when you are surrounded with people. One ideal of treating this unnecessary fear is through hypnotherapy.
Hypnosis for Your Social Anxiety
The problem with fear is that, the more we try to avoid them, the more we will fear them. It is like you are convincing yourself that you are scared of it since you are continuously avoiding it. There are different approaches that you can take in order to eliminate that fear, but some of them can be drastic. For instance, exposure therapy wherein you will have to expose yourself in the presence of the thing that you fear may be too overwhelming. Fortunately, hypnotherapy does not have even a minimum risk when using it to cure your social anxiety.
Self-hypnosis, when it is used in a sensible manner, is the most ideal and safest way to expose yourself in a particular situation that you have been evading. Since you are in a relaxed state during hypnosis, your subconscious mind will indicate that this is not a dangerous situation.
Continuously doing hypnotherapy will eventually eliminate this fear and you will be able to feel safe towards it. After a successful hypnosis session, an individual who has been hiding inside his house for a considerable period of time can now socialize with other people.
Confront Your Fears
Hypnotherapy can also be conducted before you proceed on the exposure therapy wherein you will expose yourself directly to the things that you fear; in this case interacting with other people. After the self-hypnosis, you will now have more courage to go outside which will reveal you to the different types of people that you can interact with. When it is time for you to be exposed in your fear, you will no longer feel threatened, and that is all thanks to hypnosis.
Social anxiety is triggered by a negative behavior or experience. Perhaps this was brought by a trauma in the past, or probably you have been rejected or humiliated in the public. Through self-hypnosis, these factors that are triggering your psychological disorder can be eliminated. Through a suggestive recurrence, you can remove these negative beliefs and replace them gradually with positive ones. Hypnosis has been proven effective to cure the underlying conditions that are causing social anxiety.
For those who are just too scared to interact with other people, you are missing a huge part of your life. We encourage you to download our self-hypnosis and listen to it regularly to remove your fear. By socializing with others, your confidence level will increase, and the other conditions associated with social anxiety such as depression, panic attack, and other mood-related condition will be purged.
Tips and Methods to Reduce Anxiety
Tips and methods that you can implement into your everyday life which will help you better deal with anxiety and even prevent anxiety from invading into your happiness.
Practice Breathing Techniques Regularly
A lot of people seem to overlook how easy and useful this tactic can be for relieving stress and anxiety, especially in the heat of the moment. I know, the advice “take a deep breath” may seem cliché. But it really does hold true when it comes to stress.
Take a minute or two break from life to focus on your breathing. Sit up straight and close your eyes if possible, and put your hand on your belly. Slowly inhale through your nose, feeling the breath of air start in your abdomen and progress its way to the top of your head. Next, reverse the process as you exhale through your mouth.
It's been said that deep breathing counters the effects of anxiety by slowing the heart rate and lowering the body's blood pressure. Buddhist monks have been known to be very conscious of deliberate breathing during meditation because of this.
Another method you can use it to sit up in your chair with your feet flat on the floor and your hands-on top of your knees. Breathe in and out slowly, with deep full breaths while also concentrating on your lungs as they expand and contract in your chest.
Many doctors and researchers have found that shallow breathing is consistent with increased anxiety and deep breathing fills your blood with oxygen and in turn helps to center your body and clear your mind.
Meditate for a Period in the Morning and Evening
It should come as no surprise to you that meditation is an excellent way to help relieve your stress and anxiety. When performed correctly, it should release your mind and allow you to focus on peace.
Many people struggle with meditation at first, because it can be a little tricky. And in all honesty, it does take a little bit of time to learn. There's many great articles and even courses on how to meditate, but you can easily get started by simply sitting in the corner or somewhere peace, closing your eyes and listening to music or soaking in the sounds around you.
Some meditation guru's will even encourage you to listen to those natural sounds during the process, and to even burn some sort of incense to help break the stress that's present in your body.
Listen to Music That Promotes a Chilled-Out Mood
Listening to the right music is super important when you're trying to reduce stress in your life and find your inner balance using self-hypnosis. Some music can in fact heighten your stress levels when you listen to it. One type of music that researchers have proven to help stress levels is “baroque” music. This music is based around a tempo of 60 beats per minute, which coincidentally is about the rate that our heart should be.
Baroque music has been shown to increase the alpha waves in both the left and right sides of your brain which assist in improving your learning ability, calmness and even your creativity. Because of this, many corporate trainers have now incorporated this style of music during memory training sessions to better assist their students in improving both their comprehension and their memory.
Focus on Music that You Like
Of course, you should focus on the kind of music that you like and which brings comfort to you. So, this point will different depending on who you are and what your tastes are. The first step that you should take when you are using meditation to help with anxiety attacks is to find somewhere comfortable where you can sit. You should be totally comfortable and wearing comfortable clothing before you start meditating. This will enable you to be able to relax.
The second step is to allow your body to relax. Shake yourself out sit in the comfortable position. Then roll your head around to loosen up tense muscles in your back. After that, you will want to start with your feet and imagine your toes all falling asleep. Continue up to the feet,
the legs and then your body. Allow your arms to relax so that they are hanging by your sides and continue to work your way up to your head.
Relax One Step at a Time
Allowing your body to relax one step at a time takes a bit of practice, but this is one of the oldest relaxation techniques in the world and really does work to relax your body. The next step is to relieve the burdens from your mind. You can do this by concentrating on a single object. Continue to concentrate on this object as a fixation.
The object can be anything you want it to be, but it should be something positive. By giving this object your full and undivided concentration, you are clearing all thoughts from your mind. You are transferring all of your energy to the object and ridding your mind of all negative thoughts.
After you have become entranced with the object, close your eyes. You will see the object in your mind with your eyes closed. You may feel a sense of peace or elation at this feeling. This is meditation.
You can play music when you are meditating or you can have total silence. Sooner or later, you will learn to tune out all that is around you so that you feel as though you are floating. Meditation can bring you the peace that you are so desperately looking for when you are having an anxiety attack.