I see a lot of comment’s on panic attacks. Panic attacks are easy to cure if you seek out the right kind of help. (lets differentiate first between panicked attacks and other anxiety disorders). Panic attack is based on Adrenaline kicking in at an inappropriate time. Adrenaline kicking is is a normal and needed part of human functionality that serves as the fight or flee emotional make up of every normal person. It is there to serve the purpose of if in a danger situation should we arm our self mentally & physically to fight that danger or should we run from that danger, we have to make a split second decision , of subconsciously on which of those 2 courses of actions to take. With people who suffer panic attacks normally due to some previous bad experience or trauma, that system is simply out of calibration. Ie that fight or flee decision making decision and level is not in sync. There are many proven techniques to get this system back in sync these are generally hypnosis based practices, clinical hypnosis, Nuero linguistic programming, because it is the sub conscious mind that needs just some gentle re clarification. No drug is proven to do this, no other talking therapies will do this. Any experienced clinical hypnotherapist will cure Panic attacks in 1 to 3, 1 hour sessions with high success rate. For more information call me at 01784 392449
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A recent Survey by The Prince’s trust has revealed that political upheaval, job worries and low self-confidence have left people anxious and saying political events had made them fear for their futures.
Prince’s Trust head Martina Milburn said it was ‘deeply concerning’ adding that the picture was ‘of a generation who feel their ability to shape their own future is slipping away from them’.
She told the BBC: “It’s shocking how many feel so desperate about their situation and it is vital that we support them to develop the confidence and coping skills they need to support in life. The single most important thing we can do to empower these young people is to help them into a job, an education course or on to a training programme.“Now, more than ever, we must work together to provide the support and opportunities they need to unlock a brighter future.”
According to the research, carried out in November by YouGov for the Prince’s Trust Macquarie Youth Index:
50% felt it was harder to get a job than a year ago.
42% felt traditional goals like home ownership or a steady job were unrealistic.
34% felt they would have a worse standard of living than their parents.
28% felt out of control of their lives.
Too many of the young people polled are demoralised and pessimistic, says the charity, with
18% believing they would be unable to change their circumstances.
16% saying their lives would amount to nothing, no matter how hard they tried.
12% said they did not know anyone who really cared about them.
45% were stressed about body image.
37% worried about coping at work or school.
Confidence levels were lowest among those who felt out of control, with almost two-thirds of this group blaming lack of self-confidence for holding them back.
Anxiety, stress, lack of self-confidence and self-esteem are becoming more prevalent among young people, agrees the National Council for Hypnotherapy adding that its 1,800 highly qualified therapists across the UK often deal with such issues, and that clinical hypnotherapy has a high success rate in treating these people.
“We live in a society where great demands and responsibilities are placed on us,” says the NCXH. “And while some people manage, more and more people are showing signs of over-anxiety, which leads to stress, which can make a significant impact on the quality of life and well-being.”
The national body adds: “Anxiety can also manifest itself in different worries; it may be fear of being around other people, it may be anxiety in specific social situations, anxiety in your relationships with particular people at home, at school or at work.
“Anxiety is a fear or concern that is exaggerated, and is out of proportion to the situation, although sometimes it may not feel like this. The symptoms of anxiety correlate with the stress response or ‘fight-or-flight’. This is primal response that protects you against threats in your environment, so if danger is present your body triggers a rush of blood to your arms and legs so that you can fight or run away. To experience prolonged flight-or-flight creates feelings of anxiety.”
In treating some one for anxiety or related issues, a hypnotherapist can help assess the anxiety, identifying the root of stress or anxiety whether it is a situation, a physical issue, a past experience or a relationship.
After sessions with a hypnotherapist working towards a commonly agreed goal, the once anxious person may feel more confident; more relaxed in situations that have previously been worrying and many people say that they are calmer and that they have more clarity of thought – able to make decisions more easily.
People who have experienced side effects of anxiety such as insomnia, find that they are sleeping much better and as a result are able to work more effectively.
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Hi Alan I just wanted to let you know that we exchanged contracts and will be off next week. Thank you for your help and support – it has definitely made a difference – I’ve not been getting so stressed about everyday things and am not allowing the stress to spiral out of control ,So, in short – thank you! I’m really glad I came to see you.
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SPACE-D OUT What is agoraphobia and what causes fear of open or public places? Symptoms, cures and celebrity sufferers.
WHILE going out in public is a daily necessity for many, it’s not easy for everyone.
Agoraphobia is one of the most common fear-related illnesses, and anxiety support organisation No More Panic has estimated that it affects 1.5 million people in Britain.
So what are the symptoms of agoraphobia and is there a cure?
What is a phobia?
A phobia is described by the NHS as an overwhelming and debilitating fear of an object, place, situation, feeling or animal.
They are more pronounced than fears and tend to develop when a person has an exaggerated or unrealistic sense of danger regarding a situation or object.
If a phobia becomes very severe, the person suffering may organise their life around avoiding the aspect that’s causing distress.
Symptoms of phobias
Typical symptoms associated with phobias can include:
- Dizziness, trembling and increased heart rate
- A sense of unreality
- Fear of dying
- Preoccupation with the fear object
What is agoraphobia?
The Oxford English Dictionary describes agoraphobia as an “extreme or irrational fear of open or public places”.
The term is easily confused with acrophobia, which is an extreme fear of heights.
Doctors coined the term in the late 19th century, merging the Greek words for assembly and phobia.
It manifests in different forms, with different patients complaining of fears of open spaces, public transport, packed shopping centres or being outside home in general.
This can lead to agrophobics avoiding leaving the house for long periods of time and trying to bypass areas that might be busy.
What are the symptoms of agoraphobia?
Cognitive reactions include suffering panic attacks, trembling or feelings of dread.
The NHS has also outlined the different physical symptoms of agoraphobia, which include…
- rapid heartbeat
- rapid breathing (hyperventilating)
- feeling hot and sweaty
- feeling sick
- chest pain
- difficulty swallowing (dysphagia)
- ringing in the ears (tinnitus)
- feeling faint
What causes agoraphobia?
Research on agoraphobia is still in its infancy and the exact cause of the condition is unknown.
Scientists have come up with a number of different theories on why this fear arises, including…
Substance induced: Drugs that trigger anxiety can contribute towards agoraphobia. This includes alcohol misuse, tobacco addiction and chronic use of tranquilisers.
Spatial theory: Some researchers have noticed that there are more cases of agoraphobia in busy cities. Urbanised areas that are packed with cars and people are more likely to induce the panicky symptoms.
Evolutionary psychology: Theorists have debated whether humans have adapted to instinctively try to find shelter when they’re in open spaces.
Is there a cure for agoraphobia?
Just like treating other phobias, curing fear often isn’t easy.
Cognitive behaviour therapy can be used to help sufferers change their unproductive thought patterns.
This allows them to distinguish that their intense fear is in their imagination.
Other treatment that is taken on by agoraphobic patients includes behaviour therapy, counselling and hypnosis.
In some cases, anti-anxiety medication can be prescribed to help relieve the stressful symptoms.
What celebrities have agoraphobia?
British comic Miranda Hart has openly spoken out about her battle with agoraphobia and anxiety as a young woman.
In an interview with the Guardian, she revealed that the condition had pushed her to go and live back with her parents when she was in her 20s.
Home Alone child star Macaulay Culkin has also self-diagnosed himself with the illness.
He told CNN: “It wasn’t like I went to a therapist and he said it. It’s just I realized – I started going outside, and it felt like the buildings were going to eat me.
“I didn’t even realize I wasn’t leaving the house a lot. I was just kind of, you know, there was always photographers in the bushes and things like that, and there was a lot of things out there that were trying to consume me.”
They’re not the first celebrities to suffer the effects of common phobias.
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