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The National Society of Hypnosis, Psychotherapy & Mindfulness
Anxiety and Panic Attack Treatments in Aylesbury, Milton Keynes, Amersham and Buckinghamshire

Anxiety is a dreadful state of internal turbulence, often accompanied by anxious behavior, such as pacing back and forth, somatic conditions and negative thoughts. It is the unpleasant feelings of fear over anticipated events. As well as feeling anxious and worried, you may suffer some of the following physical symptoms: heart palpitations, muscular tension, churning stomach, nausea, headache, diarrhoea, sweating or flushing.

We all get anxious from time to time. Anxiety is usually activated by pressure, stress and worry in our lives. Some of us are more susceptible to anxiety than others. For some of us, anxiety becomes so common, or so powerful, that it begins to take over our lives. In some cases our everyday anxiety escalates into an anxiety disorder.

Anxiety disorders include social anxiety, generalized anxiety disorder, panic disorder, existential crisis, test anxiety, stage fright, stranger anxiety or somatic anxiety. Common treatment for Anxiety disorders and panic attacks are hypnotherapy, psychotherapy and counselling.

Panic attacks are episodes of extreme fear or uneasiness, accompanied by four or more of physical or psychological symptoms. Panic attacks usually start unexpectedly and are extremely powerful. The panic attack symptoms usually occur suddenly peak within 10 minutes and then subside on their own, however in some cases can continue for hours. A person suffering with panic attack might experience four or more of the following symptoms: palpitations, sweating, shaking, shortness of breath, chest pain or discomfort, nausea or abdominal distress, numbness or tingling sensations, chills or hot flushes.

The main difference between panic attack and anxiety is that panic attack symptoms start suddenly and unexpectedly whilst anxiety, generally intensifies over a period of time and is mainly connected to excessive worry. While panic attack and anxiety symptoms are similar, symptoms associated with panic attacks, are usually less extreme. Another significant distinction is that, unlike a panic attack, the symptoms of anxiety may be long lasting, sometimes days, weeks or even months.

For more information or to make an appointment call qualified and registered hypno - psychotherapist Emilia Brewer on 07967 925 745.

Hypnotherapy, Counselling and Psychotherapy in Aylesbury, Amersham and Milton Keynes and High Wycombe. Hypnotherapy in Buckinghamshire. Providing hypnotherapy for the local area in Bicester, in Oxford, in Tring, in Chesham, in Princess Risborough, in Thames, in Leighton Buzzard, in Wendover, in Stone, in Wadesdon, in Stoke Mandeville, in Bierton, in Halton, in Aston Clinton, in Wing, in Winslow, in Long Crendon, in Berkhamsted, in Chinnor, in Bletchley, in Buckingham.




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