Help With Panic Attacks
Panic attacks can be very scary and alarming, panic attacks can strike at any time, they can make you feel anxious, powerless and out of control. Panic attacks can result in all sorts of strange feelings in the body a common one I come across is pins and needles. However you can lower the intensity of the panic attack feelings by retraining your mind to respond differently. The video below is an insight into the kind of work I do with my clients to help them overcome panic attacks.
Overcome panic attacks
Some clients come to me saying “Debbie I feel like I am going mad, am I going to die how do I stop the panic attack”. As a Hypnotherapist/NLP Specialist, let me assure you that you are not alone, many people experience this problem, but in my 15 years of experience, many people do learn to cope and do eventually overcome panic attacks successfully.
What is a panic attack?
During a panic attack the body’s ‘fight of flight’ system kicks in and floods the body with adrenalin. Adrenalin can cause a number of different physical and emotional sensations that may affect you during a panic attack. Some examples are: muscles tense up; breathing becomes faster; the heart pumps harder; become pale; digestion slows down; salivary glands dry up; senses become more alert; sweating increases.
Then you get your reactions which may occur in a matter of seconds. The reactions may include: very rapid breathing; feeling unable to breathe; very rapid heartbeat; pains in your chest; feeling faint or dizzy; sweating; ringing in your ears; tingling or numbness in your hands and feet; hot or cold flushes; feeling nauseous; wanting to go to the toilet; feelings of absolute terror; feelings of unreality.
How can I help you with Panic Attacks?
The first step along the road to recovery is recognising that you have the power to control your symptoms. I can help you: take control; use creative visualisation and affirmations; teach you relaxation techniques; how to breathe correctly; eat the right foods and so much more. For more information I have a self hypnosis recording which can help you, follow the link to read more about it:http://www.debbiewilliamsassociates.co.uk/stop_panic.htm