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Hypnotherapy for Fears and Phobias

Butterfly. Photo (c) Andrew Grant

A phobia is described as an extreme irrational fear or aversion to something which can be: a place, a person, an object, an animal a situation or a feeling. It can result in a relentless feeling of dread and can become extremely debilitating and restrictive as you employ a variety of avoidance tactics in your day to day life. A phobia is a form of anxiety and like any form of anxiety triggers the fight or flight response in you when you are exposed to, or sometimes even merely think about, the source of your fear. Symptoms you will experience are similar to that of any anxiety attack and include: palpitations, nausea, sweating, dizziness, shaking, stomach upsets and shortness of breath. As humans we are born with only two fears, loud noises and falling. All other fears and phobias are learned behaviours. Common phobias include: spiders, wasps, flying, fear of open spaces, fear of enclosed spaces and social phobia.

There are a range of techniques combing both hypnotherapy and NLP that can access the root cause of your fear or phobia and using gentle but powerful techniques and suggestions, break down the conditioned response that has been built up in your unconscious mind. Through desensitisation to the trigger you will develop a more relaxed and confident approach allowing you to go on with your day to day life unrestricted.

Banish those fears and phobias today by getting in touch and finding out how hypnotherapy can help you.