Use of Hypnotherapy to Treat Anxiety Disorders.
Anxiety disorders are nothing to be ashamed of, on the contrary, they re very common. Anxiety disorders come in variety of manifestations: generalized anxiety disorders, obsessive-compulsive disorders, phobias, panic disorders, post-traumatic stress disorders among others. While each type of anxiety has different symptoms, all have the same cause and that is overwhelming fear.
According to most mental health professionals, anxiety disorders are caused by both nature and nurture. In other words, your biological makeup as well as the environment you live in can contribute to an irrational fear that spawned an endless cycle of worries. Hypnotherapy is another way of treating anxiety disorders, and it has been proven to be working. Hypnotherapy is carried out by a person skilled in the work and is known as a hypnotherapist.
The professionals employ various strategies with the aim of helping the person be at ease and also achieve an altered state of awareness. This form of therapy is not typically used on its own to treat anxiety disorders but in combination with conventional methods.
Behaviours are gotten from memory when things happen in our lives, and our bodies react both physically and feeling wise. Recurrence of an identical happening causes us to react in the same way we did the first time it happened due to the emotions linked to our minds.
persons with mental complications like anxiety or phobias have in most cases acquired these reactions which are not healthy. With different hypnosis techniques, the patient can help to remember the situation that provoked the first reaction and replace these responses with the right ones eliminating the acquired behavior from the minds.
When an individual is relaxed, their body and mind are very relaxed, and their blood pressure and heart rate are lower. When in a hypnotic state the brain working is changed and the person is more welcoming to new suggestions. This state of relaxation is very efficient in helping the individual to change their look of things and is also good in helping a person to stop bad habits like smoking and nail biting. Hypnotherapy has also been proven to be good for managing pain in patients with very severe pain by eliminating the pain awareness.
This kind of therapy helps one remember traumatizing things that occurred in their past which the person could not trace and was the source of their problem. In a relaxed hypnotized state, the event or situation may be revealed and the individual can then begin to receive psychotherapy treatment or these issues.
Hypnotherapy is not the most appropriate approach for individuals suffering from severe psychosis which involves distorted view of reality or it could be due to drug and substance abuse.