Anxiety, Panic attacks, Fears and Phobias

Anxiety is a physiological and psychological state. Anxiety is a natural reaction that everyone experiences from time to time but sometimes anxiety starts to control some people's lives and it becomes a problem. People experience worry in the situations where most people would not. Anxiety can have a detrimental effect on work, private and social life, causing worries not just to the person but to the people around them.

Panic attacks are sudden periods of intense anxiety and confusing. The symptoms include chest pains, breathing difficulties, nausea, and dizziness, fear of dying, fear of losing control, flushes or chills and a tingling or numbness in the hands.

Phobias which mean fear or something are the most common forms of anxiety. When there is a real threat, for example if you are at the edge of the cliff, fear is a sensible response. A fear becomes a phobia when is growing an exaggerated or unrealistic sense of danger about certain situation (flying) or object (spider).

Below, is the list of most common phobias, but not not exhaust because there are thousands of them. Please let me know if you’d like to work the problem out at our session:

People can try to prevent anxiety avoiding certain triggers but panics do not stop completely by this way. Clinical Hypnotherapy is one of the known methods which are enabling to help overcoming anxiety and phobias. It normally takes couple of sessions to resolve identified problem.