People who don’t have anxiety fail to realise that it isn’t just all in your head, it can affect you physically also.
Did you know there are more nerve endings connected from you brain to your gut than anywhere else in your body?
This is the reason why you feel that tightness in your stomach during moments of bad anxiety, and if you don’t feel it there you will notice it most likely in your chest and even throat.
When you expereicne a negative stimuli such as a signal you see, feel or hear through your senses it is processed in the mind and can trigger negative emotions and hormones in your body.
The experience activates a part of your mind called the ‘primitive mind’ which stores the 2 basic emotions of fight or flight.
FIGHT OR FLIGHT
If you are walking alone at night somewhere and suddenly hear loud footsteps behind you your brain takes this signal in and processes it most likely releasing the feeling of fear and dread inside you.
You then have the natural reactions of fight or flight, eg turn around and see whats there, or run away.
Anxiety sufferers often get trapped in the fight or flight feelings, yet unable to respond or flee they feel stuck in a state of depression. This is felt by the constant over analysing of situations from the past and future, worrying too deeply on issues that others seem to be able to brush to one side and having very low self worth.
Hypnotherapy has been proven to help people banish anxiety and live a much more positive life through several psychological and scientific studies (listed below this article).
• Clearing emotional baggage from the past using traditional, calm and safe hypnotherapy.
• Removing the physical sensations of anxiety through modern & rapid techniques.
• Changing how you react to stressful situations and people in your life through retraining your mind to react much differently to incidents.BOOK HERE
Freedom from the past and emotional baggage
The first step for anyone who visits The MindPT is a deep and very special technique to clear emotional baggage so that you can begin to build a new positive mindset that will mean the feelings of anxiety in your body reduce then can go
Create new habits of clearing your mind and feeling positive
In addition to intensive mind coaching you will learn techniques that you can use yourself for the future for whenever the road of life gets a little bumpy
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