Panic Disorder / Attacks

NHS description:

Panic disorder is where you have recurring and regular panic attacks, often for no apparent reason.

If you are a sufferer you will know that the symptoms can be very intense, and you can have an overwhelming sense of fear, apprehension and foreboding, without knowing why. You will also probably have the feelings of nausea, your heart racing, sweating and shaking and you can’t catch your breath, leaving you feeling very scared, even feeling like you may die.

A Panic attack does not usually last more that 10 minutes, and the frequency varies form person to person.This can be a frightening experience, and cause a lot of anxiety for sufferers, as a ‘panic attack’ can come out of the blue, leaving you on tender-hooks and compounding anxiety.

Sufferers can also start to ‘catastrophize’ which is believing something is, or going to be much much worse than it is.

There can be many reasons as to why Panic attacks have occurred.

Hypnotherapy is a great complementary treatment, alongside other medical treatment or therapies you may have, to help you relax and manage the ‘attacks’ very effectively.

Note: it is important that Panic Disorder has been diagnosed by your Doctor.

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