How Can You Stop Feeling Anxious and Worrying?
Frequent feelings of anxiety, physical tension and daily worrying about “what might happen” take the enjoyment out of life.
BWRT and hypnotherapy can help you to dissolve anxiety, feel more at ease and stop worrying.
What is Anxiety and Why Do We Get It?
Anxiety can be triggered by anything that the brain perceives as a threat. It uses anxiety to steer us away from these ‘threats,’ and will use as little or as much anxiety necessary to do so. This protective mechanism works well when the fear is rational but can cause great distress when it’s irrational.
We are all born with only two fears, the fear of falling and the fear of loud noises; all other fears are ‘learned’ by our brains as we live. If our brains can ‘learn’ an anxiety, they can also ‘learn’ how to overcome it and a live life free from fear.
We can work together using BWRT, hypnotherapy or a combination of techniques to help to rewire your brain’s responses to perceived threats.
This will calm the physical symptoms, bring clarity to the mind and promote feelings of confidence and calm inner strength.
At Freedom From Anxiety Clinic, we understand that living with anxiety and constant worry can feel overwhelming and isolating.
Our accredited and experienced therapists are dedicated to helping you overcome these challenges with a personalized approach using a combination of therapies and helpful techniques.
These therapies have been proven to effectively address the root causes of anxiety and worry, empowering you to live a more balanced, fulfilling life.
Anxiety seems to appear in nearly everyone’s lives
It can come from our jobs, our homes, our relationships or any other situation.
Anxiety issues can suffocate your enjoyment of life. It can range from tense feelings that make the chest constrict while merely having a cup of coffee with a friend, to feelings of dread associated with an event that you should logically be able to cope with. Anxiety attacks or even panic attacks can strike at any time.
Most of the time you know there’s nothing to worry out about, that you need to get over it and life would be easier if you just didn’t think about it so much. You know that your mind is overreacting, but it feels impossible to stop the endless loop of worry.
The symptoms of anxiety fall into three categories:
- physical (e.g. tension, blushing, sweating, and shaking)
- cognitive (e.g. negative thoughts and beliefs)
- behavioural (e.g. avoidance and safety behaviours)
Discover How Our Therapies Can Bring Natural Relief From Anxiety
How Can BWRT Help to Relieve Anxiety?
Brainworking Recursive Therapy (BWRT®) is a very effective natural therapy which provides a rational answer to an irrational problem by re-routing/rewiring old pathways in the brain and creating new pathways that provide a different response.
Once the brain is ‘taught’ the new way, the anxiety simply disappears because the brain recognizes that it’s no longer necessary.
There are no exercises or follow-up work for clients to do once therapy is complete because the work is done at the early part of the brain before it reaches a conscious level.
You’ll be rewired for life. Most anxieties are overcome in 2-5 sessions. Learn more about BWRT to release anxiety naturally.
How Can Hypnotherapy Help to Relieve Anxiety?
Hypnotherapy views anxiety as something carried from the past. Thought about now. Projected into the future.
Hypnotherapy not only deals with your anxious symptoms in the now but investigates your past to find and release the root cause of the anxiety. It helps you to trace the sensations of anxiety back into the past as far as we need to go to clear them permanently.
By treating the root cause as well as the symptoms we are working to alleviate the anxiety at its deepest level. When thinking about the future you will find you feel calmer and in control.
This helps to create a positive cycle where you find yourself feeling confident about the future and much more relaxed in the present.
Learn more about hypnotherapy to release anxiety naturally.
How Can CBT Help to Relieve Anxiety?
CBT provides a structured and evidence-based approach to address the root causes of anxiety. By working collaboratively with your therapist, you’ll learn practical techniques to identify and challenge negative thought patterns that fuel anxiety.
Through this process, you’ll gain a deeper understanding of your emotions and develop effective coping strategies to navigate anxious moments.
As you implement these strategies in your daily life, you’ll experience a gradual reduction in anxiety and an increased sense of empowerment.
Learn more about CBT to release anxiety naturally.
How Can EFT Tapping Help to Relieve Anxiety?
By gently tapping on specific acupressure points on the face and hands, EFT helps rebalance the body’s energy system and alleviate anxiety symptoms.
Through the process of stating the problem and tapping through the points whilst focusing on how you feel, you can release the pent-up tensions and accumulated anxiety symptoms.
Take charge of managing stress and anxiety with the gentle power of EFT tapping and reclaim your emotional well-being.
Learn more about EFT Tapping to release anxiety with ease.
More about ome of the most frequent types of anxiety
General Anxiety: This is characterized by excessive and persistent worry about everyday things, such as work, finances, health, or family. You may also experience physical symptoms such as fatigue, muscle tension, restlessness, and difficulty sleeping. Successful therapy for generalised anxiety can help reduce excessive worry and physical symptoms, and improve overall quality of life.
Panic Disorder: This is characterized by sudden and intense episodes of fear or panic, often accompanied by physical symptoms such as sweating, trembling, chest pain, and shortness of breath. Panic attacks can occur without warning and may lead to avoidance behaviors. Successful therapy for panic disorder can help to greatly reduce the frequency and intensity of panic attacks, and help you to learn coping strategies to manage symptoms.
Social Anxiety: This is characterized by a fear of social situations, including embarrassment or scrutiny by others. People experiencing social anxiety may avoid social situations, have difficulty speaking in public, or worry excessively about being judged by others. Successful therapy for social anxiety can help reduce anxiety in all social situations, improve social skills, and increase confidence.
Specific Phobias: This is characterized by an intense and irrational fear of a specific object or situation, such as heights, spiders, or flying. When you have specific phobias you may experience intense anxiety or panic when confronted with the object of your fear. Successful therapy for specific phobias is designed to release the fear and avoidance behaviors, and increase calm confidence.
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD): This can occur after experiencing or witnessing a traumatic event, such as violence, abuse, accident or having surgery. People with PTSD may experience flashbacks, nightmares, and intense anxiety or fear related to the traumatic event. Successful therapy for PTSD can neutralise the intrusive memories and reduce symptoms of anxiety and distress, improving quality of life.
Complex PTSD (C-PTSD): This mental health condition develops in response to chronic or repeated traumatic events. Whilst traditional PTSD is often associated with a single traumatic incident, C-PTSD arises from prolonged exposure to traumatic situations and can result from childhood neglect, abuse or victimization. Symptoms may include difficulties with regulating emotions, problems with forming and maintaining relationships, poor self esteem, and a sense of hopelessness or helplessness. Successful therapy for C-PTSD can help you to regain a sense of agency and control over your life and improve overall mental health.