Phobias

Terrified of flying? Fearful of snakes? Heights make you crazy? Whatever fears you have been suffering with can be eliminated. There is a wonderful method of changing the way the brain responds to the stimulus. You don't have to spend another minute in fear! Find out how hypnosis can set you free.

Phobias are not fun and they are not to be taken lightly. Just ask a person who is afraid of enclosed spaces what they go through every time they board an elevator.No matter what fear or phobia you have, and there are more than a thousand of them, you don't need anyone to tell you how restrictive they can be.

You may have tried facing up to them in the past, but unless you were successful you probably now have a strategy of avoidance. This in effect means that you will do anything to avoid being confronted by the thing, event or situation that the phobia is associated with.

Conscious intervention doesn't always work.

You know logically that your fear is out of proportion. You know intellectually that what you fear will propably never happen but it does not stop the feeling of panic coming about. You can feel anxious, nervous, your heart feels like its beating faster, you may feel hot and even break out in a sweat... and all you want to do is run away. Logic does not help you because this behaviour, this reaction is outside of your conscious control mind, and is considered to come from your subconscious mind.

Hypnotherapy from Peaceful Empowerment can help to stop that old behaviour and associated reaction.

One choice for phobia treatment is hypnotherapy. If you are seeking treatment, then this may be something to consider.

1. Hypnotherapy can work for a wide range of different phobias. While many treatments are limited to specific fears and issues, hypnotherapy can be successful in a number of different phobias. Hypnotherapy can help with such phobias as fear of open spaces, fear of enclosed spaces, fear of death, fear of heights, fear of specific items like needles or spiders, and fear of specific situations like public speaking or flying.

2. Hypnotherapy has proven to be extremely effective in the long term. Often, some therapies will only offer temporary relief from the fear. Hypnotherapy, however, can actually cure the phobia, providing lasting benefits for the person who has suffered. This way, the person will be able to live their life without worry that the phobia could return.

Hypnosis helps by:

Desensitising the client to the stimulus i.e. spiders, the flying experience.

Learning a new, more relaxed response and helping you to become much more calm in situations where you are likely to encounter the stimulus.

Teaching you how to feel more in control so you can be free of your fears and start to go where you want and do what you want.