Hypnosis for Panic Attacks


A panic attack is a sudden and intense episode of fear or anxiety that can happen without warning. Panic attacks typically reach their peak intensity within minutes, but they can last for up to an hour. I help people reduce and often eliminate panic attacks using hypnosis. I have personal experience of panic attacks, which occurred when I was going through a very stressful period of my life. It was hypnosis for panic attacks which really helped me stop them. To hear more about my sessions in London to reduce panic attacks, click here.


Hypnosis for panic attacks in London


Hypnosis for panic attacks in London


Hypnosis for panic attacks will help you feel calmer and more in control. A panic attacks is really when we feel our anxiety symptoms are overwhelming. During a panic attack, you may experience a variety of physical and emotional symptoms, such as:


  • Rapid heart rate or palpitations
  • Sweating
  • Trembling or shaking
  • Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
  • Feeling of choking or suffocation
  • Chest pain or discomfort
  • Nausea or abdominal distress
  • Feeling dizzy, lightheaded, or faint
  • Feeling hot or cold flashes
  • Numbness or tingling sensations
  • Feeling of unreality or detachment from reality
  • Fear of losing control or going crazy
  • Fear of dying


Panic attacks can be extremely distressing but are not dangerous


Panic attacks can be extremely distressing but are not dangerous. The levels of anxiety can become disruptive to daily life. Panic attacks can occur in response to specific triggers, such as social situations, traumatic events or phobias, or they can occur spontaneously without any apparent cause. Panic attacks can also be a symptom of panic disorder, which is a type of anxiety disorder characterised by recurrent panic attacks and persistent fear of having future panic attacks. Hypnosis for panic attacks helps by looking at triggers and how to reduce symptoms too.

It is important to note that while panic attacks can be very scary and uncomfortable, they are not dangerous and do not cause physical harm. However, if you experience symptoms of a panic attack, it could be recommended to seek medical attention to rule out any underlying medical conditions and to receive appropriate treatment.


How hypnosis helps panic attacks


Hypnosis is a therapeutic technique that can be used to help you reduce your experience of panic attacks. As mentioned, panic attacks are often triggered by a strong emotional response to a particular situation or event, and can be characterised by symptoms such as sweating, rapid heart rate, shortness of breath, and feelings of intense fear or dread.

Through hypnosis, as a trained therapist, I can help you with panic attacks and identify and address the underlying psychological and emotional factors that are contributing to panic attacks. Hypnosis, as I use it at my London office, can help you access deeper parts of your subconscious mind and identify and reframe negative thought patterns and beliefs. These unhelpful thoughts may be contributing to your panic attacks.


Hypnosis for panic attacks and relaxation


Additionally, hypnosis can help you learn relaxation techniques that can be used to manage your symptoms of panic attacks. By inducing a state of deep relaxation, during London hypnosis sessions, I can help you reduce feelings of anxiety and stress, which can in turn help to reduce the frequency and intensity of panic attacks.

Hypnosis for panic attacks sessions can be an extremely powerful tool for you, if you experience panic attacks. It can help you identify and address the underlying emotional and psychological factors that are contributing to symptoms. I also provide practical techniques for managing and reducing the frequency and intensity of panic attacks.


To find out more about hypnosis and book sessions for panic attacks and anxiety, click here.


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Jason Demant Clinical Hypnotherapist
London hypnotherapist. Seeing Clients in King's Cross and online.