Panic Attacks can feel like your standing on the edge of a cliff or maybe standing on the edge of a cliff triggers your panic.
They can come on suddenly without notice and be gone within minutes or they can be persistent and linger for days or even weeks, leaving you feeling exhausted and worn out. No matter how often you experience them, panic attacks are awful!
Did you know there are different kinds of panic attacks?
There are two main types, random and triggered panic attacks. “Random Panic Attacks” typically stem from an intense fear that triggers a physical reaction when there is no real danger or apparent cause. In ‘Triggered Panic Attacks,” you may know what triggers you and avoid certain situations where that trigger may occur.
Common Panic Attack Symptoms
If you have ever experienced a panic attack while you’re driving a car, or sitting in a business meeting, you know what I’m talking about. The circumstances and conditions are different for everyone, but the symptoms are usually very similar.
Panic attacks are not life-threatening, but they can be very frightening and cause you to avoid certain situations where you think they might occur.
Why choose BWRT® or Hypnosis for Panic Attacks?
Your brain can get into a pattern of initiating the panic response automatically to the point where you cannot do anything except use coping mechanisms to try to help you get relief until the panic attack has subsided. BWRT® and Hypnosis are both very effective treatments for panic attacks, whether they are random or triggered. We retrain the brain to stop the initial response and create a new one. I have helped many clients diminish their panic attacks, and most overcome them completely.
* Many of the symptoms listed can resemble symptoms of other serious health issues, such as a heart attack. If you aren’t sure what’s causing your symptoms be sure to seek medical attention or get checked by your doctor.
*NOTE: Results may vary. Hypnosis results will vary from person to person. No individual results should be seen as typical.