Beat Panic Attacks with Hypnotherapy London

Panic attacks can be truly terrifying and even feel like you’re having a heart attack. There can be many triggers for panic attacks and they can even take you by surprise. If you want to be free from panic attacks in London then Cognitive Hypnotherapy could be just what you’re looking for today.

Have you experienced panic attack symptoms?

  • Tightness in throat/chest?
  • Shortness of breath, maybe felt like crying?
  • Heart racing and shaky hands?
  • Pins and needles sensation?
  • Not feeling connected to the world around you?
  • Sudden, overwhelming fear that was not expected?

What is a panic attack?

A panic attack is a ‘fight or flight’ response to a perceived threat.

In prehistoric times that threat would have been a saber tooth tiger but in today's world the ‘threat’ could be the thought of giving a presentation, getting on an airplane, meeting your boss, or entering a crowded environment, for example.

If you are interested in understanding more about the flight or flight response read my blog article here.

I Show You How To Overcome Panic Attacks

Cognitive Hypnotherapy works with the unconscious mind and swiftly gets to the root cause of the panic attack and then changes how you think about that perceived ‘threat’ so you no longer respond in the same way using powerful mindset reprogramming.

  • You will learn how to prevent panic attacks and stop panic attacks from even happening
  • You will think and react differently
  • You will learn skills to remain calm and in control at all times.

Imagine for a moment...what would you be able do with panic attacks no longer present in your life?

Call 020 7099 7786 & Beat Panic Attacks Today with Cari Wesby & Hypnotherapy London.

Dominic Fennell, Lecturer, London*

Hypnotherapy for Anxiety in London

Even from the first session with Cari, I felt totally reassured that there was light at the end of the tunnel. I feel strongly that the therapy itself has prevented panic attacks from even starting, and in the now rare situations where I would have been liable to be anxious in the past, my response to them has been highly rational, which tends to nip an attack in the bud. I was asked to sum up my anxiety-free self in a few sentences, and the one that has really stuck with me ever since has been: “I can do whatever I want.”