FIGHT Your Fear
FIGHT The FEAR with FEAR GO
I’ve started this website because a few years ago I started to have panic attacks while driving on motorways.
For a while it became quite debilitating but over time I found ways to deal with my driving anxiety to the extent that it rarely bothers me now.
I learned how to deal with panic attacks by visiting a hypnotherapist and those experiences have totally changed my views of the world, to the extent that I took NLP training and I’m now a qualified NLP practitioner and hypnotherapist.
My aim with this website is to bring together information, articles, life stories etc to demystify Hypnotherapy and Hypnosis and to show how the benefits can be easily applied to everyday living, from
curing phobias, dealing with panic attacks, improving sports performance, particularly the mental aspect of golf ( which is a particular passion of mine) to just generally creating a feeling of well-being, relaxation and confidence.
Enjoy the site, I hope you find what you are looking for!
Here you will find advice on learning how to deal with panic attacks, phobias,
stage fright, driving fear, coping with anxiety, self help tips, symptoms, causes, prevention and treatment, in fact anything and everything to do with helping yourself
to FIGHT YOUR FEAR!
A panic attack is a sudden surge of overwhelming anxiety and fear. Your heart pounds and you can’t breathe. You feel dizzy and sick to your stomach. You may even feel like you’re dying or going crazy. Left untreated, panic attacks can lead to panic disorder and
other problems. They may even cause you to withdraw from normal activities. But panic is treatable – and the sooner you seek help, the better. With treatment, you can reduce or eliminate the symptoms of panic and regain control of your life.
Everyone feels anxious and under stress from time to time. Situations such as meeting tight
deadlines, important social obligations or driving in heavy traffic, often bring about anxious feelings. Such mild
anxiety may help make you alert and focused on facing threatening or challenging circumstances. On the other hand, anxiety disorders cause severe distress over a period of time and disrupt the lives of individuals suffering from them. The frequency and intensity of anxiety involved in these disorders is often debilitating. But fortunately, with proper and effective treatment, people suffering from anxiety disorders can lead normal lives.
Psychological studies show that your mind and your
body are strongly linked. As your mental health declines, your physical health can wear down, and if your
physical health declines, it can make you feel mentally “down.” A positive outlook can help keep you
TAKE BACK CONTROL OF YOUR LIFE!