Updated: Aug 8
Sometime or the other we all have experienced some level of anxiety.
While some level of anxiety is normal and even adaptive in certain situations, excessive, persistent anxiety can be a sign of anxiety disorder.
Anxiety becomes a health concern when it interferes with a person's daily life and ability to cope with everyday functioning.
What Does anxiety Look Like?
Anxiety can take many different forms, and it can be caused by a variety of factors.
Some people may experience generalized anxiety, which is a persistent feeling of worry and fear that can affect their daily life.
Others may experience panic attacks, which are intense episodes of fear or terror that can be accompanied by physical symptoms like a racing heart or sweating, and muscle tension.
Anxiety disorders can range from mild to severe and can have a significant impact on a person's quality of life.
Experiencing stress and anxiety can lead to the emergence of self-doubt, diminished self-esteem, a decrease in confidence, and frequent episodes of stress and anxiety. It is quite common to develop a persistent state of fear and heightened vigilance, anticipating the arrival of these emotions.
So what causes anxiety?
Well, there are many potential factors, including genetics, brain chemistry, biological and environmental stressors. Traumatic experiences, abuse or neglect, can also contribute to the development of anxiety.
Some signs of high functioning anxiety are:
Pre-occupation with fear of judgement and failure
If you are struggling persistently with any of the above symptoms and it’s effecting your daily life, it’s important to seek help and support.
How does RTT Hypnotherapy work in overcoming anxiety?
RTT is a therapeutic approach that can help individuals identify and release the underlying causes of their anxiety, whether it’s a traumatic experience from their past or negative thought patterns that are holding them back.
During the RTT session I will work with my client to guide them to identify the root cause of their anxiety and help release it using some specific tools such as hypnosis, CBT, NLP, to address the root causes of anxiety and help reframe negative thoughts and beliefs and replace them with more positive, empowering ones.
One of the great things about RTT is that it’s relatively a short-term therapy. There is no endless talking involved for months and years. You can gain insight and understanding, shift perspectives, and transform fast.
Many people experience significant improvements after just 1-3 sessions. And because RTT is client centered approach, individual will be an active participant in their own healing from the comfort of your own house.
Nurturing Resilience and Self-Worth, an essential aspect of the RTT approach is cultivating self-compassion and fostering a sense of worthiness. We delve into the importance of self-care, self-acceptance, and embracing vulnerability as catalysts for healing anxiety. By guiding individuals towards a place of self-compassion, we help them build resilience and unlock their true potential.
If you are struggling with anxiety, know that you are not alone.
RTT can help you overcome the underlying causes of your anxiety and empower you to live a more fulfilling life.
By unraveling the subconscious drivers, incorporating transformative RTT techniques, and honoring the mind-body connection, we guide individuals towards resilience and transformation.
I invite you to book a free complimentary call with me.
We can discuss your anxiety, explore how RTT can help you, and answer any questions you may have. Together we can create a customized plan to help you overcome your anxiety and start living the life you deserve.