07 Jul Dealing with Stress and Anxiety Attacks
Dealing with stress has never been more important than it is today. Stress is the inability to cope with the demands of the individual’s expectations and the burden can have an adverse effect both emotionally and physically. It is one of the most common mental health problems in the UK.
In small, infrequent incidences, the effects of stress can be tolerated. However, in prolonged or intense incidences, it can have an adverse effect on relationships, physical health, and lead to depression and even suicide.
Anxiety attacks and stress manifest themselves in different ways; sweating, muscle tension, fast or irregular heartbeats, indigestion, tiredness, and even depression.
Integrative psychotherapy and hypnosis can eliminate the root cause of stress.
If you are suffering from anxiety attack symptoms I am certain I can help you.
I have helped to cure rapidly and permanently anxiety, panic anxiety attacks and all types of phobias. This includes agoraphobia, social phobia, flying phobia, and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).