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Panic attacks. Frightening and unpleasant but not beyond control.

Panic attacks can feel overwhelming, like a heart attack, so some people end up in A&E. Hypnosis guides you to full and permanent recovery. read more

Added on 15.08.2017

Breathing Clinic now open in Glasgow

Panic is often maintained by the way we breathe. You can help overcome panic and anxiety by a few sessions learning a better way to breathe read more

Added on 16.01.2017

Worrying that you are seriously ill?

Undiagnosed symptoms can be very alarming. The symptoms are real but the doctor tells you there is nothing wrong. What is going on? read more

Added on 13.10.2014

Anxiety makes us more aware of potential threats

Anxiety is maintained by the ways we think and the things we do. They keep us on standby, always on the lookout for things to go wrong. read more

Added on 11.08.2014

Am I ill? All these symptoms and no diagnosis

If the doctor advises that you are well, but you have all these symptoms, what can you do? read more

Added on 24.05.2014

Constantly anxious? Don't suffer any more. There is effective help.

Chronic anxiety leads to long term health problems - IBS, insomnia, depression, heart disease. Get back on track with hypnotherapy. read more

Added on 06.01.2014

I feel anxious all the time. What if it never goes away?

This fear that we cannot control these anxious feelings can make us dread normal life. We stay off work, avoid our friends, feeling worse and worse. read more

Added on 31.12.2013

3 things to know about panic attacks

Panic attacks seem to be come out of the blue and the feelings are overwhelming and terrifying. Fear of another one can interfere with our lives. read more

Added on 30.07.2013

CBT and psychodynamic therapy - is one more effective for anxiety disorders?

Arguments rage over whether CBT (a brief therapy) is less effective than psychodynamic therapy, which is holistic and takes much longer. Well, is it? read more

Added on 15.07.2013

Out of the blue

Our brains response to an anxiety trigger immediately, automatically. The trigger might be hard to spot, but we can manage the symptoms. read more

Added on 10.12.2012

Joanna Lumley resolved panic attacks with hypnosis

Joanna Lumley suffered panic attacks. Melvyn Bragg suffered from depression. This kinds of problems are very common and treatable with hypnosis. read more

Added on 24.10.2011

Panic attacks and fear of fainting

One of the causes of panic attacks is overbreathing, which is a physiologic response to anxiety. Changing your style of breathing will help. read more

Added on 26.05.2011

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