Once your anxiety is triggered it follows an unconscious thought process, it is possible to hijack this process and lead it into another direction.
Falling asleep or waking up in the middle of the night and then finding it difficult to fall back to sleep are common symptoms of anxiety. This little tip will help.
I teach these sort of exercises to all of my clients. Learning ways in which you can take control of your thinking and actions which will lead to new neuro pathways in the brain, which will start to take you away from those old anxiety symptoms.
Another useful pattern interrupt to use when you feel the anxiety coming on. Doing this exercise will stop your anxiety neuro pathway firing and interrupt that thinking pattern.
Panic attacks can be a symptom of an underlying anxiety. They can happen right out of the blue with seemingly no rhyme or reason as mine did, or they can be re occurring experiences which lead to more anxiety.
Being aware of our internal dialogue, what we say to ourselves, can have an affect on the ways we behave and react to situations. Changing that dialogue can lead to a more positive outlook, affecting moods, motivation and leading to positive behaviours.
You don't have to believe in hypnosis for it to work.
Hypnosis provides the enviro-mental conditions that facilitate the making of neuro pathways in your brain that lead to the behaviours you want.
Hypnosis can give you time out, to take a break and and give you time to work on what's important to you.