Hypnotherapy for Fears & Phobias

We are aware of hundreds of distinct anxieties and phobias. They all have an impact on our life in some manner. Claustrophobia, hydrophobia, fear of flying, fear of public speaking, fear of darkness, and dread of death are some examples of prevalent phobias. Despite the fact that fears and phobias appear to be quite similar, they are really distinct. When faced with a potentially dangerous situation, fear is a natural reaction. When the sympathetic nervous system detects danger, adrenaline is released.

It gets us ready to fight or flee. This is known as the fight or flight reaction, in which our heart rate rises, blood rushes to our bigger muscles, and blood sugar rises, preparing us to respond to an emergency. Fear is an illogical, irrational response to various objects, circumstances, or activities in the case of phobia. All phobias are erroneous beliefs accompanied by significant physiological responses. Distress is so great that a person would go to any length to escape it. They are aware that their response is illogical, yet they are unable to change it.

  • Sweating
  • Breathlessness
  • Increase in heart rate
  • Trembling, shaking
  • Discomfort in chest area
  • Panic
  • Discomfort or pain in stomach area
  • Choking feeling
  • Tingling sensation
  • Losing control
  • Fainting
There are 3 categories of Phobias :
  • Specific (animal phobia, natural environment phobia, such as fear of heights or water, situation phobia, like claustrophobia, fear of flying, fear of dentist, etc).
  • Social (fear of different social or performance situations, such as public speaking)
  • Agoraphobia (fear of certain places, perceived to be unsafe and difficult to escape. Person suffering from agoraphobia finds it difficult to go out of the house, or going out in open spaces)

Our Core Practices

No matter how many or to what depth you want to discuss with us, we prioritize listening to all your concerns and address to absolute fulfillment.