Treating Social Anxiety.
As human beings, we genuinely feel the need to be accepted by others, and this is why social anxiety is quite common.
It can occur in quite a few different circumstances, and may strike without notice. Even apparently simple social interactions, such as meeting good friends or queuing for a bus can trigger it.
It is just not out of the ordinary for social anxiety to result in problems active and in our romantic relationships, the problems can be diverse and subtle.
A lot of people with social anxiety disorder may encounter a number of troublesome situations such as speaking with people, eating or drinking in public, and being out shopping to mention just a few.
They might also naturally shy away from scenarios in which they fear they may be criticised or found inadequate.
Low self-esteem and feelings of insecurity are common attributes of social anxiety and these typically create relationship issues.
Without treatment, someone with social anxiety problems may develop panic attacks which can include feeling sick, chest pains, trembling and breathlessness.
The stress of continuing social phobia can lead to mental health issues such as depression, and can lead individuals to self-medicate with alcohol or other substances to get away from the feelings of anxiety.
It isn’t unusual for somebody with severe social anxiety to lose or leave their job, suffer marriage breakdown or perhaps stop socialising and even everyday life could be difficult.
Needless to say, it is a very devastating disorder if left to grow without check; the great thing is that hypnotherapy tactics are very effective at healing social anxiety at all stages of the condition.
Hypnotherapy is able to identify and treat any fundamental inappropriate beliefs that happen to be fueling the feelings of fear and worry.
Hypnotheraputic approaches aim to resolve these thoughts and reclaim the clients life.
By teaching the subconscious mind how to change the perception of these memories as well as changing the behaviour of the person’s thinking we re-establish favourable thinking and feelings of positivity, control and confidence.
Hypnotherapy treatments may help turn back the spiral of social anxiety and help the person resume a normal life – traditionally in only a small amount of sessions.
By making use of hypnotheraputic approaches people find it much easier to be around others and quite frankly just be “normal” again because they genuinely feel more relaxed and in control.
Everything in their life improves including relationships, socialising and business interactions as they genuinely feel more confident in all of them.
Sally Moore, a seasoned hypnotherapist, is a specialist in social anxiety, Sally works at Sally Moore Hypnotherapy based in Woodhall Spa and Lincoln Lincolnshire.