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anyone had hypnosis for anxiety and depression?

February 10, 2014 by relax  
Filed under Hypnosis Questions & Answers

Question by sesame: anyone had hypnosis for anxiety and depression?
proper hypnosis not a tape or anything.

Best answer:

Answer by Terry W
I have not had hypnosis for anxiety and depression, I have helped many to overcome them becuase I am a hypnotherapy.

It is very powerful.

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One Response to “anyone had hypnosis for anxiety and depression?”
  1. Piper G says:

    Negative emotions (like sadness, stress, anger, etc.) causes your Serotonin production to be low; when your Serotonin level is low, you are more prone to getting Anxiety, Panic Attacks, Depression, etc.

    Medication like Antidepressants (SSRI – Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitor) helps to boost Serotonin level.
    But there are natural ways to do it without medication. There’s this strange herb called “St John’s Wort” – it is said to be more effective than Prozac. No, it is not for mild depression only and ignore those sayings. In fact, it does help anxiety and panic-attacks as St John’s Wort works like prozac. Other natural ways will be exercise, diet, more exposure to light, etc.

    The problem is that, even if your Serotonin is balanced… you have that “learned behavior” in your mind. You need to break that initial cycle to destroy that learned behavior – Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT) does this. A technique that you can use without CBT will be Distraction… There are several other techniques to help cope them!
    Ok, to use Distraction: Firstly, try to….

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