AgoraphobiaHypnotherapy and Hypnobalancing™ in Berlin
When people stop going into situations or places in which they’ve previously had a panic attack in anticipation of it happening again probably they suffer from agoraphobia. Agoraphobia is an intense fear of leaving the home, being in crowded spaces, traveling on public transport and being in any place that is difficult to leave.
People with agoraphobia typically avoid public places where they feel immediate escape might be difficult, such as shopping malls, public transportation, or large sports arenas.
Many people with panic disorder develop agoraphobia. More than twice as many women than men report that they experience agoraphobia. Frequently, people report that the onset of their agoraphobia followed a stressful or traumatic event in their lives. It may be associated with a fearful thought that it could happen while they aren’t at home. The person concerned may have a panic attack when outside the home and this reinforces the belief that it is safer to stay inside. Their world may become smaller as they are constantly on guard, waiting for the next panic attack.
Some people develop a fixed route or territory, and it may become impossible for them to travel beyond their safety zones without suffering severe anxiety.
Agoraphobia is often also associated with depression.
Because people with severe agoraphobia have difficulty leaving their homes, this which makes the opportunities for treatment very limited.
Self-hypnosis has helped many patients with stress. Many sufferers usually report very quickly a noticeable improvement. Pondering, fears, mental and physical tension can be additionally reduced by self-hypnosis. Therefore, I teach my patients self-hypnosis to supplement the hypnosis sessions.
After positive trance experiences have been made with my support, self-hypnosis can be learned very quickly. This helps them to progress self-determined outside the therapy. It accelerates the process, deepens and consolidates the achievements. This also promotes the independence of the clients. A good therapist will be superfluous as soon as possible. Self-hypnosis is an excellent self-help method that can be used beyond the actual topic.
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