Everyone gets anxious from time to time and this is perfectly normal. However,
when a panic or anxiety attack strikes, it feels anything but normal. A panic attack
can happen completely 'out of the blue', and often happen for little or no apparent
reason. The onset of a panic attack is usually very sudden, and typically, a panic
attack will last usually between 20 and 30 minutes. A panic attack is usually defined
as a period of intense fear, accompanied by a series of psychological or bodily
symptoms. These symptoms can include:
No matter what causes your panic or anxiety attacks, Hypnotherapy and NLP can
help to stop them. It helps you learn a different response to the triggers which cause
the panic, so you can feel calmer and more relaxed. For 10 years in my city centre
practice, I have successfully helped many people to:
Learn to be in control and reverse the symptoms.
Lose the fear and desensitise the situation.
Make permanent changes to their state of mind so panic attacks can disappear completely
Be more positive and confident.
Contact me now to discuss your specific condition and I will outline a personalised treatment plan to
suit your needs. I will give an estimation of how many sessions you may need and the cost. I offer a
free, no obligation, initial consultation in person, by phone or email.
Julia from Hove says ”Huge thanks for helping me with my crippling panic. I always felt very safe and relaxed with you.
It makes me wonder why I put up with my debilitating panic for so long. I still get uneasy at times but know that I have a tool to help me should I get stuck. You worked with me on a lot of different levels Martin .I am so happy to recommend you to others in the same plight.Sheila. B
If I hadn’t have come to you when I did I think my panic and anxiety would have spiralled out of control.Peter. Worthing.
BP from Hove says”It was stopping smoking with you that gave me the trust and confidence to work on my panic and depression too.
I was very surprised when my G.P recommended you to help with my panic attacks .I am so glad I gave it a go.Amanda. Western Road