Stress, Anxiety, Panic Attacks & Depression
- 1 in 4 Australians suffer Anxiety 25%
- 1 in 6 Australians suffer Depression 17%
- Australians who suffer a Mental Health condition in their lifetime. Statistics courtesy of BeyondBlue. 45%
seeing only the negative
moodiness incl short temper
using alcohol to cope
nervous habits incl biting nails/pacing
lack of concentration
increased heart rate
adrenalin and pulse
avoidance of social or other situations
sad, down or miserable
loss of pleasure in usual activities
not going out anymore
not getting things done
negative thoughts, e.g.” I’m a failure”
tired all the time
headaches and muscle pains
Anxiety Panic Attacks and Depression Hypnotherapy
At Camberwell Hypnosis we know how debilitating and upsetting the symptoms of anxiety, stress and depression can be and we promise to provide a caring, understanding and professional space for you.
We have a very successful record helping our clients overcome stress, anxiety, panic attacks and depression. We will help you understand your anxiety triggers and give you tools to remain calm and in control. You will quickly see anxiety fading from your life and you will feel empowered to go about your life freely without fear or worry.
We will nurture you and encourage you to push through your own limiting beliefs. We have many tools to teach you so that you can easily and quickly harness your thoughts and welcome back relaxation and confidence. You will notice a positive difference after the first visit.
We are rewarded immensely by seeing the positive changes in our clients.
Your feelings determine your behaviour and your behaviour is a symptom of your environment and the way you live your life. If you’re feeling overwhelmed then take a moment to think about your environment and the way you live your life.
Stress and Anxiety is often the mind signaling us to slow down. Are you feeling the effects of a busy and demanding lifestyle? Can you remember when you put yourself first? Surprisingly most people I ask haven’t in a long time, actually many struggle to remember when.
Here’s something you can do right now to de-stress – find a quiet and comfortable spot where you won’t be disturbed, close your eyes, focus on your breathing – in, pause, out – Just 10 slow and steady breaths, keep bringing the mind back to the breath and feel the relaxation effects beginning. Continue for as long as you can. Take a few moments to do this a couple of times a day.
Stress isn’t always bad. In small doses, it can help you perform under pressure and motivate you to do your best. But when you’re constantly running in stress mode, your mind and body pay the price.
Anxiety is the most common mental health condition in Australia. It’s normal to feel anxious when facing a challenging situation, such as a job interview, an overseas flight. But its not healthy to feel anxiety daily or more days than not. Heightened anxiety also leads to full blown panic attacks.
Panic Attacks (or anxiety attacks) are episodes of intense panic or fear and can occur suddenly and without warning. They usually last less than 30 minutes and there are strong physical symptoms that can include changes in breathing, sweating and rapid heart rate. Often the fear of having another panic attack results in a cycle of anxiety including avoidance of public places or places where escape is not easy.
Depression can be triggered from prolonged stress and anxiety. Many people with anxiety disorders also suffer from depression at some point. Anxiety and depression are believed to stem from the same biological vulnerability, which may explain why they so often go hand-in-hand. Since depression makes anxiety worse (and vice versa).