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Are you stressing out?
Do you feel helpless?
Out of control?
Frozen in place and procrastinating?

Hypnosis Can Help You!

Maybe you turn to food, drug, or alcohol and freeze altogether to cover up?

You are not alone; millions of people suffer from fears and anxiety.

Fear and anxiety affect the body in a multitude of ways including headaches, backaches, ulcers, illnesses such as cold and flu, sleepless nights, and much more.

Our response to fear and anxiety in other words “stress”, will determine if we will continue to suffer, bear the consequences, live a life of unfulfilled desires, OR look for a way to focus on success.

Hypnosis Can Help with Anxiety
  • Choosing different ways of thinking – will allow us to feel empowered instead of victimized. Taking action, being able to tell yourself: “I can handle this”
  • Develop more trust in your strength, go back to affirmations where you are energized and recharged.
  • The more focused you are on success, the better the outcome.
    The other side of fear is the solution, find it, work on it, and become better and better.
  • Do something new that will lead you to a new way of thinking,
  • Reward yourself when accomplished a task, you deserve it, and tell yourself how grateful you are for your success.
  • If you failed – this is not the end of the world, learn from it! If you don’t you may repeat this mistake, and this is wasting of time.
  • Stay away from negative people, if they are family members remind them that if they don’t have any positive thing to say – you are not interested in their comments.
  • Block yourself from negative energy and reinforce your positive and empowering energy.
  • Imagine surrounding yourself with a white light protective force shield when you are in the presence of negativity anxiety and fear.
  • Scan your body and mind from time to time, what state are you in? what do you need to raise your ceiling or increase your motivation level?
  • Whenever you made a mistake, remind yourself you made the best decision you could for your survival, based on the information you had at that time.
  • Tap into power within you, you have an abundance of it! Don’t think the neighbor’s grass is greener.
  • Don’t blame anything or anyone – including yourself for anything you are being, doing, having, or feeling. Choose to take responsibility for your actions.
  • When feeling stuck, make a list of small steps to take to reach your goal. This will help you to avoid the danger of procrastination and freezing altogether.
  • Watch for that moment of feeling stuck because they can create in your mind the fear of success or failure.
  • Give yourself the gift of excellence, perfectionism leads to a fear of failure, resulting in negative behavior.
  • Create balance in your life. Avoid extremes of any kind, instead embrace diversity don’t put all your emotional, physical, and mental energy into one area of your life.
  • You are the most important person in your life, loving yourself is essential for your well-being has it makes lots of room to spread your love around.
  • Be what you want to receive, you will get respect when you respect yourself.
  • When feeling out of control – take time for reevaluation and reset. Don’t let out of control situation drive you off the road.

Here’s a quick checklist to see if you could benefit from hypnotherapy to ease potential anxiety issues:

  • Does your anxiety interfere with your work, school, or family responsibilities?
  • Are you plagued by fears that you know are irrational, but can’t shake?
  • Do you believe that something bad will happen if certain things aren’t done a certain way?
  • Do you avoid everyday situations or activities because they cause you anxiety?
  • Do you experience sudden, unexpected attacks of heart-pounding panic?

If these symptoms are familiar to you, it is possible you suffer from an anxiety disorder.


San Diego Certified Hypnotherapist

Remember that anxiety is more than just a feeling, and don’t let anyone dismiss it as such if you are indeed a sufferer. As a product of the body’s fight-or-flight response, anxiety involves a wide range of physical symptoms. Because of these symptoms, someone who suffers from anxiety might mistake their disorder for a medical illness, and make numerous unnecessary trips to the pharmacy or doctor’s office. Therefore it is important to consult a physician and find out if the doctor will recommend hypnotherapy.



Call Hanna Fox today if you have questions about if Hypnotherapy is right for you. 619-988-7783