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Hypnosis for Panic Attacks

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People struggling with major stress are often prone to panic attacks. There are multiple reasons why a person may experience a panic attack. It could be circumstantial, a life experience, or even genetic. People who experience panic attacks describe it as feeling sick. It causes heart palpitations, excessive sweating, hot flashes, feeling dizzy, and inability to breathe properly. The question is: can panic attacks be modified or stopped through hypnosis?

To Each to Their Own

It is quite hard to put a finger on what triggers panic attacks in every person. The reason can vary from individual to individual, therefore, coming up with a one for all solution is difficult. We will consider stresses and fears as the primary cause of panic attacks here.

Hypnosis Applications

Hypnosis for stresses and fears can help rebuild self-belief and boost confidence, as well as help to reduce feelings of worry. It can help you learn and build on your ability to access a calmer state of mind, which is needed to help cope with the overwhelming emotions you’re feeling.

Hypnosis for panic attacks aims to access your subconscious and use the power of suggestion to promote positive change. The suggestions used by a hypnotist are tailored to your individual situation. This will address what is causing your panic attacks and why, and will work to change the way your body responds to triggers.

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Conclusion

We believe that through positive affirmations added to the hypnosis routine, panic attacks can be addressed or modified from the root. If you or a loved one is suffering from panic attacks, consider hypnosis as a solution. Self-hypnosis is also an option, but we strongly advise you to leave the job to professionals. Choose the experts at Mind Enhancement Center in Hurst, TX and let our hypnotists lead you through the process. Give us a call at (817) 589-7407 to learn more about our services.   

Weight-Loss Hypnosis: How Does It Work?

With summer just around the corner, many people look forward to wearing bathing suits, sundresses, and shorts to beat the heat. But are you worried that these outfits may reveal your insecurities? If you are feeling self-conscious or dissatisfied about what you see in the mirror, then it may be beneficial to re-evaluate what you really want when it comes to your weight.

When you decide to participate in a weight-loss hypnosis program, you can reduce weight and restore your well-being. In this month’s blog, we will show you exactly how weight-loss hypnosis works and what you have to do to get your desired results. 

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Change Your Negative Habits 

Hypnosis for weight loss will not work if some patterns are not changed, especially your eating habits. Hypnosis can help you eliminate all your food cravings and unhealthy eating behaviors. For instance, a hypnotist may ask you to place food cravings inside a cloud or a helium balloon and send them up into the sky to disappear completely. This method aims to re-educate your unconscious mind—the part that creates cravings and gives you back control over what you eat. 

Think Positively 

People tend to achieve what they think they can achieve, which also applies to weight loss. If you can believe in yourself and believe that you can change, you are already on track. Weight reduction hypnosis will train and help you to think positively and achieve your body’s goals. It will give you the motivation and passion you need to make you passionate about changing, succeeding, and programming your mind to think positively. 

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Stick to the Program 

Just doing 30 minutes of jogging a day won’t give you a flat stomach, just like engaging in only one hypnosis session won’t help you stick to the diet. That being said, sticking with your hypnosis sessions regularly can indeed help you change your eating habits and achieve your goals. It will help control your weight and effectively maintain the results in the long run.

Related: Learn more about how hypnosis can help with weight control here

Conclusion 

In summary, to effectively reduce weight and restore your well-being, you need to make lifestyle changes that include changing your thinking and behavior along with weight-loss sessions. However, if you want to achieve your weight-loss goals and overcome all the challenges of this journey with the assistance of professional hypnotists, our experts will gladly help you. To learn more about our services, please visit our website or call (817) 589-7407 for further details. 

Play in the Zone through Hypnosis

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Being ‘in the zone’ has been the most debated topic in the sports industry. It is when one player becomes so immersed in the game that they are unbeatable in that moment. Like destiny itself falls on their feet to hand over the crown of victory. We have seen countless ‘in the zone’ moments throughout sporting history where an individual has achieved something astoundingly impossible. The question here is that, can such peak performance be achieved through hypnosis?

What is Hypnosis?

Hypnosis is a practice where one person is set into an altered or induced state of consciousness that can characterized by slow rhythmic breathing, a relaxed heartbeat, and a mental receptiveness towards suggestive tone. Hypnosis allows one to access their unconscious thoughts and emotions. It awakens a heightened sense of awareness that gives one control over the bodily movements with more natural power and precision.

How Can Athletes Benefit from Hypnosis?

Athletes who face issues with stress or loss of concentration can greatly benefit from hypnosis. It helps relax the body and mind to avoid agitation caused by performance jitters or stress. When it is incorporated into a daily routine, the benefits from hypnosis grow exponentially. Positive self-talk is also an effective way to reinforce certain ideas and an encouraging mindset.

Conclusion

Hypnosis can play an integral part in an athlete’s performance and stress reduction. It can also be a catalyst for character growth, healing, and transformation of the player. Even though self-hypnosis can be done, we strongly advise you to leave the job to professionals. Choose the experts at Mind Enhancement Center in Hurst, TX and let our hypnotists lead you through the process. Give us a call at (817) 589-7407 to learn more about our services.    

How to Manage Your Fear of Public Speaking

Bonaparte Napoleon was a brilliant speaker and powerful leader, while other leaders such as Abraham Lincoln and Gandhi were afraid to stand on stage and give speeches. This means that even great leaders fear public speaking, and not just you. This makes us ask a set of questions: Why are there people who stutter in public? Why do some suffer from public speaking and what is the treatment for such cases? In general, how do you speak tactfully without fear or tension in front of people, whether you are a student, teacher, or have a profession that requires you to speak with the public? All these questions will be answered in this blog.

Glossophobia Dilemma

Glossophobia is the feeling of stress and fear that arises when you try to give a speech, presentation, or performance in front of an audience or on a stage. This fear of speaking or acting in public can lead to self-defeating thoughts, such as picturing yourself not being able to confront the audience or being embarrassed by someone or something. But what the vast majority of people don’t realize is that this fear can be changed naturally. By using EFT and hypnosis, you can have the confidence you need to make a good impression.

Learn more about how you can overcome your biggest fears here.

Is There a Natural Remedy for Glossophobia?

Hypnosis is a natural state that can help individuals with fear and stress issues, especially those who are struggling with the fear of speaking in public. A seasoned hypnotist and EFT practitioner can use special techniques and hypnosis methods to reduce the fear you’re experiencing. These techniques will lower blood pressure by easing your mind and body into a relaxed state. This way, you’ll redirect your mind away from focusing on your fears in a natural and safe way.

Hypnosis can help you gain control over undesired behaviors and cope better with the stress and fear you may face while performing or speaking in front of an audience. Of course, everyone has particular experiences and causes. That’s why certified hypnotists are always a good choice since they have the required knowledge and experience to deal with these kinds of issues.

Related: Refine Your Communication Skills with Hypnosis

Final Thoughts

The inability to speak in public can be caused by inexperience or poor confidence. There are many reasons, but what is certain is that the skill of speaking confidently is very important for everyone to have a successful career. Turn to the experts at Mind Enhancement Center and let our certified hypnotists and EFT practitioners help you eliminate your fears. Call (817) 589-7407 and schedule a consultation today.

Treating Stress with Hypnosis

In today’s era, almost everyone is dealing with stress. Whether it’s a school-going kid or a working adult, stress is exceptionally pervading. Often, people assume that stress is untreatable. But that’s not the case. With the correct customized designed hypnosis, stress and fear can be overcome.

Wondering how you can treat your stress with hypnosis? Fret not! We have gathered and listed all the information below. Scroll down to read more.

How Is Hypnosis Used to Treat Stress?

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Let’s say you were in an accident a few years back, and now you have a fear of sitting in and driving a car. During your session, a hypnotist can give you post hypnotic suggestions and support while you are in a state of consciousness.

Basically, in this type of state, the human mind becomes more open to new suggestions. This provides a good chance for the hypnotist to suggest how confident and comfortable you will be the next time you sit in the car to drive it.

Because of the reduced fear and relaxed state you’re in, it can be much easier to avoid a rapid increase in any kind of stress symptoms you may experience, such as:

  • The fear that something is likely to occur
  • Shortness of breath
  • Muscle tension
  • Nervous stomach
  • A sudden increase in your heart rate

So if you’re trying to cure your fear of driving and sitting in the car, you can imagine yourself experiencing the same situation when you feared driving the car for the first time. You can also make use of the technique called hypnoprojectives, where you visualize the events from your past as you would want to see them and then see yourself in the future. You will be more relaxed and at complete peace while driving a car.

However, just like meditation, hypnosis has a similar effect on the human mind and can help reduce or eliminate stress easily. This newly created hypnotic induction will help to put you into a more relaxed state, just like meditation can do. A person can then use this state to address their fears and worries.

Final Thoughts

Today, more people prefer hypnosis treatments than medical treatments. If you’re dealing with severe stress problems, let the professionals at Mind Enhancement Center in Hurst, TX help you with it. Our experienced staff will help you overcome all types of fear and stress while providing you with better solutions. For further information about our services and pricing, give us a call at (817) 589-7407. We’ll be delighted to assist you.

Dealing with Exam Stress

Exams and finals week are the bane of every student’s academic career and can either make or break their grades. When it’s time to put their knowledge, memorization, and recall ability to the test, most – if not all – students experience an abundance of stress. It can be very difficult to cope with and some individuals may even start feeling physically ill as a result. In this month’s blog, we discuss how to deal with exam stress and nervousness.

Why Stress Builds Up

The fear and unease that comes with exams affects students of all ages. Sometimes it doesn’t matter how well they prepare themselves or how long their study sessions were – there will always be that lingering panic and nervousness. This is usually due to the uncertainty of the unknown and not knowing what questions or problems that will pop up. Many also doubt their ability to perform and draw blank during test taking.

In our society, there is a great emphasis on utilizing exams to measure a person’s knowledge and abilities. While we all expect it during school or going into a job, those built up feelings of stress will always be prevalent as the testing date draws near. If an individual doesn’t know how to cope with it, it often leads to intense emotions, panic attacks, or even “breaking points”.

Over time, the built up stress will lead to lasting negative impacts on a person’s unconscious mind and result in more performance-based fears.

Hypnosis and Coping with Exam Nerves

Preparing for your exam and acing it isn’t just about how knowledgeable you are, but it also depends on your state of mind. While you may know the information to pass the test, the stress will hinder your ability to focus and concentrate. You are more likely to achieve your full potential when you feel calm, focused, and confident.

Through hypnosis, an individual will be able to control those exam nerves and reduce any fears associated with it. This allows more room for confidence and relaxation. In addition, hypnosis will defuse any self-sabotaging habits and keep clients motivated moving forward. Self-esteem and self-belief will also be restored, which leads to enhanced learning and memory recall.

Additional Tips to Calm Your Nerves 

Sometimes a little bit of stress is good for motivation, but experiencing too much stress will hinder your abilities. When you find yourself struggling with nerves during an exam week again, here are some additional tips to try out:

  • Focus on breathing techniques to calm yourself.
  • Keep a planner or schedule of your studying time.
  • Study in a peaceful and quiet environment.
  • Try working in short bursts rather than a prolonged study session to avoid fatigue.
  • Always remember to take breaks to stretch, eat, and hydrate.
  • Take a short walk if you feel restless sitting in one spot.
  • Avoid social media and other distractions.
  • Start a workout routine.
  • While college students are notorious for pulling all-nighters, try to keep a consistent and adequate sleeping schedule.

Learn More

Don’t let stress take over your life and break free from its hold with the help of Mind Enhancement Center. Our certified hypnotists will help you take control again and achieve success with any type of test taking. For more information, please visit our website or call (817) 589-7407 for any questions. Get started on consultation today!  

Personal Growth: How to Be More Assertive

“Just stand up for yourself!” is a common phrase said to individuals on the short end of the stick. However, for many people it’s not as easy as simply saying their thoughts and feelings in the heat of the moment. This lack of assertiveness can be the result of trauma holding them back as well as fears and conflict avoidance. So how does one learn how to overcome these obstacles?

Why People Lack Assertiveness

From an outside perspective, people can be very quick to judge and belittle those who are not as outspoken. The lack of assertiveness can stem from a wide variety of factors in a person’s life. This can be having low self-esteem, being unable to handle stress, being avoidant, etc. Some people avoid being assertive because they fear that their peers will not like them for being “too bold”. Others may be so used to remaining passive, such as due to past abuse or bullying, that they find it hard to break out of their shell.

Understand the Differences in Communication

The first step is to understand the differences between assertiveness, passiveness, and aggressiveness. Being assertive is vastly different from aggressiveness and some people may misunderstand the difference in communication. Aggressive people tend to put their needs first by pushing other people over without any regard – often coming off as rude or selfish. While assertiveness is being able to confidently communicate one’s wants and needs while still considering other people’s feelings.

On the other end of the spectrum, passive individuals tend to “go along with the ride” and support other people’s wants even if they don’t agree with it. They often have difficulty imposing their own thoughts and wishes. Similarly, a passive-aggressive person may not directly announce their thoughts but they tend to express negative feelings in an indirect way instead of openly addressing them.

To be assertive is to be clear, honest, and direct in communicating what you want without hurting or offending those around you. Assertive individuals are able to express their views even under stress. An example would be confidently asking for a raise or promotion at work in a concise and professional manner.

Learning to Be More Assertive

Assertiveness is a communication skill that anyone can master. It’s about being calm during times when assertiveness is needed. It’s much easier to refuse to do something and stand your ground when you’re not worried about what the other person thinks about you. Remember that it’s possible to give an aura of confidence without being rude and remaining positive and approachable.

This is how hypnosis comes into play. Hypnosis changes the way your unconscious mind reacts to stressful situations and naturally eases any fears during confrontations and disagreements. This allows individuals to delve into self-discovery and eliminate any past negative issues.

Of course learning how to be assertive won’t magically happen overnight. It’s best to start small while integrating assertive choices in your life. Learning how to say no to things and setting boundaries are key steps in building your self-esteem. People are not mind readers so always try to speak up for yourself if something is bothering you and be open to feedback. At the end of the day, even the smallest of victories and achievements will boost your confidence.

Conclusion

Changing your emotions about being assertive is key in better developing your communication skills. With hypnosis, assertiveness can be a natural part of your personality and enable you to have a voice in various situations. Improve your personal growth with the help of Mind Enhancement Center. Learn more about our hypnosis services by visiting our website.

Physical Signs of Stress

Stress is a normal reaction that is supposed to help the body adjust to new situations. Not all stress is bad, in fact it can help us avoid present danger and motivate us to accomplish tasks we’ve deemed important to us.

Today when individuals describe themselves as stressed, very rarely is it because they feel they’re in immediate physical danger. When we allow ourselves to become inundated with stress without relief, we become more susceptible to experiencing physical reactions, some of which can become chronic.

Pain

Prolonged stress can cause all types of random aches and pains within the body. From headaches and chest pains to stomach aches and sore muscles, grasping just how much physical wear and tear stress generates in the body can be distressing in itself!

Cardiovascular Issues

When stress runs rampant it’s not uncommon for individuals to experience a variety of cardiovascular issues. Anything from minor chest pain to dramatic changes in blood pressure can be serious signs of physical stress that need to be managed more effectively.

Irregular Sleep

Those experiencing great amounts of stress often experience dramatic and erratic sleeping patterns and behaviors. For some, a typical twenty-four hour period could consist of very little sleep while the next consists of nothing but sleep. While it’s incredibly easy to get stuck in poor sleeping patterns, achieving consistent deep rest can help individuals overcome stress better than almost anything else.   

Digestive Issues

One of the most common symptoms of stress is digestive discomfort. This typically includes stomach cramps, gas, urgency, and even ulcers in some extreme cases. Persistent and unresolved stresses and fears can cause the body to overreact, and sometimes even become a catalyst for more serious and chronic issues.

Final Thoughts

The physical consequences of stress can eventually become dangerous and incredibly detrimental to our overall health, especially when left unchecked. Develop powerful coping techniques and invaluable tools for combating the stress in your life with help from hypnosis and EFT.

At the Mind Enhancement Center, we offer effective hypnosis for stress relief and strive to help individuals live a more stress-free life. Contact us today by heading to our website and to get started with our effective stress relief treatments in Dallas Fort Worth.

Overcoming Your Gambling Habits

A gambling habit, also known as problem gambling, is when an individual has the uncontrollable urge to continuously gamble despite the negative consequences. Some may even recognize that they have the desire to stop, but they can’t break out of the cycle. With gambling being so heavily integrated in society, it can be difficult to pinpoint a habit developing into a problem. In this month’s blog, we discuss how gambling patterns develop and how hypnosis can alter these negative patterns and behaviors.

Signs of a Gambling Habit

Taking your chances on the occasional scratcher card or lottery ticket can be fun, but there’s a huge difference between that and having the urge to gamble at any given moment. It’s important to recognize these problems and understand just how much of an impact gambling has on an individual’s finances and relationships. Here are some signs that point to a gambling habit:

  • Finding it difficult to stop or manage gambling.
  • Spending more time and money on gambling than you can afford.
  • Lying about gambling.
  • Attempting to get out of financial troubles through gambling or accumulating more debt.
  • Borrowing money, skipping bills, selling belongings, or stealing to pay for gambling.
  • Chasing after the “high” of gambling by betting larger amounts of money.
  • Neglecting personal relationships and work obligations.
  • Losing interest in other activities.
  • Feelings of anxiety, irritation, isolation, and guilt.

Why People Turn To Gambling

Many people gamble for entertainment or for the thrill of winning, while others may do it as a little escape. However, the important difference in enjoying something as entertainment and it turning into a problem is when it becomes a way of coping. This can cause more harm than good, especially since gambling is a very expensive habit. Ignoring a problem doesn’t make it go away and what starts out as a stress relief can grow into a bigger complication. It becomes a downward spiral for many people, which leads to the development of a habit.

Similar to drugs and other substances, gambling can stimulate the release of dopamine in the brain. Those attached to substances or alcohol require increasingly stronger and higher amounts to satisfy their indulgences and gamblers, in a similar manner, begin to pursue riskier ventures. They begin betting larger and larger amounts of money while craving that thrill and adrenaline to achieve pleasure. Individuals stuck in this cycle may feel compelled to keep gambling in an attempt to recover their losses due to guilt, which consequently leads to even more loss. This is a destructive cycle that has a serious consequences on an individual’s emotional and mental health.

How Hypnosis Can Help

Hypnosis is a very useful tool for habitual gamblers to make lasting positive changes and take control of their urges. Gambling can become a life consuming problem and hypnosis can provide a long-term recovery solution. A certified hypnotist can help the client identify the triggers that lead to the habit and help them break out of that negative cycle. For example, the reason an individual may turn to gambling may be due to an argument or a stressful experience. Hypnosis aims to alter the way a person associates gambling as a coping mechanism and a form of stress relief. Overall, clients will be able to learn how to manage their feelings and cope with things in a healthier manner.

Learn More

At its core, hypnosis helps recovering gamblers build their confidence and self-esteem. It helps clients manage their stress and anxiety while building a stronger mindset to overcome future challenges that may come their way. Mind Enhancement Center specializes in helping clients with behavioral changes while providing the necessary personal and individualized care. Learn more about how hypnosis can help you by visiting our website.

Overcoming Your Biggest Fears

Fear is one of the most powerful emotions humans experience, and it isn’t always bad. Rational fears are valuable and can help us proceed with caution in potentially dangerous situations. However, when fears begin to negatively control or limit the way individuals live their lives, addressing the fear can help significantly improve one’s relationships, overall wellbeing, and quality of life. Whether you or someone you know has a fear of doctors, flying in airplanes, animals, public speaking, or anything else, follow along below for remedies that have been proven to help.

Face it Head On

Although facing fears head on is not the most favored approach by most, it can be a highly effective way for overcoming it. For example, do you suffer from a fear of heights? Gradually increase your exposure to heights safely, and alongside someone you trust. When feelings of uneasiness begin to arise, sit with the feelings and repeatedly remind yourself you are safe, you are not in pain, that nothing is going to hurt you, and anything else that can help affirm to your subconscious you are not in imminent danger.

Build up Your Confidence

There are countless books, movies, entrepreneurs, songs, gurus, and even scientists spreading the word that the secret to success is having an unwavering conviction for achieving that success. In order to successfully overcome your most intense fears, you have to truly and whole heartedly believe that you can, which requires confidence.

Building confidence in oneself takes consistent practice and faith. Speaking self-affirmations into a mirror can be a surprisingly difficult but effective way for building up ones confidence over time. Begin by telling yourself you are strong, courageous, confident, and ambivalent every single day until you start to believe it. Setting achievable daily goals is also a great way to build up your belief that you can and will follow through with your decisions and attain the things you desire.

Hypnosis

With direct guidance from a seasoned hypnotist who uses proven methods for success, hypnosis can help desensitize you to your fears. During hypnosis, you may be asked to visualize the objects or situations, which evoke the feelings of fear. In this safe and controlled setting, clients can reason with their fears, face them, deconstruct them and ultimately overcome them.

The amount of time needed to achieve results with this method differs from person to person, but oftentimes results can be instantaneous. When you are able to change the way you think about your fears by controlling of your feelings and reactions, ultimately you can eventually change your life as well.

Final Thoughts

Our certified Dallas Fort Worth hypnotists and EFT practitioners offer panic treatment and fear relief for a variety of fears. Our goal is to help you develop techniques that help bring about lasting change in your everyday life to overcome your biggest fears. With help from the Mind Enhancement Center, nothing will be able to hold you back from experiencing and accomplishing the things you want in your life. Visit our website or contact us directly at (817) 589-7407 today!

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