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If you have ever experienced a panic attack, you are not alone, and you know just how terrifying it is. With that feeling of helplessness and pure fear, panic attacks can take over your entire life. Make no mistake – when you suffer from panic attacks, you are a victim of panic disorder. When you have panic disorder, the basic fear of having another attack can be paralyzing in and of itself.

So, what’s the best way to stop panic attacks?

With hypnosis for panic disorders!

You may know what’s bothering you and causing your panic attacks – like a specific phobia; but you just can’t stop it. Whether you know exactly what’s causing the problem or not, hypnosis for panic attacks can help.

So How Does Hypnosis for Panic Attacks Help?

Hypnosis focuses on your subconscious mind, and your subconscious is where most of your thoughts and actions stem from. By getting your subconscious under control, you can eliminate your panic attacks.  But unless you address the problem in your subconscious, your panic attacks will likely never go away for good.

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When you work to stop panic attacks with hypnosis, you will start by identifying the underlying problem. For example, is something in your past to blame for your current condition? Even if you know that you have a specific phobia that triggers your panic attacks, you need to know where that phobia is coming from – and why it’s playing such a significant role in your subconscious mind.

Hypnosis can help reprogram your mind and facilitate behavioral change.

The NYC Hypnosis Center 4 Step Overcome Panic Disorder Hypnosis Program Can Help You

  • Identify When, Where, and What Triggers Your Panic Attacks
  • Replace Catastrophic Thoughts with Truthful Statements
  • Assist in Reprogramming the Way You Think About & React to Fear
  • Teach Self Hypnosis for Daily Reinforcement

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When you work to stop panic attacks with hypnosis, you will start by identifying the underlying problem. For example, is something in your past to blame for your current condition? Even if you know that you have a specific phobia that triggers your panic attacks, you need to know where that phobia is coming from – and why it’s playing such a significant role in your subconscious mind.

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How does Panic Attack Hypnosis reprogram your mind?

During a New York Panic Attack hypnosis session, you can identify the event from your past that has been blown out of proportion. Your hypnotist can then reframe the way your subconscious mind perceives that event, allowing the fear and anxiety to be released. Essentially your hypnotist can teach your subconscious that your fears and worries do not warrant the fight or flight response.

We often utilize relaxation and visualization techniques. Picturing or imagining yourself feeling calm and at peace, in situations that have caused you anxiety in the past, is a way to program the unconscious mind to respond appropriately.

Why doesn’t traditional counseling typically work?  Why should you try hypnosis for panic attacks?

In traditional counseling, you work on “accepting” things.  Having panic attacks isn’t something that you need to “accept”; it’s something that you need to stop.  Discussing your problem with a traditional therapist generally will not likely make it go away.

What happens during a Hypnosis for Panic Disorder Session?

Once a client is guided into hypnosis, we at the NYC Hypnosis Center can then give positive suggestions directly to the subconscious mind. Panic Attack hypnosis helps replace the negative subconscious thoughts which lead to stress and anxiety with more pleasant and positive subconscious thoughts and feelings. 

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We will identify the feelings and triggers you experience so that the suggestions given to your subconscious mind will be tailored to your specific fears. With the combination of regression and suggestions the fear can be eliminated in just a few sessions.

The NYC Hypnosis Center specializes in helping clients overcome panic attacks. In just a few sessions, hypnosis for panic disorders can help you put an end to your suffering for good!

A New York Overcome Panic Disorder Hypnosis session can retrain your mind to:

Eliminate your fears completely

Provide you with freedom from Panic Attacks

Hypnosis and Panic Attacks: Celebrity Case Studies

Importantly, the power of hypnosis in dealing with panic attacks can be seen in the stories of some famous people.

Consider Reese Witherspoon, for instance. The star-studded actress, with an array of blockbuster movies under her belt, experienced her share of panic episodes. Preparing for her challenging role in the 2014 adventure film “Wild” triggered multiple panic attacks. Her character’s demanding aspects – including explicit scenes, nudity, and solitary performances – sparked intense fear. Hypnosis, however, was her ally, enabling her to effectively manage her fears and deliver a spectacular performance.

Keira Knightley, the acclaimed British actress, provides another striking example. Knightley was wrestling with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and panic attacks, which were notably aggravated during public appearances such as red-carpet events. It was hypnotherapy that offered her the solace she needed to traverse the stress-laden terrain of the British Academy Film Awards (BAFTAs) without succumbing to panic. Hypnotherapy empowered Knightley to face her fears and regain her public confidence.

These stories highlight how much hypnotherapy can help with panic attacks, showing it can work well even for people with stressful, public-facing jobs.

What Panic Attacks feel like

Imagine you’re doing something simple or mundane, when suddenly, a strong wave of fear hits you. This fear is intense, and you have no idea where it’s coming from. You feel like everything you know is spiraling out of control. This is what it’s like to have a panic disorder. It’s an issue where fear and anxiety often take over, sometimes for reasons you can’t even put your finger on. There are times when you can tell what’s causing these feelings, and then there are times when the fear just hits you out of the blue. The scary part? Not knowing when the next wave of fear will hit. This can make you scared of feeling scared. 

The result? You might start avoiding things or situations you associate with this fear. You might stop doing things you used to enjoy, out of fear that they might trigger another episode. This can make your world feel like it’s getting smaller and smaller.

What’s really surprising is that about one in ten people will go through something like this at least once in their life. Life can sometimes toss us curveballs, and this is one of them.

Panic Attack Triggers

Imagine a switch in our brain, the ‘fight or flight’ mechanism. It’s our built-in safety feature that activates when we sense danger. But what happens when this switch becomes hypersensitive and overactive? This can lead to what we know as a panic attack. It’s a sudden, overwhelming wave of fear or discomfort that crashes into you without warning.

Now, what causes this switch to become overactive? This is where the picture gets complex. It’s not merely about stress or challenging life events, though they are indeed potent triggers. Instead, they could be linked to traits we’re born with, experiences we’ve had, current life situations, or sometimes, even drug use. All these factors can join forces to make our brains and bodies more prone to panic attacks.


Sometimes, we’re predisposed to anxiety right from birth, woven into our genetic code. This doesn’t guarantee that we will develop anxiety disorders, but it can make us more susceptible. This sensitivity can become exacerbated if we’ve lived through tough times. 

Common Life Experiences

Circumstances too play a key role. Traumatic events, high-stress environments, or even significant life changes like a divorce, moving to a new house, or unemployment can fuel this predisposition, potentially leading to panic attacks.

Traumatic Events

Some situations visibly induce anxiety, and when they resolve, our anxiety levels recede. But other situations, particularly those that put our lives or stability in danger, can lead to enduring anxiety. This anxiety can linger, and it can even manifest as post-traumatic stress disorder.

Drug Abuse

Another issue that can also set off our internal alarms is substance abuse. Certain medications, excessive caffeine, alcohol, as well as recreational drugs can all induce a state of anxiety and potentially trigger panic attacks.

Panic attacks don’t discriminate. They can strike in response to any kind of stress, whether personal or professional. If you’re chronically stressed or feeling run-down, you may be even more vulnerable to these unexpected bouts of fear.

In essence, panic attacks can stem from numerous sources, all joining forces to increase our susceptibility. Understanding these triggers, these different facets of the ‘fight or flight’ switch, can pave the way for us to navigate and potentially prevent panic attacks.

Symptoms of Panic Attacks: What to Look Out For

Going through a panic attack can feel like you’re caught in a scary, spinning storm of worry and upset. It’s really frightening and can leave you feeling confused. However, this storm feels different for different people, just like the symptoms of a panic attack. While not everyone feels all the symptoms, here’s a big, but not complete, list to help you tell if you’re having a panic attack:

  • A wave of fear or unease that grows very quickly.
  • A worrying feeling that something bad is about to happen.
  • Fear of losing control or even dying.
  • Your heart pounding fast and hard.
  • Sweating a lot, even if it’s not hot.
  • Your body shaking or trembling that you can’t control.
  • Feeling like you can’t catch your breath.
  • Feeling like you’re choking.
  • Chest discomfort or pain
  • An upset stomach or feeling like you might throw up.
  • Feeling dizzy, unsteady, or even like you might pass out.
  • Feeling cold chills or sudden heat.
  • A numb or tingling feeling, kind of like ‘pins and needles’.
  • Feeling like you’re not really there, or like things around you don’t feel real.
  • Being very afraid of another attack, which can make you feel even more panicked and worried.

Recognizing these symptoms is crucial. Why? It equips you to identify the onset of a panic attack. This awareness could pave the way for timely help or the deployment of coping mechanisms. After all, understanding your adversary is half the battle won. And in the case of a panic attack, such knowledge makes the experience a little less daunting.

Hypnotherapy for Panic Attacks: A Route to from Panic to Freedom

Imagine Hypnotherapy as your key to liberation from the chains of panic attacks. This therapeutic technique can serve as your ally in the war against panic, reducing both the frequency and intensity of these episodes. How does it achieve this? By diving deep into the crevices of your mind, it finds and uproots your hidden anxieties. It’s akin to a diligent gardener who replaces menacing weeds with beautiful blossoms.

Relaxation, an integral component of hypnotherapy, helps you master the art of tranquility. Using this technique to tackle panic disorders is like learning a new language, the language of serenity. It equips you with various relaxation strategies, your personal arsenal against stress, subsequently reducing your susceptibility to future panic attacks. But there’s more! Panic Attack hypnosis helps you dissect your anxieties, providing you with the means not only to cope with panic but to conquer it. The ultimate objective? To help you reclaim a normal, panic-free life, devoid of the looming threat of an impending attack.

What makes Hypnosis for Panic Attacks so Effective

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Think of hypnosis for panic attacks as a different kind of map that helps you handle your fears and worries. Consider it an unconventional map guiding you through the labyrinth of your fears. Hypnosis for panic disorder alters your perception of worries, pushing them to the background and thus, mitigating anxiety. In a hypnosis session tailored for panic disorders, you acquire innovative strategies to remain calm and halt the onset of panic and anxiety.

Our emotions and certain physiological functions, like heart rate and breathing, are governed by a subconscious part of our brain. Hypnosis, a powerful tool, can reach this subconscious realm, the birthplace of panic attack symptoms. This ability can provide immense solace to those grappling with panic attacks.

A substantial part of hypnotherapy for panic disorder involves unearthing and addressing past incidents that might have sparked your panic disorder. You might be carrying relics of the past that your brain has distorted into frightening entities, fueling your present fears. Hypnosis acts like a detective, identifying these elements, reframing your perception, and thereby eliminating the ensuing fear and anxiety.

The Benefits of Hypnotherapy for Panic Attacks

Let’s look at the many good things that hypnotherapy can do as a treatment for panic attacks:

  • It significantly diminishes anxiety-related symptoms, cultivating a peaceful mindset.
  • Hypnotherapy for panic disorder, as a completely drug-free treatment, eliminates the potential issue of medication side-effects. This feature proves particularly advantageous for those cautious of pharmacological interventions.
  • One of the major perks is the swiftness of results. Panic attacks often cease after a handful of sessions, making hypnotherapy a rapid resolution for those grappling with such incidents.
  • Beyond therapeutic benefits, hypnosis facilitates personal growth by empowering you to gain better control over your thought processes and responses.
  • It enhances your respiratory rhythm, which is a practical tool for effective anxiety and panic management.
  • The crowning glory? Hypnosis is devoid of adverse side effects and is usually a pleasant experience. Hence, it’s not merely about recovery, but also about cherishing the journey towards wellness.

Efficacy of Hypnotherapy for Panic Attacks: What Research Says

A wide range of research validates the therapeutic potential of hypnosis. One investigation revealed the total absence of panic attacks or related symptoms post-hypnotherapy. In another scholarly article published in the Journal of Clinical Psychology, researchers noted a remarkable 70% reduction in panic symptoms among individuals post-hypnotherapy.

Hypnotherapy and hypnosis for panic disorder offer an enjoyable, efficient, and medication-free pathway to navigate panic disorders and panic attacks. They provide not just immediate respite, but also equip you with strategies to confront future panic incidents. Embracing this method can help you reclaim control, empowering you to lead a life characterized by freedom and tranquility.

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