Help with easing Claustrophobia
This phobia is debilitating to the sufferer having the feeling of walls closing in or the room growing smaller. Being in an elevator is extremely frightening experience often resulting in having to take the stairs or settling to do business with people located on lower floors.
Flying in an aircraft is impossible due to the doors being closed and having no way to get out. Some sufferers of claustrophobia even have trouble breathing.
If you are one of people that suffer from claustrophobia, you may have tried to talk yourself out of it, telling yourself, "I'm not claustrophobic" but it hasn’t changed the way you feel.. When you have finished with your self-talk, you are still suffering from claustrophobia.
Hypnosis has helped many sufferers to overcome claustrophobia. It is also important to note that even though Hypnotherapy works for one person for a number of factors it may not work for everyone and in regards to that Results are not guaranteed and may vary from person to person.
Claustrophobia is a generated response coming within the subconscious mind. The phobia has been constantly reinforced by conscious thoughts, feelings and actions resulting in the further reinforcement of the phobia. This is a constant cycle that can be interrupted by the use of hypnosis.
While in hypnosis your subconscious mind is wide awake and open to suggestion and this enables the Clinical hypnotherapist to reframe that old phobia and its triggers. Following the release of claustrophobia a person is free to fully enjoy their life, to partake in activities that previously debilitated them.
*Disclaimer: We cannot guarantee specific results. Results can vary from person to person.