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Anxiety Treatment in South Woodford, Redbridge and East London

Anxiety, Panic Attacks, Stop Smoking, treatments in South Woodford & East London

For Anxiety Treatment in South Woodford and East London using Hypnosis and Hypnotherapy, Dr James Rutherford operates his Anxiety practice out of the The Joseph Clinic. South Woodford.

Anxiety can be a dead weight just hanging over you all the time. Present from the moment you wake,Anxiety is exhausting, anxiety drains you, both physically and emotionally, anxiety means you wake up exhausted and you go about your work or social life in a permanently tired state.

Hypnotherapy can be used to bring about a rapid change in anxiety levels, the way you feel, react and behave. Hypnotherapy breaks the anxiety loop you find yourself in, hypnotherapy then allows you to learn to recognize anxiety then control the anxiety and the way you feel, about anxiety.

A single 90 minute session will be enough to leave the anxiety sufferer feeling more relaxed, more calm and in control. Which can then be strengthened in further sessions. 
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For a confidential discussion concerning your anxiety issues call 0779 210 82 72 or e-mail  Anxiety Treatment (e-mails are answered personally usually the same day). 

Stop Smoking in Woodford, Redbridge is a single 90 minute session with a better than 90% success rate!

(Smoke your last cigarette before you come in and leave 90 minutes later a non smoker).

For Hypnosis and Hypnotherapy to stop smoking in Woodford, Redbridge and East London,
Dr James Rutherford operates his practice out of the The Joseph Clinic a few minutes walk from South Woodford tube.

Telephone for a stop smoking appointment 0208 9897569 or to discuss stop smoking 0779 210 82 72.

Dr James Rutherford also works with his own anxiety practice and has referrals from nhs/ private pain consultants as well as providing help with anxiety for the occupational health service at SWBH, Birmingham.

 

Hypnotherapy can help if you have  anxiety disorders , panic attacks, phobias, hypochondria, eating disorders, disruptive eating habits, sleeping problems, sexual dysfunction or any other problems where you feel that your mind is acting on your body.  Hypnosis will be a very useful way for you to move forward and help you achieve your goals in life.

Anxiety can be brought about by specific (work, colleagues, presentations, fear of illness), or non specific issues, just a feeling of impending pressure.

Hypnotherapy can alleviate anxiety by direct suggestion and by behavioral training both in trance and using self hypnosis can alleviate anxiety and help break mind loops of anxiety.

Hypnotherapy can remove anxiety triggers and be used to dissociate you from these anxiety causing problems.  Helping you regain motivation and move forward to a higher quality of life.

 

Further information

Let's define what we mean by anxiety. Are we talking about performance anxiety , when a person begins to feel nervous or stressed when thinking about a specific activity, e.g. making a presentation at work or perhaps a social occasion, or are we talking about general anxiety where a person goes through their day with a general sense of unease, not related to any particular activity or occasion? In terms of treatment it is important for us to be clear what we are dealing with. At the risk of appearing flip, not being sure what you are anxious about can in itself generate more anxiety and the situation perpetuates itself.

Anxiety is basically caused by poor stress-coping strategies. Many people suffering from anxiety don't actually realise that they have stress-triggers in their lives. Thinking about what makes them anxious makes them even more anxious, so there is a tendency not to think about the root cause of the problem. In fact, anxiety and poor stress-coping strategies lead to a sort of mental paralysis, which in turn helps to accentuate and perpetuate the problem.

Let's just look at what happens to a person who is anxious and or encounters a stressful or anxious event. In physiological terms, the body is prepared for fight or flight. Chemicals and hormones are produced which are released into the bloodstream. These cause the heart rate to increase, the breathing rate to increase and an increase in muscular tension. This happens to all intents and purposes instantaneously and the purpose is to get the individual into a physiological state where they can literally either run away from danger or turn and fight to physically defend themselves. The important thing for us to appreciate in the context of what we are discussing is that the chemical release is designed to produce immediate physical action. That physical action dissipates the chemicals in the bloodstream and the body returns to a normal chemical balance. The analogy might be to imagine dropping a coin into some acid; there is a lot of bubbling and quite violent activity on the surface of the coin and when it's clean, it's taken out of the acid. If the coin were left in the acid, it would corrode and become damaged. The chemical/hormonal release is a bit like that acid, it's designed to produce an immediate effect and once that has happened it's done it's job and the physical action, in a sense, 'dilutes the body's acid'. If that physical action does not occur (i.e. the person does not either physically run away or physically turn round and fight) the chemical hormonal mix remains in the bloodstream, circulating around the vital organs and over a period of time can cause actual physical damage. Obviously, our bodies work in such a way that there has to be quite a build-up before there is any lasting damage, but what happens at work. Say you work in an office and one of your co-workers or managers really annoy you. When you are annoyed (or upset) by something, the body automatically goes into preparation for fight or flight. If there is no physical activity, which generally speaking in a work situation there isn't, there is a daily build-up of potentially harmful chemicals and hormones and the bloodstream which can and does begin to cause internal damage.

So, how can we alleviate this situation? It's the autonomic nervous system which stimulates the production of the chemicals and hormones which produce the fight or flight reaction and we can't actually prevent that from happening because the reaction evolved so that we could survive in what was a physically hostile world, however what we can do is to neutralise the effect of the chemical/hormonal secretion. You've probably read or heard that when we are relaxed or happy our brains produce certain chemicals which cause the pleasant feelings. Hypnotherapy/hypnosis can help get the brain to produce these chemicals, which counter and neutralise the effect of the fight or flight chemicals. You've probably experienced the situation where you've woken from a bad dream in an anxious state, a state where physically you're ready to run or fight ~ you're breathing heavily, your heart is beating faster and you're experiencing a certain tension in the muscles. As you realise that you were having a bad dream, so you begin to relax and as you begin to relax so the body returns to a more restful state. What has happened is that the fight or flight chemical reaction has been shut down by the autonomic nervous system, without any physical activity, because the perceived danger has passed.

The anxious or stressed person, however, continues to experience the physical effects of the fight or flight chemicals, continues to experience an unpleasantly aroused state and begins to confuse this aroused (anxious)state with a normal state, which in turn leads to more anxiety as they begin to experience the physical effects of having a 'corrosive' chemical/hormonal imbalance.

If we can get the brain to produce the neutralising chemicals then we can avoid the unpleasant physical effects caused by the chemical/hormonal imbalance. We can do this by a series of visualisation exercises. This is not quite as simple as going through life and thinking happy/pleasant thoughts (although it is true to say that people who are more positive in their approach to life don't suffer from prolonged anxiety) but with practice it is possible to 'get things into their true perspective' which in turn alters a persons outlook on life.

If you are suffering from anxiety or are generally pretty stressed-out by life and would like to change this give Dr James Rutherford a call on 0779 210 82 72.



Panic Attacks and Anxiety Disorders

Dr James Rutherford specialises in treating people with panic attacks and anxiety disorders. For a discussion or detailed information on panic attacks and anxiety disorders,
telephone 0779 210 82 72 e-mail or click on this link;  Anxiety .

Stop Smoking

Stop Smoking is a one session treatment, the session lasts approximately 1.50 hrs and leaves you with no alternate cravings, no need for patches.  After 48hours all nicotine has left your body, after 30 days you begin to gain back some of the time you lost due to smoking. (for an average smoker of 20 cigarettes a day you loose 6 minutes of your life for each cigarette that you smoke)

For more information click on this link; Stop Smoking .

Weight Control plus eating disorders

Modifying Eating Behaviour and Weight Loss can be three session therapy. It uses relaxation techniques to control the way you behave when tempted with food.  Plus emotional hooks to anchor in the consequences of snacking, bingeing or over eating.  For more information click on

Weight Control

Dealing with eating disorders involves giving control to the patient to modify their eating habits, overcome past stress related issues, focusing the sufferer on the positive attitudes of eating to be healthy.  Phone 0779 210 82 72 to discuss in confidence any issues.

Phobias

However irrational the fear, that phobia fear or anxiety is real to the sufferer.  Hypnosis can often in one session cope alleviate the issues.

Often encountered phobias are;
                 Animals
                 Heights
                 Flying
                 Exams
                 Social contact (Dating)
                 Open spaces
                 Closed spaces
                 Wasps
                 Dogs
                 Cats



Contact info@thehypnosisclinic.co.uk or phone 0779 210 82 72 for a confidential discussion.

Background to hypnosis

Hypnotherapy can help if you have anxiety disorders , panic attacks, phobias, hypochondria, eating disorders, eating habits, sleeping problems, sexual dysfunction or any other problems where you feel that your mind is acting on your body. Hypnosis will be a very useful way for you to move forward and help you achieve your goals in life.

Hypnosis can use direct suggestion, cognitive or behavioral therapy as well as (but not

always) regression. Whatever your particular anxiety, fear or phobia we will explain exactly how hypnotherapy can help you overcome your problem. Or enroll for a course in self hypnosis to learn more about hypnosis and learn how to practice self hypnosis.

If you have any questions, require any information about hypnotherapy treatments available or would like to learn more go to TREATMENTS or would like to book an appointment, please go to the practitioner in your area. CONTACT

Many people just don't know what to expect the first time they try hypnosis. There are some simple rules.

The hypnotherapist's will only amplify your own will power.

After hypnotherapy there is no loss of memory.
Under hypnosis the patient never loses control.

If you have any doubts call the practitioner to discuss any aspect of the treatment.

Anxiety, Stress control, Panic attacks, Bad dreams,
Social anxiety,
Hypochondria,
Stop Smoking,
Weight Control,
Insomnia,
Phobias
Sexual dysfunction

 

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