Hypnosis as treatment for Claustrophobia – Fear of Confined Spaces
Using hypnosis in the form of hypnotherapy and Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) it is possible to cure a fear or phobia of confined spaces (claustrophobia). A person suffering from claustrophobia is said to be claustrophobic.
How Does Claustrophobia Develop?
Claustrophobia usually always develops or has its roots in childhood. Most frequently it is developed as a result of a frightening experience in a dark or confined space. A confined space does not have to be a physical environment – having ones arms held down or being emotionally repressed can trigger the same feelings. The sufferer may experience symptoms of their phobia as a feeling of being trapped, being unable to breath or just as a need to get away from the “danger” they feel.
How Does One Experience Claustrophobia
Claustrophobia can manifest its self as a fear of lifts, a fear of flying, a fear of the Underground, a fear of driving (especially traffic jams) or any activity that “traps” the sufferer. Claustrophobia can be particularly difficult if one has a medical condition that requires a body scan. MRI scanners can be particularly intimidating because being within an MRI scanner brings together so many circumstances that can trigger fear.
How Does Hypnotherapy Cure Claustrophobia?
Hypnotherapy and NLP is used to help the claustrophobic to view your experience from a different, safer, perspective. The hypnosis allows you to develop a new perspective that does not hold the fear that was programmed in by earlier experiences. You can cure your claustrophobia with the right treatment. Hypnotherapy and NLP can be extremely effective in the treatment of claustrophobia.
Book a Hypnotherapy Appointment Now!
Stop putting up with being claustrophobic. Take steps to cure your claustrophobia. Book a hypnotherapy appointment with Stephen Rigby at his Guildford or Woking, Surrey practice for treatment now! Remember you can get a free introductory appointment in Guildford if you wish to discuss your requirements in more detail.