Fear of Open High Places Hypnosis Mp3
Fear of Open High Places Hypnosis Mp3
Clive Westwood is a highly qualified and experienced hypnotherapist in Brisbane, specializing in the treatment of anxiety, depression, fears, phobias, and panic attacks. He recommends that you listen to each MP3 recording at least once per day until your issue is resolved. These recordings are not a substitute for professional help; they are meant to be used alongside other therapeutic approaches.
FEAR OF OPEN HIGH PLACES HYPNOSIS
This fear can be debilitating for people who suffer from it, and it can make everyday activities difficult. People with acrophobia may avoid tall buildings or bridges, travel by car rather than plane, and refuse to go up or down stairs. Some people even choose not to live in higher-floor apartments or houses because they're afraid of what might happen if they have to go out on a balcony or rooftop.
The fear of open high places is a type of phobia, or an irrational fear. People who suffer from the fear of high places may be afraid of falling off the edge of a building or mountain, being trapped in an elevator, or being exposed to heights while on a plane. The fear can be so intense that it causes panic attacks and avoidance behaviors.
The cause of this type of phobia is not entirely known, but it is thought to be related to evolutionary instincts that helped our ancestors survive in dangerous environments. For example, if you were running away from something and had to climb up a tree to escape, there would be no place for you to go if you fell off the edge of that tree. This could lead to injury or death because there was no way for you to get away from whatever was chasing after you.
It's important for people who suffer from a fear of open high places not only because it can prevent them from enjoying activities such as skydiving or rock climbing but also because it can lead them into dangerous situations where they are more likely than others around them (who aren't afraid) to fall or become injured due to their lack of awareness while in these situations."
Fear of open high places is a specific phobia, or irrational fear, that most people have heard of. It’s also known as acrophobia.
Fear of open high places is a very common fear and is often considered to be one of the most common fears in society today. This fear can be traced back to our caveman days when we were afraid that we would fall off of cliffs or mountains and die. As humans, we are naturally drawn to heights because they represent freedom and openness, but they also represent danger and uncertainty which causes us to become fearful.
The exact cause of this fear is unknown but it may stem from an evolutionary process that has made us feel uneasy about being at high altitudes for protection purposes. There are many different ways to treat this phobia including hypnotherapy, CBT (cognitive behavioral therapy), exposure therapy and more.
Fear Of Open High Places Hypnosis
Do you feel nervous when you're at the top of a tall building, or on a mountain? Do you get scared when you're looking out from an airplane window? Do you feel like your heart is going to beat out of your chest and your stomach is going to drop every time you look down from a high place?
This is called a fear of open high places, or acrophobia. Acrophobia is one of the most common phobias in the world, affecting around 3% of people. It can be extremely debilitating and even paralyzing for some people. Many people with acrophobia have been known to refuse promotions at work or even quit jobs because they're afraid they'll have to deal with heights as part of their daily routine.
If this sounds like something that's keeping you from living life on your own terms… then don't worry! You can get help!
I'm going to teach you how to conquer acrophobia through hypnosis with this free course. Here are some things that I'll cover:
-What causes acrophobia in the first place (and how it relates to other phobias)
-How we can use hypnosis to overcome our fears
What is FEAR OF OPEN HIGH PLACES HYPNOSIS?
The fear of open high places is a type of agoraphobia. It is a condition in which you have an intense fear or panic when you are in an area that has no walls or roof over your head. The area can be anything from a tall building to an airplane, or even just standing on a balcony. People with this type of phobia may also have other symptoms such as shortness of breath, sweating, anxiety, nausea and dizziness.
Unlike some other phobias, the fear of open high places does not occur for everyone who has it. It's estimated that about 1% - 3% of people suffer from this symptom.
Clive Westwood Hypnotherapy can help.
Clive Westwood Hypnotherapy offers clinical hypnotherapy in Brisbane to help clients delete stress, anxiety and fears from their lives.
Clive Westwood Hypnotherapy is located in Brisbane, Australia and offers treatments with a focus on helping clients achieve a state of calmness, peace and relaxation. The hypnotherapist uses techniques such as NLP to help clients overcome specific issues related to stress, anxiety and fear.
What is Hypnotherapy?
Hypnosis is a state of mind where the conscious mind falls asleep and the subconscious mind takes over. This means that your body can feel relaxed without feeling drowsy or tired. The subconscious mind is responsible for all automatic responses such as breathing and heart rate. When we are hypnotized, these automatic responses can be altered by suggestion to make positive changes in our lives.
How can Hypnotherapy help?
Hypnosis can be used to remove unwanted habits such as smoking, nail biting or compulsive biting of skin around fingernails (onychophagia). Many people also use hypnotherapy to stop drinking alcohol or lose weight by reprogramming their minds so they no longer desire these things. Others use hypnosis to conquer fears such as fear of flying or spiders (arachnophobia).
How does it work?
The first visit lasts between 1-1½ hours depending on what issues you want addressed during the session
A phobia is a persistent, irrational fear of an object or situation that leads to avoidance of the object or situation. Although the most common phobias are those of animals (such as spiders, snakes and dogs), there are many other types including phobias of heights, water, enclosed spaces, blood/injury and illness.
Phobias can be treated with a range of psychological therapies including hypnotherapy.
Hypnotherapy for Phobias in Brisbane
Clive Westwood Hypnotherapy offers hypnosis for phobias in Brisbane on an individual basis or in group sessions. The treatment will help you learn how to overcome your fears and gradually feel more comfortable around the things that you used to find frightening.
Do you have a phobia that's been holding you back? Are you afraid of heights, or spiders? Maybe it's just the thought of dental appointments that gets you shaking in your boots. Whatever your phobia, there's no reason to let it hold you back any longer.
Hypnosis can help with a variety of issues, including phobias. If you're interested in seeing if hypnosis can help you overcome your fears and help you live life more fully, give Clive Westwood Hypnotherapy a call today!
Clive Westwood has been practicing hypnotherapy for over 25 years, and has helped many people overcome their fears and phobias. He'll work with you to pinpoint the source of your fear and work through it so that by the end of your session, you'll be able to face whatever it is that scares you—or at least feel confident that it won't be such a big deal anymore.
What Can Hypnosis Help With?
Hypnotherapy can help with all sorts of things: smoking cessation, weight loss—even gambling addiction! But most commonly, people come in for help with phobias like fear of flying or heights or spiders.
Are you afraid of something that has no logical basis?
Are you afraid of heights, or spiders, or flying, or people, or whatever it may be?
If so, then you may benefit from hypnotherapy in Brisbane.
What is a Phobia? A phobia is an intense and irrational fear of something that poses little or no actual danger. People with phobias develop extreme anxiety about the object of their fear and will experience symptoms of anxiety whenever they encounter the feared object or situation. These symptoms can include shortness of breath, rapid heartbeat, sweating, trembling and nausea.
How can Hypnotherapy help with a Phobia? Hypnotherapy can help with many phobias by giving you control over your mind and your emotions through self-hypnosis. You will learn how to relax your body and mind so that your unconscious mind can take over and guide you through any negative emotions that may arise while facing your fear. This will allow your conscious mind to focus on the positive aspects of facing your fear instead of focusing on negative thoughts such as "I'm going to die" or "This spider is going to bite me."