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Sydney Hypnosis for Anxiety Relief 

Hypnosis for anxiety in Sydney is a natural and holistic way to overcome anxiety and reclaim control of your life. 

Transform Your Mind with Hypnotherapy for Anxiety Relief in Sydney

Are you tired of constantly feeling overwhelmed and exhausted due to constant overthinking and self-doubt? Do you find yourself struggling to manage your worries about the future, even though you know they're irrational? Are you tired of feeling like anxiety is holding you back from living your life to the fullest?


Living with anxiety can be a constant battle, leaving you feeling drained and powerless. It can feel like your mind is always working against you, replaying past events and obsessing over potential risks and threats. But it doesn't have to be this way.


Hypnotherapy for anxiety could be the solution you've been searching for. By addressing the underlying causes of your anxiousness, hypnosis can help you break free from the negative stories that keep playing out in your mind and finally reclaim your peace of mind.

It's time to give yourself the gift of peace and freedom from anxiety with the transformative power of hypnosis - take the first step by booking a session today and start living your best life!

What is Anxiety?

Like depression anxiety is not a conscious choice. It is an emotional response triggered in the deeper parts of the brain. Since hypnotherapy deals with the subconscious mind, and rewires emotional responses directly, it is an effective solution to help you feel calm and more positive quickly and safely. 

Anxiety is a complex issue that can take many different forms. At times these feelings may become frequent, interfering with your everyday life and ability to function on a daily basis. When this happens, it might be time to look deeper and take action.  


The symptoms of anxiety can vary depending on the individual and the type of anxiety they are experiencing. Some common symptoms include:

  • Excessive worry or fear about everyday situations

  • Feelings of restlessness or agitation

  • Difficulty concentrating or focusing

  • Fatigue or lethargy

  • Physical symptoms such as headaches, muscle tension, or stomach upset

  • Sleep disturbances or insomnia

  • Avoidance of certain situations or activities

  • Panic attacks, which can include rapid heart rate, sweating, and difficulty breathing


It's important to note that everyone experiences anxiety differently, and symptoms can range from mild to severe. If you're experiencing any of these symptoms, it's important to seek professional help to determine the best course of treatment for you.

Types of anxiety that hypnosis can help with 

work anxiety hypnosis

Work anxiety is characterised by stress and worry related to job performance, workplace dynamics or lack of purpose. Hypnosis can help you develop stress-management techniques and increase your confidence, focus and motivation to succeed.

Work Anxiety

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General anxiety is characterised by chronic worry and a sense of unease which can negatively impact daily life. Hypnosis can help pinpoint anxiety triggers and establish relaxation techniques to manage symptoms.

General Anxiety

A woman suffers from relationship anxiety

Relationship anxiety is defined by fear and insecurity in romantic relationships. Hypnosis can help you identify and address the root causes of your anxiety, such as past emotional traumas, low self-worth or attachment issues.

Relationship Anxiety

hypnotherapy social anxiety

This type of anxiety involves feeling extremely self-conscious and fearful in social settings. Hypnosis can help rewire the underlying beliefs and develop confidence-building strategies to help you feel more comfortable in social situations.

Social Anxiety

How does hypnotherapy for anxiety work?

Hypnotherapy for anxiety can be a powerful tool to help you find relief and regain control over your thoughts and emotions. Once considered unconventional, hypnosis is now backed by research and recognised as a mainstream therapeutic solution for a wide range of anxiety-related issues.

Through inducing a state of deep relaxation and concentration, hypnosis can help you explore your thoughts, feelings, and memories in a safe and supportive environment. During a hypnotherapy session, you will be able to identify and reframe negative thought patterns and beliefs that contribute to your anxiety.

Each session is personalised and techniques such as reframing, ego reinforcement, age regression, parts therapy, metaphors, and anchors can be used to help you release tension and manage anxiety in a holistic and empowering way.

By rewiring your thoughts and emotions at a subconscious level, hypnotherapy for anxiety can help you perceive things differently in your everyday life, leading to a greater sense of calm, confidence, and well-being. If you're ready to take the first step towards managing your anxiety and finding relief, consider hypnosis for anxiety as a powerful and transformative tool to help you achieve your goals.

With the support of a skilled hypnotherapist, you can experience deep and lasting changes that will positively impact every aspect of your life.

Hypnotherapy for Anxiety is a form of psychotherapy that uses hypnosis to help people identify and address the underlying causes of their anxiety. 

Disclaimer: Hypnotherapy results vary from person to person. Hypnotherapy Services are not intended as a substitute for medical advice or treatment. Each client should consult their GP for medical advice and for any symptoms that may require medical intervention.

If you are currently on medication for your anxiety or depression it is strongly advised that you consult your doctor before making any changes to your treatment.

How many hypnosis sessions are needed to overcome anxiety?

The number of hypnosis sessions needed to overcome anxiety can vary depending on several factors, such as the severity of the anxiety, how long you have been dealing with it, your individual responsiveness to hypnosis, and your level of commitment to the process.

Some individuals may experience significant relief after just a few sessions, while others may require more extensive treatment. On average, most people see positive results after six to twelve hypnosis sessions, but it's important to keep in mind that everyone's journey is unique.

It's worth noting that hypnotherapy is a collaborative process between the hypnotherapist and the client.Your treatment plan will be tailored to your individual needs and goals and this plan may involve a combination of hypnosis sessions, self-hypnosis techniques, and other therapeutic interventions as well as self-help techniques for you to do between sessions. 

Remember, the key to success with hypnotherapy for anxiety is to approach it with an open mind, a willingness to explore and address the root causes of your anxiety, and a commitment to the process. So, if you're ready to take control of your anxiety and start living a more fulfilling life, don't hesitate to explore the benefits of hypnotherapy today.

Take control of your anxiety and transform your life through hypnosis, gaining self-awareness, emotional resilience, and a renewed sense of confidence and empowerment.

Quick stress relief tips to help manage anxiety

Anxiety can be overwhelming, but there are simple and effective ways to manage it.


Here are some self-help tips for quick stress relief:

  • Deep Breathing: Take a deep breath in through your nose, hold it for a few seconds, and exhale slowly through your mouth. Repeat this several times, focusing on the sensation of the breath entering and leaving your body.

  • Progressive Muscle Relaxation: Tense up a muscle group, such as your shoulders or fists, and then release the tension. Move on to the next muscle group until you have relaxed your entire body.

  • Guided Imagery: Close your eyes and imagine yourself in a peaceful, relaxing environment. Use your senses to imagine the sights, sounds, and smells around you.

  • Mindfulness: Pay attention to the present moment without judgment. Focus on your breathing, the sensations in your body, and the environment around you.

  • Exercise: Take a brisk walk, go for a jog, or engage in any physical activity you enjoy. Exercise can help release endorphins, which can boost your mood and reduce stress.


Remember, these tips can be used as a quick stress relief when you feel overwhelmed. If you are experiencing severe anxiety symptoms, it's important to seek professional help.

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Does hypnosis really work for anxiety:
Evidence and Research

Hypnosis - Does it really work for anxiety? The short answer is yes, it does! And we have the research to back it up.

Multiple studies have found that hypnosis can be an effective technique for relieving stress, fear, and anxiety. One such study in 2016 involved brain scans of people who underwent guided hypnosis sessions, similar to those used to clinically treat anxiety, pain, or trauma. The scans showed changes in brain activity, indicating greater physical and emotional control, heightened focus, and reduced self-consciousness.


Another study found that self-hypnosis training can be a rapid, cost-effective, and safe alternative to medication for treating anxiety-related conditions. And yet another study showed that hypnosis can help reduce anxiety before surgery, with patients who underwent hypnosis experiencing less pain, fatigue, and emotional stress during the procedure.

But it's not just for medical situations. A study with students who were taught self-hypnosis revealed that it helped reduce anxiety and feelings of helplessness, with greater effects than traditional relaxation techniques.

Research suggests that the benefits of hypnotherapy can continue long after the sessions have ended. In a study published in the International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis, researchers found that individuals who received hypnosis treatment for anxiety experienced significant improvements that lasted for at least six months after the treatment had ended.


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  • Lang EV, Berbaum KS, Pauker SG, et al. Beneficial effects of hypnosis and adverse effects of empathic attention during percutaneous tumor treatment: when being nice does not suffice. J Vasc Interv Radiol. 2008;19(6):897-905.

What My Clients Say

When starting my own business I struggled with anxiety and a strong feeling of being overwhelmed all the time. This stopped me from progressing and affected all areas of my life. After just a few sessions with Natalia that feeling disappeared. Whenever I face a stressful situation now I feel in control.It was the first time I tried hypnotherapy and I didn't know what to expect. Natalia has such a calming presence and made me feel instantly at ease. Thank you so much for your help Natalia!


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