• Anxiety

 Events in early life periscopes some people to unconsciously re invent the original trauma . This is correctable with positive reprograming while under the medium to deep trance state . This enable once again clarity about oneself and separate facts from unrealistic worries This problem call for regression to early childhood using the movie screen helps separate the subject from the immediately of emption s. Ask for a signal such as the lifting of a finger when the subject reaches some important events that contributed to the present day anxiety . Provides a pad and pen for writing answer and questions from hypnotist .you can also use word association here for response . Suggestion: i realize the reasons for anxiety an and i am reedy to change for the better . the past is past i live in present moment ,Without fear….


Anxiety Disorder (popularly known as AD) is an over generalized anxiety over many things.

AD is characterized by excessive and irrational anxiety over minor things. The

DSM IV –TR characterizes AD in terms of persistent excessive anxiety and worries

which the person finds difficult to control. There are 6 specific symptoms among

which at least 3 must be present to be diagnosed as AD.

AD is also known as free floating anxiety in psychodynamic terms, because the

anxiety does not seem to be bound to one or few specific issues. The person

typically is terrified of different possible mishaps. If you convince the person of the

irrationality of one issue, or if, in the course of natural affairs, one issue is resolved,

the person takes up a second and a third issue and focuses on them. Concentration

to anything for a given period of time becomes extremely difficult, as some or other

point of anxiety always comes up.

Somatic complaints like sweating, flushing,

palpitation, upset stomach, lump in throat, frequent urination, rapid breathing, twitches

and tics are common. The person becomes fidgety, irritable and easily fatigued.

Often vivid imageries of the disaster accompany the restlessness. Impatience, anger

outbursts and insomnia are common.

These are:

 Restlessness or feeling keyed up

 Being easily fatigued

 Difficulty in concentrating

 Irritability

 Muscle tension

 Sleep disturbance


The prevalence rate of AD is quite high, estimated to be about  3% to 5%

of the general population. It usually begins in the teens and is more common in

women. It often has other anxiety disorders and mood disorders as co-morbid condition


The antilogy of AD may be classified into two groups i.e.

i) biological and

ii) psychological factors.

  • Biological Factors

Research indicates a moderate role of genetic factors. The

research in this area has been confounded by the different expressions of anxiety.

There is also some indication that AD and major depressive disorder may share a common underlying genetic predisposition

  • Psychological Factors

The psychoanalytical approach traces the free

floating anxiety in AD to the unconscious conflict between the ego and id

impulses, usually sexual and aggressive in nature. It states that we often have

socially unaccepted desires, and these desires do not come out in the

consciousness because of the repression of the ego. These desires are

continuously seeking expression, but are repeatedly thwarted and hence the




So far the biochemical treatment is concerned; different drugs from the Benzodiazepine

category have been used extensively. While this drug relieves anxiety immediately, it may

be habit forming. Another drug called Buspirone is also being prescribed for GAD;

however it takes a few weeks to work. Different antidepressants have also been used.

To deal with the psychological factors, you may use a combination of cognitive and

behavioral techniques. However, GAD remains one of the relatively difficult anxiety

problems to treat, because the direct effort to stop negative thoughts usually results

in a renewed invasion of such thoughts. Muscular relaxation may be combined with

cognitive restructuring. You may also point out the biased nature of information

processing and train your client to avoid catastrophizing tendencies.

Social Anxiety Disorder ……..

This is a fear – based shyness and avoidance of situation where we might be rejected or criticized . suffers may have panic reaction such as sweating , blushing , and fill it difficult to have easy conversation  , With new peoples.

See yourself at a large social reception for an important person. People are all gathered around you because you are important person .

 ‘I am socially at ease . I will  cease my old anxiety because it is contrary to my best interests . I am pleasant . people like me and I like them

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