In a very real way, your mind struggles to tell the difference between what is real and what is make-believe. Studies have shown that when we mentally think about a physical activity, our muscles become activated (albeit not always in a large way), in anticipation for having to perform. Athletes spend a lot of time thinking about their success and it has been proven that the more strongly the image of success, the more likely this success is to manifest. I say this because fears and phobias have a very real effect on both the mind and the body. Fears and phobias increase our blood pressure, stress, worry and can contribute to poor health, despite the fact that they’re generally all in your head. Where our mind goes, our body follows.
Hypnosis helps change the way you view fears and phobias and can remove the fear of: