How Hypnosis can help you?

Disclaimer*- Results very from person to person. Hypnotherapy is not used to treat or diagnose any disease.

Do you have a Fear of Flying?

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  1. Arachnophobia – The fear of spiders affects women four times more (48% women and 12% men).
  2. Ophidiophobia – The fear of snakes. Phobics avoid certain cities because they have more snakes.
  3. Acrophobia – The fear of heights. Five percent of the general population suffer from this phobia.
  4. Agoraphobia – The fear of open or crowded spaces. People with this fear often wont leave home.
  5. Cynophobia – The fear of dogs. This includes everything from small Poodles to large Great Danes.
  6. Astraphobia – The fear of thunder/lightning AKA Brontophobia, Tonitrophobia, Ceraunophobia.
  7. Claustrophobia – The fear of small spaces like elevators, small rooms and other enclosed spaces.
  8. Mysophobia – The fear of germs. It is also rightly termed as Germophobia or Bacterophobia. [Trypophobia].
  9. Aerophobia – The fear of flying. 1 in 10 peopel in the UK share a fear of flying.
  10. Trypophobia – The fear of holes is an unusual but pretty common phobia.


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Hypnotherapy Manchester - Specific phobias

Some common examples of specific phobias are closed-in places, spiders or a fear of flying. It is a fear of a particular thing rather than just extreme fear, and these phobias usually begin early in the person's life and continue into adulthood.


Dental Phobia


Dental Phobia is when someone has real anxiety going to the dentist and hypnosis for root canal surgery, fillings or tooth extractions etc. Hypnotherapy is excellent for Dental Phobia to make cleints relaxed so the treatment can be carried out as easily as possible. Which benefits the cleint and the dentist.

Social phobia

Social phobia is extreme anxiety and discomfort in social situations. Fear of being watched and judged by others is overwhelming and although those suffering are aware that they are acting irrationally, they are unable to control and overcome their fears. Social phobia can vary from fearing just one situation to fearing all situations involving other people. Social phobia also usually begins in childhood or adolescence.

Signs you have a phobia


  • trembling
  • sweating
  • nausea
  • headaches
  • racing heart
  • blushing
  • palpitations
  • difficulty talking.


Causes of phobia

Phobias often begin early in an individual’s life and may occur for a number of reasons. It seems phobias can run in families; however whether this is hereditary or simply learned behaviour is unclear. For example a child may learn a phobia by observing a family member’s reaction to an object or situation. Traumatic experiences and brain chemicals are also believed to influence the development of phobias.

Treatment for phobia

Hypnotherapy can help to identify the root cause of the phobia and enable individuals to react to the particular object or situation they once feared in a calmer manner when encountering it in the future. Phobias are displaced fears and because they are not rational, they can be dealt with. Hypnotherapy can also help with relaxation and visualisation techniques for desensitisation and forming new habits such as being more calm and relaxed.


You can review a listing of 530 medically listed phobias here



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Hypnotherapy Manchester - DIY self diagnosis for Fear Of Flying

If you can answer YES to most of the below questions it is likely that you are affected by a fear of flying.


  1. Do you have high levels of anticipatory anxiety prior to a flight?
  2. Do you experience bodily symptoms prior and during flying, such as hyperventilating, sweating, churning stomach and dizziness?
  3. Do you avoid flying wherever possible, and if able to only fly under duress?
  4. Do you picture catastrophic scenes while flying that cause you significant distress?
  5. Is your fear impacting on your relationships or work due to an inability to attend holidays or meetings?
  6. Do you worry that you might lose control when flying and spontaneously open the airplane door or draw attention to yourself?



Generally, the solution is to see that phobia in a different context starting from an objective perspective and then gradually building up exposure from a minimal to comfortable level. Using hypnosis this can be done rapidly as the unconscious is able to process information more effectively without the interference of the critical mind. This is a known as desensitisation. Often phobias can be treated in just one session. There is, however, no guarantee as change depends on the individual’s willingness to embrace it. Most therapists will therefore give you a realistic expectation of how long treatment may last. I use a slightly different approach to treating phobias depending on whether you know when the phobia first started, how you view it and how receptive you are to change. After your session you will feel completey different about your old phobia and you will have an immediate result.

The most common top ten Phobias
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Fears and Phobias


Fear is a natural response caused by real danger. For example, we are all scared of coming face to face with a wild, hungry animal, and fear is a survival instinct which warns us against certain things or situations. A phobia, on the other hand, is an irrational fear of an object or situation that causes little or no danger. For example, arithmophobia (fear of numbers) may cause certain individuals anxiety, but the fear itself won’t cause any danger. Phobias are linked to our subconscious, and because they are irrational, they can often be dealt with effectively.

Phobias are extremely common and range from the less well-known i.e. asymmetriphobia (fear of asymmetrical things) to the more commonly recognised dentophobia (fear of dentists). There will usually be strong avoidance behaviour connected with the phobia, and feelings of anxiety, loss of control and panic. Sufferers usually know their fear is irrational, but they cannot control it.

Experts agree hypnosis is excellent to treat phobias. Phobias are often categorised into specific phobias and social phobia.