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Anxiety is a constant state of arousal. The most common complaints by an anxious person are sweating, nausea, ”butterflies“ in the stomach, palpitations or chest pain, shallow or constricted breathing, including shortness of breath. And muscle tensions and headaches are often found. Not all these different symptoms may be experienced, as everyone is an individual. Anxiety is normally persistent; its severity depends on how badly individuals expect they will do in a situation, how much control they have in a particular situation or event, and how critically they will be judged afterwards. They frequently evaluate themselves or create an image that is negative, which causes further or persistent anxiousness. They frequently worry about anything and everything, which may cause insomnia or an inability to go to work. Nearly all those suffering from anxiety will complain of not being able to concentrate or that they have a poor memory. There is nothing wrong with their concentration or memory, but the underlying anxiety prevents them from thinking with logic and reason. Hypnosis is utilized to significantly to reduce anxiety through the use of relaxation and by using visualization techniques to overcome exaggerated, fearful thought processes.