What are Hypnotherapy and Hypnosis
Hypnosis is a perfectly safe, non intrusive therapy. And at all times you are in control of how the treatment progresses. If you are at a point in your life where you want to change or improve something. Then Hypnotherapy can be very beneficial for you to achieve your desired goals. And depending on the particular goal the results can in some cases be quite rapid.
How does Hypnotherapy Work?
In many ways Hypnosis and Hypnotherapy are the art of securing a patient`s attention. Then effectively communicating ideas that serve to enhance motivation and change perceptions.
These improvements and changes in behaviour are delivered by means of a Practitioner using Hypnotic Language. Which induces a state of deep relaxation known as `Trance`. This enables the patient`s conscious mind to slide into neutral and allow the unconscious mind to become more receptive to suggestions and ideas.
And enables them to alleviate fears or phobias or set in motion improvements to their lives such as;
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In more layman terms it is a effective method of replacing unwanted behaviours. With more productive and pleasurable ones that enhance their lives and those around them. Many people call this “Guided Imagery” and it is a very effective way to describe Hypnosis.
Who can Benefit from Hypnotherapy?
Ultimately the answer to this is that virtually anyone can benefit from Hypnotherapy.
But it isn’t just with potential that Hypnotherapy`s beneficial qualities stop. As Hypnotherapy has many more uses. In fact the list is almost endless. A few of the areas that Hypnotherapy can be of benefit include. Stress, Anxiety, Panic,(and not just at the Disco), Phobias, Unwanted Habits and Addictions, (e.g. Smoking, Overeating, Alcoholism), disrupted Sleep Patterns, lack of Confidence and Low Self Esteem, fear of Examinations and Public Speaking, Allergies and skin disorders(e.g. Eczema, Itching, Burns, Wound Disorders), Migraine and Irritable Bowel Syndrome.
Hypnotherapy has also been valuable to surgery patients for whom normal anaesthetics have not been practical. It has been particularly useful to dentistry patients both for fear of dentists and pain relief. Other areas that Hypnotherapy has had success are in helping to resolve relationship problems and anger management patients. It has also been used successfully for cases of PTSD.
What Else Can It Do
It is perfectly safe, non intrusive therapy. And at all times you are in control of how the treatment progresses. If you are at a point in your life where you want to change or improve something. Then Hypnotherapy can be a very beneficial vehicle for you to achieve your desired goals. And depending on the particular goal the results can in some cases be quite rapid.
Many celebrities, sports stars and public figures use Hypnotherapy techniques to enhance their performances and realise their potential. It can be likened to the suggestibility of advertising using powerful imagery to persuade people to buy their products. Whereas Hypnotherapy uses suggestibility to enhance a person`s life.