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Hypnosis is an excellent method to manage chronic headaches; it is noninvasive, does not involve the use of any drugs, and has no side effects.
Hypnotherapy can help you enter a relaxed state of mind that allows you to alter the perception of stress and learn to better cope with difficulties in your life.
Hypnosis, which allows people to tap into their own inner potential for healing and change, is a useful tool for treating insomnia that is caused by stress.
Hypnotherapy helps depression by assisting patients with taking positive steps toward better coping skills, healthier behavior, and happier moods.
Hypnotherapy can help patients cope with neuropathy by redirecting the client’s attention away from the pain and encouraging relaxation to lessen the perception of pain.
Hypnotherapy assists patients with anxiety disorders by treating their symptoms as well as uncovering and releasing the root causes for the phobias.
According to the British Society of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis, "In therapy, hypnosis usually involves the person experiencing a sense of deep relaxation with their attention narrowed down, and focused on appropriate suggestions made by the therapist."
Though scientists cannot agree on precisely how hypnosis works, it is apparent that the subconscious mind is awake and accessible, while the conscious control of the mind is subdued.
Many people hesitate to use hypnotherapy to help them move through their problems as they believe some of the common myths that are currently in circulation regarding hypnosis.
The history of hypnosis includes its ancient beginnings with shamanic altered states for ritual use, the work of Franz Anton Mesmer (from whom we have the word mesmerize) in the 1800s, and its modern use during WWI and WWII.
Clinical hypnotherapy significantly and consistently decreases the experience of chronic pain, and helps to improve the overall outcome of medical treatment for pain.
There are three major divisions within the field of hypnosis, each with their own approach, training requirements and practice methods. These three divisions are clinical hypnosis, stage hypnosis and forensic hypnosis.
Breaking a smoking habit is one of the most frequent uses of hypnosis, and one of the areas of greatest success in hypnosis practice. Hypnosis is particularly helpful in breaking the linkage between lighting up and non-smoking activities and events.
Feminization hypnosis is the process of inducing hypnotic states in men which allow them to assume a female identification.
Here are several frequently asked questions and answers about hypnosis. Learn about self-hypnosis, hypnosis for pain, and more.
Hypnotherapy is the treatment of a variety of health conditions by hypnotism or by inducing prolonged sleep.Hypnotherapy is thought to date back to the healing practices of ancient Greece and Egypt. n....
Self-hypnosis, also called auto-hypnosis, is a process of both hypnotizes and giving suggestions to oneself. Rather than working with a hypnotherapist, hypnotist or recorded session, this is a form of entirely self-guided hypnosis.
A wide variety of recorded self-hypnosis products are available in stores and on the Internet. The quality of these recordings varies widely, as does the hypnotic content. Learn some tips on choosing the right product for you.
Hypnosis is a popular method to help lose excess weight because because it can access the subconscious directly, reprogramming your approach to food and eating, breaking the overeating habit and making permanent changes in your behaviors.
Hypnotherapy is considered one of the most successful treatment approaches for chronic irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), helping the symptoms in 70 to 80 percent of patients.