Professional Hypnotist Expert Tips & Advice To A More Healthy You
The ability of hypnosis solving the issues of memory loss is determined by three main factors.
These are the mechanisms of the memory itself, the skill of the affected person, and hypnosis as a whole.read more
Many people do not understand the meaning of hypnosis treatment general and the manner in which it helps in treating cancer.
Hypnosis can be defined as a focused state of attention involving both physical relaxation and the alertness of the mind in regards to curiosity and openness to suggestions.read more
A lot of research has been done on hypnosis, but this has not stopped controversies between experts regarding what happens in a dream.
In fact, hypnosis has worked wonderfully healing the mind, body as well as other spiritual aspects of life.read more
Hypnosis treatment gambling addiction is an effective method of treatment for many people.
The use of hypnosis and relaxation techniques in hypnotherapy helps a client access their deepest unconscious parts hence identify the triggers that made them an addict.read more
The general treatment hypnosis has the qualities to virtually treat anything that ranges from eliminating chronic pains to rectifying poor study habits among students. Hypnotherapy handles clients who desire to stop bad routines or fix distress.read more
Hypnotherapy heals shadow defences and this is considered as one of the best and perfect solution to this problem.
Research reveals that our shadow parts have the tendency of living in the recesses of our subconscious mind. These shadow parts can be described as blind spots that we can easily have a glimpse of while at the same time disappear in an instant.read more
Most people experience performance anxiety especially when they are required to perform a work-related task in the presence of their superiors, or during public speaking, or even appearing before a crowd. The anxiety in most cases manifests as fear.read more
Anxiety stress treatment by medication is usually the first method applied when treating patient with stress and anxiety. This may be effective for some people, but it is somehow like placing a gauze bandage on a gushing wound.read more
What triggers a panic attack?
Anxiety and Depression Association of America or the ADAA define panic attack as a sudden attack of discomfort or fear.
According to this body, this attack may reach to climax barely 10 minutes after onset.read more
In a world dominated by obesity, and the associated life-threatening conditions, it makes sense to seek out innovative solutions. For many people, losing weight seems like an impossible task to achieve. Especially since there are a multitude of temptations around.read more
Hypnotherapy For Irritable Bowel Syndrome
(Tracy Bowden, the reporter interviewing the IBS patient Sally Casper)
For Sally Casper, a trip to the local dog park was once a stressful and unpredictable exercise.
(Sally Casper, talking to her dogs)
Come on. Let’s all go.read more
Hypnosis is a therapy that is widely used to help patients remember the traumatic childhood memories.
It can also be used for law enforcement purposes where officials undergo the procedure to remember eyewitnesses and all the information related to the case such as the events that took place, crime scene and so on.read more
There are many misunderstandings about what hypnosis does and the advantages that it has to offer. Many athletes can benefit from undergoing a hypnosis session.read more
Hypnosis is a treatment that is used for various mental and body treatments like improving the immunity, calming and relaxing the mind and the body by reducing anxiety.read more
Success can be Easier than You Think
It has been reported that the people with the highest incomes work in sales. It is reported that 80 percent of the commissions are paid are only earned by 20 percent of the workers.
This may seem unfair. If two sales people are working for the same company and they selling the same products or services, and work the same amount of time, why would their earnings be so different ?read more
Some people struggle with weight loss their entire life. You may lose weight and within a couple of months put it back on. You may try different diets and they work for a short period of time. Within a couple of months you are gaining the weight back.read more
Stress is a normal occurrence of life. However, excessive stress is a serious issue that affects our ability to concentrate and to make simple decisions. People suffering from excessive stress will make silly mistakes and procrastinate a lot.read more
Has your latest attempt to quit smoking failed? Do you believe all the rumors about nicotine addiction? Has yet another resolution gone up in smoke? Considering that the average packet of cigarettes costs $22, with a 20-a-day habit you could be wasting $154 a week or $660 in one monthread more
If you are looking to lose weight or quit smoking, you could try hypnosis. The data on hypnosis research proves beyond doubt that that hypnosis is a feasible health treatment option. Hypnosis is a proven an effective technique used to treat a wide array of physical and psychological ailments.read more
Hypnosis and Weight Loss Studies:- The following are the results of a number of academic studies looking at weight loss methods that use hypnosis:read more
Hypnosis is very effective in many clinical settings and this has been proven in studies. Hypnosis has been applied in relation to pain, burn injuries, surgery, anxiety, post-traumatic stress disorder and even for coma patients. It can also be useful for stress surrounding labor and delivery and other obstetric areas.read more
Hypnosis for addiction treatment is becoming a popular and viable treatment option. There are plenty of studies that show how hypnosis helps drug addicts have raised self-esteem, serenity, and lowered impulsivity.read more
Frequently Asked Questions About A Professional Hypnotist’s Role In Your Health
How many hypnotherapy sessions will I need?
Just as people come in different shapes and sizes, they also react to hypnosis in different ways. Depending on their reaction and their desire to make permanent changes, experience tells us that people commonly achieve the most positive results by undergoing 3 to 5 sessions. But you might be able to make the changes you want in only one session! It has happened.
Can I claim the cost of hypnotherapy with my private health fund?
Some of the more progressive health funds cover a portion of the session cost, especially from Clinical Members of the Australian Hypnotherapists’ Association, one of Linda’s qualifications. We suggest you contact your fund directly for the relevant information.
Can anyone be hypnotised?
Yes, if you allow it to happen. Anybody can resist hypnosis if that’s what they want to do. If you listen and follow the instructions of the practitioner, then you will be hypnotised and the hypnotherapist can make any changes you need.
Will you make me act like a chicken?
No, not unless that’s what you want! Your subconscious mind won’t allow you to do anything you’re not entirely comfortable doing. It protects you physically and emotionally and, in hypnosis, you are in control.
Will I go to sleep during hypnotherapy?
No, not normally. In deep hypnosis the conscious mind wanders, leaving the subconscious mind open to therapeutic suggestion. This can feel like sleep because you won’t necessarily remember what is being said to you, but you will be aware of everything.
Will I hear everything you say?
Yes. You have to hear everything being said to receive any benefit from it. This is an important point because you must allow your conscious mind to wander during hypnosis, and this gives you the impression that you can’t hear what’s being said. While this happens, however, your subconscious mind hears and understands everything. And this is where we can help you make the changes you want to make.
A famous stage hypnotist told me I couldn’t be hypnotised. Is this true?
No. Stage hypnosis, by nature, is required to be entertainment, and the individuals who are willing and open to this type of hypnosis make up about 50% of the population. By telling you that you couldn’t be hypnotised, they meant hypnotised in a way suitable for stage hypnosis – quickly and deeply. In a therapeutic situation, we have more time to spend with you and are trained to hypnotise many different types of people using varying techniques. If you are willing to allow it to happen, then you will be able to go into the hypnotic state.
Can I get “stuck” in hypnosis?
No. This is a Hollywood myth. Your subconscious mind will not allow you to be in hypnosis any longer than necessary.
Can I be hypnotised against my will or to say or do things against my will?
There is no doubt that brainwashing and other negative influences do exist. These, however, are undertaken on a victim under duress and over a lengthy process of relentless pressure. The idea of an evil scientist hypnotising a hapless pawn is another Hollywood myth. In a therapeutic situation, no hypnotist can exert any more power over you than you allow. You will always retain and adhere to your moral code and will not say or do anything outside your own moral boundaries.
Will I become a different person?
No. All your memories and experiences will be preserved. You may feel better about yourself by overcoming negative aspects of your life and you may even look at situations from a different perspective. However, you will definitely remain who you are.
Will I remember things I don’t want to during hypnotherapy?
The subconscious mind does repress the memory of negative and traumatic experiences. This is a protective mechanism to prevent you from continually going through the scenario over and over again. The downside is that the negative emotions associated with the event can cause problems in other areas of your current life, and this is why many people turn to hypnotherapy in the first place. It’s not necessary to re-experience the event to overcome the emotions. The emotions can be effectively cleared without reliving the associated trauma.
Will I be able to remember everything that’s ever happened to me?
This is difficult to answer categorically. The subconscious mind does recall experiences and this can be extremely helpful for releasing negative patterns. It is necessary to note, however, that all these memories are stored through the filter of perception. Your memory of an experience will not be entirely the same as the person who witnessed it next to you. For this reason, the important element of hypnotherapy is the attached emotion and its influence in your life. If that influence is negative, you can overcome it without reliving the experience again in hypnosis.