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What Is Hypnosis Therapy
Hypnosis therapy is the natural technique by which a hypnotherapy specialist conditions a patients thoughts.
“In a therapy environment, hypnosis usually involves the patient experiencing a state of deep relaxation with their full attention focused on appropriate suggestions made by the hypnosis therapist.”
The suggestions made within hypnosis therapy assist people make positive changes in their lives and within themselves.
Long gone are the days when the hypnosis therapy process was seen as controlling people’s minds by waving watches back and forth.
In a professional hypnotherapy session the patient is always in control and you are never made to do anything strange.
It is widely accepted that all hypnosis treatments is ultimately a form of self-hypnosis.
A hypnotist therapist simply helps to facilitate your hypnosis experience – as suggested, hypnotherapy is not about being made to do things, in fact it is the complete opposite as it is about personal empowerment.
If someone suggests that they can hypnotise a person to do something, they are usually making ridiculous claims.
What problems can be treated by hypnotherapy?
Hypnotherapy can be applied to many emotional, psychological and physical disorders.
The process is used to relieve pain in dentistry, surgery and has also proved to be of benefit in obstetrics.
It has the ability to shorten the delivery stage of pregnancy labour and can also be used to reduce the need for painkillers.
It has the ability to ease the suffering of those facing terminal illness, and it has been shown to help people to overcome addictions such as alcoholism, smoking, and bulimia.
Children are usually easier to hypnotise and can be helped with bedwetting and chronic asthma, whilst young teenagers can conquer blushing and/or stammering problems which can otherwise make their lives uncomfortable.
Treating phobias of all kinds lend themselves well to the hypnotherapy process, and anyone suffering from obsessional compulsive behaviour, panic attacks, and stress-related issues like insomnia, can benefit.
Conditions exacerbated by tension, such as IBS irritable bowel syndrome, eczema, psoriasis and excessive sweating, also respond well to hypnosis therapy, and even clicky jaws and tinnitus can be treated by hypnosis techniques.
Hypnocare Hypnosis Clinic Darlington
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