Why hypnotherapy?

Have you tried various therapies or attempted to sort out the problem on your own and nothing has worked, or you’ve had limited success? Try hypnotherapy, it could be all you need to free yourself from your particular problem.

Hypnosis has become popular and widely used the world over, for very good reasons – it can really help with a wide range of problems. The success rate is very good. The most popular use of hypnosis is to overcome bad habits, end insomnia, recall experiences, pain management, IBS, stress etc; in fact the list is endless. By harnessing the powers of the mind, a clients issues may be dealt with. Most people find hypnosis a calming and relaxing experience.

 

What is hypnotherapy?

Hypnotherapy is a type of complementary medicine in which hypnosis is used to create a state of focused attention and increased suggestibility, during which positive suggestions and guided imagery are used to help individuals deal with a variety of concerns and issues.

Hypnosis involves reducing the peripheral awareness and enhancing the ability to respond to suggestions. During hypnosis a person has heightened concentration. The subconscious mind is then spoken to, to help encourage the change the client is looking for. It is vital the client is fully committed to the process.

Hypnotherapy does not put the client to sleep and during the hypnosis session the client is always in control. Hypnotherapy is especially useful for habit breaking and things like anxiety, confidence issues, fear of flying, public speaking, stress and much more. There has been a lot of research into hypnosis and its benefits and it has a good success record. There are many reasons why you may want to experience hypnotherapy. Your mental health has a direct effect on your physical health and visa versa of course. In today’s world, stress has become very common and hypnosis is excellent in helping to manage this.

 

What can hypnotherapy help with?

Hypnosis can help with many issues. Find some examples below:

Shyness
Stop smoking
Stage fright
Stammering
Tension
Travel nerves
Timidity
Torticollis
Twitching
Worry
Accident proneness
Anxiety
Amnesia
Bullying
Blushing
Car sickness

Claustrophobia
Confidence issues
Depression
Duodenal ulcers
Exam nerves
Fears
Frigidity
Guilt
Habits
Indecision
Inferiority
Insomnia
Memory
Negativity
Public speaking
Phobias

There are some things which should not be treated by hypnosis, including:

Epilepsy
Paranoia
Psychosis
Schizophrenia