Hypnosis makes a great sideshow on the Vegas Strip, but it also offers a legitimate method to overcoming health challenges like quitting smoking, losing weight, managing phobias, controlling pain, and minimizing the impacts of insomnia. So how exactly does it work, and why should you give it a shot?
Hypnotherapy is drastically different from the stage hypnosis used by entertainers to convince otherwise logical people to cluck like a chicken and belt out a Madonna song. Compared to entertaining hypnosis, hypnotherapy is a therapeutic strategy to change unwanted behaviors, manage problems, and achieve new goals. Not only is it safe and even rejuvenating, but it creates a hypnotic state in which the patient can achieve mental and physical self-healing.
The conscious mind only comprises 10% of any person’s total being. Hypnotherapy makes it possible to access that other 90% to change, alter, and resolve deep-seeded problems that no other attempted solution has done. This guided process of relaxation, intense concentration, and heightened focus helps to naturally and authentically heal.
The Benefits of Hypnotherapy
If you are willing to agree to hypnotherapy, your doctor can help you open up and tackle problems with more depth and honesty that you might do when fully aware. If you need to quit smoking, your doctor can take you back to your childhood and your first cigarette to resolve the feeling of addiction and send you forward into a life without reliance upon nicotine.
Hypnotherapy is also commonly utilized to help stop overeating, anxiety attacks, and chronic pain. Some therapists can even use hypnotherapy to recover repressed memories. Since this is not a dangerous procedure and there are no side effects, it’s becoming a popular solution led by licenses and certified professionals who are trained with the technique.
In just four treatments, hypnotherapy can solve problems that may have been plaguing patients for a lifetime.