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How Hypnosis Can Help You

Have you ever wondered how hypnosis can help you? The answer may be more simple than you think. 

If you allow skepticism to prevent you from even trying the first session of hypnosis, you’re doing yourself a disservice and ignoring what could be one of the most effective solutions to your problem.

There are many reasons why hypnosis will work for you. Hypnosis is defined as an altered state of consciousness wherein a person enters into a trance-like state to enhance their focus, concentration, and memory abilities. Hypnosis may also create the ability to block out pain or discomfort felt by people who suffer from chronic pain disorders.

During hypnosis, the brain wave patterns change, slowing down significantly so that one becomes absorbed in his or her own thoughts rather than focusing on outside issues. The hypnotized person can be more aware of certain sensations but also has diminished awareness for other things going on around him or her. It can enable greater attention to detail and improve concentration skills, and even mood swings can be regulated and pain reduced.

What Hypnotherapy Can Do for You

Hypnotherapy may be a useful tool for dealing with stress and anxiety. Hypnosis, for example, could help to alleviate tension and anxiety before a medical treatment, such as a breast biopsy.

Other disorders for which hypnosis has been examined include:

Control of pain: Pain from burns, cancer, childbirth, irritable bowel syndrome, fibromyalgia, temporomandibular joint disorders, dental treatments, and headaches may benefit from hypnosis.

Hot flashes: Menopause-related hot flashes may be relieved with hypnosis.

Behavior modification: Hypnosis has been used to treat insomnia, bedwetting, smoking, and overeating with moderate effectiveness.

Side effects of cancer therapy: Hypnosis has been used to alleviate the negative effects of chemotherapy or radiation treatment.

Mental problems: Anxiety, phobias, and post-traumatic stress disorder may all be treated using hypnosis.

You do not lose control of your conduct when under hypnosis, contrary to how it is frequently depicted in movies or on television. In addition, you are typically aware of and recall what occurs during your session.

Hypnosis may help patients manage pain, tension, and worry. It can also be used as part of a complete program to help someone stop smoking or lose weight.

Is Hypnosis for You?

One of the easiest ways to describe how hypnosis works is to imagine a time where you “lost” yourself in a good book or a movie. Time seemed to stand still and you were totally in the moment and immersed in a different world. It’s also been said that hypnosis or hypnotherapy can help one to get rid of the ego temporarily and feels like guided meditation or a mindfulness practice.

It’s important to remember that entering into a state of hypnosis means you’re willing to do so — it’s called a “willing state.” If you can allow your mind to be open to this incredible practice and expect to receive benefits, then you’ll be well on your way.

That’s why hypnosis will work for you. If you’re not sure what it is that you want then you’ll never get it. To get started on your hypnosis journey, contact Wendy to book a session at