Hypnotherapy is a form of alternative approach used to reprogram the subconscious mind. When you are in hypnosis, your mind and body are in an increased state of learning, making you more sensitive to suggestions for self-improvement or behavior modification.
In a Hypnotherapy session you are in control of your body all the time. You listen to the suggestions made for you and you are able to remember them after the session. Hypnosis does not work if you do not want to be hypnotized. Once you enter a state of hypnosis, you will feel your body calm and relaxed. You experience a state of increased awareness, a state similar to what you would feel during meditation. Hypnotherapy helps to lose weight, quit smoking or drinking or any other addictive behaviors.
Although people often seek out Hypnotherapy for these reasons, there are more benefits to it. People can visit a hypnotherapist to get rid of phobias and increase their self-esteem. Hypnotherapy can also be used to treat chronic pain, insomnia and anxiety. It is important to remember that hypnotherapists are not doctors. Although hypnosis can help manage pain, it does not cure diseases such as cancer or heart disease. Do not use Hypnotherapy if there is psychosis or certain types of personality disorder, as it could put a strain on the condition. Hypnotherapy, also referred to as guided hypnosis, is a form of psychotherapy that uses relaxation, immediate concentration and intense attention to achieve increased awareness or self-awareness.In other words, the person experiences a “trance” state or developed state of consciousness. This approach aims to work with the mind in order to reduce or alleviate a variety of issues. The goal of Hypnotherapy is to create a positive change in the person while he is asleep.