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What is Hypnosis?
The actual experience of being hypnotised is very difficult to describe, neither asleep nor awake. All hypnotic states are characterized by a tremendously pleasant state of relaxation, an altered state of consciousness into which individuals allow themselves to enter so that desired, beneficial suggestions may be given directly to the unconscious mind. Thus, hypnosis is a natural, effective way of making contact with the inner (unconscious) self, a source of many of our problems as well as a tremendous reservoir of unrecognized potential strength and knowledge, ie. the forgotten assets. Nobody can ever be hypnotised against their will and, even when hypnotised, people can still reject any of the suggestions given if they are not appropriate. Hypnotherapy means the use of hypnosis for the treatment and relief of a variety of somatic and psychological symptoms.
Clinical Applications of Hypnosis
Modern hypnotherapists use hypnosis not only for medical purposes, but also as an aid for the resolution of many problems of psychological origins. It is estimated that approximately 85% of people of all age groups will readily respond to clinical Hypnotherapy. It is often successful when other, more conventional methods of treatment have failed. Listed below are some of the conditions for which Hypnotherapy is indicated as a practical treatment, within these are specific issues such as exam nerves, taking driving tests, tension headaches, achieving your life goals and much, much more.
Stop SmokingWeight Control
Phobias & Fears
Performance Anxiety
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
Irritable Bowel Syndrome
Skin Disorders
Psycho-sexual Disorders