Hypnotherapy is the practice of using the power of suggestion to bring about positive change in clients or patients who are under hypnosis. A hypnotherapist will meet with a client before performing hypnosis and discuss medical history, ailments and goals for treatment. Because a client’s subconscious mind is more open to suggestions from a hypnotherapist, they are more likely to accept a therapist’s words and advice during the hypnotherapy session, which can be the catalyst for positive change.
Hypnosis is the practice of relaxing the conscious mind to a trance-like state, and subsequently brining the subconscious mind into a heightened state of awareness that is more open to the hypnotherapist’s positive suggestions. In this state of narrowed focus and relaxation, a person’s body muscles relax, their breath slows, and their heart rate decreases.
Hypnotherapy has been proven to help treat a number of physical, medical and mental health disorders and diseases.
Hypnotherapy has been proven to treat or help with:
• Pain management
• Phobias (intense fears)
• Post-traumatic stress disorder
• Bad habits
• Sports performance
• Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS)
• Weight Loss
• Self esteem and confidence