A Healthy Mind Hypnotherapy

Can You Benefit From Hypnotherapy?

Hypnotherapy & Relaxation

When talking about Hypnotherapy most people are somewhat skeptical of it. They tend to believe that they cannot be hypnotised, or whether hypnotherapy can actually help them.

When asked about what experiences they have had, most have mentioned Paul McKenna and Derrin Brown.

Hypnotherapy, as it is now, began in the middle of the 19th century. When the English physician James Braid studied the phenomenon and coined the terms hypnotism and hypnosis, after the Greek god of sleep, Hypnos. Since then more and more hypnotherapy techniques have been developed. Which has allowed more and more issues to be treated using differing techniques or combination therof. In fact, NLP (Neuro Linguitic Programming) was developed from Hypnotherapy.

Conditions That Can Be Treated

There is a wide array of conditions that can be treated by Hypnotherapy. Such as to control pain, to aid weight loss. to treat addiction and also to improve symptoms of anxiety and depression. Hypnotherapy is an extremely effective method of solution-focused therapy.

Hypnotherapy works by helping the client attain a state of deep, focused relaxation, an altered state of consciousness if you will. It is in this state that the hypnotherapist makes direct contact with your unconscious mind. And it is here where the hypnotherapists provide positive suggestions and visualisations to the client, in order to work through issues effectively. Regular hypnotherapy sessions can help you change the thoughts and beliefs that cause behavioral patterns in a person’s life.

Suprisingly 80% of UK workers claim that they feel stressed through work and their working conditions. Reducing stress through hypnotherapy is a much healthier alternative to using medicinal treatments. There is also a huge success rate for quitting smoking through hypnotherapy.

Hypnotherapy can help with the following issues:

Anger Management
Anxiety, Panic and Depression
Confidence and Self-Esteem
Exam Nerves
Fears and Phobias
Pain Relief, Control
Sports Performance
Smoking
Weight Loss, Overeating and Snacking