Does Hypnosis Work Really?

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Hypnotherapy is a way of tapping into the subconscious mind to harness the body's own resources for healing or changing behaviour. It is a safe therapy, recognised as a form of treatment by the British Medical Counsel.

The human brain is divided into two areas: the conscious, and the unconscious. The conscious part is reading this; it holds a small amount of information, is logical and analytical, sorting information and moving on. The unconscious deals with memories, intelligence, creativity, and things that we don't need to directly think about – like breathing; it is hidden away and it functions without you being aware.

Your unconscious mind has the power to effect change. Unfortunately most people can't communicate with it whilst wide-awake.

Anyone who has ever lulled a child to sleep has engaged virtually the same procedures as hypnotherapy. When you are hypnotised you maintain control – if you don't like the journey you can terminate it, in the same way that an aeroplane pilot can take control of the plane when it is on 'automatic pilot'.

Hypnotherapy can assist with any issue that involves the mind. Complete relaxation or hypnosis harnesses the mind's capacities using a (Eriksson) form of hypnosis, telling the mind and body to relax. You will hear all the words I say and you will be aware of any movement in the room. Should you feel uncomfortable you would naturally open your eyes. Previous clients have said how completely relaxed they felt and how enjoyable the experience was. At the end of the session it is quite normal to be unaware of the amount of time that has passed.

Some of the Potential Benefits of Clinical Hypnosis Stop smoking, weight control, nail biting, snoring, sleep problems, stress, IBS, skin problems, blushing, immune system problems, pain-free childbirth, somatic illness, phobias, anxiety, panic attacks, emotional issues, pain control, sexual problems, addictions, increasing performance, improving memory and concentration, boosting self-confidence.


HYPNOTHERAPY – Questions & Answers

Q: WILL I LOSE CONTROL?
A: Your body and mind are the strongest bodyguards and will help you stay in as much control as you need. The only suggestions given during this therapy are to relax and to wake up feeling refreshed and positive. Clients can have a friend accompany them if it makes them feel more comfortable during the treatment.

Q: WHAT IF I DON'T BECOME HYPNOTISED?
A: It is most unlikely that you will not become hypnotised. If this were the case you would simply be receiving a massage with a calming voice telling you to relax; this would still be a very enjoyable treatment.

Q: WILL I KNOW I AM HYPNOSTISED?
A: You will not notice a significant change in thought or behaviour. You will feel more relaxed. "Am I under hypnosis?" is about as useful as saying "he is under medication" We would immediately ask "what medication?" (Asprin etc) The effect of hypnosis on the body's systems has been proven, even to the point of increasing the production of antibodies in the body (walker 1993). If relaxation is the key a more important question is, "How relaxed do I feel?" The answer is likely to be more relaxed than ever in your entire life.

Q: WILL I FORGET ANYTHING THAT IS SAID?
A: Total amnesia is not likely to occur. Nevertheless, since deep relaxation is an altered state of consciousness, information outside that state is sometimes difficult.

Q: WHAT IS HYPNOSIS?
A: If you think of your mind as a computer. Throughout your life it has been programmed with all your experiences, relationships, interpretations of the world, influences, and all this has culminated in your computer functioning with that programming. Hypnosis is simply a way of accessing that computer and updating the programming so that it becomes instinctive and intuitive for you to make the changes that you want.

Q: CAN YOU CONTROL MY MIND?
A: No one can control your mind, unless you let them. You will be given suggestions that you want to be given. At no point during the session will you lose control of your mind. If you hear a suggestion that you don't agree with or you do not wish to happen, you will immediately reject it.

Q: CAN YOU TURN ME INTO A CHICKEN?
OR BE MADE TO DO SOME EMBARRASSING ACT?

A: This myth is based on stage hypnotism. The fact is that these people volunteer to go on stage, and they allow themselves to participate in silly suggestions. Clinical hypnotherapy is not entertainment; it is a recognised form of treatment, a serious process that effects self improvement, not entertainment.

Q: HYPNOSIS IS MAGIC, SUPERNATURAL OR PLACEBO.
A: Hypnosis is a neutral state that has been studied scientifically. Hypnotherapists are not psychics or palm readers with "special powers" Hypnotherapy is based on several years of clinical research by famous psychologists such as Sigmund Freud and Dr Carl Yung, and more recently Dr Milton Erikson and Dr. John Kappas.

Q: WHAT IF THERE IS AN EMERGENCY
OR CAN I GET STUCK IN HYPNOSIS?

A: Hypnosis is in fact a state of hyper awareness. Any time there is an emergency, a person would naturally come out of the hypnotic state by opening their eyes and stretching or speaking.

Q: I HAVE NEVER BEEN IN HYPNOSIS
A: Every person naturally enters a state of hypnosis at least twice every day: just before falling asleep at night, and upon awaking every morning, before getting out of bed. Most people easily enter "environmental hypnosis" while at the movies, watching TV, driving on the highway, or while reading a good book.

Q: I CANT BE HYPNOTISED, MY MIND IS TOO STRONG?
A: This belief has been proven to be untrue. It is thought that 97% of the population can be hypnotised the other 3% are epileptics, schizophrenics or psychotics. Because you have made the decision that you are going to use hypnosis for self improvement, your mind has already accepted the idea of hypnosis.

Q: WILL I FALL ASLEEP?
A: Hypnosis is not sleep. Natural sleep is measurably different from hypnotic trance. Trance usually involves deep relaxation in which conscious movements are unlikely to occur and breathing patterns change. The hypnotised person may look like they are asleep but they are only deeply relaxed.

Q: WILL I FORGET ANYTHING THAT IS SAID?
A: Total amnesia is not likely to occur. Nevertheless, since trance is an altered state of consciousness, the access outside that state is sometimes difficult.

Q: WHAT DOES HYPNOTHERAPY FEEL LIKE?
A: The feelings that you will experience during hypnosis are similar to dozing off to sleep. Most people feel pleasantly relaxed and mentally alert while they are being hypnotised. Some say if feels like meditation, others say they feel like they do after a massage, and others that it is similar to the heightened feelings induced by certain drugs. The experience by the individual under hypnosis is completely unique and entirely different. The relaxation has an effect of changing muscle tension, heart rate, oxygen consumption, blood flow and skin temperature. Occasional involuntary movements such as the fluttering of eyelids or a tiny twitch of the arm can occur. More than 99% of clients say to me that they felt more relaxed than ever and what a wonderful, safe pleasant experience it was.

Q: DOES HYPNOSIS WORK FOR ANXIETY, WEIGHT LOSS QUIT SMOKING ETC
A: Yes call me today you will be glad you did !

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