Hypnotherapy and Hypnosis Therapy
These are alternative medical healing methods that use the subconscious mind to help change a persons current understanding, and behavioral responses into new responses, thoughts, attitudes, behaviors and feelings. It is undertaken with a subject in hypnosis, in a trance. The purpose of hypnosis as a therapeutic, as a medical technique is to help you understand and gain more control over your behavior, emotions and physical well-being.
What is Medical Hypnotherapy?
Medical hypnotherapy works by inducing a trance like state marked by a waking awareness that allows people to experience detached external attention and to focus on inner awareness. It is a meditative space that allows deep focus on the issues that are blocking your progress and healing.
Often it is used as one aspect of a treatment plan for phobias and other anxiety disorders. It is also sometimes used for pain management, weight loss, smoking cessation, and a variety of other issues. See them here…
Therapeutic uses for hypnosis began in the late 1700s but did not gain scientific credibility until much more recently. Modern researchers have further explored how hypnosis can be used, which conditions it can treat, and how effective it may be compared to other treatments.