Hypnotherapy is the use of hypnosis in the treatment of emotional and psychogenic problems. Hypnosis is a state of intense relaxation and concentration, in which the mind becomes remote and detached from everyday cares and concerns. The subconscious part of the mind, in a relaxed state, is best able to respond creatively to suggestion and imagery. It can be used for almost any problem treatable by psychotherapy and also for many physical ailments.
- Hypnotic touch
- Counting down numbers
- Using music, voice and images
- The body and conscious mind are completely relaxed – NOT asleep or unconscious.
- Breathing and heart rate slow down.
- The subconscious mind remains awake and receptive to suggestion
- The depth of hypnosis varies from a deep state to a very light one
COMING OUT OF HYPNOSIS
- Most people feel rested, relaxed and refreshed
IS HYPNOTHERAPY SAFE?
- It is very safe when used by a qualified hypnotherapist.
- The subject remains in control at all times.
- Hypnotherapy is approved by the British Medical Association.
- Hypnosis should NOT be used or ONLY WITH CARE on people suffering from epilepsy, psychosis, schizophrenia etc