Hypnotherapy is completely natural and safe and the positive benefits are long lasting and often permanent.
These are everyday examples of an altered state of awareness or narrowing of focus.
Hypnosis is another example of an altered state of awareness – one which can be used for self-help. It is a perfectly natural state, which occurs between being fully awake and fully asleep.
In the clinical setting, hypnosis is usually accompanied by a pleasant state of physical relaxation, which in itself is beneficial especially in the symptoms induced by or aggravated by stress.
The term Hypnotherapy means the use of hypnosis for the treatment and relief of a variety of somatic and psychological symptoms.
It is important to note that no one can be hypnotised against their will and no one can be forced to do things while in hypnosis that they do not want to do.
Hypnotherapists use hypnosis not only for medical purposes, but also as an aid for the resolution of many problems that are psychological in origin.
It is estimated that approximately 85% of people of all age groups will readily respond to Clinical Hypnotherapy. It is often successful when other more conventional methods of treatment have failed.
Listed below are some of the conditions for which hypnotherapy is indicated as a practical treatment: