When you read how many benefits are associated with hypnosis you will wonder what has kept you away for so long…
1. Hypnosis treats addictions
Food, alcohol, cigarettes, gambling and many other addictions can all be treated by hypnotherapy. Hypnosis re programs your brain away from associating your addiction with pleasure, and gives you back control of your behaviour. Hypnotherapy is proven to help break addictions for good so that you don’t relapse and become addicted again within a short time.
2. Hypnosis can help reduce stress
When stressed, your mind and body simply can’t function properly. You struggle to think clearly and can’t switch off and relax. Hypnosis relaxes the mind and the body, giving your body the much needed rest it needs to re charge, heal and rest.
3. Overcome sleep disorders
Millions of people suffer from sleep disorders that range from full insomnia to disturbed sleep patterns. You need sleep to function and it is during the stages of deep sleep that your body does its house keeping, and repairs and replenishes the body. Hypnosis can help treat the underlying cause that is effecting your body from doing what it knows how to do naturally. You may also be surprised to know that15 minute’s hypnosis is the equivalent to 2 to 4 hours deep sleep.
4. Chronic pain
Scientific studies have shown that hypnosis is an effective pain management technique. If you are looking for a natural way to alleviate and overcome pain, have you considered hypnosis?. Did you know that people have undergone surgery under hypnosis, showing you how powerful hypnosis is at treating pain.
5. Weight loss
Hypnotherapy has been shown to be 30% more effective than dieting when it comes to weight loss. Loosing those unwanted pounds aren’t the challenge – it’s the thoughts and beliefs you have in your head about weight loss that get in the way!
6. Overcome Anxiety and Depression
Many people are reluctant to take medication such as anti depressants to treat anxiety and depression because they don’t want to become dependent on medication. More often than not, medication is simply a sticking plaster and doesn’t tackle the root cause. Read the hypnotherapy reviews of all the people who have found freedom from anxiety and depression through the use of hypnotherapy, and tapping therapy.
7. Recover buried memories
Your subconscious mind processes 40,000 bits of information per second and holds 95% of this subconsciously. Sometimes we don’t understand why we act or behave the way we do and understanding the link to childhood memories can help discover this and then rectify it, both by using hypnosis.
8. Transform your behaviour
Do you find you get easy irritated? Do you have trouble managing your anger? Often behavioural patterns are learned in childhood or link to a specific incident, but a hypnotic suggestion given while you’re in a deep hypnotic trance can help you get rid of those old messages telling you to behave in certain ways and replace the with messages to act in new, more appropriate ways. Emotions are what drive our behaviour so using hypnosis we can change the way you feel about something, thus changing the behaviour.
9. Hypnosis can promote deep relaxation
If you have ever tried meditation you know already the great things that relaxation does for the mind and body. You can become more creative, better at problem solving, less irritable, and you can reduce your risk of health problems like heart disease or high blood pressure significantly if you meditate or relax regularly. But if you have trouble relaxing, or if you never seem to be able to relax deeply enough to really feel refreshed, then you should try Hypnosis. Hypnosis is a wonderful way to experience truly deep relaxation that will make you feel much healthier.
10. Hypnosis can boost your self esteem
How we feel about ourselves is related to the inner voice that we listen to. We may feel that we can’t change that inner voice or stop it from feeding us negative messages, but that inner voice comes from the subconscious mind and can therefore be changed using Hypnosis. Using the power of hypnotic language we can change the way we feel about ourselves and find ourselves listening to a kinder more supportive inner voice.