Hypnotherapist Severn Beach
A Hypnotherapists Severn Beach can help with several health conditions by utilising hypnosis. Hypnosis can also be described as a state of protracted sleep.
Hypnotherapy finds extensive use in fields as varied as medicine, research, dentistry and psychotherapy. It also provides an alternative treatment opportunity for problems that include weight loss, stopping of a smoking habit or control of pain in areas such as migraine, arthritis, burns, facial neuralgia, childbirth and musculoskeletal disorders. Sometimes specialists use it in place of anesthesia, where patients show allergy to the drug, during operations that include thyroidectomy and certain cardiovascular operations. Dentistry patients, who have an allergy for Novocaine subject themselves to hypnotherapy.
Today Severn Beach hypnotherapists can also help people to surmount many phobias, such as performance anxiety in sports, and improving the memory quotient of students in classrooms, besides removing their mental blocks, improving their motivation, shedding procrastination, enhancing the decision-making process, job performance, providing relaxation and helping with stress management.
You can trace the history of hypnotherapy back to the healing practices that existed in ancient Greece and Egypt, when most religions considered a trance-like behavior as spiritual possession. The word hypnotherapy itself has its origins in the Greek word” Hypnos”, and takes after James Bird’s Neuro hypnotism, which refers to sleep of the nervous system. However, the father of modern hypnotherapy is undoubtedly, Austrian physician Dr. Frank Mesmer, who in 1779 stimulated a trance-like state he called mesmerism, to treat nervous disorders. Today we call this treatment as hypnotherapy.
In spite of the many difficulties suffered by Dr. Frank Mesmer, and the unwarranted criticism his peers heaped on him, some even calling him eccentric or mad, after two hundred years, the medical fraternity approved his efforts.. The British Medical Association gave its approval in 1955 and the American Medical Association soon followed with its approval in the year 1958.
Most studies show you can induce a state of hypnotherapy in 90% of the people by getting them into a state of responsiveness that differs from the normal state of consciousness. Several phenomena can manifest including sharp propensity to ideas, change of memory, blushing. Paralysis and profuse sweating, all of which the hypnotic state can perpetrate or remove.
Some of the useful applications of hypnotherapy are:
- Relieving pain in severe refractory irritable-bowel syndrome, with a rare chance of relapse
- Hypnotherapy smoking cessation programs
- Hypnotherapy is an important aspect of effective treatment of patients with bronchial asthma
- A two-session hypnotherapy using success imagery and Rational-Emotive Therapy (RET) is an effective treatment for artists who suffer from stage fright.
- Hypnotherapy is now used in cases of acute pain in burn patients
- Hypnotherapy for Confidence
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Hypnotherapy when used in entertainment may result in disastrous results, when people, close to a mental breakdown, fall over the edge, during a harmless display of the power of hypnosis. Always beware of negative outcomes and be ready for these contingencies. The World health organization warns against the practice of hypnosis on patients with mental disorders or those suffering from psychosis. However, for the vast majority of people all that is required is having the right intention and attitude, finding the right qualified professional hypnotherapist, and getting into the ideas of what is really wanted, desired, and useful, so that moving on happens naturally, and confidently in the long term.
So if you are looking for help in Bristol, get in touch today.