Alveston Hypnotherapist discusses whether hypnotherapy can work for you?
Hypnotherapy – Is is really effective?
A hypnotic approach is scoffed at more than a few – the picture of a swinging watch and the phrase ‘you are feeling sleepy… very sleepy’ is regrettably what springs to mind when we hear the word ‘hypnosis’. Either that or they link it with being forced to do demeaning things such as clucking like a chicken. Yet true hypnotherapy is not a daft party trick; it is a real path for people to defeat undesirable habits, for instance overindulging or smoking tobacco, by re-wiring the depths of the mind. But of course, if you’re considering making use of this hypnotherapeutic treatment for yourself, it is natural (and wise) to wonder, ‘hypnotherapy – does it work?’. Since there is much misunderstanding about this kind of hypnotheraputic treatment, it’s vital for you to find out about the way it could help and what results it can bring.
What really is involved?
The Alveston hypnotherapist can change detrimental attitudes or behaviours by using suggestion and imagery to re-educate the unconscious mind. The subconscious mind recalls all of what we have noticed or experienced, as opposed to the conscious mind which rapidly forgets the majority of our memories. Simply by accessing this advanced ‘unseen’ network of forgotten past situations and deep rooted existing beliefs, the hypnotherapist helps the person to create new, more beneficial patterns of behaviour by working directly with the source.
In contrast to the popular belief, hypnotherapists don’t put customers to sleep. Rather, the customer is eased into a state of profound relaxation.
It is typical for those who enter a state of trance only to become aware that they have been ‘’in’ hypnosis once they are going back into a normal state of consciousness. Some individuals undergo no conscious shift in their mindset, because within a hypnosis session the customer remains alert to everything that is taking place around them. However, lots of people can be surprised by how little they can remember about the session, as often a level of amnesia develops when we are deeply relaxed.
Genuine benefits of Hypnotherapy in Alveston
Quite a few men and women have seen life-changing results through utilising a hypnotic approach, typically highly recommending it to other people for problems like smoking, addictions, sadness, anxiety, excess weight, lack of sleep, plus much more. Also numerous celebrities have taken advantage of hypnotherapy, including Matt Damon (to help him quit smoking cigarettes), Orlando Bloom (to beat an addiction to chocolate), Kevin Costner (to remove sea sickness whilst recording ‘Waterworld’) and Sophie Dahl (for weight loss).
Hypnosis in Alveston is by no means a gimmicky therapy craze with no real worth – in the 1890’s, the British Medical Association commissioned an assessment to determine the nature and effects of hypnosis: “The Committee are of opinion,” they said, “that as a therapeutic agent hypnotism is frequently effective in relieving pain, procuring sleep, and alleviating many functional ailments [i.e. psycho-somatic complaints and anxiety disorders].” Einstein is even thought to have used it!
With positive reviews for hypnotherapy spanning over 100 years, plus so many contented customers, this solution offers a powerful solution to many different issues.
Changes Welcome Hypnotherapy works with all kinds of people, helping them with all kinds of issues, and operates in Bristol serving Alveston & South Gloucestershire, and via Webcam. If you would like to get help in Bristol, get in touch today.