Hypnosis can be used to assist individuals wanting to improve the quality of their lives through Pain Control and Management, Stress Reduction, Smoking Cessation, Weight Loss, Self-confidence enhancement and many other areas. When one accepts that there is a mind-body connection, it is easier to understand how working with the subconscious effects a profound and lasting change in behaviour and can rid individuals of negative beliefs and habits. Many who suffer sleep deprivation from stress, fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue syndrome or innumerable other illnesses will benefit from training their body to relax, breathe properly and deeply, and therefore improve their quality of sleep. Hypnosis can help lift depression through positive suggestions by alleviating anxiety and the frustration of memory loss.
Hypnosis can also motivate individuals to do the exercises that might be needed for flexibility and movement. Even though pain is uncomfortable, for some people it is proof of being alive. At least there is some kind of feeling, no matter how negative.
Hypnosis can help in these situations to diminish pain to tolerable levels. A person can learn to turn the pain off. Once that kind of control is experienced, there is more freedom in living a more normal life where pain may be present, but is no longer the sole focus of one’s existence.
Hypnosis is a valuable tool in modifying how we think and short-circuiting the patterns that can get us stuck. The astounding truth of Hypnosis is that it is completely natural and with no negative side effects! The individual feels more relaxed and in control. With Pre and Post Operative Hypnosis, patients experience fewer traumas (they are mentally prepared) and faster healing through their own focused mental attention to the area needing healing.
Hypnosis, as you can see, is a form of focused attention with the individual being in control. An individual motivated to quit smoking can do so with the Smoking Cessation 4 week program and be guaranteed a 90% success rate.
Safe, natural, no negative side effects, and something the individual can do for himself.