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Hypnotherapy FAQs

Hypnotherapy is a very powerful tool which can help you towards your goals. Hypnotherapy has been used since 1800's

Hypnosis doesn't work if you don't want to be hypnotised.

Unfortunately, Hypnotherapy is not funded by the NHS

The NHS offer the following information "Hypnotherapy uses hypnosis to try to treat conditions or change habits"\

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If you’re looking for help and considering hypnosis, one questions is probably at the forefront your mind, does it work? the answer for many people is YES. Research suggests that up to 75% of people can use hypnosis as a powerful self-help tool to enrich their lives in many different ways.

Hypnosis can seem to be prescribed for just about everything, from quitting smoking, to weight loss, anger management to relieving depression…..the list goes on!

Hypnotherapy works by empowering people to change and update subconscious beliefs.

Through hypnosis we can restructure and update old beliefs – quitting smoking, for instance, will be difficult and stressful – and replace them with new, more positive assumptions so you feel empowered to do whatever you want.

Hypnosis is a highly relaxed mental state, in which we bypass the critical mind. In other words, the mind is relaxed and ready to learn, the mind becomes much more susceptible to new suggestions allowing us to change how existing habits, dependencies and fears are perceived.

In deeply relaxed hypnosis, we can override these automatic thoughts, and update this thinking with new suggestions. Hypnosis works by allowing us to alter our unconscious thought processes to help us achieve specific goals.

Here’s an example: You want to use hypnosis for weight loss.

Your subconscious mind has many beliefs about losing weight. You might automatically think: Losing weight is impossible, that you don’t want to give up your favourite foods, or that you don’t have time for exercise. These unconscious thoughts – which are shaped by memories, experiences and expectations – ultimately drive our conscious actions, and we don’t even realize this is happening.

In short, our subconscious sets us up to fail and that’s true about many of our bad habits – negative self-talk, smoking, overeating – they’re all deeply rooted in unconscious thought.

Through hypnotherapy though we can begin to alter and update these negative assumptions and that might explain why the research strongly suggests hypnosis works for conditions like chronic pain, substance abuse and weight loss.

By training our minds to think differently about challenges and goals, we can eliminate the negative thoughts that so frequently leads to self-sabotage.

Simply put…..hypnosis empowers you to change your unconscious thoughts and that, in a nutshell, is how hypnotherapy works.

In recent years, hypnotherapy has regained popularity in many medical fields. In fact, hypnosis is now a common complementary medical service in a number of world-renowned healthcare facilities.

For example, Cancer Research UK suggests hypnosis as an option for sufferers to help them relax and cope with symptoms and treatments, as well as the stress and anxiety this disease can bring.

To date, the research paints a compelling picture of hypnosis for a variety of conditions – from addiction to anxiety and overeating. Here’s a look at some research in a variety of categories:

  • Insomnia and Sleep Disorders:  A 2010 study found that hypnosis was effective for inducing and increasing slow-wave REM sleep. In the study, subjects who listened to a short sleep hypnosis tape prior to taking a nap achieved 80 percent more slow-wave sleep. (Take a look at our insomnia hypnosis guide for more information.)
  • Weight Loss: A 1986 study examined how well group hypnosis worked for weight loss. The results: The group that underwent hypnosis lost 17 pounds, while the non-hypnotized group lost just 5 pounds. (Read more about hypnosis for weight loss.)
  • Smoking Cessation: 2008 randomized trial found that smokers who underwent hypnosis were more likely to quit and stay quit than those who received counselling and nicotine replacement therapy. A study in 1994 found that 80% of participants who underwent hypnosis and aversion therapy abstained from smoking after 6 months.
  • Substance Abuse:  A study of methadone patients found that those who received hypnosis were much more likely to stay drug-free. Of those receiving hypnosis, 94 percent were narcotic-free at 6 months.
  • Anxiety and Depression: A 2010 review of research showed six studies that suggested hypnosis helped with anxiety. A 2009 meta-analysis also found that hypnosis was significantly effective for treating depression.

In summary:

We’ve provided you with a lot of information regarding how hypnosis works but fundamentally it’s all down to you, do you want to make a change?

In summary, the process is simple. Reality is formed by our preconditioned beliefs. We expect a bottle of wine to taste better because it’s more expensive – and bam, we perceive an elevated difference in taste.

Hypnosis provides a means for overriding our existing beliefs, assumptions and memories. This is achieved by following a hypnotic induction, in which we reach a hypnotized state.

According to the state theory of hypnosis, when we reach hypnosis, we’re able to disassociate our behavioural controls and critical thoughts. In other words, we can hear suggestions and follow them without questioning why we’re following them, we have simply changed our decision-making process.

Our brains have a complex network for interpreting the world around us. Over the course of our lives, negative and unhelpful thoughts have worked their way into that network. This is why when we experience stress, we feel an overwhelming urge to comfort eat, or smoke, or turn to drugs or alcohol. These unconscious urges are uncontrolled! They happen automatically.

Hypnosis enables us to overcome and suppress these uncontrolled thoughts. And that’s where the power lies, Hypnosis empowers each of us to believe suggestions that best serve us to be true, and in turn, enables you to alter your behaviour and improve your life.

So, what are you waiting for? Stop wasting your time trying to make changes without addressing the root of the problem, it only leads back to the same place! If you want to make a change to enrich your life, then seize the day and help yourself with hypnotherapy, as one day, the day won’t be there to change.