What you need to know about Hypnotherapy?
Greek word “hypnos,” simply means, “sleep.”
Hypnotherapy, as a branch of psychotherapy, employs hypnosis as a tool to relax a patient into a hypnotic state or “trance,” so he/she can open up about and reconcile painful, traumatic, and repressed memories, impeding their mental health.
This trance state can also assist in some cases to alter views and perceptions into real-life feelings, and conflicts such as relationship issues, nervousness or stage fright, work conflicts, and even chronic pain. While in this state an individual is more “open” to committing towards making positive changes in his/her life.
Hypnotherapy can help ease physical, mental, emotional, behavioural (i.e. smoking, addiction, weight loss, or nail-biting), and psychological symptoms (i.e. stress, anxiety, ADHD, PTSD, phobias, and depression), so individuals (young and old) can live happy and productive lives.