Benefits of Hypnotherapy & Hypnosis

Do you ever wonder if hypnosis can help you? If so, then you must’ve thought about the ways via which hypnosis can provide you what you need. These are among the most common questions when people consider seeing hypnotherapist. A few of them are justifiably a little anxious about considering hypnotherapy as a treatment, typically because of misconceptions by what they have seen on the television or in films.

Here are a few benefits you reap from opting for hypnotherapy.

Hypnosis can help treat addictions 

Treating someone with addiction requires patience, and it should never be taken lightly. There are many types of addictions, including addiction to food, drug, alcohol, or gambling, and hypnosis can help you get rid of these with ease. Various hypnotherapy styles come into play here that involve complex sessions of regression, Ericksonian therapy and Neuro-Linquistic Programming. Hypnosis can help you regain control of your thoughts and actions ensuring you make the right choices, it also helps alleviate the physical symptoms of addiction.

Hypnosis can help you lose weight and keep it off 

One of the primary benefits of Hypnotherapy is to aid people in losing weight. Weight loss can be one of the simplest and most rewarding therapies a hypnotherapist can do but can also be one of the most difficult as well. Hypnotherapy is proven to be 30% more effective than dieting alone when it comes to weight loss.

Hypnosis can help manage chronic pain

If you have an illness or ailment that leaves you in recurrent pain like Fibromyalgia, Arthritis or Migraines then you already know that sometimes it feels like no treatment will stop the pain.  You can employ hypnosis and meditation techniques when drugs and diet have failed to control your condition. Most often, increasing pain can be brought under fast and effective control using hypnosis, and in a number of scientific studies hypnosis and hypnotherapy have been proven to be successful pain supervision techniques. If nothing is going for you when it comes to alleviating your pain, or if you don’t want to take prescription painkillers, you should give hypnosis a chance. Pain managing in hypnotherapy is done only after a diagnosis of your condition from a doctor.

For more information, please visit Cognitive Healing, and learn how to improve mental health through hypnotherapy, hypnosis for weight loss

4 Comments

  1. Jen Pack said:

    I have been trying to lose weight for years now, and I have never been able to find a solution that actually works. It’s interesting how you point out that weight loss can be one of the simplest and most rewarding therapies a hypnotherapist can do, and that it is proven to be 30% more effective than dieting alone. It seems like this could help me not only get the weight off, but keep it off. I imagine that if it works for losing weight, there could be other benefits as well. I also have a hard time concentrating, so maybe it could help me with that.

    February 7, 2017
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    • Rekha said:

      Hi Jen,
      Thank you for your comment. Yes, I can definitely help you. I offer free consultation and will be able to assess your needs following the diagnostic interview. Please call me at 585-281-2988 if you are interested. I also offer skype sessions for those not living in Rochester, NY. Hypnosis works wonders with weight loss and it will also improve your concentrations as well. Please visit my website https://www.cognitivehealing.com/hypnosis-services/ to learn more about my services and also read the testimonials of other clients.
      I look forward to hearing from you.
      Rekha

      February 7, 2017
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  2. In your article, you stated that hypnotherapy is proven to be 30% more effective than dieting alone when it comes to weight loss. My wife has been very stressed and anxious lately because of all the daily responsibilities that she has to complete and someone suggested that she do hypnotherapy. I wonder if a person has to go to a regular physician for a referral in order to receive this treatment.

    March 23, 2017
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  3. Scott Adams said:

    Wow, I had no idea that hypnosis could help you regain control of thoughts to help fight addiction. My friend has suggested I go to a hypnotherapist, and I was wondering if they could help with my addictions. I’ll have to keep hypnotherapy in mind if it could help with that. Thanks for the information!

    June 23, 2017
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