What Is Hypnotherapy?
Hypnosis therapy has been used to treat many illnesses from mental to physical for thousands of years. The main goal of hypnotherapy is to make a person realize that they have full control of their life and they have the power to make changes through actions and habits. When hypnotherapy is used effectively, it is proven to help many physical and mental health issues such as lack of confidence, anxiety, stress, losing weights, quitting smoking, insomnia, phobias, and conditions. It could also be used to treat physical conditions such as asthma, pain and irritable bowel syndrome.
According to researchers, the mind plays a major role in pain management. Participants must believe the therapy and be willing to corporate it to be successful. If you are looking for hypnotherapy for any reason, you should make sure that your hypnotherapist is licensed, practitioner. They could be family counselors, psychologist, and medical doctors. Hotels Barbados offers many experienced licensed hypnotherapists.
It is worth considering hypnotherapy if you have an unsolved condition especially if these are affecting your health or daily social life. You have nothing to lose!
A friend of mine was very afraid of the dark and did not know what to do about it. He used to sleep with the lights on and the blinds open. He couldn’t stay on his own in the dark, which used to cause problems from time to time as he was a grown-up man. When he tried hypnotherapy he was completely overwhelmed and he now recommends it as a worthwhile solution.
How does it work?
The subconscious mind has unrecognized strengths, weaknesses, and knowledge, which could be the source of many problems. Our thoughts acts, and habits are stored as information. Hypnosis is a technique to access the subconscious mind aiming to change our unwanted habits and acts as well as finding solutions to our problems.
What happens during the hypnotherapy session?
The therapist’s first goal is to encourage the client to talk about their concerns and problems, building a relationship of trust between them. In the second stage, called a trance state, the client lies comfortably on a chair or sofa while the therapist talks in a slow voice to start the translations. The client may be asked to imagine something, a condition or location, for example, something like Imagine yourself in St Lucia hotel….
The length of treatments may vary from one to six sessions depending on the problem and the person.