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5 Ways Hypnotherapy Can Help That You Never Imagined

Hypnotherapy has been around since as early as 3,000 B.C. The Egyptians were utilising the healing method of `incubation`, or `temple sleep` The priests considered the `sleep` to have special healing powers and that the person in the sleep was in an enlightened state.   In more modern times, since the 1950s it has been rising in popularity. People most often associate hypnotherapy with helping people to stop smoking or losing weight, others might know that it can help overcome phobias or assist with self-confidence. There are many more conditions that hypnotherapy can help with that people would normally not think about. Here are five of them: Asthma Asthma is often linked to anxiety or stress. Asthma sufferers often report that anxiety attacks or stressful periods…

What exactly is Clinical Hypnosis?

Clinical hypnotherapy is a term used to describe advanced methods of hypnosis, which is used to treat a range of physical, emotional or mental problems, such as pain (any pain should be checked by your GP in the first instance), stress, panic and anxiety, phobias or even problem behaviours like smoking and weight loss. By using hypnotherapy, together with therapeutic tools, a good hypnotherapist can treat numerous problems effectively. Clinical hypnosis only works if the client’s focus is turned inward so they become more self-aware. This is generally achieved by relaxing the customer as much as possible. The subconscious controls our beliefs and resources and by making use of the tool of hypnosis, the hypnotherapist can quite often alter, adjust or re-educate those beliefs and…

Why does Hypnotherapy Cost so Much?

Have you been looking into hypnotherapy but been put off by the costly fees? In today’s blog post we are going to discover why hypnotherapy is more expensive than other talking therapies. Most other therapies that fall in the category of “talking” therapies are largely based on listening. The therapist spends most of their time taking notes, asking the odd question to guide the client and letting them use their time to open up, remember what has happened to them, how it made them feel and go through the cathartic process of laying it all out in the open. Hypnotherapists, on the other hand are much more hands on during the session. They are responsible for the input of subliminal guidance or suggestions which are…