Hypnotherapy is something that promotes healing or positive development. Hypnotherapy aims to reprogram patterns of behavior within the mind where baseless fears, phobias, unhealthy thoughts, and unexpressed emotions are overcome. Gone are the days when hypnosis were seen as waving those pocket watches and controlling people’s minds to do something beyond reason or their belief. The reality is that you are in full control in hypnosis, just like in self-hypnosis, and the things you do are not outside of yourself. A hypnotist helps a person with his experience.
Patients differ in their readiness and ability to success in self-hypnosis and in order to achieve meaningful results, there is a need to have several sessions. To reinforce the usefulness of what they have learned in the sessions, patients are encouraged to practice when they have learned on their own.
The various applications of hypnotherapy is associated with our psychological, emotional, and physical disorders. With hypnosis, pain in surgery and dentistry is relieved. Hypnosis can help prepare a pregnant woman so that child bearing is shortened. The suffering that disabled patients, and patients facing terminal illnesses are eased with hypnosis. People who are addicted to smoking and alcoholism can be helped with hypnosis. During hypnosis sessions, the process of altering our state of consciousness happens, and when it does one part of the brain, the analytical part is turned off, but the subconscious is awake. Here, the subconscious mind is awakened but the conscious mind is inhibited.
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Then the way the therapist reprograms the fears and other negative emotions of the patient is to plant positive ideas, concepts, and lifestyle adaptations to the subconscious mind of the patient. During this relaxed trance-like state, the body releases its conscious control and his breathing becomes slower and deeper, and the pulse rate drops and metabolic rate falls. In a way, when this is happening the body would alter its sensation of pain. Acute symptoms then become less acute.
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Take the example of a person who is consciously afraid of heights. They can overcome it conscious by thinking nice thoughts when they are in a high place. In this situation, when he feels the very strong wind that causes the trees to sway in this very high place, he goes back to his fears because his subconscious mind still tells him that he is in a frightful place which is very high. The subconscious mind then needs to be reprogrammed so progress can be made and those deep seated instincts and beliefs are abolished.