The use of hypnotherapy enables a person to overcome issues in his life; it promotes healing or positive development. In hypnotherapy, irrational fears, phobias, and negative thoughts and suppressed emotions are overcome by reprogramming patterns of behavior within the mind. 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. In reality, this is not the case with hypnotism sessions, since the control is always yours like self-hypnosis or self-governance and you are not forced to do something that you are not in agreement with. A hypnotist’s work is merely to facilitate a person’s experience.
Readiness and ability of a person to be successful in self-hypnosis is not the same for each and every person, and hypnotherapy needs several session so that a meaningful results will occur. 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. Using hypnosis to overcome smoking and alcoholism has proven to be effective with positive results. What happens in the brain is that state of consciousness is altered during hypnosis sessions where the analytical side of the brain is turned off while the other side is activated. Here, the subconscious mind is awakened but the conscious mind is inhibited.
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What the therapist does while the subconscious mind is awakened is to suggest positive ideas, concepts, and lifestyle adaptations to the subconscious mind and plants it there to enable the patient to reprogram all his negative emotions and fears. When the body is releasing conscious control while he is in a relaxed state of hypnosis, breathing becomes slower and deeper, pulse rate drops and metabolic rate falls. To some extend, the body’s sensation of pain is altered when this occurs. Thus, acute and unpleasant symptoms become less acute and alleviated.
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Take the example of a person who is consciously afraid of heights. He can try to help himself by thinking of positive things when he is in a high place so he will not be afraid. But one a very strong wind blows which sets the trees swaying with it, what he is trying to achieve will not be successful since the terror of high places is still retained in his subconscious mind. The subconscious mind then needs to be reprogrammed so progress can be made and those deep seated instincts and beliefs are abolished.