If your first impression of hypnotism comes from the television shows you’ve seen in the past years, chuck all that initial information out the metaphorical window!
Contrary to what many believe, hypnosis is not a mystical sort of magic used by unscrupulous villains to control the minds of their victims. As a legitimate practice and therapeutic tool, hypnosis has helped countless people by aiding their health and mind goals. So, consider it an exact science that’s backed by substantial research evidence.
But how exactly has this science impacted people for the better? Here are some ways of self-improvement that we’ve documented:
– Insomnia And Trouble Sleeping
For people who experience sleepwalking, insomnia, or generally have trouble sleeping, hypnosis lulls them into a pleasant state of sleep, so they’re able to get into the REM cycle faster.
For sleepwalkers, hypnosis trains their subconscious to wake up as soon as they feel themselves moving off the bed. This happens through a gradual method of self-hypnosis. Experts such as Rena Greenberg teach their clients about self-hypnosis for sleep using verbal cues so they can get some rest without experiencing trouble.
Self-hypnosis for anxiety is a documented method through which people treat stress-related and anxiety disorders. According to a review, hypnosis could also help with anxiety-related disorders, and accompanying symptoms such as IBS, migraines, and tension headaches.
Though we shouldn’t consider it as a single form of comprehensive therapy, hypnosis does, in a significant way, relieve people of anxiety, or at least allows them to control its impact on their physical and mental health.
– Smoking Cessation
Giving up smoking is not easy. Yet, according to a trial, the researchers concluded that hypnosis combined with the use of nicotine patches resulted favorably, with more people abstaining from using cigarettes than those who opted for standard behavioral counseling. Thousands of people have stopped smoking with hypnosis sessions.
This technique of smoking cessation works well if you have a hypnotherapist in hand to provide one-on-one sessions. With their help, patients not only find a better way to quit smoking, but they also use it as a guide to finding a better replacement action that’s healthier for their bodies and mind.
– Weight Loss
Hypnosis for weight loss isn’t a new technique in the health industry. For years, countless people have found success through hypnotherapy in combination with exercise, diet, and lifestyle changes. It’s what has made renowned hypnotherapist, Rena Greenberg, so beloved in the health community.
By providing people with healthy and fast weight loss programs, in addition to hypnosis for weight loss, Rena has successfully helped out thousands in losing weight and sticking to their guns for their diet.
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