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How to Reduce Anxiety with Hypnosis

By Edited Aug 1, 2015 0 0

Hypnosis is a powerful way in which thoughts, behaviours and perceptions can be changed. Its typical for some to be constantly focused on what they don't have, what concerns them about the future, or events of the past. When one dwells in the past or worries too much about the future – there is always a blowback. A blowback that usually consists of anxiety, hopelessness and or depression. Many people can't sleep, overeat, don't exercise, do drugs or smoke cigarettes in order to numb the pain or quell the thoughts. A lot of people will go and see a hypnotist in order to try and change these behaviors but more often than not, one will need to alter the underlying stressors behind these actions, or help heal the pain that has been behind them.

One effective technique that some hypnotherapists do to help clients reduce anxiety and its symptoms is to teach clients self hypnosis. Self hypnosis is a powerful tool in which the person can bring on a desired state on their own accord. For example, someone that suffers from insomnia is able to utilize self hypnosis in order to bring upon a sleep like state that enables a healthy sleep. Self hypnosis can be taught by simply bringing a person in and out of hypnosis multiple times – creating an enhanced internal pathway to a more relaxed state. Hypnosis in short, is a deeply relaxing state whereby the body is more or less in a sleep like state. When your body is physically relaxed, its very hard to be filled with anxiety. When one learns to be able to turn on that physical relaxation response through self hypnosis, it in tern, affects the body in a relaxing way, that therefore creates a more mentally relaxing state for the mind – therefore removing or reducing the anxiety.

It is common nowadays for many to have anxiety and many of its symptoms; the healthcare industry is more or less being inundated with people looking for help. Hypnotherapy and hypnosis are some ways in which people can be helped and we'll see an increasing number of people look at hypnotherapy and hypnosis as viable options in treatment. It's a fair assessment to make that more and more people will be suffering anxiety and its symptoms over the coming years. This is due in most part, to the increasingly fast paced lifestyle that people are leading. Hypnosis for anxiety can help!

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