Hypnotherapy is a verbal interaction between the therapist and the client during hypnosis. Hypnosis is a state of mind in which your subconscious is able to communicate with your conscious mind. It is a wonderful way by which we may access our inner potential. The basic idea behind hypnotherapy is simple and that’s to make ‘suggestions’ directly to the unconscious mind. When you first meet with your therapist and talk about the issues you want to work on they will work out a programme of treatment with you and gives you an explanation that what will happen next. In a typical hypnotherapist’s period, the therapist will ask the questions about previous history, overall health and lifestyle. Hypnotherapy is a way of reaching the subconscious mind. It helps a person to relax the body and relax the conscious mind by healing the mind body connection. The therapist is able to reinforce the positive ideas and views. It simply allows you to enter into a relaxed state of mind. It helps you to change your negative thought processes, break and change old habit patterns and help you overcome phobias and fears.
The most important thing is that a patient should be convenient and at ease with the therapist. This is particularly important in Hypnotherapy, in which the value of the treatment is greatly improved when there is confidence in the practitioner. An individual cannot be hypnotized unless he or she agrees. During a hypnotherapy session, you are able to hear everything being said, can respond easily, and can actively participate in the session. You are the one who chooses whether or not to follow the suggestions of the hypnotherapist. If at any point during the Hypnotherapy session the patient feels uncomfortable with the process, he or she immediately come out of the session simply by opening his or her eyes.
Hypnotherapy treats a variety of medical problems like bed wetting, weight control, stomach problems, gynaecological problems, skin problems, pain control, dentistry, sexual problems, aches and pains, nail biting, smoking, substance abuse etc. it can also be applied to a wide range of psychological problems which includes worries, stress, tension and anxiety. Hypnotherapy has no side effects as it is a natural state, between sleeping and waking. The role of the hypnotherapist is to help you in finding understanding, and utilizing these inner resources in order to bring about effective, long-term results. It is safe, gentle and enjoyable way to change your unwanted habits and negative behaviour through your subconscious mind.