Ultimate Use of Hypnosis
There is always an air of mystery associated with the word hypnosis. Unfortunately many people’s knowledge is limited to memories of stage hypnosis where they see people being “made” to do silly things seemingly under the hypnotist’s control. However, many people who undergo hypnosis in therapy generally find it to be relaxing and are able to really feel good about themselves as a result of aways being in control. I am writing this article to extend knowledge about Hypnosis and to bring awareness about the use of Hypnosis in a therapeutic session.
The Issues resolved by Hypnosis
Emotional Breakdowns; Anxiety
The therapist has to first obtain detailed history about the client and then study it in order to be able to identify any causal link causing anxiety. After identifying the link, the therapist discusses this with the client and later determines what actions they will undertake.
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After that, the client is made aware of the various symptoms of panic. The client is taught about the relevance of those symptoms and instructed on how to deal with them or eliminate them when they occur. In most cases the client is asked to participate in a progressive relaxation that leads to a relaxing hypnotic trance during which therapeutic suggestions are given that assist the client to alleviate anxiety. The therapists expects the client to rehearse the progressive relaxation techniques regularly. When treated with Hypnotherapy Anxiety States have a very favorable prognosis.
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Lack of Sleep
In our modern world, this is a very prevalent condition. Every one of us has experienced this condition at some point in life. When alleviating this condition, therapists always take an holistic approach. Before a therapist considers mental activity as a cause, they first have to go through all the other possible causes.
Once this has been defined the therapist then assists the client enter a hypnotic trance during which therapeutic suggestions are given to assist the client deal with any mental activity that prevent a good night’s sleep.
Using Hypnosis to Help Clients quit smoking.
The key element to quitting smoking is that it has to be totally voluntary. It is very hard to make people do what is against their will. In fact if a smoker desires to quit smoking they first must be willing to do so.
The therapist must first begin with educating the client in order to make sure that they are single minded about it.
The therapist should also help the client discover the possible causes or triggers that have brought on the smoking habit and suggest alternative ways that the causes or triggers can be dealt with.
After the client has been fed with all the information, he or she is made to relax and given various therapeutic suggestions. The client is also mentally rehearsed to deal positively with events that could possibly cause relapse.
Here again all medical causes should be eliminated. Hypnotherapy will assist best when the causes are due to behavioral, psychological or emotional factors.
Clinical hypnotherapy may assist with a number of other emotional issues apart from those mentioned above.