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Countless scientific and university studies show the benefits and effectiveness of Hypnotherapy.

 

Hypnosis can be traced back to nearly all cultures worldwide, but its modern form didn't emerge until the late 1700s with Dr. Franz Mesmer, who also brought the western concept of psychotherapy to the world. Since the 1950s, Hypnosis has been recognized by the American Medical Association as a valid medical procedure, and today it is acclaimed by neuroscientists, ivy league university researchers, physicians, and wellness gurus alike.

There are many myths about what Hypnosis is and what it isn't. Let the articles and peer-reviewed research studies below shed light on the vast uses and benefits of the hypnotherapeutic technique on health and wellbeing.

Here are four notable ones to start:

 

1) Dr. David Spiegel, Chair of Psychiatry at Stanford University, has devoted his career, researching over 7,000 patients using fMRI to explore how well Hypnosis works, finding Hypnosis gave way to significant changes in brain activity from muscle function, awareness, pain receptivity, with the main focus on the success of replacing opioids with Hypnosis for pain management.

 

2) An 10 study meta-analysis on weight loss and Hypnosis concluded that the subjects who used Hypnosis lost twice as much weight as those who did not and kept it off years after treatment ended.

 

3) Time Magazine's take on studies showing the scientific validity in using Hypnosis for smoking cessation, modulating anxiety, pain, weight loss, and PTSD.

 

4) Dr. Cornelie Schweizer, Dr. Kristina Fuhr, Dr. Christoph Meisner, and Dr. Anil Batra research study showing the efficacy of using hypnotherapy compared to cognitive-behavioral therapy for mild-to-moderate depression.

 

 

 

Academic Performance: (see also: Stress & Anxiety)

 

Addiction:

 

Agoraphobia and Panic Attacks:

 

Allergies:

 

Anxiety: (See Stress & Anxiety)

 

Athletics: (see Sports Performance)

 

Alzheimers & Dementia:

Anti-Aging:

 

Bruxism: (Teeth Grinding)

 

Burns:

 

Cancer:

 

Cataracts:

 

Child Birth or HypnoBirthing: (See Motherhood)

 

Diabetes:

 

Erectile Dysfunction:

 

Fears & Phobias: (for Agoraphobia, see above)

 

Flow State:

 

Glaucoma:

 

Healing: (see pain)

 

Headaches:

 

Hemophilia:

 

HIV:

 

HPV:

 

Hypertension (High Blood Pressure):

 

IBS:

 

Memory:

 

Motherhood, Fertility and Childbirth (‘Hypno-Birthing’):

 

Multiple Sclerosis:

 

Pain:

 

Parkinson’s Disease

 

Persistent Genital Arousal Disorder (PGAD)

 

PTSD:

 

Sleep

 

Smoking Cessation:

 

Sports Performance:

 

Stress & Anxiety:

 

Strokes:

 

Stuttering:

 

Surgery and Speed Healing:

 

Tobacco: (see smoking cessation)

 

Tinnitus

 

Tourette's Syndrome / Tics:

 

Trichotillomania:

 

Vomiting:

 

Warts:

 

Weight Loss:

 

Other:


 

It is essential to choose a practitioner who has the skill set to guide you into the deepest realms of your inner mind in a way that you will be most receptive to. No matter your circumstance, a consultation will help you understand what hypnosis is and how it can help.


They say that it takes 21 days to change a habit in the subconscious mind. The benefits of hypnosis create "Trance-Formations!" Use hypnosis to overcome self-defeating behaviors, negative habits and learn to manage all aspects of your life!

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