Some physical diseases are thought to be made worse by mental factors such as stress and anxiety.
At any given time, a person’s mental state can affect the degree of severity of the physical disease. Physical symptoms that are caused by mental factors are also called somatization disorders.
Hypnosis works to help anxiety by encouraging your mind and body to communicate and activate their natural relaxation response through a phrase or nonverbal cue, slowing breathing, lowering blood pressure, and instilling an overall sense of well-being.
What You Visualize – You Can Conceptualize
Hypnotherapy involves using relaxation, concentration, and focus techniques to help you overcome problems such as panic and anxiety, nicotine addiction, obesity, phobias, depression, grief, skin disorders, and more…
It’s Time to Get Rid of Your Sickness
Have you ever experienced pain, and after going to various doctors, numerous tests, and some procedures, the pain still seems to linger on or travel in your body?
Fear of going to the dentist and being injected by a needle can cause stress and hyperventilation, which in turn causes a rapid heartbeat, dizziness, weakness, shortness of breath, and chest pain but all tests and chest x-rays come back clear.
Medical hypnosis helps you get rid of the following:
- Cancer (Nausea)
- Chronic Pain
- Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)
- Migraine Headaches
- Trichotillomania (TTM)
- Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
- and more…
A 2016 study by researchers at Stanford University School of Medicine confirms that hypnosis is real.
The American Medical Association (AMA) recognized that hypnosis is a useful technique in treating certain illnesses and a valid medical procedure.
PSYCHOLOGY TODAY: “In healthcare, hypnosis can be used as psychological treatment to help you experience changes in sensations, perceptions, thoughts, or behaviors. It’s done in a clinical setting and performed by an experienced, trained, certified healthcare professional. Hypnotherapy — a form of therapy that uses hypnosis as either a standalone or supplemental treatment — can benefit your health in various ways.”