What else can hypnotherapy help with?
Hypnotherapy for relaxation
We all live busy and stressful lives but relaxation shouldn't be something you only do on holiday. If you make it part of your regular routine, relaxation or self hypnosis can have a profound effect on your feelings of health and wellbeing. Have a look HERE for an overview of some of the studies carried out to support this.
Relaxation or guided meditation sessions can be given on a one-off or regular basis. Self hypnosis tuition is also available, so you can continue to benefit from your new relaxation techniques at home.
Hypnotherapy for pain control
Historically hypnosis has been used as pain control during childbirth and for long and short term medical conditions, and even for carrying out operations as an alternative to chemical anaesthetics. You might find this amazing, but if you're interested in learning more about how this still happens, check these out:
I've worked with people diagnosed with arthritis, cancer and other long term conditions, and many found that self hypnosis, deep relaxation and/or visualisations was helpful in improving their sense of wellbeing and reducing reported levels of pain.
It's important to realise that hypnosis cannot treat the underlying condition and doesn't take away the need for medical intervention. Also that pain is the body's warning system and it's important not to try to 'turn it off' without identifying, and treating, the underlying cause. Therefore, learning techniques for this purpose can only be undertaken with your doctor's knowledge and permission.
If you are motivated and willing to change, hypnotherapy can be used to help you deal with a wide variety of issues. It's an easy, effective and non invasive way to approach a variety of different problems. I've worked successfully with many issues not yet covered in detail on this site:
- panic attacks
- childbirth and pregnancy
- sports improvement
If you think hypnotherapy might be able to help you, I'm happy to advise about these and other issues.