Clinical hypnotherapy teaches patients to use a deep relaxation state to address issues such as smoking cessation, weight loss, pain relief, or self-improvement. The decision to use hypnosis in clinical settings in addition to treatment can only be made in consultation with a qualified healthcare provider who has been trained in the use and limitations of clinical hypnosis.
How can I benefit?
Hypnotherapy has offered adherents relief from pain, depression, anxiety, stress, habit disorders, and many other psychological and medical problems. It has been shown particularly effective during childbirth and in pediatric settings, and even provided anesthesia during surgery and painful medical procedures.
Are there any cautions?
Hypnosis generally poses few risks for mentally healthy people. Just be careful not to stand up too quickly after your session or you might get dizzy. Also if you are taking medications, such as insulin, sedatives, or cardiovascular medicine, you may need to adjust your dosages.
Hypnosis may not be recommended for persons with depression or personality disorders, such as schizophrenic, borderline, or narcissistic disorders. People who have had drink or drugs in last 24 hours are also not ideal to under Hypnotherapy treatment. People with any kind of mental disorder may choose to go ahead with Hypnotherapy only after consulting.