Hypnotherapy

What does it feel like to be hypnotised?

Everybody experiences trance differently - it is a unique experience, but the client is always in control. In general a hypnotic trance is a pleasant, relaxing and tranquil experience. While hypnotised you will be aware of all physical sensations around you, perhaps even noticing sounds you wouldn't otherwise be aware of. After a traumatic incident such as a car accident or violent robbery, a subject under hypnosis may be able to recall with extreme accuracy, car numbers, details etc that their subconscious mind has remembered but their conscious mind has overlooked. When you are fully aware again you may be able to recall everything that happened while you were in your trance, depending how deep your trance was.

You're not asleep but you're not awake either. Hypnotherapy is rather like being in a daydream, it is a state called "trance". It might be a deep trance or it might only be a light trance. Whatever level you achieve it's absolutely the right level for you at that moment. With hypnosis there's no right or wrong way to experience it, there's just different ways and they're all good. Many people experience a trance like state while driving a car - the journey is often made on "automatic pilot" mode, the mind being totally occupied by other matters. How many times do you "switch off" in the middle of a boring conversation or lecture, and daydream?

If left untreated, problems can sometimes create a ripple effect into other areas of your life, and what many people find is, on completion of effective hypnotherapy, other problems seem to melt away.

Life is what you make it, so why not make it better? Hypnotherapy can improve your life for the better on a daily basis including the way you feel about both yourself and the world around you. You have nothing to lose and everything to gain.

Hypnosis is a natural state of heightened awareness, where you are able to open your mind to beneficial suggestions and where you can make use of your imagination to help make positive changes in your life.

What can hypnotherapy treat?

This is not an exhaustive list, but is designed to give you an idea of the range of conditions:

Alcoholism , Anger Management, Asthma, Child birthing ( Hypno-birthing), Confidence - Motivation - Self Esteem, Depression, Drug Addiction, Eating Disorders, Eczema, Irritable Bowel Syndrome, Insomnia, ME, Migraine, MS ( Multiple Sclerosis ) Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, Pain control, Panic Attacks, Phobias ( fear of flying - spiders etc ) , Psoriasis, Sexual Problems, Sports / Work performance, Stammering, Smoking Cessation, Stress - Anxieties, Weight Loss