Can Hypnosis Help
Can Hypnosis Help?
When deciding whether or not hypnosis may be something that can assist you to change a particular issue that you have, it is best that you look thoroughly at the problem on hand.
If the area that you find yourself having the difficulty relates in any way to any mental thoughts, behaviours or habits, or is something that you just find yourself doing almost as if on autopilot, then there is a good chance that both hypnosis and hypnotherapy can help you greatly.
For example, a person who finds that they bite their nails whenever they are bored or nervous may not consciously think about biting their nails. Often, what happens is that individual realises afterwards that they have indeed chewed away. This is because their subconscious mind at some point decided on using a distraction in order to not focus its entire energy on either the source of nervousness or boredom.
Even issues which may appear to be physical, such as nervous leg syndrome and severe injury which causes pain, can be rapidly improved by implementing hypnosis with the existing treatment. Clinical hypnotherapy has long since documented the wonderful benefits of pain management with hypnosis.
When a person uses hypnosis, they actively engage with their subconscious mind in a direct manner. What this allows you to do can vary from changing the behaviour completely through to investigating and understanding why the behaviour happens in the first place. When you learn the real “why’s” to a problem, quite often the behaviour begins to shift from that moment.
If your particular issue is much more serious than simple nail biting, such as anxiety, depression or even abuse in the past, then hypnosis can also provide the quickest most rapid way to alleviate the pain, heal the wound, and build strength in its place.