PART 1 : Articles This Week - HYPNOSIS FOR TREATING PHOBIAS

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PART 1

*Hypnotheraphy?*




HYPNOSIS FOR TREATING PHOBIAS





Hypnosis has been shown to be an effective treatment for many individuals with phobias. A significant percentage of the population suffers from a phobia of one type or another. For some individuals it can be mildly distressing but manageable.  For others it can be seriously debilitating. A phobia is an irrational fear of a particular stimulus. This stimulus can be a situation, a thing, or an activity.  People with phobias will either go to great lengths to avoid whatever it is they fear, or they will tolerate it with considerable anxiety. For some people, a phobia can trigger panic attacks. In severe cases the phobia can end up literally controlling a person’s life.

Hypnotherapy works by accessing the underlying cause of the phobia and eliminating the person’s conditioned response to the stimulus. When hypnosis is used to treat a phobia, the initial goal of the hypnotherapist is to discover the initial event from which the phobia developed. The cause is often a traumatic event which occurred at an earlier time in the person’s life. Often the phobic individual does not remember this event. It may be a memory which has been repressed for many years. Repression is a protective mechanism our mind utilizes by keeping memory of the trauma out of our conscious mind until we are ready and able to deal with it.


In order to access this memory, the individual will first need to be in an extremely relaxed state. The hypnotherapist will use techniques in order to help the person become very relaxed and focused. This state of heightened relaxation and focus is referred to as the hypnotic trance. It is during this state that the unconscious can be accessed. While in this trance state a person is very receptive to suggestion, which is what opens the door to bringing about the desired change.

Also, it is during this trance state that unconscious memories can be unlocked and brought to conscious awareness. The hypnotherapist does this by taking the person back to the place and time where the distressing event occurred. Addressing this old memory consciously will enable the individual to better understand it as well as begin to see it in a way which is no longer threatening. When this is achieved, the phobia will generally disappear.

This process is referred to as hypnotic regression. While it can be very effective it can also be problematic. There is a lot of controversy around this technique because if not done correctly or ethically, false memories can also be created. This has led to many legal issues when hypnosis is used with witnesses or defendants in law suits and there is a question of false memories due to hypnosis.

In many cases, however, this is not an issue and the phobic response can be dealt with very effectively using hypnosis. The hypnotherapist can help the individual visualize himself facing the feared object or situation without experiencing any anxiety. The hypnotherapist can guide the person in creating new thoughts and responses regarding whatever it is he previously feared.

The number of hypnosis sessions required for effectively dealing with phobias varies, and depends on several factors. These factors include how long the person has had the phobia, how severely the phobia affects him, the person’s maturity, his personality structure, and how determined he is to be free from the phobia. In general, it will take approximately three or four hypnotherapy sessions.  However, in severe cases it can take more.
If you suffer from a phobia it is definitely worth considering hypnosis as a means of treatment. While there are other methods which may also be effective, hypnosis may help you overcome the phobia, and in some cases even alleviate it altogether. However, if you do pursue hypnosis as a means of treatment, be sure that you work with a person is who has the appropriate training and experience.  Also, be sure that you feel comfortable working with this person as trust is an essential element in any therapeutic relationship.





PART 2 : Articles This Week - HYPNOSIS FOR BEAUTY

ARTICLES THIS WEEK !!

PART 2


*HYPNOSIS FOR BEAUTY*

Do you believe in the “mind-body” connection? Scientists have proved, without question, that it is real. By subtly transforming the character of your emotional tone your complexion will transform in lovely, youthful, ways.
Self-hypnosis can give your complexion a luster, your smile a radiance, and your eyes a sparkle, even better than cosmetics and beauty products.

Restore Your Beauty From The Inside Out....


At early age, we begin our lives with a soft, smooth and beautiful skin, but not many of us can manage to maintain a finely textured skin by the time we reach thirty. Its part of the natural aging process, and also, most of us take our skin for granted. Our skin can get tired if not looked after properly, and like any other living cell or organ, really does respond to tender care.

Hypnotherapy is well known to help with many issues such as nervousness, depression, anxiety, weight issues, confidence issues and addictions such as smoking and alcoholism. Since the 50's, the field of hypnotherapy has massively expanded its traditional basic applications, and now the latest trend seems to be hypnotic beauty sessions.
Beauty hypnosis is truly a blend of art and science, requiring a spirit of adventure and the desire to look good. All of these are present in you!

Hypnosis offers a very effective tool to beautify one without the need for an expensive procedure that caries any kind of risk. Hypnosis is extremely effective for relaxing both the body and the mind. A good therapist can direct a subjects' attention to relax various muscles anywhere in the body. The therapist only needs to direct a subject to relax the muscles in the face, and the results are very similar to a face-lift operation – a relaxation of the facial muscles, which leads to a smoothening of the lines and wrinkles in the face – the muscles in the face then become more and more accustomed to relaxing, leading to a permanent smoothness of the face.

  
Many other procedures sometimes have side effects. Hypnotherapy does not. In fact hypnotherapy patients usually wake up feeling more relaxed and happier than usual, which can aid a natural healthy sparkle and glow.
 
 
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