What is Hypnosis?
A. Hypnosis is simply physical relaxation coupled with Beta conscious activity. When these two occur hypnosis automatically happens.
A. NO. You will be awake and aware. When the session has ended you will leave feeling refreshed, relaxed and finally IN CONTROL.
A. YES. Everyone is hypnotizable to one degree or another.
A. For behavior modification hypnosis simply allows the conscious mind and the subconscious mind to AGREE.
A. The effects of hypnosis have been known to last a lifetime.
A. YES. In 1958 the American Medical Association, the American Psychiatric Association and the British Medical Association approved hypnosis as a viable therapeutic tool.
A. Hypnosis can be used for many health related issues. Some of the most common uses are listed below:
Stress, Public Speaking, Smoking, Weight Control, Sports Enhancement, Drug Addiction, Bed Wetting, Nail Biting, Stuttering, High Blood Pressure, Pain Control, Menopause, Self Confidence, Sales, Study Habits, Dental Procedures and Alcohol Addiction.
A. There has never been a documented case of anyone being hurt with hypnosis. If anyone tried to give you suggestions against your moral, or religious beliefs, you would immediately emerge from the state we call hypnosis.
A. With the aid of advanced hypnotic training, thousands of women have experienced the birthing process as a warm and loving experience.
A. Any individual who is chemically addicted can be helped through hypnosis. Through powerful self-esteem building techniques the need to be chemical dependent virtually disappears along with the ill feelings connected to it.