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What is Hypnosis?
Hypnosis is a treatment intervention that starts with getting into a relaxed, suggestible state and then receiving post-hypnotic suggestions for relief of symptoms. It uses the hypnotic trance—the simple shifting back and forth between the conscious and subconscious mind, a natural process that occurs every day—in order to create this relaxed, suggestible state.
Can Anyone Do Hypnosis?
Yes, anyone can go into a hypnotic state if they choose to do so.
What if This is My First Time Doing Hypnosis?
Every person naturally enters a state of hypnosis at least twice every day: just before falling asleep at night, and upon waking every morning, before getting out of bed. Most people easily enter ‘Environmental Hypnosis’ while at the movies, watching TV, driving on the highway, or while reading a good book.
How Does Hypnosis Work?
During hypnosis, a trained hypnotherapist induces a state of intense concentration or focused attention. This is a guided process with verbal cues and repetition. The trance-like state you enter may appear similar to sleep in many ways, but you’re fully aware of what’s going on.
Is Hypnosis Safe?
Hypnosis is very safe and is in fact, a state of hyper-awareness. Any time you would like to stop, you can naturally come out of the Hypnotic state by opening your eyes, and stretching or speaking.
Will I Lose Control During Hypnosis?
Hypnosis is not an unconscious state of sleep. In fact, most people report having a heightened sense of awareness, concentration and focus, and can even hear more acutely during a session.