While pop culture might suggest that you need a swinging pendulum to get someone hypnotized, hypnosis isn’t like that. Hypnotherapists don’t use it to brainwash or control people’s minds. In this post, we’ll discuss the most common uses of hypnosis today. Read More
If you’re struggling with binge eating, you know that this disorder can be crippling. It can wreak havoc on not only your self-esteem but your day-to-day life. Medicines are available for treatment but they may come with unwanted side effects. Thankfully, there are approaches you might want to try such as hypnosis for binge eating.
Let’s talk a bit about binge eating first before we get into hypnosis.
When you’re afraid of flying, you probably have trouble going on vacation or business trips. Your heart possibly races, your hands get sweaty, and you fear the worst—panic attacks can be really paralyzing. If you’re looking for a way to conquer your fear, hypnosis for fear of flying may be the answer you’ve been looking for. Read More
With more and more people getting COVID-19 vaccinations, some probably steer clear due to intense fear of needles. That’s why we’re talking about how you can use hypnosis for needle phobia.
But first, here’s a little background on needle phobia and why it occurs. Read More
Do you have an extreme fear that’s controlling your life? Perhaps something happened in the past that has you totally trembling even at the thought of a snake, a party or simply going out of the house. In this article, we’re exploring hypnosis for phobias as a treatment option.
See, we’ve all heard stories of people paralyzed by their phobias literally and figuratively. Do hypnosis sessions really have the power to deal with those intense fears?
Let’s first take a look at phobias. Read More
Experiencing or witnessing a traumatic event can have a profound impact on your mental and emotional health. Experiencing or witnessing a serious accident, natural disaster, crime, abuse, a serious injury, or suffered from the COVID-19 pandemic, you may experience PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder). Now, if you’re looking for alternative treatments, we’re sharing more about hypnotherapy for PTSD. Read More
If you’ve been battling gastrointestinal issues, you might be wondering if hypnosis can be an option. Well, we’re sharing about gut-directed hypnotherapy and highlighting research on this alternative treatment. Read More
Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) is a chronic anxiety disorder that affects 1 in 40 adults and 1 in 100 children in the United States. If you suffer from OCD, you know how frustrating, disabling, and scary it can be. Thankfully, there are treatment options, one of which is hypnosis. Today, we’re going to explore how using hypnosis can benefit those with OCD. Let’s get into it.
About 50 to 70 million people suffer from some form of sleep disorder in the United States. Sleep deprivation is more than just a nuisance. It’s a serious problem that can affect your well-being in every aspect—mentally, emotionally, and physically. With almost one-third of Americans getting less than six hours of sleep per night, we’ve become a society that relies on caffeine and sleeping pills to address our sleep troubles. However, these substances are simply crutches and they don’t get to the root of the issue. Hypnosis, on the other hand, offers a real solution for addressing sleep issues, such as insomnia, at their core.
Today, we’re going to discuss the benefits of using hypnosis for sleep. This non-invasive therapy can deliver real results so you can start getting the restful sleep you need and deserve. Before we get into the benefits of hypnosis for sleep, let’s quickly review some basics.
It’s no secret that more Americans than ever are struggling with weight gain. In fact, over 40 percent of people in the U.S. are obese—a startling number that continues to creep up. If you’ve been attempting to lose weight, you’ve probably tried many things: fad diets, workout programs, pills, cleanses, just to name a few. One thing you probably haven’t tried, however, is hypnosis for weight loss. Today, we’re going to discuss hypnosis and answer the burning question: is hypnosis really effective for weight loss?