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              Hypnotherapy is a wonderful method of treatment and healing, so powerful, so accurate and so safe and unassuming.

Imagine freeing yourself from your blocks, habits and fears that can crop up again and again which prevent you from being the best you can be then imagine taking on life affirming positivity and contentment, well, that's hypnotherapy. 


Minds like patterns and repetitiveness. Once a mind is locked into a pattern it often remains, perhaps for life. No matter how many times you say, 'Don't do it' with your logical thinking mind, you still do it. Hypnosis is a method of by-passing that logical mind to get to the root where YOU change your path towards whatever you want to be and usually without even needing to divulge any unpleasant details which you may not want to share.  

When undergoing hypnosis you enter a trance-like state, similar to when you daydream but with more of a heightened state of concentration and awareness, allowing more focus, eliminating distraction, and letting yourself become more open to positive changes. With an expert health centred hypnotherapist the experience is pleasant, inspiring and easy.


The American Medical Association approved hypnosis as a therapy in 1958, and the American Psychiatric Association followed in 1961. Since then, reviews have provided evidence on the effectivity of hypnotherapy.

Pain relief. A meta-analysis published in 2000 concluded that hypnosis offered moderate to major relief for many types of pain.

A 2003 analysis found that hypnosis was more effective than other pain relief methods.

Hypnosis can be used as an adjunct to various types of sedation during surgery.


A 1999 review concluded that hypnosis combined with conscious sedation might also reduce length of stay in the hospital by speeding recovery.


A 2007 study found that women who were hypnotized before undergoing a breast biopsy or lumpectomy required less sedation during the procedure, and experienced less pain, nausea, and emotional distress afterward.

Studies also report that hypnosis can be effective for alleviating pain caused by chronic tension headaches and migraine headaches.

Hypnosis also helps alleviate anxiety. Many studies have reported that hypnosis reduced anxiety levels and lowered blood pressure in patients before surgery and enhanced recovery afterward by shortening hospital stays and reducing complications like nausea and vomiting.

In a 2006 study patients who underwent hypnosis received suggestions of well-being before surgery. Upon entering the operating room, they reported anxiety levels 56% lower than levels before hypnosis. Patients who received the normal presurgical standard of care reported a 47% increase in anxiety.



Negative thinking

Confidence and self-belief
Weight loss/food issues

Cancer related issues
Sleep problems
Fear and Phobias

Performance anxiety
Chronic fatigue syndrome



Restless legs


For more information about hypnotherapy you can go to my other website using the link below, dedicated soley to Hypnotherapy.

Your subconscious mind is 30,000 times more powerful than your conscious mind
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