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The Usefulness of Hypnosis The use of hypnotherapy enables a person to overcome issues in his life; it promotes healing or positive development. Hypnotherapy aims to reprogram patterns of behavior within the mind where baseless fears, phobias, unhealthy thoughts, and unexpressed emotions are overcome. In times past, we used to see hypnotism in a negative light where the hypnotist waves his watch and the person suddenly falls under his control, to do as he commands, even if it is beyond reason or their belief. The reality is that you are in full control in hypnosis, just like in self-hypnosis, and the things you do are not outside of yourself. A hypnotist’s work is merely to facilitate a person’s experience. Success in self-hypnosis depends on the patient’s readiness and ability to succeed, and sometimes there is a need to undergo several sessions in order to achieve results that are lasting. When patients learn self-hypnosis they get eager to practice what they have learned in order to reinforce its usefulness to their lives. There are many different applications to hypnotherapy associated with disorders that have to do why out psychological, emotional, and physical selves. Pain in surgery is relieves, and also true in dentistry. Women are prepared prior to delivering a baby with hypnosis so that the deliver process can be shortened. For the disabled who are suffering terminal illness, the suffering can be lessened through hypnosis. People who are addicted to smoking and alcoholism can be helped with hypnosis. With hypnosis, our state of consciousness is altered such that the analytical side of out brain is turned off but the non-analytical side is activated. In the session it is the subconscious mind that is awakened and the conscious mind that control us in not.
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The way of reprogramming the negative emotions of the patient is by suggesting positive ideas, concepts, and lifestyle adaptations and planting it in the subconscious mind. When the body is releasing conscious control while he is in a relaxed state of hypnosis, breathing becomes slower and deeper, pulse rate drops and metabolic rate falls. In a way, when this is happening the body would alter its sensation of pain. Thus, acute and unpleasant symptoms become less acute and alleviated.
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One example is using hypnotherapy to a person who consciously want to overcome the fear of going to high places. One way he can overcome this fear is by conscious thinking positive conscious thoughts. In this situation, when he feels the very strong wind that causes the trees to sway in this very high place, he goes back to his fears because his subconscious mind still tells him that he is in a frightful place which is very high. Thus what he need is to reprogram his subconscious mind so that his deep seated instincts and beliefs are changed.