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Hypnotherapy and Relaxing


Hypnotherapy is a form of alternative medicine where a state called hypnosis and relaxation is used to generate a focused state and attention on the patient to create positive suggestions and a guide in form of images to help manage issues and concerns in individuals. It involves relaxing the conscious mind of the individual to a trance state and then bringing the mind back to a high state of awareness to help the hypnotherapist read out the suggestions from an individual.

Purpose of Hypnotherapy and Relaxing

Hypnotherapy and relaxing are effective ways of treating mental, physical and psychosomatic disorders. It is also used in curbing addiction to drugs to help individuals stop such self-destructive and addictive habits like heavy drinking. This alternative technique in medicine has also been used to manage overeating in individuals with overeating habits. It has also been effective in minimizing anxiety. People seek hypnotherapy treatment when faced with anxiety occurring due to such cases as test-taking, public speaking and job stress. Phobias can also be treated effectively by hypnotherapy techniques.

How it works

Hypnotherapy techniques use guided relaxation, heavy concentration with focused attention in a bid to achieve trance. Trance is a high state of awareness. The mind has to relax with hypnosis for the individual to let go of stress and other emotional, mental and physical feelings. In other words, hypnotherapy may not be achievable without a state of relaxation of the mind.

Role of relaxation in hypnotherapy

A relaxation is a tool used by hypnotherapists when administering such treatments. When one’s mind is relaxed, it helps in relieving the victim of stress, anxiety, and body tension all of which are targeted when administering hypnotherapy treatment. This is the key connection between relaxation and hypnotherapy. Relaxation eases away emotional feelings like anxiety from your inner self. Hypnotherapists accompany their treatments with different forms of relaxation since the two are mutual and work together.

It is important to note that, different forms of relaxation are administered to different victims depending on the type of stress or emotions they are suffering from and in some cases the affected parties or individuals. Some individuals will respond better during hypnotherapy when given certain relaxation forms and this is the reason why hypnotherapists need to study the individuals with a keen focus and evaluate the right type of relaxation form to administer in a bid to help them release their mental, physical and emotional stress haunting them and thus bring a rest state of the mind.

Relaxation during Hypnotherapy

Well, hypnotherapy is becoming a key medical tool used to release stress and tension and other emotional changes. You need to stay focused on your breathing. Keep your eyes closed and ensure you breathe deeply and in an even manner. Strongly convince yourself that you can relax whenever you inhale and exhale. In your mind, ensure that you visualize this with a strong conviction. We often do hypnotherapy without our knowledge even at home. Amazingly, this proves to be the most efficient form of alternative medicine used to ease off the stress that life throws at us at some point. Stay relaxed!

What are the side effects of hypnotherapy?




Anxiety and distress

False memories


Hypnotherapy is an effective way of curbing mental, physical and emotional stress, phobia and body tension. We often come to situations in life that can build stress, emotions, and tensions in us. Hypnotherapy and relaxation are instrumental in combating such feelings.