How Effective Is Self Help Hypnosis?

Dane Bergen

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Hypnosis is a very old technique to help one deal with internal and external problems from finding temporary relief from serious diseases to curing hard to quit habits such as, smoking and alcoholism. How does self help hypnosis work and can it help you as well?

How Does Hypnosis Work?

Hypnosis works at a subconscious level where your mind is awake but you are asleep and the therapist then induces a thought or pattern through, which you can improve yourself and/or quit a bad habit. For example, if you want to quit smoking through hypnosis a therapist will associate smoking with something you dislike when you are hypnotized and thus when you are awake, everything you will think of, your subconscious state will bring to your thoughts the things you dislike helping you in the way you are seeking.

How Does Self Help Hypnosis Work?

Self-help hypnosis is very similar to therapy hypnosis only you will be the one conducting the sessions and they can be done through a variety of forms today such as CDs and DVDs. There are many areas you can improve through self help hypnosis such as kicking a bad habit, improving your self esteem and confidence, over coming a phobia, weight loss and even depression.

Through hypnosis you can a change your entire life but one step at a time as every change or improvement requires work and practice until you are sure you have achieved the result desired, for example quitting smoking is extremely hard and if you stop the hypnosis therapy before you are cured, you may start the bad habit again.

Other Ways To Improve Your Life Through Self Help Hypnosis

Self help hypnosis can help with everyday stress, overcoming insomnia, which is a state that derives from stress or medication that you may be taking for an existing health state; weight gain is yet another common problem in our society, which can be helped through hypnosis by cutting your appetite and thus, controlling your food intake significantly.

Helpful Tips

Before going into self help hypnosis try to attend at least one therapy session where you can experience how you should feel and the results that will derive from such therapies. While there are no side effects from hypnosis you may misjudge your therapy and practice and end up being frustrated, as you will see no results; therefore, it is important you educate yourself first before you apply hypnosis to yourself or follow qualified therapist until you are comfortable to practice it by yourself.

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