Modern hypnotherapists employ hypnosis not only for the treatment of medical pathologies but also as a resource for the resolution of many issues of a psychological origin.
It is estimated that approxiametly 85 per cent of people of all ages will have a positive response to clinical hypnosis. This method is often successful when other more traditional forms of treatment have not been valid.
Some of the conditions for which hypnotherapy is indicated as a practical method of treatment are:
.- Removal of habits or unwanted behaviours (such as smoking, alcohol abuse, nocturnal enuresis, nail biting, disphemia, etc.).
.- Weight control.
.- Increase of productivity in studies and at work, sport effectiveness, improvement of concentration and memory, development of imagination, increase in self confidence and maximum realisation of the potential which exists within each one of us.
.- Elimination of phobias (for example toward animals, fear of flying etc.), compulsions, emotional distress, insomnia, inhibitions, feelings of guilt, jelousy and many of the anxiety issues present in our every day life.
.- Sexual problems such as premature ejaculation, sex related anxiety as well as the exploration of sexuality, including the exploration of alternative sexualities.
The use of self hypnosis contributes to prevent the stress and tension produced by modern life, reducing the risk of heart disease.
.- Menstruation, pregnancy and child birth pain.
.- Relief and often remission of syndromes such as irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS).
.- Nervous rashes and skin conditions.
.- Pain control caused by minor surgery, odontology (control of anxiety produced by dentist appointments as well as pain control during dental surgery), pain in the joints and neuromuscular pain in general.
Hypnotherapy is completely safe and natural and does not produce unwanted secondary effects. When administered by well prepared professionals the obtained benefits are long lasting and, in many cases, permanent.