Hypnotherapy

Hypnotherapy has two major applications: it can be used to facilitate Psychoanalysis (Hypnoanalysis) and/or to enable therapeutic suggestions about an individual's problem to reach the subconscious.

Hypnosis is not in itself a Therapy. Hypnosis is more accurately a tool that is typically used to better facilitate the progress of the actual therapy being conducted.

Furthermore, there is only one kind of Hypnosis, i.e. Self-Hypnosis. Self-Hypnosis is particularly effective at relieving stress disorders, e.g. high blood pressure, migraine, irritable-bowel-syndrome, post-traumatic-stress- syndrome, stammering, nervous tics, insomnia, and in helping to break addictive habits, as well as reinforcing self-confidence and self-esteem.

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