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Welcome to the World of Hypnotherapy

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While hypnosis is abundant with misconceptions and ignorance, research has proven that it is an effective treatment for anxiety, depression, insomnia, pain management, and many other presenting concerns.


While meditating and talk therapy can take a great deal of cognitive effort, hypnosis requires you do to absolutely nothing. Simply sit back and relax while your unconscious mind does all the work on its own.


Although medication is a welcome part of treatment for mental health concerns, some can come with negative side effects. Hypnosis is a simple way to alter your thoughts, feelings, and emotional state without these additional issues.

Research findings

Although hypnosis is often misunderstood, "the empirical support is unequivocal." Hypnosis has been proven to be an effective treatment for the following concerns (among many others):

  • Pain management: a study in the Journal of National Cancer Institute revealed that patients who received hypnosis had less post-surgical pain, nausea, fatigue, and discomfort. (They required less anesthesia and sedative during surgery, too!) 1

  • Weight loss: a meta-analysis published in Psychology of Consciousness: Theory, Research, and Practice found that participants receiving hypnosis lost more weight than about 94% of control participants at the end of treatment 2

  • Anxiety: a meta-analysis of 15 studies showed that hypnosis led to a 79% reduction in anxiety in comparison to the control group 3


    Sleep issues: hypnosis led to an increase in sleep time and a reduction in the number of awake periods according to a study by the International Journal of Psychological Studies 4

  • Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS): a systematic review of 20 studies revealed that hypnosis helped participants effectively manage IBS, mainly in terms of symptom reduction 5.

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