Successfully break free of anxiety and other challenging conditions at least 93% of the time!
Hypnotherapy is very successful at eliminating anxiety and resolving many life-altering problems that people deal with on a daily basis.
The list is too long to post here, but hypnotherapy can successfully resolve problems such as:
• Concentration problems
• Confidence (lack of)
• Fear of flying
• Lack of motivation
• Pain management
• Poor sleep
• Relationship dysfunction
• Smoking cessation
• Sports enhancement
• Weight loss and management
By “resolve”, I mean, hypnotherapy resolves the issue at the core – where it began.
That could mean that a condition such as IBS began when you were a teenager and experienced your parents arguing incessantly. It could mean that you got bullied at school for instance. IBS and other anxiety-related conditions have their roots in a traumatic past, but you’ve never really thought of it that way.
5 PATH Hypnotherapy as I practice it, is designed to reveal the root cause of the symptom you are experiencing whether or not you actually recall how your symptoms began. You may remember when you first started seeing symptoms, but because symptoms often lag behind their original trigger, you may not really know what the trigger was, especially if it happened years ago.
Hypnotherapy is brilliant in it’s ability to help you easily focus on relaxation so your subconscious mind can deliver the original cause of the problem (now a symptom) to you on a silver platter. Clients are always amazed when they discover the real reason behind their challenging situations. They often say to me, “I had totally forgotten about that embarrassing birthday party at Aunt Martha’s house when I was seven!”
As a treatment, hypnosis far outweighs traditional talk therapy. According to American Health Magazine (2006), the recovery rate was 93% after just six sessions of hypnotherapy versus 72% after 22 sessions of talk therapy.
In the 1950s, according to the National Guild of Hypnotists, 90% of hypnotism was stage hypnotism. Presently, about 90% of hypnotists are therapeutically oriented, designed to help people live optimal lives.
If more insurance companies covered hypnosis and hypnotherapy, people would utilize hypnosis as a first resort, which means there would be far less suffering, short recovery times and huge quality of life improvements. That gets my vote!