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FAQ

What is hypnosis?

Hypnosis is a state of heightened awareness and relaxation where the individual is in a trance-like state. In this state, they are more open to suggestion, and the hypnotherapist can use this to create positive change in the individual.

 

Is hypnosis safe?

Yes, hypnosis is safe when practiced by a trained and qualified hypnotherapist. It is a non-invasive and drug-free therapy that has been used for many years to help people overcome a variety of issues.

 

How many hypnosis sessions are needed?

The number of hypnosis sessions needed varies depending on the individual and the issue being addressed. Some issues may require only a few sessions, while others may require more.

 

Can hypnosis make you do things against your will?

No, hypnosis cannot make you do things against your will. In hypnosis, you are in control, and the hypnotherapist cannot make you do anything that goes against your moral or ethical code.

 

Is hypnosis the same as sleep?

No, hypnosis is not the same as sleep. In hypnosis, you are in a state of heightened awareness and relaxation, but you are still aware of what is happening around you.

What can hypnosis be used for?

Hypnosis can be used for a wide range of issues, including anxiety, depression, phobias, weight loss, smoking cessation, pain management, and sports performance enhancement. It can also be used to improve sleep, boost confidence, and reduce stress.

What does it feel like to be hypnotized?

Hypnosis feels different for everyone, but most people describe it as a deeply relaxed state of mind and body. You may feel a sense of detachment from your surroundings, and your thoughts may become more focused and vivid. Some people also report feeling a sense of weightlessness or floating.

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