How Does Hypnosis Work?

Posted By TMG Marketing Team on Oct 28, 2020 |


The Ins and Outs of Hypnosis for Therapy

 

Many people are in need of holistic approaches, especially considering what we know about medications and how they address symptoms rather than the cause of an issue. Hypnotherapy is becoming well-known for being an effective, holistic approach, but you may still have questions about it. It’s OK to ask questions—we’re here to answer them. Let’s clear up what hypnotherapy is and why it is an effective approach for addressing conditions you may deal with on an everyday basis.

 

Understanding Hypnotherapy

 

What is Hypnotherapy?

What is Hypnotherapy
Hypnosis is a form of therapy that some may have misconceptions about. This is a process used to find the root of an issue—such as anxiety or a smoking addiction. While some may associate the term “hypnosis” with what they see in the movies, hypnotherapy is much different than that. Think of the way you can get lost in a book, a movie, or any story—hypnotherapy is much like that feeling. It is a guided therapy session to get you into a deep state of concentration to naturally find ways to regain control of specific aspects of your life. This is a very focused process that is designed to generate specific results to make a positive difference in your life.

 

What is Hypnotherapy Used For?

 

Hypnotherapy is a form of therapy that can be a solution for many conditions. It can result in adjusted habits and ways of thinking to address the root cause of the conditions listed below.
Hypnosis for Therapy Results

  • Anxiety
  • Confidence
  • Depression
  • PTSD
  • Smoking Cessation
  • Sports Performance
  • Trauma
  • Weight Loss
  • And More

Hypnotherapy is a process that is great for making for a better tomorrow. Whatever you may be struggling with, hypnosis for therapy may be the right solution for you.

 

How Does Hypnotherapy Work?

 

The best way to describe hypnotherapy is by calling it a process. Hypnosis for therapy may not be an overnight process, but it can lead to life-changing results. Hypnotherapy works through guided therapy sessions. This process guides an individual to deep concentration, steering their attention and focus in a relaxed way on specific thoughts or tasks. Through this process, individuals can block out certain thoughts, such as painful memories or the urge to indulge in an unwanted habit. Hypnotherapy generates effective results by finding the real cause or reason for an issue and addressing it in a healthy way for long-term benefits. Noticeable results may be experienced after multiple sessions—again, these are long-lasting results, not just a quick fix to hold you over.

 

The Importance of a Holistic Approach

What is Hypnotherapy
As we learn more about medications, we start to understand the impact they may have on people. These drugs are designed to treat the symptom of an issue—for example, pain killers only numb the pain but don’t do anything to heal an injury. Medications usually come with side effects that can affect your everyday life, such as drowsiness, digestive issues, and skin reactions. Additionally, some side effects may be harmful and long-lasting, not to mention how addictive some medications may be.

For example, why take potentially harmful antidepressants when you can make a long-lasting, positive difference through hypnotherapy?

By going holistic, you’re not only eliminating the harmful risks of pharmaceutical drugs, but you’re also putting in the work to make a profound difference in your life. This lays down the groundwork for real changes and real results. It’s not just a bandage that will make what you’re going through bearable until tomorrow—this is a long-lasting solution.

 

Take the Step Toward a Better Tomorrow

Contact Hypnotherapy of North Georgia

 

You might understand that we won’t understand what you’re going through—we get that, but here’s the thing: We’ve been there too. We’re passionate about hypnosis for therapy because it changes our world. We understand the positive impact it has on people, and we want to help you through this.

 

We hope this all has answered a few of your questions about hypnosis for therapy. If not, we’re here for you. If you have any questions about our process or how hypnotherapy can make a difference in your life, don’t hesitate to reach out to us.

 

Contact us at 678-353-3243 or by filling out the contact form on our websiteAvailable virtually for telehealth sessions, we are open for appointments despite COVID-19.