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  • Writer's pictureBarbara Shead

Relaxation and Hypnotherapy

Updated: Jan 18, 2022

Most people consider massage, reflexology, meditation, reiki and other such therapies for relaxation but what about hypnotherapy? Hypnosis may be a thoroughly effective, non-invasive technique for promoting emotional good health and wellbeing.

The body and mind need time to relax, repair and rejuvenate and the benefits of relaxation are numerous, some of these may include a calming of the nerves and emotions, overcoming everyday stresses and anxieties, increased concentration and better sleep, enhanced concentration and energy and many more possible long term health benefits.

Relaxation using hypnosis is a safe reliable method of releasing those emotional anxieties and stresses we allow to build up and affect us and many people say that the experience of hypnosis leaves them feeling not just relaxed but alert and revitalised and ready to take on the world. Hypnosis is a natural state of mind, not a sleep state but a deep state of relaxation, you will be in full control and able to speak and cannot be made to do anything you do not want to do, there are no side effects in hypnosis only positive ones, what you see on stage acts is exactly that a stage act!

You cannot get stuck in hypnosis and most of us are in a state of self-hypnosis at some point in the day, driving the car when we go into auto-pilot, reading a book or watching TV and being oblivious to everything around us are all examples of self-hypnosis.

We have all experienced that feeling of well being when we take time out to really relax, that feel good feeling when we have taken a few days of complete rest from our busy work and family schedules, but how many of us schedule that into our daily, weekly or monthly schedules? Not many I guess!!

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