Your conscious mind is only 10% of your total mental capacity while your subconscious mind controls 90%. Your subconscious mind has to identify the new behavior for the change to be effective.
Hypnotherapy is a common form of analysis that uses a patient’s subconscious to change the way a person responds, thinks, behaves or feels towards a particular subject. A hypnotherapist induces a hypnotic state in a subject to increase motivation and alter negative behavior patterns, and uses this state to determine the nature of the issue the subject is dealing with, and then addresses and negates that behavior.
A person who is hypnotized displays certain unusual behavior characteristics and is more open to suggestion, and other responses. Individualized methods and techniques of hypnosis are based on an analysis of the client’s deep rooted issues and use direct suggestion to remove the unwanted symptoms, with some use of therapeutic relaxation and aversion to correct the unwanted, negative behavior.
Hypnotherapy has been extremely successful in dealing with a variety of ailments such as phobias, smoking cessation, weight loss, anxiety and depression, increasing self esteem, and even exploring past life experiences. It is a proven and successful method for addressing the issue at hand and correcting and eliminating it in a patient.
The number of sessions needed to resolve an addiction or bad behavior varies according to the person. Sometimes is required 3 to 5 sessions for a habit to change, whereas another may require 2 to 3 sessions. Here are a few common uses of Addictions and Bad Behaviors in Hypnotherapy:
- Smoking Addiction
- Motivation Problem
- Gambling Problem
- Alcohol Addiction
- Bed Wetting
- Nail Biting
- Drug Addiction
- Improve Study Habits
- Eliminate Distractions
- Increase Focus and Concentration
- Conquer Laziness
- Break Cycles and Patterns
- Increase Zones of Comfort
Note: A Physician referral is required before initiating work on diagnosed conditions.