Consumer Reports on Hypnotherapy
You can imagine my excitement when I discovered this Consumer Reports on hypnotherapy article. There are a few minor points where I have a different experience and opinion about hypnosis. But that’s OK. Overall the article is accurate and supportive. Hypnosis is a safe, powerful, proven and effective therapeutic tool that you can use to make healthy changes in your life.
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What it’s really like and how it might improve your health
Consumer Reports, By Elizabeth DeVita-Raeburn, September 10, 2016
It’s No Magic Bullet, But . . .
Hypnosis seems to be more effective at easing involuntary symptoms—such as hot flashes and pain—than it is at helping people overcome unhealthy habits such as overeating, smoking, and alcohol addiction. Here’s where the research is strongest:
- Irritable bowel syndrome
- Chronic pain
- Cancer-treatment side effects
- Hot flashes
Roger Moore says,
Weight Loss: Research shows that hypnosis for weight loss is more than 30 times as effective as other methods and the weight loss is more significant with hypnosis. People who lose weight with hypnosis have greater long term success. (See Weight Loss Efficacy)
Stop Smoking: Success rates for people using multiple-session hypnosis to quit are as much as 10 times the success rates of those who try to quit without any tools or resources. (See Break Free Hypnosis)
Alcohol and drug addiction: To be honest, there is not a lot of supporting data for the use of hypnosis for alcohol and drug addiction. Advancements in methods are showing promising long term success for using hypnosis alcohol and drug addiction. In the past two years I have supported several people who stopped their use of drugs and alcohol with hypnosis. (Learn more about Medical Hypnosis)Roger Moore
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