Hypnosis for anxiety, depression, and fear
Since 1997, I have witnesses over and over the powerful effectiveness of hypnosis for anxiety, depression, and fear.
Hypnosis has proven therapeutic benefits for anxiety by inducing relaxation and focus. Hypnotherapy can help you reduce automatic, subconscious responses and empower you to manage your emotions.
I teach you self-hypnosis so that you can easily be in control of your thoughts, emotions and behavior throughout your day.
My free hypnosis MP3 Orange Blossom, is used worldwide and has been downloaded more than 107,000 downloads. People use it for sleep, to relax, overcome anxiety, to improve their golf game and other sports performance needs. And, it’s powerful hypnosis can help you to overcome anxiety, depression and fear.
Hypnosis works for anxiety, depression & fear
Hypnosis may help individuals with anxiety because it eases them into a relaxed and calm state.
- In a 2016 study, scientists scanned the brains of 57 people undergoing hypnosis. They found changes in the areas of the brain that allowed for greater emotional control and reduced feelings of self-consciousness.
- One 2017 review found that hypnosis has a significant, immediate, and prolonged effect on anxiety in people with cancer. It was especially beneficial for those with procedure-related anxiety.
- Hypnosis works best at reducing anxiety when combined with other psychological interventions, including cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) or exposure therapy.
Hypnosis can reduce the fear that individuals experience. Measurable qualities of fear include blood pressure and heart rate.
Hypnosis is an effective method of alleviating the symptoms of depression.
- According to a meta-analysis of hypnotic interventions, using hypnosis for depression is potentially as effective as other well-known psychological interventions such as CBT and interpersonal therapy.
Your Hypnosis Health Info Hypnotic Suggestion for today:
I choose to breathe in relaxation and breathe out anxiety, depression and fear.
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