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Baxi Nishant
Hypnosis

Hypnosis
Baxi Nishant

Hypnosis has been used for centuries as a treatment for pain relief that is both chronic and during operations. Today its use expands beyond just relief from pain to many other uses. There is, however, much controversy over the use of hypnosis in the medical world, even though repeated laboratory studies have shown hypnosis to be a valid and useful treatment.

Hypnosis

Baxi Nishant

© Baxi Nishant, 2019

ISBN 978-5-0050-4285-9

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Hypnosis
Nishant Baxi

Table of Contents

THE TRUTH BEHIND HYPNOSIS

USING HYPNOSIS TO CHANGE YOUR LIFE

CHAPTER 1

WHY CONSIDER HYPNOSIS?

CHAPTER 2

USES FOR HYPNOSIS

CHAPTER 3

HYPNOSIS SPECIFICS AND SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION

Introduction

Hypnosis has been used for centuries as a treatment for pain relief that is both chronic and during operations. Today its use expands beyond just relief from pain to many other uses. There is, however, much controversy over the use of hypnosis in the medical world, even though repeated laboratory studies have shown hypnosis to be a valid and useful treatment.

As you will discover in this book, hypnosis is a powerful treatment that can be used to help cure many common problems such as smoking addiction, overeating and other eating disorders, phobias, and more. Treating these personal issues can help people live more meaningful and enjoyable lives.

Many people have something in their lives they would like to change. Hypnosis might be the answer. Perhaps hypnosis can help you overcome a challenging part of your life that you have been struggling with for years. It is worth a try, right?

Chapter 1
Why Consider Hypnosis?

Hypnosis: Inside and Out

Hypnosis is often used in place of harmful prescription medication to treat a wide variety of ailments. But what is hypnosis used to treat? The practice of hypnosis is called “hypnotherapy”, and is used either as a solitary treatment or in conjunction with other treatments.

Hypnotherapy is practiced by a trained licensed professional hypnotherapist. Hypnosis is often used to treat the symptoms associated with emotional, behavioral, habitual, social, and medical issues.

Hypnosis can help people deal with:

– Labor and childbirth

– Irritable Bowl Syndrome discomfort

– Post-op surgery bleeding and pain

– Dental treatment recovery

– Migraine headaches

– Chemotherapy nausea/vomiting

– Weak immune systems

– High blood pressure

– Skin diseases

– Asthma

– Negative behaviors like eating disorders, smoking, drug use, bedwetting

– Anxiety disorders, stress

– Atopic and psoriasis dermatitis

– Phobias

Hypnosis is used to help relax a person, allowing them to become much more relaxed and comfortable. For example, a person with chronic pain will reach a new level of relaxation after a hypnotherapy treatment. This new state of relaxation will help them fight depression, avoid problems at work and home, and help them better cope with the pain overall.

Hypnosis works better for some people than for others. It is essential that the participant be motivated for the treatment to work. It is also key to the success of hypnotherapy for the individual to be ready to take on the suggestions that come out of the session.

With hypnosis, there are options. Which technique should you choose? This depends on your personal preferences, and what you want to accomplish. A consultation with a trained hypnotherapist will help you determine the technique that is best for you.

A Brief History of Hypnosis

In one form or another, hypnosis has existed since the beginning of time. For example, animals that hibernate are practicing one type of hypnosis. They are practicing self-hypnosis by closing down their bodies while allowing their mind and physical being to renew.

Prior to the 1400’s, when a person was sick it was thought to be intentionally caused by the gods as punishment to mortal man. The healers of the time would have rituals that involved an altered state of mind, either in the sick person or the healer. Every ritual was different, but they typically involved natural remedies

from the rainforest, fire, music and chanting. A common thread in these treatments is that the ill person would be trying to reach a mental place where the mind would take over the body. This would begin the process of body healing. By believing they were being healed, the power of the mind was unleashed.

There was mention in written documentation of hypnosis as early as the 3rd century in Egypt.

The 18th century was a popular time for hypnosis, when Franz Anton Mesmer, an Austrian doctor, found he was capable of healing people of illnesses without surgery or medicine. His studies led him to believe that the body was regulated by a magnetic force, and the use of magnets and hypnosis healed people.
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