Stress and anxiety are common in today’s world and it is important to reduce stress for one’s health. Mindfulness and Hypnotherapy combined are useful tools to reduce stress. Mindfulness focuses on the moment while hypnotherapy allows one at the subconscious to deal with issues that may linger. Through these alternative therapies one can find greater peace and less stress.
The article, “Mindful hypnotherapy may reduce stress” from Medical News Today states,
“Combining mindfulness and hypnotherapy in a single session is a novel intervention that may be equal to or better than existing treatments, with the advantage of being more time effective, less daunting, and easier to use. This could be a valuable option for treating anxiety and stress reduction.”
Qualified professionals can help individuals benefit from the use of mindfulness and hypnotherapy. Please also review AIHCP’s Hypnotherapy Certification Program and see if it meets your academic and professional goals.
Hypnotherapy has many benefits. Reducing anxiety is definitely one of the benefits of hypnotherapy. Mindfulness and hypnotherapy have shown to reduce stress and anxiety and help individuals find peace.
The article, “Brief Mindful Hypnotherapy Shown to Ease Stress & Anxiety” by Traci Pederson looks closer at the benefits of mindfulness and hypnotherapy and its use against stress and anxiety. She states,
“Mindful hypnotherapy — a new treatment combining mindfulness with hypnotherapy — shows significant promise for alleviating stress, according to a pilot study at Baylor University in Texas.”
The article goes on to explain the benefits of this combination. To read the entire article, please click here
Please also review AIHCP’s Clinical Hypnotherapy Certification. The program is online and independent study. Qualified professionals can earn a four year certification after completing the five modules. Please review and see if the Hypnotherapy training program meets your academic and professional goals.
Hypnosis is known to help with many issues. Anxiety is no exception. Anxiety can be reduced through multiple stress management and meditation applications, but hypnotherapy can also play a key role in reducing anxiety. Many are turning to hypnosis and hypnotherapy to face anxiety and find solace and peace.
The article, “This is what hypnotherapy could do for your anxiety levels” by Grace Walsh looks at how hypnotherapy and hypnosis can help individuals with anxiety find peace. The article states,
“What hypnotherapy does is it looks to almost upgrade somebody’s thinking about something and more importantly, how somebody reacts to something. With anxiety, it’s mainly about accepting that we cannot change what is happening around us. We have no control over that but we can find a way to control how we react to it and if we do that, it takes us out of a continual flight or fight response.”
Hypnotherapy hence plays a major role in helping one’s thinking process in how one reacts to anxiety and stress. To read the entire article, please click here
Please also review AIHCP’s Hypnotherapy Certification Program to learn more on how to help others benefit from hypnotherapy and as well, learn to use it for oneself. Please review the program and see if it matches your academic and professional goals.
Like EFT, Hypnotherapy is a non evasive way to heal oneself. Hypnotherapy, like EFT, is usually administered through a healthcare professional or someone with high certification credentials. Hypnosis can help heal may traumas, but also help others face fears or quit bad habits. Hypnosis can help the brain overcome many obstacles.
The article, “HARNESSING THE HEALING POWER OF HYPNOTHERAPY” by Victoria Cristie reviews the numerous ways Hypnotherapy can help individuals heal. She states,
“Many people still associate hypnosis with dated Vegas magic shows, and while Chisholm agrees that there’s some enduring skepticism around hypnosis in the medical field, it’s becoming a more common recommendation for drug-free pain management. “I’m very privileged to work with wonderful nurses and physicians who are open to [hypnosis] because they’ve seen it be effective,” she says. “They’re very supportive because they want what’s best for the patient.”
As hynotherapy enters more and more into the mainstream, its benefits will help millions overcome pain, trauma and fears. If you would like to read the entire article, please click here
Hypnotherapy is an excellent certification for healthcare and behavioral health professionals. Please review AIHCP’s Clinical Hypnotherapy Certification and see if it meets your professional goals.
Hypnosis has a variety of useful applications. Hypnosis can help with mental trauma, past fears, as well as eliminating bad habits. It can also help with pain management. The ability to help the subconscious is amazing in hypnosis and hypnotherapy has the ability to help individuals through the process of pain.
With opioid use so dangerous and also the limitation of it for individuals who may need them, hypnosis is one of many alternative options for individuals to utilize. Hypnosis can play a key role in helping the reduction of pain.
The article, “Hypnosis vs Painkillers” by Dr. Sanchari Sinha Dutta, Ph.D, reviews how hypnosis can play a big role in limited pain. She states,
“Chronic pain can be associated with many severe health conditions, as well as can reduce the overall quality of life. It is often difficult to treat chronic pain because the reason for pain often remains unidentified. On a positive note, recent studies have identified that hypnosis and hypnotherapy can act as an effective alternative intervention to medication to treat both active and chronic pain.”
If one is seeking to alleviate pain, alternative therapies are one starting point. They are not addictive like pain killers and more easily accessible. Qualified professionals can learn more about hypnotherapy and how to utilize it in their practice by review the American College of Hypnotherapy. The Hypnotherapy Certification is a four year certification and help individuals learn the necessary skills to properly utilize hypnosis within their practice
Hypnosis as an alternative treatment to a variety of phobias, addictions and mental issues is becoming more and more mainstream. Anxiety is another issue that hypnosis can help alleviate. Many have anxiety in public places and hypnotherapy can help at the subconscious level to aid individuals in dealing with it. It can help individuals face anxiety by reducing it at the subconscious level. This amazing aspect of hypnosis is one reason why so many in healthcare are starting to utilize it.
The article, “Hypnosis for anxiety? ‘Doable’ if you have an open mind” by Caroline Zielinsky looks at how hypnotherapy can help someone with anxiety. The article states,
“A 2019 meta-analysis of 15 studies incorporating 17 trials of hypnosis for anxiety found that hypnosis was most effective in reducing anxiety when combined with other psychological interventions than when used as a stand-alone treatment.”
Regardless of effectiveness, hypnotherapy should never be conducted by an untrained individual. If seeking hypnotherapy, be sure to only work with professionals and those with appropriate credentials. Please also review our Clinical Hypnotherapy Certification to see if you would like, if qualified, to learn the art of hypnotherapy.
Smoking is one of the most addictive habits to break in life. It can be extremely difficult not only internally but also through the various social triggers and stresses one can come into contact with. Smokers look to a wide variety of patches or other types of oral fixations on the market to relieve the smoking need. A strong conscious but also subconscious decision is needed to fully overcome this bad habit. Cancer, aging and various lung disorders are all serious issues that result from smoking. Smoking prevents a healthy life style. With one’s health so critical and smoking so detrimental to good health, it is important to gain the upper hand on the habit of smoking. Fortunately, it is never to late to break habits and there are various ways to break the habit of smoking
Many look to other ways to break habits. Self hypnosis and also going to a certified Hypnotherapists are excellent alternative ways to try to break this habit. Hypnosis can help break multiple bad habits, help one overcome phobias, and help resolve past trauma. It is of no surprise then that hypnosis can help the mind overcome bad habits at the subconscious level and help retrain the brain to cope in different ways to stress.
The article, “Trying to quit smoking? Here’s how self-hypnosis could help” from “The Leader” looks deeper at ways to stop smoking, including hypnosis. The article states,
“Self-hypnosis can be used to help you achieve positive changes in your life, such as quitting smoking. Find a time and place to do your session – make sure it’s somewhere quiet and that you won’t be disturbed.”
To learn more about hypnosis and stopping smoking, please review the entire article by clicking here
Hypnosis is an excellent way to help overcome numerous issues in life, including smoking. Many who have failed in every way in their attempt to quit have found success with hypnosis. Please review AIHCP’s College of Hypnotherapy and its Clinical Hypnotherapy Certification and see how it can educate you but also give you the credentials and ability to help others through the power of hypnosis. The program is online and independent study. After completing the required courses, one can apply for a four year certification which they can renew. Please review the program and see if it matches your academic and professional goals.
Happiness can be very fleeting in a fallen world. Happiness can also be very subjective. However, what one believes can be a large deciding factor if one is happy or not. Beliefs can cause anxiety and sadness, but also some beliefs may also cause hope and security. Ultimately, if one is depressed or sad, one needs to address the belief system and see how it plays a role. Hypnotherapy and hypnosis can play big roles in helping one determine one’s subconscious state and how beliefs affect one’s outlook and happiness.
The article, “Believe It or Not: How Your Beliefs Affect Your Happiness” by Victoria Ward reviews how state of mind can play a large role in happiness. She states,
“One of the main reasons driving my clients’ decisions to seek out coaching and cognitive hypnotherapy is because they believe something that’s causing them to suffer. Often, they don’t even realise that’s the case, or they may rationally know it’s not true, but still the unconscious sticks to it anyway.”
Please also review our Hypnotherapy program and see if it matches your academic and professional goals. Ultimately hypnosis and hypnotherapy can help uncover many layers if discontent and help someone find what is making them unhappy. The American College of Hypnotherapy offers a comprehensive online program for those seeking certification in hypnosis.
Many consider hypnosis to be silly. They correlate hypnosis with stage acts but the reality is hypnosis is very scientific and different from stage shows. Hypnotherapy looks to unlock the conscious mind and help individuals face fears and heal from past traumas.
The article, “Hold Up: Can Hypnosis Help You Lose Weight? Here’s What Experts Say” by Adele Jackson Gibson dismisses false notions surrounding hypnosis and presents the true and scientific side of hypnosis as a viable alternative therapy for numerous issues, including weight loss. She states,
“Hypnosis is not a magic bullet, so don’t walk into a hypnotherapy session and think you’ll start shedding pounds at the snap of a finger. As Dr. Gaies says, hypnosis is a tool that can help break patterns of thinking that prevents someone from developing healthier routines. It’s those lifestyle shifts that will lead to weight loss over time.”
Hypnosis hence is an important way to deal with past issues, face new challenges and overcome fears. It is a structured and scientific process of understanding the mind and helping it heal or overcome past issues. It is an essential tool for many to become more mentally healthy and a way for counselors and other behavioral health professionals to help clients find peace.
Please also review our Clinical Hypnotherapy Program and see if it matches your academic and professional goals. If qualified, you could be helping others through the wonders of Hypnotherapy
Many think hypnosis and hypnotherapy are like the movies with a swaying watch and a brain washed individual devoid of free choice. This is farther from the truth. Hypnotherapy does create a subconscious state but instead of a state of a control it is a state of relaxation and suggestion. It looks to not reprogram but open and heal.
Some individuals may not be as prone to suggestion while others may successfully react to the treatment. The therapy looks to heal deep seeded trauma and looks to help individuals heal but it also looks to help individuals overcome bad habits and other phobias.
The article, “What Is Hypnotherapy? (Hint: It’s Nothing Like the Hypnosis You See on TV)” from Cleveland Clinic Health Essentials, dismisses man of the myths of hypnosis and directs one to a better understanding of its aims and functions. The article states,
“When you hear the word hypnosis, does it bring to mind a stage show where a hypnotist puts people to sleep and then wakes them up to make them cluck like chickens and perform other embarrassing tasks? If so, you might be surprised to learn that hypnosis is commonly used in medical care.”
Please also review our Hypnotherapy Certification and see if it meets your academic and professional goals. Through the training from the College of Hypnotherapy, you will be able to better help clients via hypnotherapy.