Hypnotherapy is completely safe; it is natural and works with the way that the mind naturally operates. It is recognised by the National Health Service. More than just being safe, hypnosis is demonstrably effective at bringing about change, and has been shown to improve the function of the immune system and the digestive system and lead to more restful, recuperative sleep. According to the Health Education Authority:

Research shows that there is more scientific evidence for hypnotherapy than any other complementary therapy.’

People usually experience hypnosis as very pleasant and relaxing.

Hypnotherapy is effective because it works in the way that the brain naturally works to make and break habits. In this state information can be transported from the conscious to the sub-conscious mind or vice versa. The British Medical Journal states:

‘There is good evidence from randomised controlled trials that both hypnosis and relaxation techniques can reduce anxiety. They are also effective for panic disorders and insomnia. A systematic review has found that hypnosis enhances the effects of cognitive behavioural therapy for conditions such as phobia, obesity, and anxiety.’

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