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Hypnosis: More effective than other forms of therapy

Reportedly, hypnosis has a 93% success rate with less sessions than both behavioral and psychotherapy, according to research studies. This led researchers to believe that for changing habits, thought patterns, and actual behavior, hypnosis was not only the most effective method but that it needed less time/sessions than other forms of therapy.*1

During hypnosis, your brain wave patterns change and are slowed down to a theta state, similar to that of dreaming. At this point, your subconscious mind is open to accepting new programming. Therapists use an assortment of guided imagery, healing words, and verbal repetition to promote positive behaviors such as building confidence, increasing motivation, calming anxiety, overcoming phobias, quitting smoking, calming fear of public speaking and losing weight.*2


1. (Alfred A. Barrios/1970)

2., Hypnosis: Is It Worth The Hype?


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