What is hypnotherapy?

Hypnosis is a state of focused attention in which wider environmental stimuli may be ignored. It could be called a trance state, or merely a day dream. The state has many similarities with the REM sleep state.

When we are in this state our minds are anything but idle. This downtime is to allows us to make sense of what’s happening in our lives. During this state, our mind will look for solutions. We can access this suggestible part of the brain through hypnosis.

By using positive imagery and suggestion the therapist is encouraging the client to concentrate upon, and therefore consider, alternative outcomes or emotions to any given event and create new informed decisions as to how to react in any given situation in order to deal with it more appropriately...

Sleeping expends the same amount of energy as taking 6 maths consecutively