Does Hypnotherapy Really Work?

This is the very first blog post on our new website here at the Peak Horizons Health Coaching & Hypnosis Center. We welcome you with open hearts and minds, and hope you feel right at home.

We want you to discover how much stronger you are than you think. You can be happier, healthier, and just all around better—socially, financially, mentally, and emotionally.

But you have a fear that is holding you back, a weight that is holding you down, an addiction that is controlling your behavior. For far too long!

Now you are ready to make the change. We will help you take that first step towards a brand new life. You will finally overcome your anxiety, get rid of your excess weight, and quit smoking for good.

Naturally, effectively, drug-free, and with no side effects.

We know you have questions, and possibly foremost among them is: Does hypnosis really work?

Yes, Hypnotherapy Works!

Yes, hypnosis really does work. But probably not in the same way that is popularized by media.

For a long time, people had contradictory ideas about hypnosis. Those who practiced or experienced hypnotherapy raved about it, while most others viewed it as a weird, superstitious, or sometimes even evil, practice.

Gratefully, science has started to provide evidence that hypnotherapy is a valid therapeutic practice that has real and measurable effects and benefits.

Your Brain During Hypnosis

Now more than ever, the scientific community has a better understanding of what really happens when a person goes in a trance.

During hypnosis, you are very much in control of your own free will and you don’t actually go under anybody’s spell, unlike what Hollywood would have you believe.

What happens is you enter a state of hyper-attentiveness. Your mind becomes tightly focused on the ideas being suggested during the trance, and you stop paying attention to anything else.

You will have your eyes closed but even though you appear like you’re asleep, your brain is actually not.

Accessing the Subconscious

Neuroscientists have proven that the electrical activity and wave patterns of a brain in a trance state clearly indicate that it is neither asleep nor awake.

When a human brain is in this hyper-attentive trance state, it becomes more susceptible to suggestions and imaginative thinking.

Hypnosis opens up a more direct access to the subconscious mind, where most of our deepest thinking is done. In our normal, waking state, the subconscious is not usually accessible.

However, in a state of trance, your conscious mind melts into the background, and your subconscious takes center stage.

Your subconscious mind is powerful and a direct access to it will work wonders in your life.

Let us help you discover the wonderful things you can achieve in your life with hypnosis.

Leave a message in the comment or via our Contact Page

This is the very first blog post on our new website here at the Chattanooga Hypnosis Center. We welcome you with open hearts and minds, and hope you feel right at home.

We want you to discover how much stronger you are than you think. You can be happier, healthier, and just all around better—socially, financially, mentally, and emotionally.

But you have a fear that is holding you back, a weight that is holding you down, an addiction that is controlling your behavior. For far too long!

Now you are ready to make the change. We will help you take that first step towards a brand new life. You will finally overcome your anxiety, get rid of your excess weight, and quit smoking for good.

Naturally, effectively, drug-free, and with no side effects.

We know you have questions, and possibly foremost among them is: Does hypnosis really work?

Yes, Hypnotherapy Works!

Yes, hypnosis really does work. But probably not in the same way that is popularized by media.

For a long time, people had contradictory ideas about hypnosis. Those who practiced or experienced hypnotherapy raved about it, while most others viewed it as a weird, superstitious, or sometimes even evil, practice.

Gratefully, science has started to provide evidence that hypnotherapy is a valid therapeutic practice that has real and measurable effects and benefits.

Your Brain During Hypnosis

Now more than ever, the scientific community has a better understanding of what really happens when a person goes in a trance.

During hypnosis, you are very much in control of your own free will and you don’t actually go under anybody’s spell, unlike what Hollywood would have you believe.

What happens is you enter a state of hyper-attentiveness. Your mind becomes tightly focused on the ideas being suggested during the trance, and you stop paying attention to anything else.

You will have your eyes closed but even though you appear like you’re asleep, your brain is actually not.

Accessing the Subconscious

Neuroscientists have proven that the electrical activity and wave patterns of a brain in a trance state clearly indicate that it is neither asleep nor awake.

When a human brain is in this hyper-attentive trance state, it becomes more susceptible to suggestions and imaginative thinking.

Hypnosis opens up a more direct access to the subconscious mind, where most of our deepest thinking is done. In our normal, waking state, the subconscious is not usually accessible.

However, in a state of trance, your conscious mind melts into the background, and your subconscious takes center stage.

Your subconscious mind is powerful and a direct access to it will work wonders in your life.

Let us help you discover the wonderful things you can achieve in your life with hypnosis.

Leave a message in the comment or via our Contact Page