Using Hypnosis to Treat Conditions
Did you know that Dr. Roguski of CT Alternative Health offers Hypnosis for healing? Hypnosis is an ancient psychological practice, a form of alternative healing used all over the world to treat a variety of different ailments and disorders. It is a state of being in which the subject is fully awake yet in a state of extreme relaxation and trance. The person being hypnotized experiences enhanced focus and concentration so intense that it unlocks the door to limitless opportunities for healing and positive change.
What is Hypnotherapy used for:
People seek hypnotherapy as a form of non-medicinal treatment to achieve relieve treat from negative disorders such as anxiety, insomnia, stress, pain, phobias, fears, weight loss, eating disorders and addictions such as smoking, drug and alcohol just to name a few.
How does Hypnosis Work:
Hypnotic stimulation is different with each subject; however, it always begins the aid of a licensed professional. The subject is induced into a hypnotic state with focused relaxation, tranquility, imaginations and calmness. After some time has passed, the hypnotist will determine if the patient has reached the desired trance like state and the doctor will then proceed with healing. After the session is over, the therapist will gently bring the subject out of his or hers hypnotic state.
Why Seek Hypnosis:
With conventional medication and treatment, the symptoms associated with a disorder is treated while the cause remains, however, with mind and body alternative treatments such as hypnosis; the cause is uncovered and treated, ending the persons suffering. Hypnosis is a positive experience that can erase negativity and bring a person back into a happier state of being.
Where to Seek Hypnosis:
Contrary to the mocking images we see in media about hypnosis with magicians trancing their audience with a ticking pendant; hypnosis needs to be done by a licensed professional such as Dr. Roguski of CT Alternative Health. If this is your first time seeking hypnosis then research should be done beforehand. You should ask a lot of questions to put your mind at ease and help you feel more confident about seeking this form of treatment. The bottom line is that you should feel completely comfortable with the specialist and with the staff at the alternative center of your choice.