Recently Mayo Clinic reported on Hypnosis it has been used for thousands of years successfully by many cultures.  Despite the concern that it is against religious beliefs many of the best hypnotists are clergy.

Have you ever been totally absorbed while reading, watching TV or cooking?  Have you “zoned out” to the point where you cannot recall what was going on around you?  If so this is a trance like state of consciousness.

Medically hypnosis is not clearly understood, hypnosis, when provided by a certified therapist it can help with a variety of health concerns.  Listed below are a few conditions that can be helped by hypnosis are:

  • Pain
  • Asthma
  • Anxiety
  • Phobia
  • Weight Loss
  • Addiction

What is hypnosis?

Hypnosis, can also be referred to as hypnotherapy or hypnotic suggestion, is an altered state of consciousness.  When you are under this hypnotic state you are in complete control of your body and what suggestions you accept.  With hypnosis you can have more focused attention. You can be more open and less critical or disbelieving and more responsive to suggestions.

The purpose of hypnosis is a therapeutic technique is to help you understand and gain more control over your behavior and well-being. 

Hypnosis appears to communicate with your body through nerve impulses, hormones and body chemicals.  Hypnosis creates a state of deep relaxation and quiets the mind.  When your under hypnosis you can concentrate intensely on a specific thought, memory, feeling or sensation while blocking distractions.

Do you have a chronic issue you just have not been able to clear?

Wendy Dunbar our certified hypnotherapist can help you with any issue.  She has helped people who have had food aversions, anxiety, fear, pain, anger, relaxation, and depression issues.  Your session will be tailored to your needs!

Call Serenity Health Care Center to experience Wendy Dunbar our Certified Hypnotherapist 262-522-8640

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