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Fotolia 33176937 SWhat is Medical Hypnotherapy?

Medical Hypnotherapy intends that the patient reaches a preferably deep state of trance during the session. While being in trance (lat. transire to go over, to exceed) one can mentally experience more intensively and relax more deeply at the same time. The therapeutical advantage of trance is that the patient obtains (easier) access to his subconciousness which he is normally using, mainly while sleeping. With the help of the subconciousness and the technique of analytic hypnosis one can identify and clear the mechanisms which led to physical and psychological disorders.

The analytic hypnosis complies the following criteria:

  • The patient is responsive and can talk with the hypnotherapist (different to purely suggestive hypnosis or sleep).
  • He is locally and timely orientated.
  • He can stop his trance himself at any time.
  • He can concentrate intensively on the situation to be treated.
  • He can access his subconciousness more easily than in daily life.
  • He can access all his memories during and after the hypnosis session.
What kind of symptoms can be treated?

Generally all kinds of physical symptoms or illnesses as well as psychological issues can be treated with Medical Hypnotherapy. There is a detailed briefing before each session in which the patient´s physical and psychological problems are discussed and all open questions are answered.

Who can be treated?

Generally all adults and teenagers can be treated with Medical Hypnotherapy. Sometimes the depth of trance or the chances of hypnosis are limited which can reduce or prevent the success of hypnosis, e.g. psychiatric medication, consumption of alcohol or other drugs.

Medical Hypnotherapy is not suitable for mentally handicapped people, patients with severe heart diseases or children.

Note: The methods of diagnosis and therapies mentioned on this page belong to the empiric naturopathic medicine which is not recognized by the conventional medicine. All statements regarding e.g. aspects, impacts or possible applications are based on the experience and knowledge of the method itself.