Hypnotism: Can hypnotism work for mental health problems?

 Experts are telling everything about this:- As mental health issues become easier to talk about, so do options regarding diagnosis and treatment. These days some therapists are advocating hypnotism for this. These days, the use of hypnotizing the patient during surgery has increased rapidly. In fact, increased anxiety has been found in the patient before surgery. They are hypnotized only to control it. Hypnosis treatment helps in improving focus and concentration. It is also called hypnotic or hypnosis treatment. Most people feel calm and relaxed during hypnosis. To know how hypnotic treatment is effective in mental health and serious diseases like cancer, we talked to Dr. Vinod Mune who is a Clinical Psychologist and Hypnotherapist.

What is the need for hypnotic treatment?

Dr. Vinod Mune says, ‘Hypnosis can help you gain control over the behaviors you want to change. It can help deal with anxiety or pain better. During a hypnotism session, individuals do not lose control over their behavior. This can also be an effective way to relieve stress. It is used during breast biopsy. It can reduce stress and anxiety before the medical procedure.’

Where is hypnotism used?

In addition to dealing with mental health conditions, hypnotism can be helpful for pain control, burns, cancer, childbirth, irritable bowel syndrome, fibromyalgia, jaw problems, dentistry, headaches.

It can also be used to reduce the feeling of warmth from sudden fever and the effects of hot flashes.

Sleep problems, bed wetting, smoking and eating disorders can also be treated with it.

Hypnosis is used to reduce the side effects of cancer treatment and chemotherapy.

what is its process :-

No special preparation is required to take advantage of hypnotism. The patient has to come in a relaxed posture by wearing only comfortable clothes. There is always a possibility of falling asleep during the session, as it is meant to be relaxing.

Before starting the therapist explains the process of hypnosis. They review the patient’s treatment goals. Then they usually start talking in a soft, relaxing tone. They describe the images as creating a feeling of relaxation, security, and wellness. When the session is over, the patient is able to bring themselves out of hypnosis on their own.

Is there any risks :- This therapy should be availed only under the supervision of a trained health care provider. This is an alternative medicine treatment. Keep in mind that hypnosis may not be safe for some people with serious mental illness. Hypnosis may not be right for everyone. Not all people are able to enter the state of hypnosis completely enough for it to work well. In general, the more quickly and easily people can reach a state of relaxation and calm during a session, the more likely they are to benefit from hypnosis.

At the end:-

In general, the idea of ​​hypnotizing or hypnotizing people during surgery may seem like a medical stunt. But it is now being tried in hospitals of many countries. It is being used extensively for the diagnosis of serious diseases and mental health problems. The patient just needs to ensure that the hypnotist is well trained in this alternative medicine.

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