The practice of hypnosis for amusement has left countless people feeling sceptical over the years, and therefore you may be wondering does hypnosis work? Scientific studies have demonstrated that a hypnotic approach has a measurable influence on the brain
Research, carried out at Stanford University, discovered that the portion of the brain that identifies colour had more activity when the volunteers were told they were examining coloured objects whilst under hypnosis. However, the objects were not coloured, they were in fact black and white. This was not the case outside of hypnosis. This was as a direct result of hypnosis, providing scientific evidence to support the notion that hypnotherapy processes actually do work, with regards to affecting the relevant parts of the brain in order to gain constructive results.
This breakthrough scientific research clearly supports the use of hypnosis for those that need to be able to deal with their own pain and anxiety or other medical problems without (or to supplement) standard medical treatment. This study helps to confirm that a hypnotic approach may be used to establish change at a physical level to increase the effect of therapeutic change.
Numerous other case studies have made astonishing changes following hypnosis treatment. Behavioural traits can be positively reworked, and in doing so it is possible to enhance life beyond measure. Many fears and worries stem from views and feelings that the sufferer knows are irrational. With the support of a hypnotic approach, people get back a positive outlook and lift the limitations that they place on themselves. Hypnotherapy can also assist men and woman that need help with insomnia issues, public speaking, or possibly IBS. Hypnotherapy is a validated solution that can change the mindset to remove problems and enhance the overall quality of life.
Anyone who has previously been sceptical about hypnosis because they have only seen it used for entertainment purposes can now trust in the process and not hesitate to choose a qualified practitioner. Stanford University has provided evidence needed to ignore any criticism and has in fact proved its capability. This evidence gives people another choice with regards to treatment which can lead to extremely beneficial life changes for them and also those people around them.
Hypnotherapy strategies can now be viewed as a scientific answer to the health and well-being of countless people in its own right. So many people can be helped to make constructive long lasting changes to the mind by choosing a qualified Hypnotherapist who has a professional approach to therapy. Research has provided scientific evidence that confirms that hypnotherapy does work. This valuable information if acted upon can potentially transform lives worldwide for the better and the therapy itself has been endorsed.
A professional well qualified and authorised Hypnotherapist should always be chosen, as hypnotherapy training can vary. Andy Cox from Assured Effects Hypnotherapy is well qualified and has 9 years experience under his belt.
For research done at Stanford University see http://news.stanford.edu/news/2000/september6/hypnosis-96.html