Non-invasive hypnotherapy can help many

With the NHS hospitals in the UK seemingly always in trouble and a growing shortage of general practitioners (GPs), perhaps the time is right to look at alternatives like hypnotherapy.hypno
A recent investigation by the BBC uncovered a national shortage of GPs, doctors deserting the profession and junior doctors avoiding what they see as an ‘unglamorous’ career.
All these have culminated in the number of unfilled GP posts quadrupling in the past three years, which may help explain why your surgery’s phone number is often engaged.
One doctor said: “I never expected to be saying that at this stage in my career. The physical volume of the work does take its toll.
“I do feel that general practice is on the verge of being irreparably broken.”
An obvious option for a wide variety of needs – from weight management and quitting smoking to pain control and eliminating stress and anxiety – is hypnotherapy.
But how does someone choose qualified and experienced hypnotherapist? The National Council for Hypnotherapy (NCH) is the largest not-for profit hypnotherapy Professional Association in the UK and all registered members are given the option to join the Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council (CNHC).
CNHC is the UK voluntary regulator for complementary healthcare practitioners that was set up with government support to protect the public by providing a UK voluntary register of complementary therapists.
CNHC’s register has been approved as an Accredited Register by the Professional Standards Authority for Health and Social Care. This means CNHC has met the Professional Standards Authority’s demanding standards.
Many people often ask what hypnotherapy is, fearing that by undergoing hypnotism they might ‘lose control’.
But it is shown that hypnosis is not always a trance state or a sleep state even though a person in hypnosis may appear to be sleeping. Hypnosis is really natural state of mind and is an important part of everyday life. Whenever our mind wanders or is focused on something, such as reading a book, driving a familiar route or watching a film we are in a state of hypnosis.
When been treated by a hypnotherapist, the client always has the power to resist and it is when the client realises they are control, they decide how deeply into hypnosis they wish to go. A hypnotherapist is a guide and helps the client on a journey in which the changes can only be made by the client.
Some hypnotherapists use the knowledge that actually people are always in hypnosis and will then have an open discussion with the client, just altering language patters and using suggestions relating to the client’s goal; and the changes they wish to make.
An NCH hypnotherapist can use hypnotherapy to treat fears and phobias, physical conditions such as Irritable Bowel Syndrome, skin conditions and migraines, anxiety and stress, insomnia and even pain management and to improve birth outcomes.
Hypnotherapy also has an enviable track record in helping people quit smoking or manage their weight.
And, best of all, it is non-invasive. Hypnotherapy is the application of hypnotic techniques in such a way as to bring about therapeutic changes.
If you think hypnotherapy can help you, use the NCH directory to find a therapist near you. It can well make a big difference in your life.

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