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Are people hypnotized asleep?

While the hypnotic brain wave state is the relaxation you go through on your way to sleep, you generally are not asleep, but extra aware, even though the word "sleep" is often used to equate the experience to a restful state. The term hypnosis originates from the Greek word "Hypnos", meaning sleep.


How do I know when I am hypnotized? What does it feel like?

Generally you will feel very relaxed. When you relax, your brain activity slows and you are more suggestible. You will hear everything that is said and you will never do anything that you don’t want to do. As with anything, hypnosis takes practice. The more you do it, the quicker and deeper you will relax. Hypnosis feels similar to meditation, yoga and biofeedback.


Can I be hypnotized?

Anyone with normal intelligence and ability to concentrate are able to learn the hypnotic condition. Research has shown that a large number of people are more hypnotizable than they believe. If you are interested in being
How long will it take before the hypnosis works?
There is no one answer here. Since every person is different, each situation comes with its own set of variables. It should be said that though sometimes a permanent result can be achieved after just two or three sessions, most cases require several sessions, especially with weight loss. Food is the only addiction you must master; you can’t quit eating.

What effects does hypnosis have?

Hypnosis can be used to dramatically alter perceptions. Relaxation come from hypnosis helps to bring about a balance within your system: Your mind, body and soul, emotionally and physically. The ancient method of hypnosis is more used as a complement in medicine where it has proved to be a valuable alternative to drugs. Hypnosis has been used for thousands of years to effectively speed up healing and relieve stress symptoms and to help you change behaviours.

What are some common uses for hypnosis?

Hypnosis is used for everything from improving sports performance to finding lost objects to helping you heal various ailments, in conjunction with your health care provider.
The use of hypnosis is most commonly known for changing habits like smoking cessation and weight loss. Since habits are located in the subconscious mind and hypnosis occurs mostly in your subconscious, it has proven quite effective for habit control.

Are there some people who cannot be hypnotized?

Since the hypnotic brain wave state is the same brain wave state your brain goes through on the way to sleep, the obvious answer is that anyone can be hypnotized. However . . . if you choose not to be hypnotized at any given time, chances are you won’t be. You simply won’t follow the instructions of the hypnotist. A vast majority of people who get hypnotized fall in love with it. The relaxation is so pleasant (and rare in these modern times!), hypnosis subjects frequently can’t wait to get back into that brain wave state. As you begin to see your behaviour changing in ways you want as a result of the hypnosis, you become more and more comfortable with hypnosis. As with anything, the more you practice hypnosis, the better you get.







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