Does hypnosis really work?

Hypnosis has been used for centuries.

That’s a pretty bold statement, right?

 

Throughout history we see evidence to support this statement. Many ancient civilizations and cultures used hypnosis as a therapeutic device. The Ancient Egyptians, in perhaps the first written record on hypnosis, the Ebers Papyrus (c. 1500 BC), wrote of hypnosis formulas and techniques. Further, the Greeks, Romans, Chinese, Persians, Indians, and Sumerians show extensive studies in hypnosis.

 

The British Psychological Society recently released a report about the effectiveness of hypnosis. Referencing this report, the Washington Times states; “The report went on to say hypnotherapy is beneficial for a wide range of issues encountered in medicine, psychology and psychiatry with regard to stress, anxiety, pain, and psychosomatic illnesses. Some illnesses described are insomnia, irritable bowel syndrome, headaches and migraines, asthma and a variety of skin maladies. Weight reduction was also cited as benefiting from hypnotherapy.”

 

Hypnosis has so many applications.  If you want to stop your tobacco habit, lose weight, reduce stress or know someone who does call Gresham Hypnosis Center for a free Hypnosis screening.  503-319-7142

 

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So, does hypnosis really work? Science says “YES!”

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