Hypnosis is widely recognized as a valid procedure to treat numerous physical, medical and mental health diseases and disorder. Weight loss, overcoming a bad habit, and addiction are quite popular among the numerous thing hypnotherapy can help you achieve but it is way beyond that. Hypnotherapy has been proven to help with:
• Sleep disorders
• Phobias, fears, and anxiety
• Post-trauma anxiety
• Depression
• Sports performance
• Stress
• Allergies
• Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS)
• Self-esteem and confidence
• Grief and loss
 
What to Expect
The outcome of hypnotherapy is intensely positive as it has been proved to be effective. Countless testimonies exist that can attest to the effectiveness of hypnotherapy. Many people have been able to overcome what they considered a problem such as depression, overweight, addiction, bad habits, smoking and many more through hypnotherapy.
 
Risks
This technique is too natural to be risky; one common risk to patients is undergoing hypnotherapy under inadequately trained therapist. This can discourage the patient. In return, the patient will not be able to enjoy the real benefits of hypnotherapy.
 
Is Hypnotherapy Dangerous?
Hypnotherapy is one of the safest techniques when done by a competent therapist. Contrary to what you see in movies, hypnosis is not a form of brainwashing, it is just a procedure through which a therapist assists you in subjecting your mind to suggestion. You will never be forced to do what you do not want to do.