The oldest form of psychotherapy
Neural changes in the brain
Stanford researchers recently used modern brain imaging to show that while under hypnosis, three distinct areas of the brain were altered and activated. These parts of the brain are associated with absorption away from outside stimuli, controlling body functions, and decreased awareness of one’s actions and behavior.
Self-belief & self-efficacy
Improves sleep duration and depth
Enhancing Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
Anxiety & stress
A literature review found that there was significant evidence supporting hypnosis as a rapid, cost-effective, nonaddictive and safe alternative to medication for the treatment of anxiety-related conditions.