Hypnotherapy: highly efficient for fears and pains
A number of scientific studies prove the specific functioning and effectiveness of hypnotherapy - it has long ceased to be “exotic”.
Physical complaints, dental treatment, obstetrics as well as pre- and post-operative treatment - are among the most common areas of application for hypnotherapy. But even with pain, anxiety and mild depression, Kensington coach the use of hypnosis is considered to be highly efficient. This is proven by numerous scientific studies.
Hypnosis is suitable for the treatment of anxiety
Under hypnosis, the excitability of certain brain regions is switched off or on in isolation. This spot activation, for example blocking the circumscribed areas of the brain responsible for the sensation of pain, explains that even surgical interventions and dental treatment can be carried out without anesthetic under hypnosis. At this year's MEG conference for clinical hypnosis in mid-March in Bad Kissingen, it was shown that gastroscopy under hypnosis had a 19 percent shorter examination time. 61 percent of the patients felt less gagging and the examination was more pleasant overall. In facial surgery it was even possible to treat patients with large tumors in the face and head area who otherwise would not be able to be operated on under age-old general anesthesia,