Does Hypnosis Work?


 Does Hypnosis Work?

It's a question that's been asked many times before and is still being discussed today. For decades, doctors have used hypnosis to treat patients with a variety of problems including depression, smoking addiction, and pain management. So does it really work?

In the spirit of fairness, we'll explore both sides of the argument. Then you can make up your mind for yourself!

On one hand there are many documented cases where people were successfully treated using hypnotherapy. On the other there are just as many where people were not helped at all by hypnotherapy. In fact, there are some studies that suggest that hypnotherapy is not very effective at all.

In this article we will look at both sides of the argument and then you can decide for yourself whether hypnotherapy works.

Hypnosis is a form of deep mind control where a person is placed in a special state of consciousness where they are highly suggestible. In this way hypnosis can be used to treat people with a wide range of problems including depression, insomnia, smoking addiction and even pain management.

In some cases hypnotherapy has clearly been effective. For example, many asthma sufferers have found that using hypnosis can make their asthma symptoms much less intense and less frequent. Now that's what I call value for money!

Many people have also successfully used hypnosis to quit smoking. But a lot of people who try hypnosis to quit smoking still end up smoking again, which then raises the question "does hypnosis work?" In this case it clearly does not.

So we can see that what works for some does not work for others. So why is this? Why do some people respond well to hypnotherapy and others do not? Is it because certain types of people are more easily hypnotized than others? And even if they are hypnotized, can they be held in that state long enough to benefit from it?

Well in fact there is some evidence to support these views.

For example, hypnotizability is a very real scientific phenomenon and it has been shown to be highly correlated with how well a person responds to hypnosis. In other words, people who are highly hypnotizable are much more likely to respond well.

Then there's the question of how long can someone be held in the hypnotic state? In fact hypnosis is not a state of being where you're in some kind of trance for an extended period of time. This is a myth! In fact it's quite the opposite.

In hypnosis, the person is actually in a state of heightened alertness and focus. This is why it can be so relaxing and enjoyable. However, because of the heightened state of focus, it can be very difficult to hold someone in this state for an extended period of time.

So does hypnosis work? Yes and no! If you're highly hypnotizable then it probably will work for you, but if not then you might be wasting your money. And there are no guarantees that it will work anyway. It's all chance really!

And this brings me to my final point which is...

The key to successfully using hypnosis is knowing how to hypnotize yourself. In fact you can do this right now. All you need to do is learn the secrets of self hypnosis which can be found in the free self hypnosis course at the link below:


By following the simple process outlined in this hypnosis training course you can easily hypnotize yourself, which is far more powerful than being hypnotized by an outside agency. And the best part is that it is completely free! So there's really no reason not to check it out!


Passionately yours,

Dale Bellinger P.S. Are you a highly hypnotizable person? Then why not give hypnotherapy a go and see for yourself? My free self hypnosis course will teach you everything you need to know about using self hypnosis to improve your life and health. Check it out today!

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After researching nearly 100 different training methods, we discovered that hypnotherapy can be a powerful tool for self improvement but it's not as easy as you might think to learn how to do it properly. For example, we found that although hypnosis is a learned skill, hypnosis training should be viewed as a natural ability. In other words, just like anyone can learn to play a musical instrument or play a sport at a professional level with the right training, anyone can use hypnotherapy to improve their own personal well-being.

But what is this secret training method that has helped so many people? We call it selfhypnosis and it's the only all-in-one program you will ever need to become an expert in all areas of self hypnosis. The fact that nearly 100% of our customers have had success with our program speaks for itself.

This is the program that has been used by top companies and individuals worldwide. It's completely safe, effective and legal. Our hypnotherapy training program is one of the reasons I'm very passionate about helping people to achieve their self improvement goals. When you use selfhypnosis for personal development, you will realize amazing results!

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What is Hypnotism?

Hypnosis is a trance like state which produces an altered state of consciousness in which, according to numerous studies and experiments, humans can learn information and skills that they normally could not learn while awake. It's very real, it helps people all over the world, and it's completely legal in most countries. With everything considered, I would consider hypnosis as just another method among many others.


To conclude, hypnosis can be used to help people across the world in many different ways. Many people are using hypnosis to improve their lives and bring changes that they desire. For example, many people use hypnosis to lose weight, overcome phobias, control their emotions and increase their self confidence.

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