Reasons against hypnosis
1) You may feel totally relaxed. Hypnosis is a totally natural state of relaxation. Many hypnotists will also give their clients a positive suggestion like “When you wake, you will feel totally relaxed, like you have just had an 8 hour sleep” at the end of the hypnotic session.
2) Speaking of sleep, many people have such stress and can’t shut off when they go to bed. They lay awake all night, or wake up during the night wondering how to pay the bills or how to deal with that customer tomorrow etc. Hypnosis can help you to deal with that stress and have a peaceful night’s sleep. You can’t consistently have restless nights without it affecting your performance. We all need a good night sleep to fire on all cylinders and to be on our top form.
3) You may overcome your fear of failure. How many people do you know who are forever saying I should do this and I should do that, but never do? They may be scared that if they try, and they failed, that people would laugh at them. We would never have traveled by airplane if people like the Wright brothers did not attempt to fly in the first place. We may never have had lights if Thomas Edison gave up and did not invent the light bulb. When a reporter asked Edison about the amount of times he had failed, Edison simply replied that he had not failed, but rather successfully found 10 000 ways not to make a light bulb. It is true that sometimes things may not go to plan the first time. It sure is a great feeling though when they do and you achieve success.
4) You could overcome the fear of success. There are probably as many people scared of success as there are people scared of failure. “Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure. It is our light, not our darkness that most frightens us.” Marianne Williamson. There are many, many people who are scared that if they succeed, their friends or family will shun them. “What will they think? Will they think I am trying to rise above my station in life?” You deserve to be the best you can be. Stop living in the shadows.
5) Stop self mutilation. Whether that is hair pulling or any other form of self harming. There are often underlying issues that cause a person to self harm and with the help of hypnosis the client can deal with those “reasons”, help with a new coping strategy and help you live a happier, healthier life.
6) You may have no more excuses for doing public speaking or standing up in front of a crowd. Did you know that more people are scared of public speaking than they are of dying? That is startling when you think that we speak to other people all the time and with the help of hypnosis you can easily and confidently stand up in front of your peers. Many people have found they can do that business presentation, best man speech, or any other form of public speaking event that they were so afraid of.
7) Help you with that weight you have been meaning to lose. One reason so many diets only work for a short time and so many people pick up more weight than before they started, is that they did not deal with the root cause of them getting over weight. Hypnosis could help you to shift those pounds and to keep them off. You could have that body you want.
8) You could finally stop smoking. This New Years Eve there will again be millions of people who will make a resolution to stop smoking and by the end of January; most of them will be back with a cigarette in hand. Hypnosis could help clients to stop smoking. Smoking is an addiction and like other addictions, hypnosis can help you to overcome the urge to smoke.
9) Be free from having that phobia that has been you back. Who do you know who would like to go on that overseas holiday of a life time, but has a fear of flying? How many people are there that have a fear of snakes or spiders or other any other phobias? Phobias are debilitating and they give power to an irrational fear, which could be over come in one session of hypnosis. Take control of your life and be free of phobias.
10) Did you know that Anger has been suggested to be a contributor factor to the big C word? Cancer. We all have those times when somebody or something makes us so angry. …
Reasons against hypnosis
Many people can be wracked with anxiety when realizing that it is time for their next dental appointment. Being afraid of the dentist is actually one of the most common fears for average people. Overcoming this fear can be a rewarding experience because having a healthy smile can translate into many ancillary benefits. There are many reasons to not be afraid of dental work based on today’s advances in dentistry. Whether seeking out a teeth cleaning or a more involved procedure, these 5 reasons should help make your trip to the dentist a more positive experience.
Dentists are Trained Professionals – Always keep in mind that your oral care provider has dedicated a considerable portion of their adult life to becoming a dentist. Their reputation hinges on providing quality care and therefore they will perform at the peak of their ability to tend to a patient’s needs. Also, the dentist is a human too, and if warned, will usually be more than willing to do whatever possible to ease a patient’s mind.
Dentists Use the Latest Technology – Most people’s minds go harking back to the horror movies seen as a child where the dentist has sharp menacing tools to inflict pain. This is usually not the case in today’s world of dentistry and most oral care providers pride themselves on using the latest technology and procedures to not only be less invasive, but also to put their patients at ease as much as possible. There are a myriad of new technologies that accomplish these goals, such as devices that even eliminate the need of the always fear-inducing drill.
Sedation Dentistry – Many dentists are very much aware of the fact that people tend to fear them more than other professionals. With the invention and advancements of sedation dentistry, this fear can be a thing of the past. Current pharmacology allows dentists to relax the patient, reduce the gag reflex, leave little memory of the procedure, and increase comfort. Most people are able to take advantage of this process and it can be exactly what is needed to get over the fear of undergoing dental procedures.
Alleviate Pain – Many oral problems can cause quite a bit of pain. Cavities, impacted wisdom teeth, gingivitis, and other common issues can range from uncomfortable to extremely painful. Seeing a dentist is almost always easier than living with the pain of these preventable issues. Usually, when patients are able to get over the fear of seeing a dentist and have these issues resolved, they regret not having the procedures sooner, because of the sense of relief from removing that pain from their life.
Calming Atmospheres – Most dentists are completely aware of the stigma that follows the profession of being scary or having an uninviting atmosphere to their offices. Most dentists combat that by doing all that they can to provide a calming and inviting place to come and get dental work done. Many dentists offer televisions, calming music, and other amenities to help placate the scared patients.
The key to overcoming the fear of having dental work done is to not only listen to this advice, but also find a dentist that fits your needs. Go to a dentist and start with something simple like a teeth cleaning to try and get a sense if that practice is the right place to get further procedures done.…