Does Hypnosis Work?
Are you skeptical on whether hypnosis actually works? If so, you can rest assured that the answer is an emphatic Yes!
In addition to large amount of research that states the effectiveness of hypnotherapy, a number of well-known renowned organizations fully endorse hypnosis as being effective in a number of areas. In fact, the British Medical Association endorsed hypnotherapy as being “frequently effective in relieving pain, procuring sleep, and alleviating many functional ailments.” In 1955, the British Medical Association’s Psychological Medicine Group again questioned the effectiveness of hypnosis and confirmed the findings from 1892. Furthermore, in 2001, the British Psychological Association noted that hypnosis may be beneficial in the “management and treatment of a wide range of conditions and problems encountered in the practice of medicine, psychiatry and psychotherapy.”
However, Britain isn’t the only country buying into hypnosis. In 1958, the American Medical Association release a report which noted that “Hypnosis has a recognized place” as a “useful technique in the treatment of certain illnesses when employed by qualified medical and dental personnel.” As a result, the report recognized hypnotherapy as an orthodox (i.e. normal) medical treatment. In addition, the American Psychological Association has endorsed hypnotherapy, confirming its effectiveness.
So, the experts have noted hypnosis as an effective method of relief for a number of different issues. What’s stopping you? If you are looking for an effective method to relieve pain, stop smoking, manage anxiety and stress or any number of issues, hypnosis may be your answer!