Hypnotherapy is a method of therapy with hypnosis. Hypnosis, on the other hand, is to turn someone to sleep for a certain period of time by means of words, views, and suggestions. However, hypnotic sleep and natural sleep are different. While hypnotic sleep is a type of sleep that can react to an external stimulus, this is not the case in natural sleep. When the hypnotist breaks with the client, the person can go to natural sleep or wake up. In other words, hypnosis is a kind of conscious sleep order.
One of the main drawbacks of this method is that the therapist can make the person do what he wants during hypnosis. The person has the ability to resist the actions he has done or said to be done during hypnosis. Even if this situation is forced, one can wake up from hypnosis with the resistance of not performing this action. In other words, hypnosis is not a completely defenseless moment for a person, but also a plane in which he can make his own decisions and hide things he doesn’t want to talk about.
Hypnosis is not a magic wand that can do miracles on its own. Hypnosis is beneficial only when it is used by experts with background in combination with other psychological theories, methods and techniques. The name given to the use of hypnosis in this way is “Hypnotherapy”. Anyone can do hypnosis, but hypnotherapy is a specialty and requires skill. We can explain the difference between hypnosis and hypnotherapy with an example: To perform a brain surgery, first you need to open the skull and reach the brain. Here we can compare hypnosis to opening the skull and hypnotherapy to other interventions to the brain. From this analogy, the main thing here is not to open the skull (hypnosis), but to intervene in the brain after opening the skull (hypnotherapy).
This method is mostly used in the treatment of mental disorders and provides serious success. Problems such as speech disorders, depression, stress, excessive alcohol and smoking can be studied with hypnotherapy. In addition, hypnotherapy can be used in the treatment of obesity. A serious training and background is required for the hypnotherapist. Busra Danisman is an experienced expert in this regard.
Hypnotherapy may be a reasonable option if you are experiencing a psychological disorder and do not know where to start or how to begin. Hypnotherapy is one of the most ideal treatment methods for dreams, prolonged depression, unexplained anxiety for years. However, for successful hypnotherapy, one has to be ready to go back to his / her own self and to face his / her past. Only in this way can hypnotherapy achieve real success.