If you are someone that is currently experiencing anxiety, panic attacks, nightmares, or physical symptoms like headaches or back pain, you may have some unreleased trauma that is holding you back and trying to release in a physical way. Many people are quite surprised to learn that these types of symptoms actually may stem from a deep seated cause that the sufferer is totally unaware of. When traumatic things happen to us, there can sometimes be disassociation that occurs in which victims will completely block out the event, sometimes to the point of a complete memory loss. When this happens, the victim will just go on with their life, until one day, possibly many years later, symptoms will arise like panic, anxiety, and headaches. Read the rest of this entry »
Hypnotherapy has been used to treat various medical conditions for many years. It was first developed in the 19th century and has been used ever since. One popular use of hypnotherapy is during pregnancy and childbirth. Many women have found relief from the pain and discomfort of pregnancy by using hypnotherapy. The technique was first used in the 1930s and 1940s by British doctors such as Grantly Dick-Read and Jacqueline Vincent Priya. Ever since, it has been offered as a standard option in many hospitals for women who are hoping to find relief from pain without having to resort to the use of prescription painkillers or invasive techniques such as an epidural.
Hypnotherapy can also be used after childbirth to provide treatment for postpartum depression. Read the rest of this entry »