General information about what hypnotherapy is, how it works, and who can benefit from hypnotherapy. And, more specific articles on some of the conditions hypnotherapy can help with; including some tools and techniques.

How does Hypnotherapy really work?


Hypnotherapy It easy enough to understand that hypnotherapy is talking therapy that uses hypnosis. However, what is hypnosis? Why use it? How does it actually work? When most people think about hypnosis they think of a hypnotist putting someone 'under' and making them do strange and wonderful things. Alternatively, maybe you think of [...]

How does Hypnotherapy really work?2022-03-27T13:45:12+01:00

Hypnotherapy for insomnia


Hypnotherapy for Insomnia Most people have experienced a disrupted sleep and will know how it feels when you can’t seem to fall asleep. A bad nights sleep can leave you feeling irritable and drained of energy the next day. However people who suffer from insomnia experience these feeling regularly. The compounded effect of struggling [...]

Hypnotherapy for insomnia2022-04-25T15:35:18+01:00

Can hypnotherapy help me to stop procrastinating?


Hypnotherapy for Procrastination Most people experience pulling things off. From getting out of bed in the morning, to studying for exams, tidying up, updating a C.V. It can be the smaller more mundane things, or life changing tasks. Procrastinating means we underachieve, miss opportunities, and waste time. Imagine how your life could be [...]

Can hypnotherapy help me to stop procrastinating?2022-04-25T15:37:48+01:00

Hypnotherapy for exam stress


Hypnotherapy for Exam Stress Exams are used a great deal to measure a person's ability. Children during the last year of primary in England sit their national curriculum tests, often known as Sats. Like them or hate them exams are part of life, school exams, college exams, university exams, passing a driving test etc. [...]

Hypnotherapy for exam stress2022-04-25T15:38:53+01:00



Trichotillomania Trichotillomania (TTM), also known as trich, is when someone can't resist the urge to pull out their hair. It is an impulse control disorder. It is estimated to affect one to four percent of people. More common in teenagers and young adults it tends to affect girls more often than boys. People with [...]


Bruxism – Involuntary habitual grinding of the teeth


Bruxism Bruxism is when someone grinds their teeth together or clenches their jaw. Most people who suffer from bruxism are unaware that they are doing it. This can be because there are no symptoms, or because the symptoms are not associated with a clenching and grinding problem.  It often happens while concentrating, under stress [...]

Bruxism – Involuntary habitual grinding of the teeth2022-04-25T15:41:47+01:00

Orthorexia Nervosa – fixation on righteous eating


Orthorexia Nervosa Orthorexia nervosa is a term which literally means “fixation on righteous eating.” Orthorexia starts out as an innocent attempt to eat more healthfully, but orthorexics become fixated on food quality and purity. They become consumed with what and how much to eat. A person with orthorexia will be obsessed with defining [...]

Orthorexia Nervosa – fixation on righteous eating2022-04-25T15:42:22+01:00

What to expect from hypnotherapy


What to expect from hypnotherapy Hypnosis has a lot of mystery surrounding it. In no small part due to entertainment and media misinformation. Most people have an idea about hypnosis but would admit they don’t really know. It can be confusing to know what to expect from hypnotherapy. Let just get rid of some [...]

What to expect from hypnotherapy2018-05-11T09:42:58+01:00

Intrusive Thoughts – How to stop OCD


Intrusive thoughts Intrusive thoughts happen. Nobody can control their own mind perfectly. As well as having a conscious stream of thoughts we also have thoughts that just happen. Thoughts that just seem to pop in all by themselves. Gut feelings, instinct, inspiring thoughts and eureka moments can be very useful. Not so useful [...]

Intrusive Thoughts – How to stop OCD2022-04-25T15:43:00+01:00

Why use hypnosis?


Hypnosis in therapy Hypnotherapy makes use of hypnosis. Because hypnosis brings many benefits to therapy. Although it is not the answer. That is you can not put someone in a hypnotic trance and just say, “No you will never feel anxious again”. It does provide a very useful tool to help resolve issues. [...]

Why use hypnosis?2022-04-26T14:08:58+01:00
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