Some aspects of the use of Hypnotherapy and Dehypnosis for the remission of psychosomatic diseases
Currently, hypnosis is regaining its popularity as personalized and holistic medicine without any drugs, injections, or side effects. Clinical practice benefits from the knowledge of hypnosis, and hypnotherapy can be a useful complementary therapy in the treatment of psychosomatic disorders. Treatment of psychosomatic disorders addresses causes such as conflict, stress, and traumatic experiences and is based on psychotherapeutic techniques. This article examines the treatment of migraines, asthma, and gastrointestinal disorders with hypnotic methods. Further, the effectiveness of psychotherapeutic programs based on hypnotic techniques for reducing the debilitating effects of psychosomatic disorders is evaluated. Trying to help a patient with hypnosis as a way of changing physically existent pathological networks as enclosed dysfunctional systems is discussed. The presence of a hypnotic state in a subject when any negative emotion experienced is pointed out as a hypnotic phenomenon. It is suggested that to eliminate the dysfunctional neuronal system the removal of negative emotions that give such system energy to function is required to put the psychosomatic disease into remission.
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