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    Hypnotherapy for Trauma

    Hypnotherapy provides controlled access to memories that may otherwise be kept out of consciousness.

     Most people will experience trauma in their lifetime whether it’s a car accident, abuse or neglect, the sudden death of a loved one, a violent criminal act, exposure to the violence of war, or a natural disaster.

    Hypnotherapy dissociate traumatic memories with positive restructuring of those memories.

    While many people can recover from trauma over time with the love and support of family and friends and bounce back with resiliency, others may discover effects of lasting trauma, which can cause a person to live with deep emotional pain, fear, confusion, or posttraumatic stress far after the event has passed.

    Hypnotherapy can help patients face and bear a traumatic experience by embedding it in a new context, acknowledging helplessness during the event, and yet linking that experience with renormalizing memories such as efforts at self-protection, shared affection with friends who were injured, or the ability to control the environment at other times. Because the use of visualization the brain can use feelings and emotions produce by the body to restore sanity

    Trauma Symptoms

    According to the four types of symptoms listed in the DSM-5

    Avoidance Symptoms

    • Avoiding specific locations, sights, situations, and sounds that serve as reminders of the event
    • Anxiety, depression, numbness, or guilt

    Re-experiencing Symptoms

    • Intrusive thoughts, nightmares or flashbacks

    Hyperarousal Symptoms

    • Anger, irritability.

    Negative Mood and Cognition Symptoms

    All , Depression, Lack of Confidence, Anxiety, Procrastination, Lack of Self Esteem, Stresses, Addictions come from some event or events in life which also affects the physical body.

    The International Journal of Clinical Hypnosis and Experimental Hypnosis: Have done successful Hypnosis Interventions for chronic pain management in cancer survivors.( Lynda H. Eaton, Susan L. Beck & Mark P. Jensen Pages 422-440 | 25 May 2020 Published 26 July 2021