Hypnosis is a very strong form of psychotherapy. It has been studied in regard to its effectiveness at helping those who are suffering from many different types of eating disorders as well as a variety of other conditions. During a hypnotherapy session, a hypnotherapist will assist you in experiencing hypnosis.
This science has even been proven to act directly in a few areas on the brain, also helping facilitate physical and/or emotional healing within the individual client. Many people seek out this treatment because they prefer noninvasive treatment methods over harsh, invasive, or otherwise stressful and risky procedures.
If you need psychological, emotional, or physical healing, you may want to consider seeking out a hypnotherapy session. Just about anyone dealing with an eating disorder can benefit from hypnosis.
If you do make the decision to experience hypnosis, you may be pleasantly surprised by how effective the treatment can be at helping you overcome the eating disorder. In the past, hypnosis has shown to have a positive impact on eating disorders like:
• Anorexia nervosa
• Binge eating disorder
You might find that hypnotherapy is just what you need to finally gain control over your health. With hypnosis, you may be able to improve your health, emotional state, and overall sense of well-being.
Eating disorders such as anorexia nervosa and bulimia can weaken your immune system and wreak havoc on your health. Hypnotherapy can help you break out of any harmful habits that are slowing you down and hindering your personal progress toward a healthier you.
Hypnotherapy can help you reduce overeating because it is all about self-improvement and self-advancement. It is safe and non-invasive and yields long-lasting results. You may be able to move forward and recover with hypnosis.
The hypnotic state improves individual well-being by heightening your focus and your mental clarity. Focusing on the positive aspects of your life can help you finally move past the eating disorder so that you can concentrate on becoming healthy.
Eating disorders are inherently stressful because your entire life centers around food, making it hard to focus on anything else going on in your life. In addition, some eating disorders such as rumination or avoidant food intake disorder, can result in malnutrition and health issues.
Hypnosis can make you feel calm as it dissolves your stress and puts you into an ultimate state of relaxation. Being relaxed, you might find yourself more open to change, and you can release any detrimental thoughts or feelings that may be driving the eating disorder.
Talk therapy goes through different names. It can be called psychotherapy or counseling. Various mental health professionals provide talk therapy: psychologists, psychiatrists, social workers, counselors, and other therapists.
The various forms of talk therapy incorporate talking and teaching coping mechanisms. The therapy provider will provide additional exercises to complete between sessions. For example, a client can keep a journal, start noticing thoughts and practice coping tools.
Hypnotherapy is a fast therapy, and clinical hypnosis focuses on leveraging the subconscious mind to learn better-coping mechanisms. Not only can hypnosis help with disordered eating, but it can also help a person regain self-esteem.
For example, during bulimia hypnosis therapy, the client can reframe their relationship with food and let go of perfectionism. By gaining a more truthful body image and feeling good enough, they can control food cravings better. In addition, in the case of slightly overweight people, losing weight can become more manageable with hypnosis treatment.
The Renewed Edge Wellness Centre provides clinical hypnosis sessions and teaches the NGH-approved hypnotherapy certification. Its team of counsellors, psychologists and hypnotherapists are passionate about renewing your relationship with food, using many methods such as hypnotherapy, EMDR, and counselling.
Our qualified hypnotherapist can guide you through a series of sessions until you have reached your desired state of mind and have overcome the eating disorder. There is hope. Please contact us at Renewed Edge today to learn more about how we can help you.