But what hypnosis is and how effective?

There are many definitions of hypnosis as hypnotists. Researchers and doctors have different requirements for explanations of hypnosis, so the focus of theories from these respective fields can vary greatly.

In medicine, hypnosis is to place a patient in a high state of relaxation during which the patient is more open to suggestions. The patient is asleep or unconscious, and does not lose control of their actions. People do not become a puppet in the hands of the hypnotist and, therefore, will not absurdities even asked. Hypnosis involves using the subject's mind and thoughts to help you feel better.

During a hypnosis session, there is an extended initial suggestion for using one's imagination and reaches a state of trance. Actually almost all came in and out of a hypnotic trance every day, just to remember some activity in which we are completely absorbed, like studying or watching a sunset.

In this state, changes in the brain that make us more able to alter our perceptions as well, a therapist may ask the patient to change the location, intensity or quality of their perception of pain.

For Kate, she says a source close to dads to OK!, Hypnosis is trying to "eliminate negative thoughts related to food derived from hyperemesis and replace cravings for healthy and nutritious food."

Different studies suggest that hypnosis can reduce stress and anxiety before surgery. Hypnosis is not magic only relieves symptoms by suggestion, but no cure.

Hypnosis can have side effects. although rare, such as headache, nausea and anxiety. The use of hypnosis in patients with certain mental or help some patients to relive past situations of his life, still generate some controversy as they could create false memories.

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