Hypnosis and Hypnotherapy.

Hypnotherapy is one of the oldest therapies, having been practiced since before the times of the ancient Greeks. More recently, in 1955, the British Medical Association endorsed the practice of hypnosis in Medical School education, since when it has become a valuable addition to conventional medical treatment.

Hypnotherapy is commonly used to:

Break unwanted habits such as smoking, alcohol abuse, drug abuse, bed wetting, nail biting, stuttering.
Provide relief and remission from breathing problems, stomach and nervous problems
Address skin problems and rashes
Relieve female problems such as period pain
Provide pain control for minor and sometimes even major surgery, dentistry, arthritic pain, and general neuromuscular aches and pains
Resolve phobias, compulsions, emotional problems, sleeping problems, inhibitions, guilt feelings, jealousy, stress and anxiety
Transform sexual problems such as premature ejaculation and frigidity
Boost creativity and imagination, self-confidence and esteem, allow a person to perform to their full potential.