Hypnotherapy FAQ

Hypnotherapy FAQ

What is Hypnotherapy?

Let’s talk about Hypnosis first. Hypnosis is a state of deep relaxation. Another way to think about is imagining if you have been walking through a forest, and suddenly you get to the end of the path you were walking on. You don’t have any idea where the time went and how fast your walk seemed.

This is what we call a natural entrancing state when you are in this state of mind, you are not totally aware of the things around you and become more open to suggestions through Hypnosis.

What can Hypnotherapy help me with?

Hypnotherapy can be used to treat:

  • Panic Attacks
    Weight Loss
    Public Speaking
    Relationship Issues
    Stop Smoking
    Sleep Disorders
  • Anxiety
    Nail Biting
    Labour Pains
    Exam fears
    Bereavement Therapy
    Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)


Overcoming these obstacles, help you to live a happier existence and allow you to move forward both mentally and physically.

Is Clinical Hypnotherapy harmful?

Hypnotherapy is not in any way harmful, but it is totally normal to be nervous about having your first treatment.

Can a Hypnotherapist make me do something that is embarrassing?

A Hypnotherapist cannot make you do anything against your wishes. It is important to remember that you are in control all the time. It is your choice to enter a hypnotic state, and you can always leave it at any point which you choose.

Purethoughts Hypnotherapy is based in Buxton, Derbyshire and works with customers from South Yorkshire and Staffordshire. We are also close to Wheston, Hargatewall, Blackwell, Taddington, Sheldon, Bakewell, Baslow and Bradwell.



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