You have not succumbed to the media’s comical portrayal of this medically-recognized technique and understand its power to aid in reforming bad habits, relieve anxiety, improve sleep, aid in weight loss, enhance general well-being, etc. Really the benefits are endless.
Sometimes you can look in the mirror and not like what you see. And you may no longer feel like the energetic New Yorker that hustles effortlessly uptown for work then downtown for drinks that you once were. You used to be able to do several activities at once but these days, not only do you lack the energy, you lack the confidence—because you have gained weight.
When you hear that someone is a hypnotist, what comes to mind? Is it someone on a stage being overly dramatic, putting audience members in trance-like states and making them quack like a duck or bark like a dog? Maybe it is someone who makes people think they are walking on tightropes. Hypnosis can be for entertainment, but can also can be a powerful tool for creating change.
Not being able to ever seem to get a good night’s sleep can be very frustrating. However, it can also be a lot more than that, as sleep deprivation can actually be very bad for both your physical and your mental health. What many of those who struggle with insomnia do not realize however is that where counting sheep and warm milk at bedtime might not have helped them solve their problem a visit to a practitioner offering hypnosis in New York City may very well be the answer.