Hypnotherapy North Shields and surrounding areas

Hypnotherapy North Shields, South Shields, Tyne and Wear, Northumberland, and county Durham

All issues helped with just one easy and affordable session, don’t be fooled into multiple sessions by poorly qualified or unscrupulous therapists.

Dr David Postlethwaite – 30+ years’ experience – degree qualified!

Tel. 0191 440 8649 or

Mobile 07596 673 310

Looking for Hypnotherapy North Shields and surrounding areas from my Gateshead Consulting rooms.

6 Surprising Health Benefits Of Hypnosis

I offer full and professional Hypnotherapy North Shields. In the movies, hypnosis is often portrayed as a control tactic — to get people to commit crimes or fall in love, for instance. Hypnotists are often also seen as wacky magicians who put people on stage and get them to bark when they hear the word “dog.”

The way hypnosis is shown in the media may make it seem like it’s just for fun, but there’s more to hypnosis than its entertainment factor. In fact, here at hypnotherapy North Shields and surrounding areas hypnosis can benefit your health and well-being.

Hypnosis usually includes suggestions for relaxation, calmness, and overall well-being, which may last just during the session but can sometimes be reactivated later by the patient. Here at Hypnotherapy  North Shields and surrounding areas my approach involves instructions to think about pleasant experiences or verbal cues to draw you into a trance-like state.

Hypnotherapy — which is the form of therapy that uses hypnosis can benefit your health in a variety of ways. Here are six common health issues with which Hypnotherapy in North Shields and surrounding areas can help with:

  1. Trouble Sleeping, Insomnia, and Sleepwalking

Hypnosis may be a helpful tool if you sleepwalk or struggle with falling and staying asleep. If you have insomnia, hypnosis can relax you enough to get you to sleep more easily.

If you’re a sleepwalker, hypnosis can also train you to wake up when you feel your feet hit the floor and help you avoid sleepwalking escapades.

And if you just want to sleep a little better, hypnosis can help with that, too. Learning self-hypnosis techniques can increase the amount of time you sleep, and the amount of time spent in deep sleep — the type of sleep you need to wake up feeling refreshed.

How it works: Verbal cues put you in a trance-like state, similar to how it feels when you’re so involved in a book or movie that you don’t notice what’s going on around you. After hypnosis — or even during — you’ll fall asleep.

  1. Anxiety

Relaxation techniques — including hypnosis — can sometimes ease anxiety. Hypnosis tends to be more effective in people whose anxiety stems from a chronic health condition — such as heart disease — rather than from a generalized anxiety disorder.

Hypnosis may also be able to help if you struggle with a phobia — a type of anxiety disorder where you are intensely fearful of something that does not pose a significant threat.

How it works: Hypnosis works to help anxiety by encouraging your body to activate its natural relaxation response through the use of a phrase or nonverbal cue, slowing breathing, lowering blood pressure, and instilling an overall sense of well-being.

  1. Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) Symptoms

The effectiveness of hypnosis on IBS has been consistently supported by clinical studies. IBS is abdominal pain created by your bowels, and hypnosis can help improve symptoms such as constipation, diarrhoea, and bloating.

  1. Chronic Pain

Hypnosis can help with pain — like what’s experienced after surgery or from migraines or tension headaches. And it can help with chronic pain, too. People with pain related to conditions like arthritis, cancer, sickle cell disease, and fibromyalgia, — as well as people who have lower-back pain — may experience relief from hypnosis.

How it works: Hypnosis can help you cope with pain and gain more self-control over your pain. Additionally, studies indicate that hypnosis can do this effectively for long periods of time.

  1. Quitting Smoking

While the research is still out, many people have found that hypnosis has helped them kick the smoking habit.

Hypnosis for smoking cessation works best if you work one-on-one with a hypnotherapist who can customize the hypnosis sessions to match your lifestyle.

How it works: For hypnosis to work for smoking cessation, you need to truly want to quit smoking. Hypnosis can work in two ways. The first is to help you find a healthy, effective replacement action, and then guide your subconscious toward that habit, rather than smoking. This could be something like chewing a piece of gum or taking a walk. The second is to train your mind to associate smoking with undesirable feelings like a bad taste in your mouth or a foul odour from smoke.

  1. Weight Loss

As with smoking cessation, there aren’t many studies yet that can confirm the effectiveness of hypnosis on weight loss, though some studies have found modest weight loss — about 2 pounds per week – through hypnosis. It is usually most helpful when hypnotherapy is used in combination with diet and exercise changes.

How it works: When you are hypnotized, your attention is highly focused. This makes you more likely to listen and respond to suggestions for behaviour changes, such as eating a healthy diet or getting more exercise, which could help you lose weight.

All issues can be easily helped using just one session, visit me in my Gateshead consulting room only £95 absolutely no hidden extra charges.

For anyone that lives to far away to visit me or has a very limited budget I do offer all my therapies as instant electronic downloads at only £24.95 each. For more information click here.

Dr David Postlethwaite is a full member of the International Hypnotherapy Association. 

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