Menopause is a stressful and exhausting time for most women, but there are many natural ways to manage the symptoms of menopause. One of the most popular, relaxing ways is to use hypnosis for menopause.

Hypnotherapy (hypnosis used for therapy) can be traced back to ancient Egyptian and Greek times. However, the earliest mentions of its use are found in the writings of Hippocrates (400 BC), who prescribed it for headaches, epilepsy, and other disorders.

The goal of hypnosis for menopause is to help reduce the intensity of hot flashes, night sweats, mood swings, stress, anxiety and many other symptoms that come with this life transition. It also helps women who are going through menopause feel more in control of their lives again.

Therapeutic hypnosis can be broken down into two different types: self-hypnosis or hypnotherapy. Self-hypnosis requires the person to do all the work themselves. Hypnotherapy requires a qualified, experienced hypnotherapist to lead the client through their experience.

Can hypnosis help with menopause?

Hypnosis for menopause is a natural and effective way to control symptoms such as hot flashes, night sweats, mood swings, anxiety, stress and insomnia. Hypnosis is an excellent alternative to hormone replacement therapy because it’s not invasive and has no side effects.

Hypnosis For Menopause

Hypnosis for menopause can be used in conjunction with other treatments or on its own. The goal of hypnotherapy is to help the client feel more relaxed and confident while they go about their day-to-day life.

Menopause can be an emotional experience, and it’s essential to know the symptoms of menopause so that you can get the help you need. Hypnotherapy can help you with:

  • Hot flashes
  • Mood swings
  • Insomnia
  • Irritability
  • Anxiety
  • Stress
  • Brain fog
  • Insomnia
  • Etc

Hypnotherapy is highly effective in the treatment of the symptoms of menopause

Hypnotherapy also benefits post-menopausal women looking to manage their weight or their moods. Sessions can either take place in person or over Zoom and are usually one-to-one and are around one and a half hours long.

The onset of menopause is one of a woman’s most challenging life experiences. The symptoms can be debilitating and can lead to depression and anxiety. Hypnotherapy can help by providing a different way to cope with the physical and emotional symptoms associated with menopause.

Hypnotherapy is used to help patients relax and access their subconscious to work on various psychological, behavioural, and physical problems. The hypnotherapist guides the patient through a series of suggestions enabling the person to enter into a trance-like state. This state helps them feel more relaxed and focused on what they are being told.

Hypnotherapy is a process in which the therapist talks directly to the patient, often using techniques such as guided imagery and positive suggestion to influence how they think, feel, and behave. This enables them to naturally relieve the unwanted conditions they’ve been experiencing. Hypnosis is an altered state of consciousness where a person is more receptive to suggestion.

There are many ways people can relieve anxiety, including hypnotherapy. Hypnotherapy uses the power of suggestion and guided imagery to help people naturally overcome their fears. Hypnotherapy is a potent tool that can help with anxiety. It can help people who are suffering from panic attacks and those who are experiencing other types of anxiety or stress.

More women are using hypnosis for menopause

The use of hypnotherapy is on the rise as a treatment for anxiety. It’s not a new technique, but is becoming more popular as people become more aware of its benefits.

Hypnotherapy should always be tailored to suit each individual’s needs. The client should be given a full consultation before their hypnotherapy session. Sessions should be live with a fully qualified and experienced hypnotherapist rather than a generic recording downloaded from the Internet. Worryingly, these recordings may not have been recorded by a qualified hypnotherapist and will not be personalised for the purchaser.

What does hypnosis feel like?

How does hypnosis feel is a question that many people ask themselves before they’re hypnotised for the first time. Hypnosis is a heightened state of mind in which the client experiences deep relaxation, heightened awareness, and increased suggestibility. In a word, it feels blissful!

Your hypnotherapist guides you into the hypnotic state, and some people experience hypnosis as a feeling of being in another world. For others, it feels like daydreaming or drifting off to sleep. But, for most people, hypnosis is a state of deep, blissful relaxation. It feels like daydreaming or being in a meditative state.

The feeling of hypnosis is different for each person, but there are some things that most people experience when they are hypnotised. These include:

  • Feeling relaxed
  • Feeling focused
  • Feeling safe
  • Feeling calm

Hypnosis feels good. It feels safe and secure. It feels like a wonderful break from the world and all of its challenges.

Some people find they can’t remember what happened during their hypnotherapy session. However, the subconscious mind still takes in all of the beneficial suggestions given during their session.

If hypnosis for menopause sounds like it would help you, simply contact me to discuss how menopause is impacting your life, and what can be done about it.

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Lynda Scrivener