Overcoming Depression with Hypnosis

Overcoming Depression with Hypnosis

Overcoming Depression with Hypnosis. Many patients have opted out of traditional medication that sometimes make them feel much worse than before. In order for you to decide whether or not you are depressed and what you can do about it, you first have to understand what depression is. If you find that you do feel overwhelmed by sadness for long periods of time, it may be time to seek expert advice.

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Types of Depression and Common Symptoms

Depression is classified into different types. The most common type is major depression also known as clinical depression. Other types are known as chronic depression or dysthymia, atypical depression and manic depression. Each depression type has its own identifiable symptoms, however the most common symptoms to watch out for are:

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Suicidal thoughts

Overwhelming sadness every day

Trouble getting out of bed

Manic/Bipolar behaviour

Overcoming Depression with Hypnosis

Depending on the severity of depression, many treatment options are available to deal with the types of depression and its unique symptoms. Hypnosis is a treatment method commonly used together with therapy and counseling. Hypnosis also known as hypnotherapy  is sometimes used as a guided relaxation technique that aids the person to focus on specific thoughts in a heightened state of awareness. It also helps the person to perceive situations differently, such as grief associated with the loss of a loved one.

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The therapist will be able to help the person focus his or her attentions to something they have chosen to ignore or not Overcoming Depression with Hypnosisdeal with. This focus is called a trance. Once a person is in this trance, their attention is guided to be aware of the memory and completely remove themselves from anything in their external surroundings. 

Trained therapists will use the treatment in two different methods.

Analysis

This method is used to  reveal or  attempt to find the root cause of a problem. The therapist will make the person relaxed and in intense concentration. The goal will be to make the person pinpoint a traumatic event that they have blocked out in their unconscious memory. Once the memory has been discovered, it will be addressed during therapy.

Suggestion Therapy

Overcoming Depression with HypnosisThis is a method that encourages the person to identify certain things in their memory they have neglected or are in denial of, through suggestion. This method helps them overcome an addiction or habit, by changing perceptions, when used in conjunction with a treatment plan.

The benefits of Hypnosis can improve many of the conditions associated with depression. Some of the success rates of hypnosis for the following conditions are:

Anxiety

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Overcoming Depression with Hypnosis

Post-traumatic stress

Phobias

Grief

Sleep disorders

Stress

It is important to remember that Hypnosis is not a mind control medium. It is less invasive than traditional and more established practices of medicine. Hypnotherapy must be performed by a licensed or certified professional, specifically trained in Hypnosis.

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15 Comments

  • Depression is so sad. It is horrible that anyone goes through depression at all. It is too bad that all depression cannot be combatted with just a big huge hug.

  • Maximilian Albee

    Reply Reply May 26, 2014

    There is much evidence into the side effects of anti-depressants, some of which are alarming. Hypnotherapy on the other hand, generally works or it doesn’t. I am unaware of side effects which are as deleterious as those of allopathic medication.

  • Sean A.

    Reply Reply May 28, 2014

    I would suggest this for those struggling with depression. The first time I listened to a hypnosis MP3 I was genuinely surprised by how relaxed I was and how much better I felt about myself, and that relaxation lasted throughout all evening. The more I listened to the audio the more positively I viewed myself and the world, which made me want to listen more so I could continue to improve myself.

  • Pierce

    Reply Reply May 28, 2014

    My husband and I are working on caring for our daughters whose been diagnosed with EDNOS. I was curious: Does hypnosis tend to work well across spectrum of eating disorders, Or does it work better for some than for others?

  • StanleyY89

    Reply Reply May 28, 2014

    I’ve dealt with some horrible depression back in the day. I tried hypnosis, but I’m not sure it’s for me. Then again I only did it twice, so maybe I didn’t give it a big enough try.

  • aandygroup

    Reply Reply May 29, 2014

    Depression is absolutely awful . I had a period of time full of bad things and it was horrible for me . Many of my friends advised me to visit a therapist but I did not want to and now I regret it because I know for sure that it would have been much easier for me to get over that situation . I advise anyone who has this kind of problem to visit a hypnotherapist for sure .

  • Scott

    Reply Reply May 30, 2014

    Is it possible for hypnosis to have a placebo effect?

  • Nathan Bowman

    Reply Reply June 1, 2014

    Overcoming depression is not an easy thing. I tried hypnosis in the past actually and it did help me a bit for a brief time. I was happy for quite a while, but it is a treatment one should do more often than once. I plan to get back into it because I felt very good for weeks after I got hypnotized.

  • Amy Hamilton

    Reply Reply June 8, 2014

    I’ve had my share of depression as a teen and adult. I tried therapy, which did not work. I tried getting out into the world to talk to people, learn about people and just get away from life, but that too didn’t work. I got over it by just accepting it and realizing that we’re all depressed at some time, we just have to make the best of our lives and hope for the good. I may consider hypnotherapy at some point, because it does sound very appealing, but I don’t know if I really need it. I feel like I’m actually starting to get into a good place. I feel good! 🙂

  • Yvonne

    Reply Reply June 9, 2014

    Juggling work and being a full time carer left me clinically depressed and on sick leave from work. My GP gave me anti depressants but I was told they would make me feel worse before I felt better. They did indeed make me feel worse and I felt suicidal. I needed to be strong and well to take care of my disabled son so I had a couple of hypnotherapy sessions. I immediately felt so much better and the ‘blackness’ lifted. I stopped the medication right away and although my life is far from perfect, the depression has never returned. I would certainly recommend hypnosis as a safe and effective form of therapy for depression.

  • Mark Pliskin

    Reply Reply June 12, 2014

    I could have use hypnosis for depression before. I have used therapy and other means of getting over my depression, but those things never helped. My wife was the reason my depression gone away, but I bet hypnosis could have helped me back in the day.

  • Greg Jackson

    Reply Reply June 13, 2014

    Depression occurs in so many, but the level of depression is different in everyone. I will admit I have been depressed in my life, but so have everyone else out there. There is horrible depression that some people suffer from, so I would welcome some sort of hypnosis to see if it helps. I like to think that every little bit counts for something.

  • Maggie West

    Reply Reply June 15, 2014

    As a teen I had suicidal thoughts, it was a very traumatic experience for me. I was bullied, hated life and feared people would hate me. I thankfully grew up and stopped believing I was a low-life person, or ugly or boring. I realized I had potential and I went and got to a place where I became content with life. Depression doesn’t run me anymore. I may not have had hypnotherapy or any other treatment, but I can respect ones choice of using hypnosis and I welcome it in fact.

  • Jeremy

    Reply Reply June 15, 2014

    I’m a bit bipolar myself, and have been for quite some time now. I’ve always wondered what the best way of curbing my anger all the time. I can be a jerk one day and a saint the next, so maybe I shall give this a try one of these days.

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