The definitions of hypnosis may vary. The American Psychological Association defines it as a therapeutic technique designed to relax the participant and to focus his mind through a series of instructions. Hypnosis is carried out through cooperative interactions between the participant and the clinician. Now, many clinicians agree that hypnosis can have a powerful therapeutic effect, and this technique can be used for a huge range of psychological conditions like anxiety, pain, mood disorders, etc. Apart from this, hypnosis is so powerful that it can also help people change their habits like smoking, drinking, etc.
Effects of Hypnosis
The effects of hypnosis can vary dramatically from one person to another. While few people feel a sense of aloofness and relaxation,