Through these new techniques, I have learned to deal with stress well. Through meditation I realized that I can truly relax in an amazing way. It especially helps get in touch with your body. Just being in a quiet, secluded area, trying to “stretch it all out” and get over all the stressed helped dramatically. It was a new technique that was very easy and relaxing.
By the use of a prepared PMR the therapist using a certain tone to their voice and a delivery of speech that is slow and reassuring, the patient will start to feel very relaxed to eventually falling into a state of hypnosis or hypnotic trance. The way in which a PMR works is making the patient more aware of their bodily functions for example their breathing. With the use of the correct technique the patient will experience more laboured and controlled breathing. They may also become aware of a slower heart rate. At the point of delivery the therapist will ask the patient to find a position that they feel comfortable in, this could be seated or lying down.
Learners are often called upon to make small, subtle movements to improve their alignment. Over time, this will increase learners’ level of comfort in their own body. This can lead to improved posture and greater self-confidence. It makes the body more flexible and helps learners relax even in the midst of a stress stricken environment. The most important benefit of yoga is physical and mental therapy.
Personalised inductions come in many forms and these vary depending on what works best for your client. As stated in Hypnosis for Change it is however vital that the induction brings about the complete relaxation of body and mind. A personalised induction is effective because every person is an individual in their personality, values, beliefs, inner feelings and outlook on life, therefore our induction should cater to our client’s personal needs in order to make the client feel comfortable within an environment of choice and a feeling of safety. One of the ways that we can ascertain the best way to talk to our clients is to establish our client’s modalities. When referring to modalities we are actually talking about our primary senses such as sight, hearing, feeling, smell and taste and are often classed as secondary senses.
Attending a hypnosis session for the first time can be a scary thing because of all the mythology that a person probably has about hypnosis. Therefor this style is nurturing and is about giving a person choice by using words that are caring. For example, you might say to a person “You may or may not begin to notice that you’re breathing is beginning to relax”, or “you could make yourself as comfortable as possible”. These simple sentences are offering the client choice and making them feel in control and they will not feel a threat and there might not be implications to the conscious mind of the
Our muscles are in a state of constant tension, total contraction, seemingly having forgotten how to relax themselves. Hypnotherapy can help to retrain these muscles by bringing about a state of deep relaxation in the subject through the use of a PMR. Relaxation through hypnotherapy is also used to help with many medical conditions such as asthma and chronic hyperventilation, where the use of these techniques can help reduce the severity of the attacks, and a range of other ailments including: angina, high blood pressure, migraine, tinnitus and some skin and gastrointestinal
Having less oxygen in the bloodstream could cause the organs in your body to stop working which can lead to death. Taking breaks during exercising is necessary. As rates in your body increase a process called negative feedback is put into place. During negative feedback the effectors and receptors in our body come together making sure that our body system is at a steady state. Relaxing after exercising is extremely important, homeostatic mechanisms help to bring the body back to its original state.
Name: Sarah Page Course Code: READI1S 12 Tutor: Robert Whittington ……..Words “What is Hypnosis?” Describe the psychological and physical aspects of hypnosis and discuss the role of relaxation in hypnotherapy. The essay will firstly attempt to explain briefly what is hypnosis and then look at more depth into what the psychological and physical aspects of hypnosis look like and finish with a discussion of the role of relaxation in hypnotherapy. Hypnosis is a state of mind brought about by the use of a set of techniques. It is not a strange or mysterious phemominon which many may believe before they understand or study hypnosis. Every human has been in a hypnotic state many times in their lives for example when driving a car and not actually remembering how you arrived at your destination or daydreaming.
Some thoughts and behaviors may cause a person some discomfort and are suppressed into the unconscious as not to cause anxious feels when they are recalled to the conscious mind. We try not to dwell on thought that cause us anxiety or discomfort so we try to put unhealthy thoughts somewhere where we do not have to think about them. The conscious mind is where we are now. Awake, alert and communicating with others and we are aware of what we are doing and why. The two types of consciousness our text discusses; are the perceptual consciousness and the mental structure of our brain.
Of course the serotonin production is not rapid enough to induce sleep, but the music allows it to release the neurotoxin at a rate that will relax an individual enough to activate a sense of wonder similar to those a person experiences in dreams. As the progression carries on and the pace picks up, lead