HYPNOTHERAPY AND DEPRESSION

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Depression is a mental disorder that is characterized by feelings of sadness, emptiness, hopelessness and irritability.

The most common causes of depression are genetics, brain chemistry, stressful life events and difficult personal relationships. Depression also has many side effects such as weight gain or loss, trouble sleeping, fatigue and lack of interest in activities that were once pleasurable.

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“New neuron pathways are created with positive hypnotic suggestions”

Depression is a mood disorder that can be caused by a variety of factors.

Depression is characterized by an overwhelming sense of sadness, hopelessness, and despair. It can also include feelings of worthlessness or guilt, irritability or anger, loss of interest in things one used to enjoy, changes in appetite or sleep patterns and thoughts of death or suicide.

It can be caused by a variety of factors such as genetics, brain chemistry, life events and childhood trauma. It is also more common in women than men and it usually starts during adolescence.

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Fanis Makrigiannis | Certified Hypnotherapist | Master Practitioner Neuro-linguistic Programming | American Board of Hypnotherapists

Hypnosis is a form of therapy that uses guided relaxation and visualization to create a state of deep concentration or sleep.

It has been used to help with many different types of mental illnesses, including depression.

The goal of hypnotherapy for depression is to help the patient relax and reduce the symptoms of depression. It can also be used as a treatment for chronic pain management and addiction recovery.

Hypnotherapy for depression is a therapy that uses hypnosis to change the way people think and behave. It encourages the person to change their negative thoughts and behaviours and replace them with more positive ones.

Hypnotherapy is not a new form of treatment; it’s been around for over 200 years. The first mention of it was in 1841 by an English physician, James Braid (1795-1860).

The most common form of hypnotherapy that is used for depression is called Cognitive Hypnotherapy. This type of therapy helps people understand how their thoughts affect their moods, behaviours, and emotions. To find Hypnotherapy near me, please click on this link to speak with Fanis Makrigiannis of Mind Spirit Body Hypnosis.

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