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  • Hypnosis - How does it feel? How does it work?

    Some persons can feel a tad nervous before they have their first meeting and session - even though they do not need to. That´s why I want to describe the usual procedure when someone visits me at First of all - what does hypnosis feel like? Hypnosis usually feel like when you're daydreaming, or just before you fall asleep, or simply wonderfully relaxed and focused. It occurs multiple times daily without you even noticing. In other words, it's very pleasant. When you're in a relaxed state, hypnosis, you're not asleep. Instead, you're comfortably relaxed and at the same time, very alert to what's happening around you. This is because you're tapping into your subconscious mind, which is more powerful. Swapping your conscious mind to your subconscious mind. An example is when you're watching TV and you start to doze off a bit. You hear everything around you, maybe wishing people nearby would speak a bit softer, perhaps wanting a blanket... the ultimate relaxation, right before falling asleep. That's how simple it is, and that's how wonderful it feels. What happens during our first meeting? We start by filling out a form where I jot down some background information and what changes you'd like to see. Preferably you have already prioritised what you would like to change. I briefly explain how hypnosis works, and perhaps you might want a demonstration. We do a few exercises to identify the words your senses prefer. There's no right or wrong, just what suits you the best. Now, it's time for some relaxation... I usually start by demonstrating deep breathing techniques (you can read about how to do this on my blog), then we begin focusing on what you wish to address. Once everything's done, some people feel energized, while others are cozily relaxed. We'll take a few minutes in case you have any questions, and I usually suggest you drink some water. Ideally, try not to overanalyze but let your subconscious continue working with the changes we've proposed. Now you know what a typical hypnosis session feels like - so nothing to be nervous about, rather look forward to. You can curiously look forward to a delightful relaxation.

  • Struggling with anger? Tired of feeling mad? Anger management that is effective!

    Anger, outbursts, rage, or getting upset have various functions. However, when it becomes excessive or out of proportion, something underneath triggers it. It can ruin relationships and have negative effects in many other situations. This impacts not only the person who becomes unnecessarily angry but also family, friends, and colleagues who might hesitate to speak up or show their feelings. Sadly, everyone loses in this scenario Anger and aggression always stem from something deeper. Anger is a powerful emotion, and in reality, one loses control when they become too angry or have outbursts. It's here that amazing changes can be made, enabling you to remain calm and focused, viewing situations from a balanced perspective without exaggeration. As a result, you can address situations more effectively, even feeling satisfied afterward. For instance, if all emotions were detached and you saw the situation for what it truly was, you wouldn't have gotten angry. Instead, you'd discern how best to handle the situation in a calm, confident, and constructive manner. The result? You gain respect, are perceived by others as more reliable and stable, and come across as a strong leader. It's all advantages. Is anger hereditary? No, not in my experience! However, as a child, one might often mimic patterns from family and relatives. A kind of survival strategy that perhaps worked at that time. It can be changed through various methods. Some anger is healthy It can protect and help us defend against harmful things or events, allowing us to extricate ourselves from the situation. Anger can also be used positively, prompting you to take action, to stand up against something. Being angry and daring to say "stop!" when you're treated unfairly or when someone behaves poorly. However - there's a significant difference between getting angry and taking action by saying "stop" and having an outburst and losing control." Anger should serve as a defense protocol where one reacts appropriately to the situation they are in. Different aggression exists Passive aggression Passive aggression is expressed in cynicism, pessimism, bitterness, sharp sarcasm which can lead to backbiting, undermining, and procrastinating. The aggression is present, but it is passive. Suppresst anger Not daring to express one's opinions, or stand up for one's needs (reasonable ones) can lead to feelings of resignation and hopelessness. The anger is often turned inward, manifesting as negative and ruminative thoughts about others and oneself, doubting one's own abilities and competence. Anger can give many negative effects Anger is rooted in many emotions, ranging from frustration to feeling unseen, attacked, stressed, unloved, hated or hating others, hopelessness, incompetence, unimportant, self-critical, powerless, belittled, and so on. It also arises when one doesn't dare to acknowledge their own "negative" traits and blames others all the time. It becomes a Catch-22 that doesn't lead to anything positive. Anger creates emotions in the body! They need to be released in some way. That's why there are ONLY benefits if you transform it into something that works FOR you instead." Inward-directed anger One can direct it inward, leading to high blood pressure, headaches, muscle pain, stress issues, difficulty sleeping, and more... Outward-directed anger Even worse, one can direct it outward and harm oneself or others. An effective method to reduce anger actually exists - easier than you might think Using my various methods within hypnotherapy, I have already helped many to handle their anger in a more constructive way for themselves and their surroundings. It makes a huge difference. Both a relief and the ability to handle situations more constructively, without losing control. The healthy "no" anger remains - where one dares to say stop. (See also my tips on daring to say no - firmly and kindly)

  • Free from Trauma using hypnotherapy with Camilla at

    Diving into the world of therapeutic options to recover from trauma, simply be free from trauma, there are several methods available. One of them is sessions with Camilla at ce-hypnosis. In her specialized approach using several methods, amongst others hypnotherapy, trauma release sessions offer a beacon of hope for those struggling with trauma. As more individuals seek out innovative methods to overcome past traumas, the efficiency of hypnotherapy, especially under the guidance of professionals like Camilla, is gaining momentum. With a blend of science-backed techniques and individual set plans in care, being free from trauma, actually trauma release is not just about methods; it's about personal beneficial transformation. Freedom! In this article, we'll explore the intricacies of trauma, the transformative power of hypnotherapy, and how Camilla's unique approach is giving her clients the benefits overcoming traumas, simply releasing them so that they can be free from past traumas. Camilla is not your everyday hypnotherapist. She brings with her years of experience, dedication, and a unique approach to managing and releasing trauma. Benefits of this method for Trauma release Imagine that you under a shorter period of time, (compared to how long you have had your trauma) can change within to feel better and release past traumas. With my own specialised method at ce-hypnosis, in combination with other tools my clients are given, can help release trauma and instead give you as a client, focus on a new future feeling calmer within. The science behind hypnotherapy In simplified terms, hypnotherapy taps into your subconscious, guiding it to reshape negative patterns. Camilla also uses other methods such as changing old patterns with new positive thoughts and ideas using suggestions and mental rehearsing. Hypnotherapy sessions: What to expect The initial consultation It starts with a conversation. Share your story, understand the process, and set clear expectations. It's not magic, gone in an instant, but removing and changing layer by layer of trauma until your best version of yourself is free. Think of it like a deep meditation session. Camilla's soothing voice will lead you into a trance-like state, addressing and managing the root causes of trauma. Subsequent sessions You'll dive deeper with each session, gradually freeing yourself from the chains of trauma. Possible Concerns and Their Resolutions Let's address the elephant in the room. Debunking myths about hypnotherapy Hypnotherapy is NOT about controlling your mind. It's about empowerment. Ensuring the safety of the patient Your safety and comfort are Camilla's top priorities. She's trained to navigate through sessions with utmost care. Conclusion Trauma need not be a life sentence. With professionals like Camilla and the powerful tools and methods she uses, freedom is not just a dream but a tangible reality. FAQs Is hypnotherapy safe? Absolutely! Under the guidance of trained professionals like Camilla, it's a safe and effective therapy. How many sessions will I need? Everyone's journey is unique. Some may need a few sessions, while others might require more. Will I remember what happens during the session? Most likely, yes. It's similar to recalling a dream. Can everyone be hypnotized? While most can, it does require willingness and trust. Are the effects of hypnotherapy long-lasting? Yes, especially when combined with other therapeutic techniques and regular follow-ups.

  • Catallergy? Furallergy? Does hypnotherapy work to change this? Yes!

    Allergy to cats, dogs, and other furry animals such as horses and guinea pigs is a common problem that affects many people. Allergic symptoms can be incredibly troublesome and affect the quality of life in many different ways. In this blog, I will share with you about hypnoterapy as an effective and safe method for creating positive changes and relieving allergy symptoms in those who suffer from pet allergies. How does hypnoterapy work for pet allergies? Hypnoterapy is a safe and effective helpful method that can help you change your fur allergies. Using hypnoterapy, I help you change and retrain your body and brain to respond in a more positive way. Through guided relaxation and visualization, you can learn to control your body's response to the allergen and reduce your symptoms. So if you suffer from pet allergies, let hypnoterapy help you create a positive change in your life. You deserve to live life to the fullest and not be limited by your allergy. Book your hypnoterapy session today and discover how you can change your life in a positive way! By working with your body and brain, you can finally start enjoying life without being limited by your pet allergy. If you're interested in exploring hypnoterapy as an option for your pet allergy, it's important to work with a qualified and experienced hypnoterapist. Together, you can develop a personalized plan that meets your unique needs and helps you achieve your health goals. As you can see from the testimonials, Camilla at has hade great success in the fur allergy process for her clients. Studies A study published in the Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology found that hypnoterapy was effective in reducing both subjective and objective symptoms of cat allergy in patients who underwent treatment. Participants reported significant reductions in sneezing, nasal congestion, and itching after receiving hypnoterapy. Another study published in the Journal of Psychosomatic Research found that hypnoterapy reduced symptoms of hay fever and asthma, both of which can be triggered by pet allergies. Participants who received hypnoterapy reported reduced symptoms of nasal congestion, sneezing, and itchy eyes. Furthermore, a study published in the International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis found that hypnoterapy was effective in reducing anxiety and stress related to allergies. Participants who received hypnoterapy reported feeling more relaxed and less anxious during allergy season.

  • Hypnotherapy for PMS - it made a huge difference

    PMS, or premenstrual syndrome, can be a really challenging time for many women. One of the most noticeable symptoms is pain and mood swings that can make everyday life difficult and stressful, not only for the woman but also for her family. A method that has proven to be very effective in reducing PMS symptoms, including mood swings, is hypnotherapy. Hypnotherapy is a non-invasive treatment method that involves relaxation to reach a relaxed and focused state. This state is natural and something most of us experience every day, such as when daydreaming or getting absorbed in a book or movie. By using hypnotherapy for PMS, you can change the brain's behavior patterns and reduce both conscious and subconscious stress and biological responses. It is also important to note that hypnotherapy is a safe method without side effects. In fact, many women who have used hypnotherapy for PMS have reported significant improvement in their symptoms and better management of their PMS period. I teach you how to work WITH your body. Make you a great team, Camilla says It may take a few sessions (usually 2-3) done monthly before significant improvement is seen, but most women report noticeable difference after just one session. Hypnotherapy can also be used preventatively to reduce the risk of symptoms getting worse. My PMS decreased drastically "I have suffered from both mood swings and pain and heavy bleeding, which unfortunately also affected my family. It was so bad that I could hardly go to work for the first 1-2 days. It was terrible! After 3 sessions, the bleeding has decreased significantly and it is easier to manage. I no longer bleed through at night and I don't panic anymore when I have to go somewhere because the bleeding has decreased. What a huge difference. It's amazing that hypnotherapy could help so much. I chose to change my irritations to focus on cleaning that day. It was great! Effective and then it feels really good, so I can enjoy to relax afterwards. I now have no problem going to work and have almost forgotten how difficult it was before. A big heartfelt THANK YOU!!!! Such an incredible difference." In the end, hypnotherapy is a highly effective treatment method for PMS and mood swings. It is safe, non-invasive, and can provide significant relief from symptoms. If you suffer from PMS or know someone who does, it may be worth considering hypnotherapy as a form of help. Remember that it is important to consult a qualified hypnotherapist to ensure that you receive the best possible treatment for your needs. At Ce-hypnosis, we have experience and have helped many women with good results. Studies and research PMS and hypnosis/hypnotherapy Here is an example of some studies that show results of hypnosis and hypnotherapy for reducing PMS and menstrual bleeding: A study from 2018, published in the journal BMC Women's Health, examined the effect of hypnosis on PMS symptoms in women. The results showed that women who received hypnotherapy experienced a significant reduction in symptoms compared to women in a control group who did not receive any treatment. The researchers therefore recommended hypnosis as a potential treatment method for PMS. Link to the study: Another study from 2015, published in the Journal of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, investigated the effect of hypnosis on pain and other PMS symptoms in women. The results showed that hypnotherapy led to a significant reduction in pain and other symptoms compared to women who did not receive hypnosis treatment. The researchers therefore recommended hypnosis as a potential treatment method for women with PMS. Link to the study: A review article from 2019, published in the journal Frontiers in Psychiatry, summarized several studies that investigated the effect of hypnosis on PMS symptoms. The results showed that hypnotherapy can be effective in reducing pain, depression, and anxiety related to PMS. The researchers therefore recommended hypnosis as a potential treatment method for women with PMS. Link to the review article: In summary, these studies suggest that hypnosis and hypnotherapy can be an effective treatment method for reducing PMS symptoms and menstrual bleeding.

  • Reduce pollen allergy using hypnotherapy

    Pollenallergi Löddeköpinge Pollen allergy is a health problem that affects many people worldwide, which can be very troublesome and limiting for those who suffer from it. But there is great effects in the form of hypnotherapy, an alternative method that has been shown to be effective in reducing the symptoms of pollen allergy. Research has shown positive effects of hypnotherapy on individuals suffering from pollen allergy. By affecting the autonomic nervous system and providing positive suggestions, hypnotherapy can help the body to relax and reduce the reaction to the allergen. You can also see testimonials of how hypnotherapy has already helped individuals under 'client testimonials". Many can make the mistake of thinking they have a mild cold, when in fact, it is a mild pollenallergy Pollen allergy is a common health problem that affects many people around the world. Symptoms of pollen allergy can include a runny nose, tiredness, headache, sneezing, itching, and swelling in the eyes, and can be very troublesome and limiting for those who suffer from it. There are different seasons depending on where you live, spring, summer and late summer that have different kinds of pollen. You may not be allergic to all. There are many treatment options available for pollen allergy, including medication and traditional therapies. However, another alternative treatment method that has been shown to be very effective in reducing the symptoms of pollen allergy is hypnotherapy. Hypnotherapy is a form of therapy that uses hypnosis to create an altered state of consciousness in a person. During hypnosis, it is possible to access deep parts of the brain that are not always available when a person is in a normal state of consciousness. This makes it possible to influence behavior, emotions, and thoughts in a positive way. Hypnotherapy works by affecting the autonomic nervous system, which is the system in the body that controls bodily functions such as heart rate and breathing. When a person is in an altered state of consciousness during hypnosis, the hypnotherapist can provide positive suggestions that help the body relax and reduce the reaction to the allergen. Research and studies on pollen allergy and hypnosis Research has shown that hypnotherapy can be effective in reducing symptoms of pollen allergy. There are several studies showing the positive effects of hypnotherapy in treating pollen allergy. A study published in the American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis examined the effects of hypnotherapy on individuals suffering from pollen allergy. The study showed that individuals who received hypnotherapy experienced a significant reduction in symptoms of pollen allergy, including decreased sneezing, runny nose, and itchy eyes. Another study published in the Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine in 2005 examined the effects of hypnotherapy on individuals suffering from allergic asthma. The study showed that individuals who received hypnotherapy experienced a significant reduction in symptoms of allergic asthma, including decreased shortness of breath and coughing. An additional study published in the European Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology examined the effects of hypnotherapy on individuals suffering from pollen allergy and concomitant asthma. The study showed that individuals who received hypnotherapy experienced a reduction in both asthma and allergy symptoms, as well as improvements in their quality of life. Another study published in the same journal examined the effects of hypnotherapy on individuals suffering from rhinitis and asthma caused by pollen allergy. The study showed that individuals who received hypnotherapy experienced a significant reduction in symptoms of rhinitis and asthma, including decreased sneezing, nasal congestion, and coughing. In conclusion, research suggests that hypnotherapy can be a highly effective treatment method for reducing symptoms of pollen allergy. By influencing the autonomic nervous system and providing positive suggestions, hypnotherapy can help the body relax and reduce its reaction to the allergen. It is important to note that hypnotherapy is not a replacement for medical treatment, but can be a useful complementary treatment method for significantly reducing symptoms of pollen allergy. By using hypnotherapy as part of a holistic health plan, individuals suffering from pollen allergy can experience significant relief from their symptoms and improve their quality of life.

  • When grief takes over - change grief into gentle memories

    Grief is a natural and inevitable part of life, but coping with it can be a difficult and exhausting, sometimes a challenging process. It should take its time where one goes through certain stages, in a certain period, but... sometimes it takes too long, and is paralyzing. Sometimes it doesn't go away. Sometimes it takes over too much. Sometimes one cannot move forward and life is not really lived, just like being stuck. But what is a reasonable time for grief? With the right help and support, one can get assistance in processing grief and loss in a healthy, faster way that helps you move on in life. In this blog post, I will write about how I, from CE-Hypnosis (, help people manage grief, and how this can change difficult heavy emotions into softer memories where life can move forward. Grief and loss can arise not only from deaths but also from divorces and other losses and breakups. Guilt, fear, loneliness, anger, anxiety, helplessness, regret, and depression can also be part of this emotional process. But often, one may need help to move forward because it is such a heavy burden to carry. I am a certified therapist who has helped many clients manage grief and loss by offering an inner healing session to transform deep painful emotions. My therapeutic approach is characterized by warmth, empathy, and understanding, providing my clients with a safe and supportive environment where they can change their emotions related to grief and loss so that the painful aspects decrease and become softer and more manageable. When we lose someone or something important in our lives, it is natural to feel grief. It may need to take its course, but after a while (usually 1 year), it is important to have the opportunity and space for inner healing. It can feel challenging to manage your pain, but what a huge difference it makes afterward. The paralyzing heavy feeling becomes lighter, and life feels more manageable. My method in therapy can help manage these feelings in an improving, gentle, and soft way. During a session with me, I help my clients find their inner strength and resources to manage their grief in a natural, supportive way. If you are struggling with grief and want to know more about if my therapy method can help you, contact me, Camilla, at

  • Five common myths about hypnosis - and why they are incorrect

    Have you ever heard of hypnosis? It is a form of therapy that uses suggestion and concentration to help people change behaviors or achieve their goals. Unfortunately, hypnosis is often misrepresented in the media and in the public consciousness, leading to many misconceptions about its effectiveness and safety. Here are five common myths about hypnosis - and why they are incorrect Myth #1: Hypnosis only for entertainment. This is one of the most common myths about hypnosis. Many believe that hypnosis is only used for entertainment purposes, such as on stage in a nightclub or in a TV show. However, hypnosis is actually a well-known therapeutic technique used to help people change phobias, reduce sugar cravings, allergies, pollen or manage stress, depression and anxiety, pain relief, PTSD, OCD and postpartum depression etc. There are many more areas of application as well. One very useful application is to give birth without pain. There are specially trained professionals in this area and it is a fantastic natural way for both the baby and the mother, as it results in less trauma for all parties involved, and instead a wonderful experience where the body also heals faster. Myth #2: Hypnosis is dangerous and/or can create brain damage. There is no scientific evidence to suggest that hypnosis can cause brain damage or any other harm. On the contrary, it is a form of focus and mindfulness that helps with relaxation. Hypnosis is a natural therapy that poses no risks to physical or mental health (as long as you don't have certain mental illnesses). Different countries have different regulations regarding what can be done with hypnotherapy. In England, psychologists and psychiatrists often refer their patients to or collaborate with hypnotherapists to more effectively change certain behaviors. Some even have a whole team of doctors and psychologists who work with hypnotherapists. Myt #3: Hypnosis makes you lose control Another common myth about hypnosis is that it makes you lose control. This is completely untrue. Hypnosis involves a deep relaxation and a state of high concentration, but you still have full control over your actions and decisions. Myt #4: Hypnosis only works on some special people. Many people believe that hypnosis only works for a few select individuals and that it is not an effective form of therapy for everyone. This is also a misconception. Hypnosis is a therapy that can help at least 90% of those who want to change their behavior or achieve their goals, regardless of age, gender, or background. (There are certain personality types that absolutely do not want to change, such as psychopaths and sociopaths.) Myt #5: Hypnos is a qick fix. Many people believe that hypnosis is a quick fix for all problems and that it can change everything at once. But that's not the case. Hypnosis is a therapy that requires commitment and time from both the client and the therapist to be effective. However, it is extremely effective as we work directly with the subconscious mind. For example, I have had many clients who have been seeing a psychologist for 10-15 years (who works with the conscious mind) and the results after seeing me has been about 20 sessions. So more effective depending on the issue. Another example is phobias, which may only need 1-3 sessions, extremely effective, don't you think? As you can see, there are many myths about hypnosis that are not true. Hypnosis is actually an effective and safe natural therapy that can help you change your behavior or achieve your goals. If you're interested in learning more about hypnosis and how it can help you, you can read more about methods here, and answers to the most common questions here and also contact me for more information about what you're wondering about.

  • Here's how to practice effective deep breathing and relaxation to calm your nervous system

    Deep breathing is one of the simplest and most effective techniques to feel better. It involves taking deep and calm breaths that can help reduce stress, provide more energy, and strengthen the immune system. When you feel stressed or anxious, deep breathing can help lower stress levels. By taking a few deep breaths, you can calm your body and mind. Research has also shown that deep breathing can reduce symptoms of depression, anxiety, and PTSD. Deep breathing helps increase the supply of oxygen to the body, which can give you more energy and improve your performance. Additionally, it can strengthen the immune system and help you sleep better at night. See how to do it below on the page. "Deep breathing is a simple, inexpensive, and effective method for managing stress and increasing relaxation. Research has shown that regular deep breathing can reduce symptoms of depression and anxiety, lower blood pressure, and improve sleep" – Dr. Emma Seppälä, Science Director at Stanford University Center Why deep breathing helps I have listed some of the main health benefits of deep breathing below. It can help you in stressful and pressured situations. For example; Before an important meeting, take 3 deep breaths to become more focused and calmer (get more oxygen to the brain and therefore more clear-headed). Before a school exam. 5 deep breaths (without thinking and just concentrating on counting) provide the calm and opportunity for the subconscious to recall the answers you have already studied. 1. Stress reduction and lowering blood pressure One of the main benefits of deep breathing is its ability to reduce stress levels. Deep breathing has been shown to be an effective technique for reducing both short-term and long-term stress, and thus can help lower blood pressure with regular daily use. 2. Improved mental health Deep breathing can also have a positive impact on our mental health. A study published in the Journal of Psychiatric Practice showed that deep breathing reduced symptoms of depression and anxiety in participants. Another study published in the Journal of Clinical Psychology found that deep breathing reduced symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) in war veterans. 3. Increased oxygenation Deep breathing helps to increase oxygenation in the body, which can have a positive effect on our physical health. By taking deep and slow breaths, we get more oxygen into our lungs and bloodstream, which can in turn increase energy levels and improve our performance. 4. Improved immune function Another benefit of deep breathing is its ability to improve our immune function. Research has shown that deep breathing can increase the number of white blood cells, which are important for fighting infections and diseases in the body. 5. Improved sleep Deep breathing is also known to have a positive effect on our sleep. By taking deep and slow breaths, we can calm our mind and body, which can make it easier to fall asleep and improve sleep quality. A study published in the Journal of Medical Internet Research showed that a deep breathing app improved the sleep quality of its users. Moreover, when you deep breathe using the 7-4-7 method, you take control of your body and show that it's time to calm down, that you're safe and can relax. You can even deep breathe until you fall asleep. In that case, you count backwards from 100 for each breath (while still keeping the 7-4-7 rhythm without counting it). Focus on each breath, imagining it as a wave of calm and relaxation rolling in as you inhale (7). Let the wave slowly linger on the beach when you have your pause (4), then feel the wave recide (7) slowly. 1. Start counting backwards from 100, and with each number, imagine a wave rolling in and lingering for a moment before slowly receding. 2. Repeat this process until you fall asleep. Additionally, if you need more help with sleep, you may consider booking an appointment for hypnosis, which can provide more concrete and effective assistance. Tips - When and where can I use deep breathing? You can use deep breathing anytime during the day to help you relax, reduce stress levels, and improve focus and performance. Here are some examples of when and where you can use deep breathing: Before an important presentation or meeting at work During a break at work or school to recover and regain energy Before bedtime to calm your mind and improve sleep On the bus, train, or plane to reduce stress and anxiety during travel At home when you feel overwhelmed or anxious During exercise or yoga to improve your performance and reduce muscle tension In the morning it's good way to start the day with some deep breaths while thinking about something that made you happy while still in bed. It provides oxygen to the brain while the positive thought (a memory or feeling) helps the body create more positive energy. During the day - if you're feeling stressed, even if you go into the bathroom, it's beneficial to take 3 deep breaths and get rid of the shallow, fast breathing and show the body that you are "out of danger" and that blood flow can increase in all organs and do its amazing job. Are you standing in line/queue? ... take advantage of it! Use that moment to your advantage. Take a few deep breaths, relax, and feel the stress leaving you for the moment. It helps both mind and body while reducing stress and irritation. In the evening when it's time to sleep, it's good to think about something pleasant while deep breathing. The body will enter a relaxed state. Take deep breaths 20 times (or until you fall asleep). These are just a few examples, but there is no limit to when or where you can use deep breathing. It is a simple and effective technique that can be used almost anywhere and anytime. "Deep breathing can help you become more aware of your body and increase your ability to manage stress and anxiety. By taking deep breaths, you can also improve your concentration and focus, and increase your overall well-being.." – Dr. Andrew Weil, Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine. How to do deep breathing - 7- 4 - 7 method It is a simple technique that you can use anytime during the day to reduce stress levels and increase relaxation. (There are additional positive additions and techniques that I show my clients who book sessions). At first, it may feel unfamiliar, but it quickly becomes easy to train yourself and eventually, you won't even need to count. Sit/lie comfortably with relaxed shoulders. Take a slow and deep breath, filling your belly and chest until it's completely full while counting to 7. Feel that you're filling every corner. Hold your breath and count to 4 (at your own pace). Exhale slowly while counting to 7. You may notice after just 3 repetitions that you become more relaxed and focused. Do these steps for about 5 minutes or as needed Simple technique with a positive effect So if you're feeling stressed or anxious, take a few deep breaths and feel your body and mind becoming calmer. It's a simple technique that can have a big positive effect on your health and well-being. Deep breathing alone may not be enough While deep breathing can be a helpful tool for managing stress and promoting relaxation, it's important to remember that it's just one part of an overall approach to well-being. Remember that if you need help to change sleep-pattern, anxiety, phobias, trauma, or other negative emotions, hypnotherapy is a fantastic and effective tool to feel better. Please feel free to read some comments from previous clients. You can, of course, send an inquiry or book an appointment with me through the contact form.

  • Fear of dentist or shots/injections

    Hypnos Löddeköpinge Fear of injections and dental phobia are common phobias that affect many people. For some, it is just a mild discomfort, while for others, it can lead to panic attacks or avoidance of necessary medical treatment. Fortunately, there are methods that can help overcome these fears, and one of the most effective and quick ones is hypnosis. Thankfully, there are methods that can help overcome these fears or phobias, and one of the most effective and quick one is hypnosis. Hypnosis is a therapeutic method where a person enters into a relaxed and focused state. During hypnosis, a person can learn to manage and change unwanted behaviors or emotions, including fears and phobias. Hypnosis is a well-established method that has helped many people overcome many different fears and phobias. Fear of injections, whether it's for vaccinations, blood tests, or dental anesthesia, is an unnecessarily distressing feeling. But it can be changed. Dental anxiety or phobia is a problem that can be effectively resolved. It may not feel like it when you're struggling with it, but once it's changed, it's truly amazing, and you can be free to make the choices that you feel are best for yourself and your health. The importance of oral health has also been shown to be more significant than previously thought, for the overall health of the body. How does hypnosis help? Hypnosis works by helping the person to relax and focus their attention on positive images and thoughts. During hypnosis, positive reinforcement (according to your wishes) and suggestions can also be used to change behaviors and thought patterns. By working with me, a professional hypnotherapist, you can learn to effectively manage your fear and feel more confident and, above all, calm about future medical procedures. Benefits using hypnosis There are many benefits to using hypnosis to treat needle phobia and dental anxiety. Firstly, it is a non-invasive method that does not require any medication or surgical intervention. It is also a relatively quick treatment that can provide immediate results. In summary, hypnosis is a highly effective method for treating needle phobia and dental anxiety. As a professional hypnotherapist, I specialize in helping people overcome various fears and phobias that limit their lives. I use proven techniques and tailor the treatment to each person's individual needs. On the website, there is a plenty of information on how hypnosis works and how it can help treat phobias and fears, as well as different methods that can be used. (For example, CBT in hypnosis is extremely effective.) My clients have been helped and their fears have been significantly transformed. Imagine the difference of looking forward to going to the dentist or taking a blood test without any problems. It can be life-changing for someone who previously had extreme anxiety or phobia. Studies There are of course several studies that have demonstrated the effectiveness of hypnosis in treating needle phobia and dental anxiety. One study published in the Journal of Dental Education examined the use of hypnosis to treat dental anxiety in adult patients. The study involved 26 participants who received hypnosis treatment in four sessions prior to their dental appointment. The results showed that hypnosis treatment significantly reduced patients' fear, anxiety, and stress levels and increased their relaxation during the dental appointment. A study published in the International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis examined the use of hypnosis to treat needle phobia in children. The study involved 30 children who received hypnosis treatment prior to their vaccination. The results showed that hypnosis treatment reduced the children's anxiety levels and pain during vaccination, and they experienced a positive attitude toward future vaccinations. Another study published in the European Journal of Oral Sciences examined the effect of hypnosis on needle phobia. The researchers found that patients who underwent hypnosis treatment had significantly reduced fear and pain during the injection, compared to a control group who did not receive hypnosis treatment. A third study published in the Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine investigated the effect of hypnosis on patients with needle phobia undergoing dental implant treatment. The researchers found that hypnosis was an effective method for reducing fear and anxiety in patients. But ultimately, it's the result of how my clients have changed for the better that is the greatest satisfaction. Nonetheless, the studies mentioned provide further evidence that hypnosis is an effective method for treating needle phobia and dental anxiety, and can help patients overcome their fears and anxieties associated with dental procedures and injections. The path to successful change - easier than you think

  • A change for the better using hypnosis

    A World of change for the better by using your own resources through hypnotherapy and suggestive therapy I am a certified hypnotherapist with years of experience helping individuals improve their lives through the power of hypnosis. Hypnosis is a tool that can be used to help people overcome a wide range of issues, from anxiety and stress to phobias and limitations. With my expertise in hypnotherapy, I am here to help guide you on a journey of self-discovery, inner healing, and personal growth. Change the behaviour or feelings hat is stopping you in your everyday life Unlock your own power with hypnotherapy Using my skills in hypnosis, I will work with you to help you achieve your goals, whether it be reducing symptoms of anxiety or stress, overcoming a fear or phobia, or breaking free from certain addictions. I believe that everyone has the power to transform their lives, and with my guidance, you can tap into that power and achieve possibilities to reach your potential. Curious to experience hypnosis? So, whether you're just curious about hypnosis or are looking for a transformative experience, I invite you to join me on this journey. Let's work together to unlock the power of your mind and help you achieve the life you've always wanted. Contact me if you would like to hear if hypnotherapy, suggestions or mind training can help you.

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    You have probably heard the expression "fake it until you make it". Let's explore why it works in the long run. Your brains is like a supercomputer. It will run on a program that is set from early days. It does what you think and what you tell it. So if you tell yourself that you are terrible at maths, driving or remembering names, you will literally tell your mind to fulfil that, and it will run it as your supercomputer program. When you speak to yourself, you are essentially creating a dialogue between your conscious and subconscious mind. Your self-talk can influence your beliefs, attitudes, and behaviors, shaping the way you perceive yourself and the world around you. It can either build you up or tear you down. Negative self-talk, such as "I'm not smart enough" or "I'm never going to succeed", can be detrimental to your mental health and self-esteem. It can create a cycle of self-doubt and negative thinking that can hold you back from reaching your full potential. On the other hand, positive self-talk, such as "I am capable of learning new things" or "I can do this", can boost your confidence and motivate you to take action towards achieving your goals. Be your best friend It's important to be mindful of the language you use when talking to yourself. Instead of focusing on your weaknesses, try to focus on your strengths and what you can do to improve. Use words that are encouraging, supportive, and empowering, even with some humor. This will not only improve your self-esteem but also improve your overall mental and emotional wellbeing. If you find it hard - pretend you are speaking to your best friend. Practice positive self-talk Practice positive self-talk regularly and make it a habit. When you catch yourself engaging in negative self-talk, pause and reframe your thoughts into a more positive and constructive perspective. Over time, you will notice a significant shift in your mindset, attitude, and overall outlook on life. Remember, your self-talk is like the software that runs your brain, so choose your words wisely and program yourself for success. What if it doesn't work? If it doesn't work, you have a stronger negative program running in your subconscious. It can be changed very effectively using hypnotherapy as we tap into the program and re-program those beliefs in a quick and natural way. By using hypnotherapy you save a lot of time and remove resistance. You are welcome to book a session and see how great it works!

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