Hypnotic Suggestion App Will Help You To Stop Drinking Alcohol Without Any Effort At All!
In the past few years there have been many attempts to create a hypnotic suggestion app for alcoholics or anyone else suffering from alcoholism. However, none of these apps are very effective at helping people with their problem. Some of them even cause problems such as making people feel uncomfortable while using it. There are several reasons why they fail to work effectively:
The app does not provide enough details about what exactly will happen during the session;
It doesn’t explain how to use the app properly;
There isn’t any way of knowing if someone is going to relapse after using the app; and/or
People tend to misuse the suggestions made by these apps.
With all these issues, I decided to develop my own hypnosis app which would provide accurate information about the app’s features and how to use it properly. This is what I came up with:
What Is Hypnosis?
Hypnosis is a state of mind where one enters into a trance-like state. People often refer to this state as “trance” because it feels like you’re in another world. The person who is entering this state is referred to as the “subject.” The hypnotist is called a “hypnotist” and someone who has been trained in hypnosis for proper purposes is called an “expert.”
The hypnotist uses suggestions in order to plant thoughts into your mind. These suggestions can be about anything, such as counting to three or giving a thumbs up, and are used for entertainment purposes or to relieve pain. Even though it seems impossible, these people are able to achieve this through the use of their voice. The hypnotist talks in a soothing way and gives suggestions that the subject will accept.
The suggestions can range from anything such as “You are getting very sleepy” to something a bit more complex, such as allowing your mind to drift away and ignore your surroundings.
Hypnosis has been used by many doctors and experts to help people stop smoking, lose weight, overcome phobias and much more. In some cases, hypnosis can be used to help people remember things or give information that they otherwise would not be able to recall. For instance, some witnesses to crimes are hypnotized in order to help them remember what happened during the crime or who was involved.
Does It Really Work?
Sources & references used in this article:
Special techniques of brief hypnotherapy by MH Erickson – … Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis, 1954 – Taylor & Francis
An hypnotic technique for resistant patients: The patient, the technique and its rationale and field experiments by MH Erickson – American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis, 1964 – Taylor & Francis
The interspersal hypnotic technique for symptom correction and pain control by MH Erickson – American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis, 1966 – Taylor & Francis