Hypnotherapy can help with . . . anxiety / asthma / attention problems / bed wetting / blushing / bruxism (teeth grinding) / bulimia / emotional pain / eyesight improvement / frown lines / hyperactivity / insomnia / irrational fears / menopause / nightmares / obsessions and compulsions / overweight / pain control / panic attacks / phobias / poor memory / premenstrual tension / psychosomatic abdominal disorders / road rage / seasickness / sexual issues (read more) / sleep walking or talking / smoking / snoring / sports performance / undesired habits (nail biting, etc)2
Hypnotherapy is, of course, the use of hypnosis to remedy specific personality issues. Much of contemporary hypnotherapy is based on hypnotic suggestion, or the planting of an idea of action that can be invoked later in response to a stimulus in daily life. Suggestion is a quite useful tool in hypnotherapy; but it is far from the whole of it.
Root cause hypnotherapy uses specific techniques to approach the unconscious mind directly, to get right to the source of the issue. The therapist queries the unconscious about what has caused the behavior in question — and finds the answers by tracking the client's ideomotor responses. An ideomotor response (IMR) is simply an unconscious movement a person makes in response to a question. During the session, it is the unconscious mind's way of communicating with the outer world.
Using this technique, one can identify the root cause of the undesired behavior in a surprisingly short period of time. Once the root cause is known, there are straightforward methods for enabling the unconscious mind to realise that it no longer needs to exert the unwanted influence on the client. While some problems take more time, a specific personality issue can very often be solved in one or two hypnotherapy sessions.
This is why root cause hypnotherapy is so swift and so effective. It uses simple techniques to deal directly with the power of the unconscious mind.