Patient discussion about hypnosis

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can hypnosis be used in bi-polar disorder?
A1there is no reason why not. people with bipolar disorder can be susceptible to hypnosis like any others. but like all population the ability to be hypnotized is variable. some are very suggestible and some are not. doesn't say anything on the person- very smart and intelligent people can be hypnotized.
A2It can be, but I am very prudent about hypnosis. I will not use it for myself. Too risky to go back too much in time. You know what I mean. As long you are in time in this actual life, it can be useful to detect a trauma or traumata to understand a behaviour or another symptom, but it will not cure it! You will only detect it. Kineology is different. It detects the trauma and cures it by neutralisation.
I thank you Mr. Foot for your very good questions.

Q. How effective is hypnosis in treating alcoholism? And how expensive is it?

I've already tried hypnotherapy for social anxiety problems but the guy was a useless quack and I didn't even go under properly.
A1Hypnosis is a very effective treatment for addictions, it was used back in the 19th century as one but the use of hypnosis today is smaller then before. Here is a web page with some info about it:

A2Interesting thought, I looked around and found this article about using hypnosis as a treatment vs. regular psychotherapy. There were no significant differences. But that means there is a success rate for it.
Here’s the link to the article:
A3never tried it for alcoholism, but i did try hypnosis therapy. it worked pretty fine for me. but not all people find it useful- it's not close to what you see at the movies. there is a scale from 1 to 12 (or 14 ...) on your reaction to hypnosis and most of us are on the 6-7. which is good enough. anyway, according to this:
combined with other treatments- hypnosis is a good treatment for Alcoholism.
good luck!!
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