Hypnotherapy is used to treat anxiety, phobias, substance abuse including tobacco, sexual dysfunction, undesirable spontaneous behaviors, and bad habits.
Hypnotherapy uses state of trance induced by guided focused attention, intense concentration and relaxation to achieve a heightened state of awareness. The person's attention is so focused while in this state that anything going on around the person is temporarily blocked out or ignored. In patients easily hypnotised, such sessions are effective in reducing chronic pain and quitting smoking. Hypnosis is a growing clinical treatment for a host of disorders such as phobias, post-traumatic stress disorder and pain in childbirth.
During hypnosis, the scientists found, a region of the brain called the salience network and contributes to a person’s self-awareness by integrating sensory, emotional and cognitive information, It is called dorsal anterior cingulate cortex becoming less active. Studies have found that that region helps people stay vigilant about their external environment. Highly hypnotizable people are also more likely to lose themselves in a sunset or a movie. The activity in their dorsal anterior cingulate cortex may account for that behavior, too.
The scientists also found that the connections between other regions of the brain became stronger. Some of these regions strengthen the bond between the mind and body, regulating how much pain we feel, for example. Those connections could help make hypnotizable people more suggestible. At the same time, some regions of the brain became disconnected. Those regions normally are important for self-consciousness. By weakening those connections, hypnosis may allow people to do things they might never do in their normal life. People who used their imagination a lot early in life — such as being read stories to by their parents — also appear to be more hypnotizable when they grow up.
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