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LD Hypnotherapy is based in Leeds and offers high quality, professional, clinical hypnotherapy for a variety of conditions.

Hypnotherapy can help with weight control, stopping smoking (smoking cessation), overcoming phobias, improving confidence and self esteem, performance enhancement and much more.

Hypnotherapy can also be used effectively to help manage chronic symptoms such as Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), pain, menopausal flushing, sleep problems and more.

If you want to discuss something you feel hypnotherapy could help you with then please get in touch.

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Facts And Figures

Here are some interesting facts and figures with sources from reputable medical publications about how hypnotherapy can help with a wide range of issues.

What is Hypnotherapy

Is it natural?

Hypnotherapy is a very natural process! It is a means of altering and optimising our thoughts, feelings and behaviours to achieve a specific outcome. This may be to stop smoking, overcome a fear of flying or just to be able to give ourselves a confidence-boost when needed for an important meeting or event! The 'hypnotic state', often referred to as 'trance' or sleep, is a natural state that we all experience several times a day, such as when we drive on 'autopilot' with our minds elsewhere, or slip into a daydream. All the therapist does is help you enter hypnotic state at a specific time, and use it in a more productive way. Clinical hypnotherapy enables the client to enjoy a lovely state of relaxation whilst being guided to make positive changes to your life. As a client YOU are always in control!

Is it safe?

Hypnotherapy is perfectly safe. It is not a sleep as in the sleep of bedtime. It is not unconsciousness. It is simply a deeply relaxed state. You are able to move, hear things around you and get up and leave if you need to. You are completely in control at all times and will only take on board what is beneficial to you.

Is it effective?

Our conscious minds are designed to analyse and often over-think and this can make it hard to change attitudes and behaviours which, over time, have become habits. Entering hypnotic state allows the analytical part of the brain to take a break so the therapist can focus on the unconscious mind. The unconscious mind is a vast store of learned behaviours, attitudes and responses and once these have been identified it is possible to adjust them to produce a lasting change to a specific habit or behaviour. The mind is like an iceberg...

The conscious part is above the water, the unconscious part is below.

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I am more than happy to answer any questions which you may have.
If you would like to discuss what I do in more depth then please get in touch and I will be more than happy to talk to you. I offer FREE initial consultations over the phone or via email.