Hypnotherapy is medically accepted to benefit the following and more:
Emotional problems such as: boost self-confidence, assertiveness to help achieve potentials, stress-management, anxiety/ persistent worry, GAD, depression, panic attacks and panic disorders, phobias, blushing.
Physical symptoms such as: sleeping disorders, aches and pain, headaches/migraines and blood pressure, stomach problems, IBS, skin problems, stammering, dystonia (nervous tick), asthma, tinnitus (ringing in the ear).
Unwanted habits: nail biting, smoking, bed wetting, snoring, bruxism (grinding of teeth).
Can also help with: improving healthy eating, weight control, psychogenic infertility, enhancing performance in sport, studying or work.
Put simply, where your problem is due to habitual conditioning (habit formation), accumulated stress or unresolved events in your past then hypnotherapy can be used to access and re-program these complexes which are being sustained and remain active at the unconscious level. Psychotherapists deal only with the conscious mind but clinical hypnotherapists use hypnosis as a part of their treatment to treat problems at the unconscious level.