In 1958, Hypnosis was recognized by the American Medical Association (AMA) as a method for applications in both medicine and dentistry.
Since then hypnosis has become highly respected and sought after to alleviate a number of conditions, to manage habits and relieve stress using the vast resources of the subconscious mind.
The American Board of Medical Hypnosis exists for the purpose of certifying hypnosis practitioners for physicians. Currently, hypnosis is a legal replacement for anesthesia in 7 states in the USA. This means during surgery, the patient forgoes medication and is instead in the hypnotic state while a gall bladder or appendix is removed, for example.
Hypnosis is safe, natural, prescription free and has a wide variety of uses.
In a study in American Health Magazine, hypnosis and hypnotherapy have a 93% success rate compared with lower results from other methods of therapy which require far more sessions. Click here to learn more about hypnosis and its high success rate.