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Neuroplasticity and Hypnosis – How Hypnosis Can Increase Neuroplasticity

Neuroplasticity and Hypnosis – How Hypnosis Can Increase Neuroplasticity

neuroplasticity is a common buzzword in
modern neuroscience and psychology circles the concept and theory of
neuroplasticity has moved outside of these circles and is readily accepted as
common knowledge neuroplasticity holds the promise that it is possible for us
to alter or rewire our brains to change thinking behaviors habits emotions and
well-being neuroplasticity refers to our brain’s ability to reorganize itself
both physically as well as functionally throughout life due to environment
behavior thinking and emotion behavior environmental stimuli thought and
emotions may also cause narrow plastic change which has significant
implications for healthy development learning memory and even recovery from
brain damage it was a held belief for many decades that the brain was a static
hardwired organ after critical development periods in childhood the
brain is indeed much more plastic and changeable in early years but
neuroplasticity is present throughout life from the cradle to the grave
how neuroplasticity applies to hypnosis hypnosis is effective at influencing
neuroplastic change as focused attention is one of the prerequisites of
neuroplasticity the focused attention that is induced by hypnosis places the
brainwaves in the optimum State for neuroplasticity to occur hypnosis
encodes new information within the brain through the use of suggestion and
tapping into the power of imagination to see hear feel and experience the desired
therapeutic outcomes of the client wishes to achieve it begins to create
new synaptic connections within the physical brain these new synaptic
connections can be strengthened through the continued use of hypnosis with the
practitioner daily self-hypnosis or listening to hypnosis recordings and
the client beginning to take the necessary actions to move towards the
goal of treatment as these new synaptic connections within the brain are created
and reinforced through hypnosis new thoughts behaviors feelings and emotions
become more automatic because the brain is changed by internal mental rehearsal
in the same ways and evolving precisely the same processes that control changes
that are achieved through interactions with the external world hypnosis is an
extremely effective means at creating change
hypnosis induces the appropriate brainwave state which influences
neuroplasticity the focused yet alert state of hypnosis
releases the neuro chemicals necessary to enable brain change and

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