Is hypnosis medically approved?

Yes it is. At the annual meeting of the British Medical Association (BMA) in 1892, the therapeutic use of hypnosis was unanimously approved. Despite this, the medical profession largely chose to ignore the subject.

On April 23, 1955, the British Medical Association approved the use of hypnosis in the areas of psychoneuroses and hypnoanesthesia in pain management related to childbirth and surgery. At this time, the BMA also advised all physicians and medical students to receive fundamental training in hypnosis. Again, this advice was virtually ignored.

 

What do you think?

 

Would it be better to help some people, with some ailments, some of the time using the power of words or is it easier to just prescribe some medication backed up by the multi-billion pounds drugs lobby?

 

Be happy,

 

Dave.

 

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Dave Sabat
My name's Dave Sabat DCH DHP SQHP and I am a full-time Clinical Hypnotherapist. Be happy, it's easier than you think.

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My name's Dave Sabat DCH DHP SQHP and I am a full-time Clinical Hypnotherapist. Be happy, it's easier than you think.