Hypnosis recommendations

The list of diseases recommended for effective treatment by the method of Clinical hypnosis:

  • Neuroses. These are groups of functional psychogenic reversible disorders that tend to be protracted. The clinical picture of such disorders is characterized by asthenic, intrusive and / or hysterical manifestations, as well as a temporary decrease in mental and physical performance. Neurasthenia - mental disorders from the group of neuroses, manifested in increased irritability, fatigue, loss of ability for prolonged mental and physical stress. Neurasthenia usually occurs when a combination of mental trauma with excessively hard work and physiological deprivation (chronic lack of sleep, lack of rest, etc.). The emergence of neurasthenia is facilitated by weakening the body's infections and intoxications (alcohol, smoking), endocrine disorders, malnutrition, etc.
  • Depression. This is a mental disorder characterized by a "depressive triad": 1) a decrease in mood and loss of ability to experience joy (anhedonia), 2) disturbances in thinking (negative judgments, pessimistic view of what is happening, etc.), 3) motor inhibition. With depression, self-esteem is reduced, there is a loss of interest in life and habitual activity. In some cases, a person suffering from it can begin to abuse alcohol or other psychotropic substances.
  • Sleep disorders. Insomnia (insomnia) is a sleep disorder that is characterized by the inability to fall asleep for a significant period of time at night. The total absence of sleep, but in practice it is treated more broadly, as "sleep disorder, manifested by a disturbance of falling asleep, intermittent superficial sleep and / or premature awakening".
  • Increased excitability. Irritability is the tendency to inadequate, excessive reactions to ordinary irritants of the external or internal environment. Hypochondria is a constant concern about the possibility of getting one or more diseases, complaints or concerns about one's physical health, perceiving your usual sensations as abnormal and unpleasant, assumptions that there is some extra in addition to the underlying disease.
  • Phobias - this is a strong expressed persistent obsession, irreversibly exacerbated in certain situations and not amenable to a full logical explanation. As a result of the development of phobia, a person begins to fear and accordingly avoid certain objects, activities or situations.
  • Psychological complexes - is formed in the unconscious or repressed in him emotionally colored set of ideas, motives and attitudes, which has a significant impact on the development and functioning of the psyche, personality and human behavior.
  • Dependence (nicotine, alcohol, drugs, pharmaceuticals). Obsessive need, felt by a person and moving him to a certain activity. In this case, the intoxicant can act as a substitute for the missing source of certain emotions.
  • Psychosomatic disorders. Psychological factors of the following diseases and symptoms: bronchial asthma, irritable bowel syndrome, essential arterial hypertension, tension headache, dizziness, vegetative disorders such as panic attacks (often called "vegetovascular dystonia".
  • Stammering (logoneurosis). Violation of speech, which is characterized by frequent repetition or prolongation of sounds, syllables or words, or frequent stops or indecision in speech, tearing its rhythmic flow.
  • Bedwetting (enuresis), characterized by incontinence during sleep; in most cases it is observed in children.
  • Elderly and congenital dementia: psychiatric intellectual-mnestic syndrome; Congenital (mental retardation) or acquired (dementia) defeat of the intellect, as a result of which a person's ability to understand the connection between surrounding phenomena decreases, the ability to separate the main from the secondary is lost, the critic to his statements and behavior is lost.
  • Psychic akinesia (immobility). Impossibility of committing volitional or automated movements in the absence of paresis or paralysis. It is observed with organic lesions of the brain of the frontal localization, catatonic states, depressive stupor.
  • Sexual disorders: impotence and frigidity, vaginismus, homosexuality and sexual perversion. Hyperlibidomy is a pathological increase in sexual needs, leading to increased sexual activity. Gipolibidomy - lowering the level of sexual needs and sexual activity. In this disorder, an increase in the threshold of sensory impression is noted. Sexual complexes with the manifestation of suppressed or suppressed (both consciously and unconsciously) needs, desires, memories that affect the sensory sphere and sexual behavior. Partner sexual problems - pathological jealousy, for example, the so-called Othello syndrome (often develops in alcoholics), as well as the syndrome of provoked treason. Sexual phobias are unreasonable obsessive states of fear, accompanied by high psychoemotional stress and leading to the development of a reaction to protect against difficulties in sexual life by refusing to engage in sexual intercourse under any pretext, including the complete cessation of sexual life. Disorders of sexual life in men. Ejaculatory disorders, as well as disorders of male sexual pathology. A complex of sexual readiness, determining the possibility of a woman committing a sexual act. Vaginismus is a pathological condition in which a woman in a situation of intimacy, regardless of her will, reflexively comes to a strong spastic contraction of the muscles of the pelvic floor and vagina, making it impossible to perform sexual intercourse, as purely mechanical (due to a sharp narrowing of the entrance to the vagina, member), and for physiological reasons (because of the accompanying muscle spasm of a severe pain attack). Sexual coldness in women: there is a decrease in the level of sexual needs and sexual reactivity, lack of satisfaction with sexuality. Complex sexual incompetence of partners, with the emergence of various problems and difficulties during the sexual life of externally sexually successful partners. The feeling of disgust for the sexual partner is a serious kind of inter-partner sexual disorders. Anorgasmia - the constant lack of a woman's ability to achieve orgasm, manifested as in the process of sexual life, and during self-excitation. Orgasm without erection - a disorder characterized by the appearance of a man's ejaculation in the absence of an erection penis.
  • Therapy of critical conditions: divorce, dismissal, debts, sudden serious illness, consequences of destructive circumstances (for example, earthquake, robbery attacks)
  • Chronic diseases: schizophrenia in remission, bipolar emotional disorders, unipolar recurring depression, severe personality disorders.
  • Self-perception disorders. Personality disorders - long and persistent violations of various areas of mental activity, devoid of productive psychotic symptoms and manifested behavior, which affects either the patients themselves or society. Disorders usually appear in childhood or adolescence and continue throughout life.
  • Disturbances in food intake (bulimia nervosa - gluttony) with a sharp increase in appetite, usually occurring in the form of an attack and accompanied by a feeling of agonizing hunger, general weakness, pain in the epigastric region.



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