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Concentrate More With Hypnosis

Date Added: November 20, 2008 01:43:09 AM
Author: Nancy Ho
Category: Others
The deeper the absorption the deeper trance-like state and the greater the concentration. When in deep meditation, Buddhist monks are able to shut down their five senses, and go into a deep and trance-like state. You may have heard of amazing mental feats like recalling long strings of numbers, calculating square roots of large numbers and so on. When we are experiencing a pleasurable situation, our sense of time distorts because we are so focused and absorbed moment to moment. Almost anyone can concentrate and achieve super-human results. The exceptions are infants, young children, and people with mental disorders like schizophrenia. The key to the ability to performing all these feats of mind is a calm, relaxed and concentrated mind. In general, any healthy person will be able to concentrate. Hypnotherapy Can Help You Our ability to focus depends, to a very large extent, on the levels of dopamine in our body, and stress is a major cause of low dopamine levels. Sometimes lack of concentration arises from stress at work, home or from relationships. Conditions like these can be managed. However, some experiences can be so traumatic that they deeply scar a person mentally. During the First World War many victims of shell shock were treated using hypnosis. Today we know shell shock by the term post-traumatic stress disorder or PTSD, and two key symptoms of PTSD are sleeping disorders and poor concentration. If, in spite of all your best efforts, you still cant resolve your poor concentration or it relapses, there may be some blocks which are at the root of it. You may want to seek the help of a psychotherapist or a hypnotherapist. Hypnotherapy can help a great deal with deep emotional and mental blocks. A hypnotherapist will be able to determine if yours is a deep emotional problem and will take you back in time to relive your experience. By accessing the sub-conscious in the hypnotic state the hypnotherapist will take you back to relive the experience. By reliving the trauma of the experience you will be able desensitise yourself and release the fear, pain or remorse that has held you in its grip. Over time you will find yourself feeling lighter, more joyful and better at concentrating. If you have an issue that bothers you and affects your concentration why not call a hypnotherapist for help? Call Nancy Ho, an experienced and well qualified Clinical Hypnotherapist, at 62727118 for an appointment. Tell her about your problem, and discuss a plan to help you resolve it once and for all. To read more about concentration, visit our website: http://hypnosisoneonone.com/oneonone/category/concentration/
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