Benefits of Hypnotherapy for Restarting Pregnancy

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Hypnotherapy or hypnosis therapy is a method related to psychological health. So, what is the role of hypnotherapy in the IVF program?

Parents may already be familiar with hypnotherapy. Hypnotherapy, also known as hypnosis therapy, is one of the treatment methods commonly used to address psychological issues such as anxiety and phobias.

Hypnosis therapy is carried out by entering the patient’s subconscious mind to provide suggestions in the healing process. There are many uses and benefits of hypnotherapy in the medical field, making it often used as an alternative to address specific health issues.

Benefits of Hypnotherapy

Hypnosis therapy can help in treatment by changing a person’s attitudes, perceptions, and behaviors towards something. Here are the benefits of hypnotherapy that parents can experience, such as:

  • Improving mental and physical health

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  • Enhancing relaxation

  • Reducing stress levels

  • Assisting in changing lifestyle habits that may have a negative impact on the body and health

Furthermore, psychological treatment methods are often used in the treatment of conditions such as:

  • Insomnia

  • Panic attacks

  • Depression

  • Sexual problems

  • Smoking addiction

  • Pregnancy and smoking

  • Sleep disorders

  • Phobias and fears

  • Obesity

How Does Hypnotherapy Work?

Hypnosis therapy or hypnotherapy is part of psychotherapy. This is because it is carried out by a hypnotherapist who explores the patient’s thoughts, feelings, and memories stored in their subconscious mind.

In this therapy, the patient is made to relax and focus, encouraging them to talk about everything, including pain, fear, and trauma they have experienced, and when it all first occurred.

Subsequently, the hypnotherapist will provide suggestions to the patient with the goal of changing habits, behaviors, and how to deal with disruptive issues.

Later on, the hypnotherapist will guide the patient on how to face their worries, fears, and feelings so that they gradually fade and disappear. After successful suggestion, the hypnotherapy will return the patient to full consciousness.

How Does Hypnotherapy Work for Failed Pregnancy Programs?

Did you know that hypnotherapy can also be used to address worries, sadness, and fears after a failed or unsuccessful attempt at pregnancy, such as in vitro fertilization (IVF)?

Based on the various benefits mentioned above, hypnotherapy can help relax the body and mind and reduce stress levels. This condition is commonly experienced by couples who have not succeeded in their pregnancy programs. However, excessive stress can disrupt health and fertility.

This treatment method is expected to help couples who feel sad, worried, or even afraid to start the pregnancy program again so that they can face it with a better condition.

If you are ready to start your pregnancy program again at Bocah Indonesia and return to your #OriginalPlan to have offspring after an unsuccessful attempt at IVF, Bocah Indonesia offers Embryology Counseling (EC) services.

Are you ready to start your pregnancy program again at Bocah Indonesia? Let’s consult now!

This article has been medically reviewed by Dr. Chitra Fatimah.

Source:

  • National Health Service. 2021. Hypnotherapy. https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/hypnotherapy/
  • Sawn, A., Breuner, C.C. (2017). Clinical Hypnosis, an Effective Mind–Body Modality for Adolescents with Behavioral and Physical Complaints. Children 2017, 4(4), 19. https://www.mdpi.com/2227-9067/4/4/19
  • Fuhr, K., et al. (2021). Efficacy of hypnotherapy compared to cognitive behavioral therapy for mild to moderate depression – Results of a randomized controlled rater-blind clinical trial. Journal of Affective Disorders, Volume 286, 1 May 2021, Pages 166-173. https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S0165032721002032?via%3Dihub
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