The difference between hypnosis and hypnotherapy

Hypnosis can be defined as an altered state of mind where an individual has been hypnotised. While under hypnosis, individual perception is not only altered, but may also enhance individual memory.

On the other hand, hypnotherapy is the name of the therapeutic modality in which hypnosis is used to enhance a medical intervention (Krouwel M, Jolly K, 2016) Many people have expressed substantial benefits from pain and suffering as a result.

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The difference between hypnosis and hypnotherapy

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