By William J. Cromie Gazette Staff. Date May 8,
Is it really possible to increase the size of your Breasts using Hypnosis? Could it possibly be a fact that you can use the power of your mind, relaxation, and guided imagery to grow larger boobs? But as with any claim that seems too good to be true it — it deserves further investigation.
Some argue that hypnosis is just a trick. Others, however, see it as bordering on the paranormal — mysteriously transforming people into mindless robots. Now our recent review of a number of research studies on the topic reveals it is actually neither.
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Hypnosis is an altered state of awareness in which you are relaxed but have focused attention. Clinical hypnosis by qualified hypnotherapists is a medically recognized therapy used to treat emotional or physical problems. It is very different from hypnosis shows that are done for entertainment.
Hypnosurgery is a name used for an operation where the patient is sedated using hypnotherapy rather than traditional anaesthetics. It is claimed that hypnosis for anaesthesia has been used since the s where it was pioneered by the surgeon James Braid. There is insufficient evidence to support the efficacy of hypnosis in managing pain in other contexts, such as childbirth  or post-operative pain.
Allan Cyna is affiliated with the Australian Society of Hypnosis executive member. Republish our articles for free, online or in print, under Creative Commons licence. Hypnosis in one form or another has been around for thousands of years, but until recently, evidence to support its biological and clinically powerful effects have been lacking. Today hypnosis is used by clinicians around the world to help manage pain, childbirth, phobia and anxiety — particularly in children.
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