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7 Ways Hypnosis Can Help You Achieve Your Goals | Serene Hypnotherapy - Calgary

February 05, 20243 min read


Hypnosis is a centuries-old technique that has been used to treat a variety of physical and mental conditions. It is a safe and highly effective method of achieving deep relaxation that can help you to identify and overcome unproductive thought patterns and behaviours. Hypnosis can help you to break bad habits, overcome anxiety and depression, and boost your self-confidence. In this blog post, we will explore the top 7 ways that hypnosis can help you achieve your goals and improve your overall mental wellbeing.

Quit Smoking:

One of the most well-known uses of hypnosis is to quit smoking. Hypnosis works by reinforcing the decision to quit smoking and helping to eliminate cravings. I does this by reframing your perspective of your current relationship with tobacco, nicotine and tar.

Weight Loss:

Many people struggle with weight loss and hypnosis can help. Hypnosis can help you to avoid emotional eating and develop better eating habits. Many people “Stress Eat” to make themselves feel better from the effects of cortisol which is in our body when we feel anxious, upset or stressed.

Reduce Anxiety:

Hypnosis can help you to reduce anxiety levels by calming your mind and allowing you to relax. This can be particularly helpful in reducing symptoms of panic attacks and social anxiety disorder. Often, hypnotherapy can get to the root cause of why we are feeling anxious. Often, this anxiety is from an earlier event or child hood experience that has simply “Stuck” with us well into adulthood.

Overcome Depression:

Hypnosis can help you change negative thinking patterns and provide a more positive outlook on life. Henry Ford once said “Whether you think you can or you think you can’t - You’re right!” Our thoughts can influence us both positively and negatively. Hypnosis creates a sense of empowerment and control over your life, giving you the confidence to overcome depression by reframing limiting beliefs and negative self chatter.

Improve Sleep:

Hypnosis can be used to improve sleep quality by helping you to relax and fall asleep easily. Hypnosis is very calming and often extremely relaxing. This is because you are in a meditative state, feeling peaceful and relaxed. A qualified therapist will leave you with excellent tools to help get into a state of deep relaxation each night. This treatment can be especially beneficial for those suffering from insomnia.

Build Confidence:

Hypnosis can help to overcome negative thinking patterns and build self-confidence. Often, our thoughts can limit our self esteem and self worth. When someone suffers from imposter syndrome, they feel unworthy about their success. Hypnotherapy is excellent and extremely useful for those who lack confidence in social or work situations.

Improve Communication Skills:

Hypnosis can help you to communicate more effectively by improving your focus and concentration. It can help eliminate the fear of public speaking or limiting thoughts about your presentation’s success. Being more confident, calm and focused makes it easier to listen and respond appropriately by demonstrating to the other person that you are vested, present and in the moment.


Hypnosis is a powerful tool that can help you achieve your goals and improve your mental health, increase your confidence and communicate with ease. It is a safe, natural, and highly effective method of deep relaxation that can be used to break bad habits, overcome anxiety and depression, and improve your overall quality of life. Whether you are looking to quit smoking, lose weight, or improve your communication skills, hypnosis can help you to get there faster and easier than other traditional methods. So if you’re looking for a way to improve your mental wellbeing, ask questions from a qualified Clinical Hypnotherapist and give hypnosis a try.


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Eliot Hoppe

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