Depression can often be a result of traumatic or distressing events. Traumatic triggers are people or situations that are closely associated with a traumatic event in your life.
When a loved one dies, they often have to manage their belongings, including their home and take on their responsibilities. These can all become trauma triggers. Depression can quickly set in if the person or family member who has lost a loved one is unable and unwilling to grieve fully.
Signs And Signs Of Depression
These are the signs and symptoms of depression. They can slowly creep in, like a fog on a sunny day that is getting darker every minute.
Symptom #1: “Now, I can’t get out of bed in the morning.” I don’t have the same passion for things as I did before.
Symptom #2: ” I’m experiencing body pains, and I worry about whether I have (fibromyalgia, cancer, arthritis, diabetes, etc. ).”
Symptom #3: ” I can’t stop eating and have gained 40lbs.
Symptom #4: “I have trouble sleeping at night, and I feel exhausted.”
Symptom #5: “I cry at the drop of a pin, but most of my time I feel numb.”
These symptoms are often treated by prescriptions from a doctor. A doctor will prescribe anti-depressants, sleep medication, or a diet and stop smoking program. These treatments are meant to treat symptoms, but not the root cause.
Talking about your feelings with a counselor can help you feel better for a while. Others may use relaxation techniques and positive affirmations. These common remedies for depression do not work because they don’t address the root causes.
How Does Clinical Hypnotherapy Treat Depression?
1. It allows you to enter your subconscious.
We first move from the conscious mind (which is only 10%) to the subconscious mind. We now address the entire person, not just the symptoms.
2. It allows you to identify the “unfinished work “.
Many people have “unfinished business” with what they feel is lost. This could be a loss of a loved one, job, or home. These unresolved emotions, including resentments and regrets, blames, anger, guilt, and jealousy, are stored in the body. They must be released as soon as the trigger event occurs. They can become deeply buried under the numbness of anti-depressant drugs, addictive behavior, and the concomitant repression that results from trauma and grief not being treated. Because it addresses the root cause of depression, clinical hypnotherapy can help.
3. It helps you “finish” the “unfinished business” and release the stored emotions/experiences.
Hypnotherapy allows us to get to the root of these trauma experiences, memories, and stored emotions in order to free them from our minds and bodies. After the hypnotherapy session is over, clients report that their depression has subsided and that compulsive thoughts and behavior have been stopped.
4. It can help you to replace trauma with positivity.
We can remove the fearful, repetitive thoughts that haunt us after traumatic experiences by using clinical hypnotherapy. Because the emotional trauma has been dealt with, positive affirmations work.
5. This tool allows you to use the power and hypnotic suggestion for long-term improvement.
Hypnotherapy is a powerful way to tap into the individual’s power to influence the body. After self-destructive thoughts and behaviors are resolved, an individual can use hypnotic suggestibility to improve their body’s functioning. Hypnotherapy can help with chronic pain, restlessness, low energy, libido, and headaches. Hypnosis for depression Sydney can also be used to improve motivation to exercise and eat well.