Medical Hypnosis


Medical-HypnosisQualified Medical Hypnotists employ this therapeutic modality at Suwasevana Hospital for complete physical, mental and social wellbeing of individuals. It is extremely useful in treating a wide variety of common ailments and in situations where conventional medical management has proved to be either inadequate or totally ineffective.






 Hypnosis in the management of common conditions.
• Nocturnal enuresis (bed wetting)
• Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS)
• Tics, habit spasms, nail biting, thumb sucking.
• Anxiety states, blushing
• Phobias
• Panic attacks
• Sleep Disorders
• Nightmares
• Night terrors
• Insomina
• Erectile inadequacy (Impotence)
• Premature Ejaculation
• Dyspareunia
• Frgigity
• Homosexuality
• Transvestism
• Stammering
• Writer’s Cramp Viral warts
• Hyperhidrosis (excessive sweating in palms and soles)
• Trichotillomania (Compulsive hair plucking)
• Depression
• Obsessive Compulsive Disorders
• Sexual Disorders
• Lack of interest in studies
• Poor performance in sports
• Alcohol and Drug abuse
• Gambling
• Psychogenic asthmatic attacks
• Dysmenorrhoea
• Premenstrual tension
• Pregnancy and labour

Hypnosis in the management of unique situations when conventional management is inadequate or ineffective

Recurrent, excruciating Intractable pain
• post-herpetic neuralgia,
• trigeminal neuralgia,
• migranous neuralgia,
• chronic arthritis,
• phantom limb pain,
• cancer pain etc.

Removal of Traumatic Memories
Traumatic memories lead to depression or Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PSTD). Since there are no drugs or any other technique available to remove the traumatic memories, it can only be achieved by Memory Substitution under hypnotic trance. This is another unique application of Hypnosis.

Intractable Depression.
When the depression is secondary to a repressed traumatic memory, patient does not respond to antidepressants or electro convulsive therapy unless and until the painful memory is removed under hypnosis.

Diagnosis and treatment of psychogenic fits.
In 1995, Pro.Harry Meinardi, University, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, emphasized the importance of Hypnosis as the only diagnostic tool available in differentiating Pseudo – epileptic seizures. In addition Hypnosis can be successfully employed in the management of pseudo-epileptic fits.
Resistant dermatological conditions such as
Extensive viral warts
• Hyperhidrosis,
• trichotillomania,
• intractable eczema and
• psoriasis,

All forms of resistant sexual disorders and deviations