Hypnosis Q & A with Cheryl Beshada C.M. Ht.


Hypnotherapy is the art of using the hypnotic state to elicit positive change and improvement in beliefs, behaviors and physical conditions. Below are answers that may help you understand hypnosis better and decide if it is right for you!

Q.  Can hypnosis help with teeth grinding? I clench my teeth during sleep, and sometimes I catch myself doing that during the day. 

A. Grinding one’s teeth is usually a subconscious response due to stress. Often, people subconsciously grind their teeth when they are not aware of it, especially during sleep. If the subconscious feels that it is helping you cope with stress by creating tension elsewhere, grinding your teeth, or clenching your jaw, it will work overtime to help you do just that. Perhaps your subconscious is getting your attention with that discomfort and silently saying, “Take notice! I have a message for you! Hypnosis is one of the best ways to access the subconscious mind, give and receive messages, and make positive changes. Your hypnotherapist will educate and guide the subconscious to help you cope in new, more meaningful ways to help you overcome that behavior you choose to change. Usually, we use a three-session format that includes simple stress management techniques, including self-hypnosis. A professional hypnotist can formulate a specific program to help you meet your goals and relieve that tension that can manifest as Temporomandibular joint dysfunction (TMJ) or bruxism. 

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