Brain washing now assumes a whole new meaning during sleep and under hypnosis

///Brain washing now assumes a whole new meaning during sleep and under hypnosis

Brain washing now assumes a whole new meaning during sleep and under hypnosis

The latest scientific advances in brain research, sophisticated equipment and technology continually reveal new mind phenomena.

Can you believe scientists have literally concluded that “brain washing” happens in your sleep and its actually good for you!

brain imageAccording to a groundbreaking Press Release, a Scientific Study funded by NIH National Institute of Health, reveals “brain washing” takes place during sleep, efficiently clearing away toxic byproducts. This study is creating a whole new understanding of the “role” sleep plays in our lives.

The study revealed that a “network of tiny fluid filled channels” wash away toxins from the brain. Apparently, these brain channels expand by 60%, to allow efficient washing away of plaques, toxins and other byproducts. And, this “brain washing” apparently only happens when; the brain is in the state of sleep, is unconscious, during anaesthetic or in a coma.

Beneficial “brain washing” may also happen in hypnosis! 

Furthermore, I believe this beneficial “brain washing” may also happen in hypnosis. After all, hypnosis is derived from “hypnos” a Greek word for sleep.

In conclusion, during hypnosis the brain enters into an altered resting state, similar to sleep. This altered state of hypnosis produces beneficial results far beyond the removal of neurotoxic waste products.

As a hypnotherapist I am privileged to have first hand evidence and invaluable feedback from clients, who have during hypnosis cleared old habits; such as smoking or gambling; or dispersed variety of negative emotions. My esteemed colleagues report similar results from clients from all walks of life.

Further reading on this subject:
NIH – National Institues of Health (US Dept of Health & Human Services)
BBC UK

Written by: Katherine Ferris,
Clinical Hypnotherapist

For more information on clinical hypnotherapy to quit smoking or if you want to make an appointment for a hypnosis therapy session, please call Katherine Ferris, a Registered Clinical Hypnotherapist in Annandale and Sydney CBD, a Stop Smoking Hypnotherapist specialist in Sydney on 02 9568 6801, complete my contact form or book a session online.

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2017-09-27T13:10:12+00:00