22nd June 08:14
Hypnotherapy is like every other therapy or medication: There's no way
to tell if it will do you any good until you try it. In general, I'd
expect it to work best on people with "normal" neurochemistry, less
well on people who have chemically-induced depression. However, it's
quick, it's easy, and it's harmless (you can't be "programmed" to do
bad things), so why not give it a try? Just don't expect much. That
way, if you get a benefit, you can be pleasantly surprised.
I've tried it, found it of questionable use, but that says nothing
about what it might do for you.
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