Hypnotherapy and Impotence

A number of studies show that  around 10 percent of men experience erectile dysfunction, also known as impotence. The condition can involve a total inability to achieve an erection or happen inconsistently or for only a few minutes. Hypnosis can be effective in treating this condition, provided that the range of possible physical causes have first been eliminated.

When Impotence-cureimpotence has a psychological cause, it can be the result of one small thought locked away in the subconscious. Hypnosis can help find and identify that thought and either eliminate it or change your reaction to it.

Clinical hypnosis has three approaches. One works on the belief that the human mind is capable of using imagery to bring about desired results. Another method focuses on the power of suggestion. It integrates into your mind alternative responses to how you previously reacted when you were unable to perform. This is a more successful approach.

Finally, hypnosis can  unearth the hidden feelings, thoughts or memories that may be causing your problem in the first place. This method is considered the most successful.

Two studies support the success of hypnotherapy for impotence. The Scandinavian Journal of Urology and Nephrology found that 75 percent of the men in its study experienced improvement after hypnotherapy. The British Journal of Urology reported the same result when no physiological cause was responsible for the problem.

The British Journal of Urology found that when successful, hypnosis works better in patients than either testosterone or trazodone.

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