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We do not diagnose or cure any diseases.

The following topics will not be worked on:


  • Mental disability: the effects of hypnosis are difficult to predict

  • Severe cardiovascular diseases: in which deep relaxation is contraindicated (this includes, for example, cardiac insufficiency)

  • Psychosis: eg schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, endogenous depression, borderline personality disorder or other serious mental illness, especially when delusions or dissociative symptoms are present

  • Depression: Hypnosis is particularly suitable for the treatment of mild to moderate and reactive depression (no endogenous or masked depression)

  • Psychotropic drugs: These can partially or massively affect the effects of hypnosis. Antidepressants can prevent a trance at all. The use of psychotropic drugs, of course, indicates a serious mental or neurological disease, in which cases the impact of the use of hypnosis is not possible to predict, because the individual effect of psychotropic drugs from client to client can be very different.

  • Alcohol, drug or drug dependence: In dependent clients, brain function is often strongly influenced by alcohol, drugs or medications. As a result, the effect of hypnosis is severely limited, changed or is completely out. In addition, dangerous side effects (delirium, increased suicidality) may occur or symptoms such as drug-induced hallucinations and paranoia may be exacerbated.

  • Personality disorders: Hypnosis can be used to stabilize, but it is considered to be little or not promising in terms of "healing" the PS itself.

  • Recent heart attack or stroke: People who recently had a heart attack or a stroke (in recent weeks) are at risk of another seizure due to vasodilation.

  • Thrombosis patients: There is a risk that the thrombus will detach and move and cause an embolism.

  • Epilepsy: There is a risk that a seizure will be triggered. Absolute contraindication.

  • Major diseases of the central nervous system, such as advanced Parkinson's disease (hypnosis may increase deficits).

  • Pregnancy: Applications such as smoking cessation, weight loss, blockages or regressions, as a rule, are not appropriate.

  • Children and adolescents: Both parents must be in agreement with the treatment. Must have the consent of the legal representatives.



In addition, hypnosis should not be applied:

  • In people with fear of hypnosis

  • For people with religious concerns (no religious conflicts)


The hypnosis can aggravate:

  • Migraine: Due to filter problems in the brain, the client is in phases or permanently over-sensitive eg to noise. In addition, the brain may have problems leaving the "alarmed awake state." The brain is often unable to create and maintain a hypnosis state.

  • ADD / ADHD: In this disorder, the brain has trouble generating certain frequencies. As a result, the brain may not reach the hypnosis state.

  • Strong fatigue / tiredness of the client: The body tends here often to excessive relaxation or to fall asleep. The brain can only conditionally maintain a hypnosis state.

  • Low blood pressure: The blood pressure during hypnosis may drop even further. This is usually not a problem because the blood pressure does not fall below its relative minimum even during hypnosis (no cases known). Nevertheless, clients with low blood pressure often have an increased tendency to fall asleep. It is also important to ensure that these clients have sufficient time after the hypnosis to fully awake again before they go on the road.

  • Hormonal Disorders: Such as thyroid disease and the associated medication, menopausal hormone fluctuations and the like.

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