How to Use Hypnosis to Measure the Physiological Effects of Emotions on the Body

Hypnosis is one of the best non-invasive methods of affecting the human body in new ways through consciousness. It is sometimes surprising how much the mind can affect the body. More and more every day, we find news stories about the links between mind and body. While we all may wonder exactly how this link plays a role in our lives, some understandings are arising to help us understand.’

Medical Treatments and Hypnosis

One of the most apparent effects that hypnosis can have on the body for actual physical measurement is medical procedures. For example, muscular tone can be measured by EMG and controlled by hypnotic techniques. Over a period of time, this training begins to benefit muscle tone and coordination through hypnosis. The result should be lasting relief. The same is true for psychological treatments using hypnosis.

The Open Mind

The use of hypnotherapy techniques is a good method for measuring the effects of emotions on the body. Emotions cause the body to react in a variety of different ways. For example, hear rate will increase during periods of fear and anxiety. This can be measured during a hypnotic state of mind since it can be easily reproduced. Ultimately, the goal is self-improvement through improvement of the mind.


All of these processes used to change subliminal consciousness for the better of the body are designed to target the subconscious mind in such a manner as to produce lasting results. Guidance by professionals is going to be the needed factor to produce the positive results for real improvement. It is now clearly understood the manner in which emotional effects on bodily functions do occur.

How Can The Body React?

If you think about how people will react to emergency situations, you will understand that a fight or flight reaction is one of the first responses to fear. In a clinical setting, while a subject is exposed to stressful stimuli, the reaction is usually the same or similar. The only difference is that the hypnotized individual usually has a higher threshold for the effects of the anxiety than others do.

Hypnosis Promotes Awareness

Have you ever been in one of those fearful situations in which you cannot seem to make any sense of the situation? This result is typically due to a menacing but real threat which comes into awareness.

The problem with untrained responses is they are reactive. With mind-training, you can have clearer perceptions and a better response to any challenging circumstance due to increased awareness through the measurement of your own activities during a hypnotic trance.

It is clear that hypnosis has so many applications that it is hard to keep up with them all. Also clear is the fact that these practices can produce keen awareness while helping professionals determine the real physiological effects of certain emotions by using hypnosis. These methods should not be ignored and should be strengthen by further research. It will be the testing of the means and method.