Hypnosis and hypnotism treatment

Hypnosis and hypnotism treatment has its roots in the 18th century gaining dynamism in the 19th century. Franz Mesmer, a German physician, discovered hypnosis in the late 18th century while treating his patients in Paris and Vienna. According to the American Society of Clinical Hypnosis, hypnotizing a patient involves creating a state of inner absorption, focused attention, and concentration. Despite the history of hypnosis association with magic and other traditional powers, modern-day medicine acknowledges the significance of hypnosis in helping children with cancer, asthma, and Tic Tourette syndrome manage their conditions.

Hypnosis is used in children, although controversial based on history, individual beliefs, and application. In children, hypnosis began usage in the 1980s and later increased during the 1990s when more scientists conducted research experiments. Association of hypnosis with witchcraft or dark magic has led to controversy, although research has suggested hyp...