Our expert says:
Hypnotherapy used as PART of a general therapeutic plan, in this case as PART of an anaesthetic, in this case to ease the use of proper anaesthetics, as a foprm of pre-med, can, I agree, be usedful, when provided by a properly trained health practitioner working within a therapeutic team. It unquestionably does help a person rlax and can aid analgesia. This is significantly different from the many other conditions in which miracles are promised and expected, and untrained "therapists" who have no proper health science qualifications, are used.
And of course the fish had to jump in. Does this H guy have nothing else to do in his life than haunt this site praying for a message about hypnosis, so he can jump in and prey ?
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