Stop Nail Biting Habit Therapy In Kuala Lumpur & SelangorClinical & Mental Health Services
What is Nail Biting as a Habit ?
Our team of hypnotherapists is ready to provide hypnosis treatment to stop nail biting based in Kuala Lumpur and Selangor, Malaysia. It is considered a pathological oral habit and grooming disorder that often results in damage to fingernails and surrounding skin tissue. The addiction usually starts in early childhood and becomes more pronounced during adolescent year and may continue through adulthood. People enjoy doing so when they feel stressed, nervous, bored or even when hungry. The act of chewing on nails has been reported to manage light tension or boredom. While the habit may cease with age in some people, chronic bite may lead to psychological and medical symptoms if left untreated. In order to drop this destructive habit, professional treatment should be sought after. If you have a habit of chewing nails and finding an effective approach to resolve it, make an appointment with our team in Phileo Damansara today.
What is hypnotherapy used for?
Change Bad Habits
How Does Hypnotherapy Help
Nail biting is associated with stress and anxiety. As people may differ in their response towards fear and distress, nail biting has become an unconscious habit started in some individuals when dealing with stressful situations. Nonetheless, stopping a bad habit is easy when you are fully aware of it. To stop this destructive habit, hypnotherapy is deemed the most effective way to overcome it by helping you to be more mindful of what you are doing. Our teams can work with you to cope with traumatic situations as well as to create positive change to nail biting habits. Hypnotherapy deals by placing you into a super-relaxed state whereby your brain would be more open up for recommendations. During this state of highly focused concentration, our hypnotherapist can speak to your subconscious mind and make your mind more aware of the existence of this habitual violence. Then, by acknowledging the negative impacts of nail biting, your conscious mind will then be able to win control to decide whether to continue the irritable habit. Most people find that hypnotherapy successfully free themselves of the habit of nail biting and not rebounded. Besides that, our therapist will also share personalised techniques to form positive habits and counteract stressful situations.
Frequently Asked Questions
How hypnotherapy works to change unwanted habits?
Habits are generally stemmed from the subconscious mind. Hence, hypnotherapy can help to remove unwanted habits at the subconscious level when the mind is more open to positive suggestions at relaxed state. Besides, your subconscious mind can be retrained to search for alternative tactics to counteract stressful situations.
Will the unwanted habit ever return after hypnotherapy?
No one can guarantee if you will ever plunge into doing the unwanted actions again. However, it is very rare that an individual would make a conscious decision to resort back to unwanted habits after successfully treated with hypnotherapy including nail biting, hair pulling, smoking and overeating.
Will I experience withdrawal symptoms when changing habits?
Hypnotherapy helps you to break from unwanted habits with ease and safety. This is because your mind is now more aware of what you are doing and gains control in life to stop unwanted habits with confidence.
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