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Hypnotherapy for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

Unlock renewed vitality with hypnotherapy for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. Our non-invasive approach works with your subconscious, addressing fatigue’s root causes, managing energy, and reducing stress. Hypnotherapy can help you reclaim your life, free from the shadow of chronic fatigue. Embrace the potential for healing, transformation, and rediscovered energy today.

Why Hypnotherapy for CFS?

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS) is a disorder where extreme tiredness persists and won’t go away with sleep or rest. Unfortunately conventional medicine doesn’t really understand CFS or how to effectively treat it. To them the cause of chronic fatigue syndrome is unknown, although there are many theories — ranging from viral infections to psychological stress. Some experts believe chronic fatigue syndrome might be triggered by a combination of factors.

Potential Causes:

People who have chronic fatigue syndrome appear to be hypersensitive to even normal amounts of exercise and activity.

. Potential triggers include:

  • Viral infections. Because some people develop chronic fatigue syndrome after having a viral infection, researchers question whether some viruses might trigger the disorder. Suspicious viruses include Epstein-Barr virus, human herpes virus 6 and mouse leukemia viruses. No conclusive link has yet been found.
  • Immune system problems. The immune systems of people who have chronic fatigue syndrome appear to be impaired slightly, but it’s unclear if this impairment is enough to actually cause the disorder
  • Hormonal imbalances. People who have chronic fatigue syndrome also sometimes experience abnormal blood levels of hormones produced in the hypothalamus, pituitary glands or adrenal glands. But the significance of these abnormalities is still unknown.
  • Past Emotional/Psychological Issues. The past echos into present and emotions or memories that aren’t processed to completion can have an affect on us

In my experience everybody who has seen me for CFS has persistently ‘overdone’ it in someway in the past, usually by one or more of the following:

  • Pushing past physical barriers and not listening to the body
  • Trying to do too much
  • Moving 100mph in a 70mph lane
  • Post-viral echos
  • Past mental health issues that were ignored
  • Putting others first to own detriment
  • Ignoring the body when it gives you a nudge to change/slow down
  • Driven people than have driven themselves into the ground

You brain is remarkable at slowing you down if it thinks you need it. The problem is it may be slowing you down from something that happened a long time ago and it just needs reassurances that you have taken notice, once this happens then the program can update.

Emotions, when stuck in the system, can also have a ‘bearing down’ effect that leads to fatigue. This can be released with hypnosis so the system can feel light and energized again!

If you have Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and would like help in being free from it then give me a call.

I’m looking forward to helping you get free from CFS!

Who Should do it?

Hypnotherapy can be a beneficial tool for individuals with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome as it aids in managing stress, improving sleep quality, and fostering positive lifestyle changes, all of which can contribute to alleviating the persistent tiredness associated with this condition. Do you:

What our clients say


For years I’ve suffered with excess sweating when in any situation where the focus is on me or I’m nervous, like giving a presentation or being around new people. This was really affecting my job as my job involved a lot of presentations and meeting new people! My mum has had hypnosis before so I thought I would give it a try. I don’t know how Paul did it but after one session I felt more confident and was able to lead a normal life without excess sweating, he even stuck my hand to my leg which I thought was brilliant!



I’ve suffered total hair loss through alopecia, I’ve had no more than three hairs on my body at one point since it began three years ago . . .
Paul had hair growing back on my head and face within 2 days of our first session… Three sessions and four weeks later. I’ve got at least a hundred fine white hairs on my head and around 30 scattered elsewhere. It seems to be growing again . .
I also feel STRONGER and BETTER . . . I can never thank Paul enough



Hi Paul, I hope you’re keeping well. I just wanted to get in touch to let you know that following on from the successes during your alopecia hypnotherapy trial, my hair continued to grow and has now fully recovered. For the first time in 11 years I have my curls back and I look like me again! My wigs are back in their box and I honestly can’t thank you enough for setting me on the path to getting all of this fixed. All the best.



What you will achieve

Here are some of the achievements you are likely to achieve by working with me to help resolve your problems

Improved Energy Management

Working with a hypnotherapist can help recalibrate your subconscious perceptions about your energy levels, enabling you to distribute and manage your energy more effectively throughout the day

Stress Reduction

Hypnotherapy sessions can help reduce stress and anxiety, common triggers for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome flare-ups, thereby fostering a calmer, more centered state of mind

Better Sleep Patterns

A significant achievement for many is improved sleep quality. Hypnotherapy can aid in establishing healthier sleep patterns, essential for recovery and managing fatigue

Enhanced Mind-Body Connection

Hypnotherapy can foster a deeper mind-body connection, helping you recognize early signals of fatigue and respond appropriately, preventing unnecessary burnouts

Positive Attitude Towards Life

Over time, chronic fatigue can breed negative thoughts and emotions. Hypnotherapy can help shift these patterns, promoting a more positive, optimistic outlook.


Working with a hypnotherapist can enhance your understanding of your condition and empower you with techniques to manage it, thus reducing feelings of helplessness and boosting your confidence in dealing with CFS

Commonly Asked Questions about Hypnotherapy

Hypnotherapy is a therapeutic approach that utilizes hypnosis to access the subconscious mind, allowing for positive changes in thoughts, behaviors, and emotions. It is a safe and effective method of addressing various issues and achieving personal growth.

Yes, hypnotherapy is a safe practice when conducted by a trained and certified hypnotherapist. Clients are always in control and cannot be made to do anything against their will. The therapist guides the client into a relaxed state where positive suggestions and therapy can take place.

Hypnotherapy can help with a wide range of issues, including addiction, anxiety, weight management, smoking cessation, phobias, and improving confidence or motivation. It can also be used for relaxation, stress management, and enhancing performance in various areas of life.

The duration of a hypnotherapy session can vary depending on the therapist and the specific needs of the client. Typically, sessions range from 60 to 90 minutes, although some might be shorter or longer. It is important to discuss session length and frequency with your hypnotherapist.

The number of sessions required will depend on the nature of the issue being addressed, the individual client, and their goals. Some clients may see positive results in just a few sessions, while others might benefit from ongoing therapy. Your hypnotherapist will work with you to create a personalized treatment plan.

Yes, almost everyone can be hypnotized to some degree. It is a natural state of mind that we enter multiple times a day, like when we daydream or become engrossed in a book or movie. However, the level of depth achieved during hypnotherapy may vary from person to person

During hypnosis, clients typically experience a deep state of relaxation and/or heightened focus. It is often described as a pleasant and calm sensation, similar to being absorbed in a daydream or meditative state. Clients remain aware of their surroundings and are always in control of their thoughts and actions.

Yes, it is common for clients to remember the majority, if not all, of what happens during a hypnotherapy session. While the experience may feel dream-like, hypnosis is not a state of unconsciousness. You will be able to recall the suggestions and insights provided by the therapist.

No, you do not need to believe in hypnosis for it to be effective. Hypnotherapy can benefit individuals regardless of their beliefs or skepticism. The therapy is grounded in scientific principles and works by accessing the subconscious mind to make positive changes.

When choosing a hypnotherapist, it is important to consider their qualifications, experience, and areas of expertise. Look for certifications from reputable hypnosis organizations and ask about their training and background. Additionally, a good fit between you and the therapist is crucial, so trust your instincts and feel comfortable in their presence.

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