Nail biting is a nervous impulse or a form of obsessive-compulsive disorder. With it self-injury is possible.
Fingernail biting is not only ugly but can also bring health problems such as chronic nail inflammation or nail growth disorders.
Causes of nail-biting often include stress, nervousness, boredom, imbalance but also an imitation.
For many, nail-biting occurs only in stressful phases. This occasional fingernail biting can manifest as a real OCD. Therefore, sufferers should consider treatment early.
Use of hypnotherapy for nail-biting
Nail biting can also be an indication for a deeper mental disorder, but in many cases, it is simply a bad habit or a sign of tension” says Professor Steffen Moritz, a graduate psychologist at the Department of Psychiatry at the University Hospital Hamburg/ Eppendorf (UKE).
Biodynamic hypnosis is the method to finally stop the fingernail biting:
- Hypnosis has a deeply relaxing effect on the physical and mental level.
- Analytical hypnosis targets possible causes in the subconscious.
Your therapy for biting and chewing fingernails
• 2 to 5 sessions
• Session length: 2 or 3 hour
- Biodynamic – hypnotic intensive sessions for social phobia. Those include:
o Free telephone support
o Minimum one hypnosis CD/Stick for relaxation
• Regression and analytic-conversational hypnosis,
• Work with part-personalities,
• Healing of the inner child,
• MEFT (Mindful Emotional Freedom Therapy),
• NLP (Neuro-linguistic programming),
• Energy therapy – are used depending on the problem.
o Mindful self-hypnosis, which is a highly effective self-hypnosis technique for physical and mental self-influencing results.
You can find additional information regarding methods of biodynamic hypnosis HERE. Please also note the paragraph about contraindications. Any questions? Give us a call or arrange a ½ hour free appointment.
§§§ We are not doctors, do not make any medical diagnoses, administer or prescribe any medications and we do not give any promises of healing. Our work as a hypnotherapist (state approved for psychotherapy/health insurance) cannot replace a visit to a doctor. The therapists can decide in individual cases whether to accept or reject treatment.