People who use hypnotherapy as part of a medical practice generally work in clean, comfortable, soothing surroundings. Because hypnotherapists work to put their patients into a calm, relaxed state for treatment, most offices will be free of extra noise, light, and other distractions. Hypnotherapists often have a monotonous noisemaker—such as a metronome or loud clock—for patients to focus on while they are being hypnotized. The patient may be seated in a comfortable chair or lying down on a sofa.
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