When administered by a qualified and experienced hypnotherapist, hypnotherapy is generally considered safe and free from significant side effects or risks.  
However, it's worth noting that individuals may experience minor effects such as headaches, drowsiness, or temporary changes in mood immediately following a session.  
In very rare cases, hypnotherapy may also lead to false memories or heightened emotional responses. It's essential to disclose any relevant medical or mental health conditions to your hypnotherapist to ensure personalised and safe treatment.  
Overall, hypnotherapy is a well-tolerated therapy with a low risk of adverse effects when practiced by trained professionals. 
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