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Dartitis........Hypnotherapy Can help

Dartitis is a condition which is well known in the darts playing community, but generally unheard of outside of this. Dartitis can manifest itself in many different ways, the main one seems to be that the player cannot release the dart at the end of the throwing action. Can hypnotherapy help? Dartitis is a purely psychological problem, given the fact that the players affected usually don't have a physical problem with controlling their hands, wrists and arms generally. The cause may well be stress or anxiety, and the problem with this is that it won't get any better if the sufferer already believes that it's going to happen to him or her again. If this is the root cause, then Hypnotherapy certainly can help. At Sequence we have successfully helped many players, both professional and social to get over this disabling syndrome, using a powerful combination of Hypnosis & Neuro Linguistic Programming. It usually takes just 1 session lasting about 2 hours, and we are so confident that we can cure the problem that we ask each client to bring their darts with them to the session, to show how they play before the session, and then how they play after the powerful combination of NLP & Hypnosis helps them turn the syndrome around.

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Other ways that the dreaded Dartitis can manifest itself are:

  • A loss of confidence
  • A Lack of concentration, like being unable to work out numbers and checkouts
  • A Lock up at the back end, or during the backward motion in your throw
  • The release point of the dart is erratic, resulting in snatched and pulled darts
  • Unsteadiness as the dart is released, and a feeling that you will fall forward
  • Falling forward or stepping over the Oche when throwing
  • A Jerky release and follow through
  • The backward motion "stutters" or is not smooth
  • Tension rising in your body, that peaks as you throw
  • Hesitancy at the back end of your throw