By definition, fainting is a state in which someone has no consciousness for a short time - is powerless. However, it is also the feeling of feeling powerless and helpless. Through the images and filming of hypnosis, an image of it has been created that people can be afraid of. The fear of coming into such a powerlessness through hypnosis can therefore be a topic. However, the fear of not being able to act, of being powerless, of not being able to come out of the state of hypnosis, or even of having to endure everything as a will-less victim, is completely unfounded. Hypnosis is not a state of powerlessness - at any time. People are capable of acting and making decisions at any moment during therapy with hypnosis and, most importantly, they are conscious and not unconscious during the entire time of hypnosis.
You can read more about your own control in hypnosis in our FAQ section at: Do I lose control through hypnosis