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Hypnosis has been used for disorders like anxiety, lack of confidence, and insomnia. Of late, hypnosis for weight loss has gotten popular. It's believed to modify one's eating habits and reduce stress, impulsive eating, and lack of restraint. But, it's important to remember that its effectiveness is dependent on your brain composition and your relationship with the hypnotizer. Additionally, the research supporting hypnosis for weight loss is scant. Hence, hypnosis can't replace diet and exercise.
With over a billion users worldwide and 480,000 deaths every year in the US alone, tobacco continues to be one of the most harmful...
Nightmare disorder is a type of sleep disorder. About 4 percent of adults have it, but it’s more common in people with post-traumatic stress disorder. Medication for nightmare disorder include antidepressants and cortisol, but cognitive behavioral therapy has comparatively lesser side effects. Most of the other treatment options have you face the nightmares. After repeated exposure, therapy is designed to help fears and stressors “move out” of your mind.
Have you ever experienced a craving for something so powerful that your mouth actually watered with just a thought of it? You may have...
Practice relaxation techniques such as meditation, rhythmic exercise, full body massage, or soaking in a spa or hot tub to help relieve the muscle tension and boost your energy, mood. Surround yourself with positive people and be sure to create "family time" in the calendar as a priority. Eat healthy balanced meals and get enough sleep to allow your body to unwind, replenish.
Endometriosis results in a mild irritant to almost immobilizing pains. Consider these tried and tested natural methods to manage the pain.
Hemicrania continua is a rare headache that can be either chronic or episodic. Read on, learn more about the causes, preventive steps and treatment options.
If you are reading this, congratulations - you are making a conscious effort to move toward a healthier lifestyle (read to quit smoking!). It...
Hypnosis involves both conscious and subconscious parts of the mind and creates a neurological bypass to homeostasis, our inborn tenacious resistance to change and the unfamiliar. With homeostasis turned off, we purposefully exploit and manipulate both neural plasticity, our brain’s ability to rewire itself, and power and potential of the mind/body dynamic.
Hypnosis is an altered state of awareness that we all employ most of our lives and hypnotherapy is the use of positive non-directional suggestions to the subconscious mind while the conscious mind is distracted. The hypnotherapist produces a calm state of relaxation with positive things to engage your conscious mind and then make suggestions that are positive.
Pain affects more Americans than diabetes, heart disease, and cancer combined! Practising self-care techniques like mindfulness and self-hypnosis can help relax, de-stress and focus attention away from the discomfort. This helps as our brain factors in stress levels and our emotional state when generating subjective pain that we are experiencing.
Hypnosis can work to heal emotional trauma or certain 'stuck' places in our lives. It can be a great healing tool because it bypasses the rational, logical brain to access the emotional body directly where the trauma is held. It also allows the patient's own creative unconscious to facilitate their healing and create relationships and achieve goals they've always wanted.
“Pain is inevitable, suffering is optional”. Self-hypnosis and mindfulness can help people reduce or eliminate all types of suffering. The many factors that impact the way a person experiences pain include stress, anticipation, arousal, deeply held beliefs, intentions and expectations. A session of strong meditation can help overcome this. Swipe left for more.
What is Hypnotherapy? Hypnotherapy is the use of hypnosis in the treatment of the presenting problems of a client. The word hypnosis comes from the...
For those who have struggled with drug addiction, it often involves a long-term battle to restore order to their lives. This traditionally involves inpatient...
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