Saturday, 22 December 2012

Essex Girls lose weight using hypnotherapy

A Harold Hill mother and daughter-in-law have used hypnotherapy to lose a combined weight of more than 5 stone.

hypnotherapy for weight lossMother-in-law Angela King said, “My doctor can’t believe it, he told me that I had to lose the weight and I have tried lots of diets and this is the only thing that has worked and it is definitely to do with the hypnosis.”


To read the full article by Lee-Ann Richards click here 

Southport Hypno-health can help. 

Hypnotherapy can help you to stop wasting time on fad diets and get control back of the way you look. 
At the moment your whole self is being controlled by what ever is programmed into your subconscious mind including your eating habits. 
You are more powerful than you think so why not harness the power of your own subconscious mind through hypnosis and make weight loss easy by contacting Southport Hypno-health  
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Wednesday, 19 December 2012

Hypnosis should be offered to patients with IBS, Swedish research suggests

Does Hypnotherapy Help IBS?

Hypnotherapy for IBS
Research has consistently shown hypnotherapy to be an effective form of treatment for many individuals who suffer from IBS. Treatment effects include:
  • Decrease in abdominal pain
  • Reduction in diarrhoea episodes
  • Reduction of chronic constipation
  • Decrease in visceral hypersensitivity (internal pain)
  • Positive effect on motility (the speed and strength of stomach contractions)
  • Improved quality of life
  • Reduced doctor visits
  • Reduced use of medication
  • Decrease in depression and anxiety
  • Results are maintained long after treatment ends

An article from Science Daily details  Studies at Sahlgrenska Academy, University of Gothenburg, show that psychological treatment using hypnosis may offer effective, lasting relief. The studies are part of a thesis which concludes that hypnotherapy should be used in clinical care of patients with severe IBS.

For help with Irritable Bowel Syndrome

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Tuesday, 18 December 2012

Hypnosis App Launched

App of the week: Hypnosis Customisable Pack

From the South Morning China Post.


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Read the review of this newly launched Ultimate Hypnosis App. 
http://www.scmp.com/lifestyle/health/article/1107099/app-week-hypnosis-customizable-pack?
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Wednesday, 12 December 2012

Hypnosis ordered for U.S. soldier charged with killing comrades


Hypnotherapy for Memory Loss

Read this story of how the US army has authorised the use of hypnosis to help a soldier regain his memory. The U.S. Army sergeant accused of killing five fellow servicemen at a military counseling center in Iraq in 2009. He is deemed to have been psychotic at the time and has been ordered to undergo forensic hypnosis in a bid to unlock buried memories.

Read the full atricle here
Hypnosis ordered for U.S. soldier charged with killing comrades


Does Hypnotism Work for Memory Loss

A recovered memory is a memory that is believed to have been lost, but is recalled, usually during the course of psychotherapy treatment. Some therapists have used hypnosis to help clients recover lost or forgotten memories.


History

  • The use of hypnosis to tap into the subconscious, or secret areas of the mind, dates back to the work of Sigmund Freud, the founder of psychoanalysis. Freud used hypnosis on his patients, although eventually stopped in favor of other techniques such as free association and dream analysis.

Features

  • Although clients may recall lost memories while in therapy, there is substantial evidence that the use of hypnosis leads to false memories. These are memories that the client believes has happened but never did.

Significance

  • The recovery of lost memories through hypnosis is one of the most controversial topics in psychology. The major controversy has surrounded therapists helping clients to recover memories of childhood sexual abuse, when these memories never happened.
Read more: Does Hypnotism Work for Recovering Lost Memories? | eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/facts_7361268_hypnotism-work-recovering-lost-memories_.html#ixzz2EphAjLyk
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Tuesday, 4 December 2012

Feeling Anxious? Hypnosis for Anxiety

Hypnotherapy for Anxiety

Hypnotherapy for Anxiety
Hypnotherapy is an extremely effective and powerful tool in the fight against anxiety and panic attacks. Hypnosis is used to alter the sub conscious thought processes that lead to anxiety and panic. Hypnotherapy processes are used to reduce the anxiety levels that the client has previously experienced in a given situation.
The hypnotherapy is used to change the underlying sub conscious thinking and belief systems that support the anxiety. By accessing these beliefs the hypnotherapist is able to replace them with new beliefs, underpinned with coping mechanisms that allow the client to permanently manage their anxiety levels

Panic Disorder is a serious condition that affects up to 20% of the population. It often appears during the teens or early adulthood, and while the exact causes are unclear, there does seem to be a correlation with the major life transition stressors; graduating from college, getting married, having a first child, moving house and so on. Sometimes it begins with a particular event that scares the sub-conscious. You sub-conscious mind has one primary task in life and that is to keep you safe. You may recall when driving how you sometimes arrive at a place without being aware of the journey, this is because your subconscious has taken over and ensured your safety. 
Hypnotherapy for AnxietyIf you do get scared you (or maybe just embarrassed) your sub-conscious will seek to protect you by avoiding putting you in the same type of situations. This is what hypnotherapist mean when they talk about avoidance techniques.
With panic disorder there is also some evidence for a genetic predisposition.  If a family member has suffered from panic disorder in the past, you have an increased risk of suffering from it yourself.  The likelihood is increased during particularly stressful times in your life. Using hypnotherapy can significantly reduce your panic levels.

Panic Attacks and Panic Disorder
Anxiety disorders are often accompanied by panic disorder which manifests itself by recurrent, spontaneous panic attacks. A panic attack is an intense period of fear or discomfort. During such an attack, a person may experience the following symptoms: 
  •  a racing heartbeat
  •  difficulty breathing, struggling to get enough air into your lungs
  •  terror that is almost paralysing and roots you to the spot
  •  dizziness, light-headedness or nausea
  •  trembling, sweating, shaking
  • choking, chest pains
  • hot flushes, or sudden chills
  •  tingling in fingers or toes (‘pins and needles’)
  •  fear that you’re going mad or are about to die


Hypnotherapy for AnxietyA panic attack is diagnosed when four or more of the symptoms are present. If there are 3 or less symptoms present the attack is described as “limited symptom attack”. Panic attacks often occur “out of the blue” and hypnotherapy is used to tackle many of the symptoms that sufferers experience.
You probably recognise this as the classic ‘fight or flight’ response that human beings experience when we are in a situation of danger. But during a panic attack, these symptoms seem to arise from out of nowhere. They occur in seemingly harmless situations–they can even happen while you are asleep.
Hypnotherapy for anxiety: Controlling the Panic
Hypnotherapy for AnxietyHypnotherapy treatments target the processes that we have learned. As with all learning it is not easy to ignore your learnt behaviour but it can be achieved using hypnotherapy. For example “you never forget how to ride a bike or swim even though you haven’t done it for years.  It is the same for your anxiety and panic once you have learned these processes it is very difficult to unlearn them on your own. Hypnotherapy is able to access these sub-conscious processes and help you learn new patterns of behaviour.


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Thursday, 15 November 2012

Phobias, Fears & Derren Brown


Overcomimg Fears and Phobias

Hypnosis for Phobias and FearsAre you struggling with a fear or a phobia? Imagine how great it would feel to experience relief and finally be free of your fears.

Do your phobias create a compelling desire to avoid whatever it is you’re afraid of?

You probably realise that the situation may not even be dangerous, yet still it seems like a nightmare.

The following fascinating article by Ashlyn Kay from the excellent www.naturaltherapyforall.com website tells us how in Part one of Derren Brown’s Fear and Faith programme on Channel 4 the illusionist shows the power of our own unconscious mind.

Ashlyn Kay writes:

“At the beginning of the programme he tells us he is testing a new drug called Rumyodin, which had previously only been used by the military to suppress fear and now that it was being released for public use, he wanted to discover just how effective it was. Participants with a wide variety of fears including a fear of heights, socialising, allergies, and smoking took part in the clinical trials with regular reporting on their progress. Over a short period of time each reported significant improvements, and he set up circumstances to ‘test’ their success on the ‘drug’.
A man, who had such a fear of heights and wouldn’t walk over a bridge, ended up standing on one of the highest viaducts in the UK.  
A shy nervous man who was anxious with even talking to people stepped in and broke up a bar brawl.
And all were delighted with this new wonder drug. But when he brought them all together at the end he admitted that the drug ‘Rumyodin’ was in fact a placebo,  sugar as well as the injections they were give only contained saline. He had created a pretend pharmaceutical company, a pretend ‘drug’ calling it Rumyodin and actors to make the whole experience credible.
What had worked was not the drug but the BELIEF that what they were taking would be the solution. They trusted the source and gave themselves the permission to succeed and this set up new patterns of behaviour, new ways of thinking.
 “You can now stop taking Rumyodin because the Rumyodin is YOUR MIND” he said. “You have all the resources already in you, by changing your beliefs.”
Derren Brown has proven through this demonstration that to say ‘it’s all in your mind’– means your beliefs determine your behaviour and the power to overcome anything with another’s help.
People do change, beliefs can be changed and people like you can succeed.”

©Copyright 2012 by Ashlyn Kaye, Hypnotherapy Hertford - All Rights Reserved.

Hypnosis can help you overcome your fears.

Is this you?

Your legs suddenly go weak…
You start breathing a little heavier…
Your heart skips a beat…

These are just a few of the physical reactions you may experience. You may also notice that your mouth gets dry or your stomach gets that hollow feeling.
The physical symptoms may be different for you but the results are the same.

If your phobias are holding you back and stopping you doing things you want to do you can be helped with hypnotherapy.

Overcoming your fears will allow you to become more confident in everyday situations.
Phobias are often triggered by some event, real or imagined, usually during a very intense emotional state. Fears can also be inspired by real life situations.  For example, if you travelled on an airplane and heard an unexplained noise at the same time as heavy turbulence occurred you may develop  a fear of flyingOr maybe when looking over the edge of a tall building someone played a prank and pushed you as you were peering over and a fear of heights was triggered.

Fears typically takes root during a heightened emotional state or experience.

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Hypnosis has been used very successfully to help people in overcoming fears.
With hypnosis, you are able to bypass the conscious mind and change the beliefs in the subconscious mind in a positive way.
During a personal hypnosis session, the client, guided by the hypnotherapist will discover the root cause of the phobia. The root cause is then re-framed so that the lesson is learned and the emotion is minimised. Post hypnotic suggestions reinforce the lesson. As long as these suggestions are accepted by the subconscious mind, they will be effective.


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Monday, 12 November 2012

Hypnotherapy helps woman lose 6 stone


Hypnotherapy for Weight LossInteresting and inspiring story about a woman who has tried a variety of different diets, including  crash dieting, to no avail.  Then she discovered the power of hypnotherapy and hasn't looked back.

“I’ve become a totally different person,” said Sue Byrne, the 53-year-old Nuneaton mum of three grown-up sons.

“I used to hate myself – but those thoughts have gone. I’ve never before had such feelings of confidence and contentment.”
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She says her transformation is a result of a form of hypnosis, which she discovered while trawling the internet to look for ways of drastically reducing her weight.

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http://www.coventrytelegraph.net/news/north-warwickshire-news/2012/11/12/92746-32212076/?#ixzz2C0tB6DmU

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Monday, 5 November 2012

Diets don't work - try hypnotherapy

Hypnotherapy for Weight Loss
A new study carried out by weight loss firm, Slimsticks makes interesting reading. An article in today’s Daily Mirror shows around 28% of young people (16 -24) embark on a new diet each month and 45% of them give up their new eating habits after a week. In addition, 48.9% of all dieters give up after a month.
This is really no surprise though, diets don’t work. You have to make positive long-lasting changes to your life. You have to rid yourself of the self-destructive patterns of behaviour that have become implanted in your brain.
At the moment your whole self is being controlled by what ever is programmed into your subconscious mind
This includes your eating habits. 
·      You are much more powerful than you think so why not harness the power of your own subconscious mind through hypnosis and make weight loss easy. 
·        This is achievable with hypnotherapy because hypnotherapy is the most effective way to make positive changes
Regardless of why you overeat, you must replace the emotional fix you sought in food with a satisfying substitute.  In the past, maybe a sugary/fatty snack seemed to help you relax, but what you really needed is an appealing, satisfying alternative.  Hypnosis will relax you, and reprogramme negative old habits that have sabotaged your weight goal efforts in the past. It will help you establish new options, your objectives are to:
·        Reduce your weight
·        Maintain your goal weight
·        Incorporate permanent improved food choices and lifestyle habits
The amount you eat, and the way in which you use food are patterns that have been established in your subconscious mind.  To change your negative eating pattern, a new pattern must be created.  You need to reprogramme your subconscious. This is accomplished with hypnosis.

Read the full Daily Mirror article by Danny Buckland here 

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Tuesday, 30 October 2012

Hypnotherapy helps with bonfire phobia


Nearly 13% of people are effected by phobias.  Read this story in the Daily Mirror about how one person overcame her fear of fireworks and attended her first fireworks party for over 20 years.

Anxiety UK charity chief Nicky Lidbetter says "There are ways to overcome phobias if the impact on the person's life is causing them to change their life dramatically to avoid the feared object or situation".  He goes on to say "Many people find cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT), clinical hypnotherapy and relaxation helpful in managing their phobia".
Read the full article here
Daily Mirror 30th Oct 2010 by Eva Gizowsla

More information on Phobias

One of the most common reasons for people to seek hypnotherapy is for help overcoming a phobia. 
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Common phobias include:
  • fear of spiders
  • fear of flying
  • fear of heights
  • fear of water
These can be easily cured using hypnotherapy techniques to help learn new behaviour patterns like staying calm rather than panicking. Sometimes, if a phobia is deeper and more disruptive as can be the case with severe agoraphobia or social phobia, then it is necessary to examine the issues surrounding the source of the phobia and work to resolve them. 

Phobias can be rooted in childhood misunderstanding. Children don't always have the logical tools and information to understand why Mum is standing on a chair shouting at a tiny mouse. They will often make a deep unconscious decision that the mouse is harmful or dangerous. A good hypnotherapist can address this by reprogramming the mind.
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Saturday, 27 October 2012

Hypnotherapy - What is it all about?

What is Hypnotherapy?  The best description I have heard is that hypnotherapy is an altered state of awareness that allows access to the subconscious. In effect it is a trance-like state, but one in which the subject is in complete control.

Can anyone be hypnotised? New research has been done into this which shows that some people are able to go into a trance quickly and more deeply than others. Most people can go into at least a light trance which is the state you need to be in for hypnotherapy to be effective.

What will it feel like when I am hypnotised?People experience the hypnotic state in many different ways. Most people say they feel a deep sense of relaxation as if all the tension has left their body

I am nervous and need to know if I will I lose control when I am under hypnosis? No, you remain in full control during hypnosis. It is impossible to be hypnotised against your will. Hypnosis is not about the control of the hypnotist, it is about working together so that you can be helped to make the change needed to improve your life.

Can I get stuck in a hypnotic trance? No, if at any time you wanted to come out of a trance, you could do so entirely by yourself. In effect all hypnosis is self-hypnosis, so there is no possibility of you being left in a trance.

Will I tell you all my secrets when I am hypnotised? You can’t be forced to say or do anything under hypnosis that you don't want to, and besides you are in complete control the whole time.

How is hypnotherapy different from other forms of therapy? Hypnotherapy enables the therapist to bypass your critical and analytical conscious mind and talk directly to your subconscious mind.

Is hypnotherapy the same as stage hypnotism? No.  Hypnotherapy is used to provide a professional and caring solution for the client, not for entertainment. The hypnotherapist works ethically and is guided by a code. An ethical therapist  will continue to develop professionally all the time, making sure to keep up to date with the latest research and learning new techniques to ensure they provide the clients with the best treatment available.

Am I asleep when I am hypnotised? No, lots of people think this and although hypnotherapy has been described as feeling like the stage just before you fall asleep. Medically this is not actually the case.

Are there side effects? No, hypnotherapy is a natural experience that is drug-free and has no side effects.

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Thursday, 25 October 2012

Hypnotherapy successful in reducing hot flushes

Fascinating and ground breaking new research into managing hot flushes(they call them hot flashes in the US) in menopausal women has reported the following findings.

After twelve weeks, the women who had been hypnotised reported experiencing 75 percent fewer hot flashes; their skin monitors recorded a reduction of 57 percent. The control group only reported a 13 percent reduction, which the skin monitors confirmed. The hypnotherapy group also reported that, due to the reduction in hot flashes, they were sleeping better and experiencing less disruption in their lives."

Follow this link to read the rest of the article by Lindsay Abrams of  the Atlantic

http://www.theatlantic.com/health/archive/2012/10/hypnotherapy-reduces-hot-flashes/264073/?

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Monday, 22 October 2012

Homer Simpson should be dead by now!

Interesting new research from the US shows that laziness can kill you. Miriam Stoppard explains why in the article below from today’s Daily Mirror.   Of course, you could try hypnotherapy which has proven results for those with laziness and procrastination issues. 

A very clever experiment in the US has tried to tease out the precise role of inactivity in causing ill health.

We’ve known for quite a while that people who don’t move around much are prone to heart disease and type 2 diabetes but we haven’t known why.
A very clever experiment by researchers at the University of Missouri in the US has tried to tease out the precise role of inactivity in causing ill health.
Studying the effects of sedentary behaviour isn’t easy.
People who are inactive can eat poorly, be obese, smoke and have other lifestyle issues.
The researchers devised a novel approach: they stopped a group of very active people from exercising as usual.
They didn’t exactly put them to bed, but nearly.
They got them to cut the number of steps they took each day by at least half.
The question the researchers asked was will this physical laziness stop the body from being able to control blood sugar, that being the key disease-inducing factor for diabetes and heart disease.
Volunteers were fitted with glucose measuring devices so that their blood sugar could be checked continuously through 24 hours.
They were asked to move about as little as possible but eat normally.
To examine their basic blood sugar control, these healthy people were told they could walk and exercise as normal for three days.
During these three days their blood sugar didn’t spike at all after eating, a sign that they had perfect control over their blood sugar and they were ideally sensitive to insulin.
For the second part of the experiment, the volunteers became virtually sedentary and the time spent exercising fell to about three minutes.
The results were illuminating.
During those three inactive days, blood glucose levels spiked after every meal (loss of blood sugar control) with the peaks being 25% higher than during active days.
There’s more, the peaks grew each successive day.
In other words, blood sugar went more and more out of control, the longer the subjects remained inactive.
So, what if I’m laid up for a time because of an illness, will my blood sugar soar out of control?
No, not if your bed rest is transient and you get back to a life of activity and exercise.
But – if being inactive is your way of life, this experiment shows the knock-on effect is your insulin loses its effect and you’re on the slippery slope to ill health.
You’ve got to get up and move!

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