Your Guide To Hypnosis

Your Guide To Hypnosis

There are many stories about hypnosis and hypnotherapy being dangerous, turning people into chickens, people not being able to wake up, and unscrupulous hypnotists exploiting their ‘vulnerable’ patients. However there are many people who are adamant that it has helped change their lives, some from Dudley, Tipton, Wolverhampton and much further afield – I know of for sure. I have helped them succeed in their goals. Millions of people swear that it has helped them with many issues such as weight loss, quitting smoking, other addictions, confidence, phobias, stress, success, IBS, and many more issues.

Many people are missing out on this powerful, yet very safe therapeutic tool because they are too afraid to use it. I hope to dispel these fears by answering these common questions about hypnotherapy right here and now!.

Can I be hypnotised? Most people can go into a hypnotic trance. The only types of people that cannot be hypnotised are … 1. Those suffering from psychosis or a thought disorder 2. A person with a low IQ 3. A person who does not want to be hypnotised. It is very easy to resist hypnosis if you want to.
What is a hypnotic trance? It is a normal and natural state that most of us experience several times a day without even knowing it. It commonly happens when people are driving. Have you ever driven somewhere and not really remembered the journey?, I have just missed my junction. It also often occurs when reading a book or watching TV. Sometimes you can be so absorbed in the book or TV programme that you are not consciously aware that someone is talking to you, or even where you are sat. Hypnosis […]

Autoimmune Diseases and You

Autoimmune Diseases and You

Understanding Autoimmune Diseases –  When the body begins to attack itself

Autoimmune Diseases and You – An autoimmune disease occurs when the body’s immune system mistakenly begins to attack itself. More commonly known autoimmune diseases include lupus, rheumatoid arthritis, Fibromyalgia  and multiple sclerosis. Here is more information about autoimmune diseases, courtesy of the U.S. National Women’s Health Information Center: Autoimmune diseases affect more women than men, and tend to run in families. Symptoms may come and go, with no symptoms for a while, then a sudden, severe attack called a “flare-up.” Symptoms and severity can vary greatly from disease to disease. Medication can help control symptoms, as can reducing stress. Meditation and self-hypnosis also have helped some people. People with an autoimmune disease should practice healthy habits including getting regular exercise, eating a proper diet, and getting plenty of sleep.

Diana Kohnle HealthDay News Thursday, March 13, 2008

By |March 13th, 2008|Arthritis, Diet, Disease, Latest News, Multiple Sclerosis, Self Hypnosis, Sleep, The Body, The Mind|Comments Off on Autoimmune Diseases and You
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