If you are waking up in a panic each morning, experiencing shortness of breath and generally feeling off form you could be suffering with anxiety.
Hypnosis has been the distant and poor relation of medicine in recent years. It has not always been that way however. The earliest reference to hypnosis relates to sleep temples in Egypt (3000-1000 BC) and Greece (2000-500 BC) which provided refuge for patients whose healing experience involved hypnotic chanting.
Teeth grinding, or bruxism, to give it it’s clinical title can cause far more problems than wearing down tooth enamel. Thankfully, hypnosis can help to eliminate the accompanying anxiety, promote cessation of bruxist behaviour and
restore good sleep patterns.
Most people are familiar with how hypnosis can help someone who wants to quit smoking. Did you know that hypnosis can also be very effective in decreasing appetite and encouraging a desire to eat healthy foods?
Entrepreneurs and executives use many tools to ensure that they stay focused on strategies which generate wealth. Hypnosis is one such powerful tool that is increasingly being employed by top level managers.
Hypnosis might seem like a strange therapy to engage in particularly given the misconceptions about hypnosis that abound. It is good to know however that during an hypnosis consultation you are fully aware.
On Saturday July 9th 2016 we are holding an NGH chapter meeting here at The Galway Clinic, where hypnotherapists can get together and pool their knowledge.
Mesmerized by Derren Brown and Keith Barry? Would you like to learn how to hypnotize people in an instant? Well, now you can! Coming Oct 16 in Galway…