AN EFFECTIVE MANAGEMENT TOOL HYPNOSIS
- Hypnosis is a safe and effective modality for people with stress related problems from: Fears, anxieties, limiting benefit, smoking and chewing tobacco obesity.
- Hypnosis can double the average weight loss of traditional approaches: Benefits of losing weight: Reduce risk for cancers, heart disease, type 2 diabetes, lower blood pressure and cholesterol, improve sleep and
- Hypnosis utilizes the mind-body connection to accelerate physical & emotional healing: 1) A way of communicating with the unconscious mind. A natural state of relaxed attention; 2) Hypnosis improves quality of life by
effectively treating many chronic pains, addictions, obsessive behaviors, phobias and personal performance issues; 3) "It's hard to find a field that hasn't used hypnosis successfully, everything from quitting smoking to irritable
bower syndrome" - Good Morning America, 2010.
- Hypnosis most effective for smoking cessation: 1) Hypnosis is over three times as effective as nicotine replacement and 15 times as effective as trying to quit alone.
- Hypnosis patients twice as likely to remain smoke-free: 1) Benefits of stopping smoking: Lower risk of many cancers, heart disease, lung disease and stroke.
- Hypnosis patients lose more weight than 90% of traditional approaches and keep it off.
- "Hypnosis is the epitome of mind-body medicine. It can enable the mind to tell the body how to react, and modify the messages that the body sends to the mind" - New York Times, 2008.
- Less Stress = Improved Quality of Life.
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