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Does hypnotherapy work? Science says “YES!”

by Paul Mountjoy Washington Times April 28, 2013- “Hypnosis seems helpful in treating addictions and the depression and anxiety associated with them”- Psychology Today Hypnosis and hypnotherapy has been rooted in science with evidence based results reported for many years. Although … Continue reading

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Hypnotherapy ‘should be adopted more widely’

The article below was published on 06/06/2011 by:       Hypnotherapy should be used more frequently as a treatment, with it being particularly useful for pain relief. This is according to Dr Peter Naish, Senior Lecturer in Psychology at … Continue reading

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Hot Flashes CAN Be Reduced!

Hot flashes??? How big of a problem is it really?    According to a Study of Women’s Health, an estimated 70% of U.S. women have hot flashes at some point. In 2008, the Journal Of Clinical Oncology: Official Journal Of … Continue reading

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When The Doctor Says This Won’t Hurt A Bit — And Incredibly, It’s True

I found an article that was like a breath of fresh air.  It can be found here: http://commonhealth.wbur.org The title of this post is the same as the article. It is primarily about a doctor by the name of  Dr. Baruch Krauss. … Continue reading

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Integrating Hypnosis Into Pre-Operative Anesthesia: Q&A With Lynette Bear, CRNA, of the Laser Spine Institute

Becker’s ASC Review Written by Heather Linder | September 21, 2012 [Lynette Bear was trained by my mentor Gerald Kein] Lynette Bear is a certified registered nurse anesthetist at the Laser Spine Institute ambulatory surgery center in Philadelphia, where she provides anesthesia … Continue reading

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HYPNOSIS FOR PAIN RELIEF – WOW!

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Hypnosis and Fibromyalgia

By Jacob Teitelbaum, MD Psychology Today | Published: October 21, 2008 Is your doctor “putting a curse on you?”  Odd as this may sound, this is what is occurring in much of how physicians approach their patients.  Let’s look at the … Continue reading

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Who Are You?

As I have often explained, when working with someone, my philosophy is to first find the cause and fix it.  When people hear this, I am often asked, “What is the most common root cause for issues that you see?”  … Continue reading

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Hypnosis Gains Credence As Influence on the Body: It Helps Control Pain, Fear and Habits

By LISA W. FODERARO New York Times | Published: February 24, 1996 When Michael Tracy learned at the age of 15 that he had a form of cancer known as lymphoma, his world seemed to cave in on all sides. His … Continue reading

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MAYO CLINIC REPORT: Hypnosis in Contemporary Medicine

[The below report is an in depth look by The Mayo Clinic at hypnosis and its efficacy in the medical profession. You will discover that “patients treated with hypnosis experienced substantial benefits for many different medical conditions.”] As alternative treatments … Continue reading

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