What Is Hypnosis?

Hypnosis is an altered state of consciousness, usually achieved with the help of a hypnotherapist using verbal repetition and mental images. When you're under hypnosis, your attention is highly focused and you're more responsive to suggestions, including behavior changes that can help you lose weight or stop smoking. After proper instruction, you can also try self-hypnosis, which most hypnotists offer on CD.

Weight Loss

Losing weight is hard! Hypnosis can help change the behaviors that lead to weight gain and help you lose the weight that you desire. Hypnosis is a connection and interaction of the mind and the body that assists you in the mission to lose weight. Retraining our mind to act in a certain way is the scientific premise behind hypnosis and can be achieved with you and a hypnotist. Practicing self hypnosis puts you in the seat of therapist and eliminates the need for another person to assist you with weight loss. You are simply setting your mind up to accomplish a goal for you. Learn self hypnosis through weight loss CDs and a session with a hypnotist and the pounds will begin to fall off.

Stop Smoking

Find Out How to Give Yourself 10 times the Chance to Stop Smoking for Good...Risk Free by using the power of Hypnosis than any regular method out there today.

Smoking is a habit. And like all habits, it's hard to break. Maybe you smoke in the car, or during breaks at work. Maybe you light up with a cup of coffee, or after a stressful situation. The bottom line is that smoking has become a ritual, a part of your daily life. As human beings, we love rituals, and we hate rebelling against our habits. Not only is smoking a psychological habit, it's also a physical addiction. In fact, about 90% of smokers are clinically addicted to smoking.r to stop smoking hypnosis plays a major part.

Did You Make A Promise To Change?

Among the top New Year’s resolutions are resolutions about weight loss, exercise and wanting to stop smoking.

The following shows how many of these resolutions are maintained as time goes on: - past the first week: 75% - past 2 weeks: 71% - after one month: 64% - after 6 months: 46%

However, a new type of therapy is being used to help the staying power of these resolutions, helping to transform these hopes into reality. “I have used hypnotherapy successfully over the last seven years to help my clients to overcome both weight loss and to stop smoking.” states Richard Barker, a member of the National Guild of Hypnotists and the National Board of Hypnotists. He has a 100% success rate which seems to blow the traditional method, of going it alone with sheer willpower, out of the water. Barker continues, “With hypnotic treatment, the brain can be “reprogrammed” to avert certain habitual behaviors which are responsible for us grabbing that extra doughnut or having that second or third cigarette.”

Many may scoff at the use of a seemingly controversial method to such monumental addictions as over eating and the need for a nicotine fix, but the proof is in the statistics. “Many people who have tried to quit smoking or over-eating on their own and have failed multiple times begin to feel defeated and hopeless. I offer them an alternative way for them to fulfill their resolutions, for good.”

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