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Evidence Based Hypnotherapy for ADHD

  Attention deficit hyper-activity disorder, more affectionately known as ADHD, is an emotional disorder that is usually seen in individuals that have high levels of hyperactivity. These individuals also have high levels of impulsivity as well as lack of attention to detail. Many people associate this disorder as something that is experienced in childhood only; […]

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Evidence Based Hypnotherapy For Obstetrics

One of the Best Ways to Decrease Stress, Anxiety, Depression and Overcome Chronic Pain In recent years, there has been ongoing research that supports the fact that hypnosis can be seen as a viable alternative treatment to be used for people dealing with pain and other types of emotional distress. In this article we will […]

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Evidence-Based Hypnotherapy for Depression

Depression And How It Affects Your Life     The problem with depression is that people fail to categorize it as a clinical disorder. Most of the time, the general public associates it with a person’s inability to cope up with problems and stresses of daily life. The case is not entirely so. Depression is […]

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Hypnosis Case Studies for Nightmares

    Trauma has different effects on different individuals; one of them is being vulnerable to nightmares. Any unpleasant event in life may lead to a post-traumatic stress which in turn may cause the person in consideration to go through nightmares. It might be unknown to many, but a lot of physiological factors are involved […]

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Evidenced-Based Hypnotherapy For The Management Of Sleep Disorders

Hypnotic Relaxation to Treat Sleep Disorders   Inadequate sleep is often associated with stress and depression. Not having enough sleep or going through sleep disorders brings downfall to the health of even a normal person. People never tend to take their sleep disorders seriously while only a few of them actually seek some form of […]

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Overcome Fears Associated With Colorectal Screening

Colorectal cancer is the third most typically identified cancer cells in African-Americans and its incidence and death rates are significantly higher compared to other ethnic groups in the United States. Perhaps, it is the lowest rate of screening engagement which is essential to the avoidance and very early detection of this disease. If precancerous polyps […]

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Fear of Spiders? | Case Studies to Treat Arachnophobia

Where Does the Fear of Spiders Come From?     Arachnophobia or having the intense fear of spiders is the earliest as well as the more typical anxiety experienced in Western society. Just observing the response to spiders shown by an arachnophobic person may seem illogical to others and also frequently to the sufferer himself. […]

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Overcoming Fear of People’s Judgement?

  Effective Tips on How to Prevent and Overcome Social Anxiety Having a fear of people and their personal judgments against oneself is the worry of social scenarios in which the communication with other individuals could immediately bring on feelings of intense self-scrutiny where people feel that others are watching their every move. It is […]

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Using Hypnotherapy to Address the Fear of Falling With a Growing Elderly Population

How the Fear of Falling Has Taken Over Your Life     Fear of falling describes a range of psychosocial troubles, including fear, stress and anxiety, confidence that no longer exists, and a psychologically damaged understanding of capability to walk safely without hitting the ground. The debilitating mindset typically found with elderly men and women […]

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Is Test Anxiety All In The Mind?

  Stress and anxiety are assumed to negatively affect a students’ performance when taking tests. Research studies have actually revealed that students with insignificant amounts of test anxiety achieve greater scores on evaluations than those with high anxiety levels. This has been proven both with children taking test all the way to their adult counterparts. […]

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