Happy New Decade! Okay, I know, the new decade starts Jan 1st 2021. The year 2020 is now here and many people were full of smiles and excitment during recent New Year’s Eve celebrations. Were you smiling with confidence? Many people were not, and are also afraid of sitting in the dentist’s chair. This article will explore some current research on the subject of hypnosis used in dentistry which is an ongoing study, and if you’re not familiar with it, do a bit more reasearch, It really can help overcome the fear of going to the dentist.
According to the 2017 National Population Projections of the American Census Bureau, 2030 marks a significant demographic turning point in US history. In 2030, all baby boomers would be older than 65 years, which would increase the size of the older population to one in five. This means that the elderly are predicted to outnumber children for the first time in the history of the U.S. in a little more than a decade.
Can you imagine watching your favorite movie or TV show without music in the background? Some may argue that music is the soundtrack to life. Many can remember favorable or unfavorable episodes of their life with music in the background as well. Are some people playing a broken record that needs to change? This article will look at evidence based research where hypnosis and music therapy or integrated to improve a person’s psychological conditioning.
The circulatory system is a system that allows the blood to flow and carry the nutrients, oxygen, carbon dioxide, hormones and blood cells to the body’s cells. They feed and help in fighting diseases and stabilizing temperatures and pH while maintaining homeostasis. It is a system called the cardiovascular system or the vascular system.
Can hypnotherapy remove the fear of flying? The days of imagining flying cars like on the television cartoon show The Jetsons is no longer a passing fancy. There are now vehicles that are completely driver-less in Dubai, and Phoenix, AZ (Waymo). While this is fascinating for some, others have never been able to get over there flying phobia. This article will look at case studies were clinical hypnotherapy was used as the preferred treatment for overcoming the fear of flying.
Hypnosis for surgery, or hypnosurgery, is a term for a procedure where the patient can be sedated instead of using conventional anesthetics by incorporating hypnotherapy. Hypnosis for anesthesia has been reportedly used since the 1840s, in which surgeon James Braid was a pioneer.
Halloween was the beginning of a fun and frolicking holiday season. Many adults remember the famous or infamous Charlie Brown Halloween special we’re all of the kids get to dress up in their favorite costumes to get candy. As adults, we may continue to reward our behavior by fulfilling our sugar addictions. Can they ever be overcome? This article will look at research highlighting where hypnosis was used for sugar addiction and its positive results.
TV fans rushed to their screen of choice last week to watch the latest episode of the final season of Mr. Robot. During this hypnotic experience of gripping suspense, TV viewers cringed at the scene where Elliot was held down and struck with a needle full of heroin. Then the childhood manic memories of trypanophobia, better known as needle phobia rushed the Twitter stream. Did these people ever get over their fears? This article will explore research recently highlighted to successfully get over their fear of needles with clinical hypnotherapy exercises.
Movie and television fans alike were extremely excited after Gabourey Sidibes showed her exciting post-bariatric surgery photos on Instagram over the weekend. While we are excited about the significant weight changes for the Oscar-nominated actress, there are many others that have regained their weight after having gastric band surgery. This article will look at current research reviews where individuals we’re able to use gastric bypass hypnotherapy to keep the weight off once and for all.