Hypnosis Helps Anxiety, Stress

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Hypnosis News for Anxiety & Stress Fox News have published an article on their website stating the effectiveness of hypnotherapy for helping certain conditions have been recognised by the British Psychological Society (BPS). Indeed the BPS have now said that hypnotherapy is a proven technique that helps reduce anxiety, stress, pain, irritable bowel syndrome, insomnia,  and migraines. “Improvements from hypnosis can be as specific as eliminating erectile dysfunction or premature ejaculation, remaining committed to a  workout plan, delivering a dynamic sales presentation—or as broad as improving motivation and increasing confidence,” said psychologist and certified…

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Driving Test Hypnotherapy

The Yorshire Evening Post has just published an article about how new learner drivers can be helped to overcomer their driving nerves. Innovative driving instructor Javez Khan has incorporated hypnotherapy techniques along with his driving instruction classes to help his nervous pupils feel more calm and relaxed when they take their driving exam. Javez who offers his driving instruction and hypnotherapy sessions around Bradford, West Yorkshire, claims that 8 out 0 10 nervous drivers have been helped to pass their tests. In fact his driving school deliberately targets nervous learner drivers.…

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Stage Fright & Hypnosis News

The Daily Mail published an article today on how a young singer was given a break in the music business by take That’s Gary Barlow. The article describes how usually confident the 21 year old was before she was suddenly thrust into the limelight and got an attack of stage fright. Stage fright can really be related to any kind of performance anxiety. Those times when we might feel anxious are when we have to do something (eg. sing, dance, talk, play a musical instrument, the wedding/funeral speech) in front of…

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Hypnosis ‘eases cancer operation pain’

The BBC’s website reports that Breast Cancer patients need less anesthetic during operations if they have hypnosis before the operation begins. Dr. Guy Montgomery produced the research which included 200 women who were either given 15 minutes of hypnosis or had a conversation with a pyschologist. Patients who received the hypnosis reporting experiencing less side-effects (pain, nausea, emotional distress) after surgery. UK experts have commented that more research needs to be done. Original source: http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/health/6969298.stm

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