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Modern hypnotherapy can effectively treat a vast range of issues that we all face from time to time. Our list of services only provides information on a very small portion of our most sought after services.
Most people are surprised by the vast array of things that hypnotherapy can help with. It has been effective in helping far too many conditions and disorders to name them all. There are currently over 12,500 articles about hypnotherapy held by the US Government's National Library of Medicine.
"Hypnotherapy can help with a wide range of problems from phobias, such as fear of flying, public speaking and so on, to helping with stopping smoking, weight loss, and a whole host of physical problems such as headaches and migraine, asthma, eczema and other allergies, which are exacerbated by stress or have a psychological component. It is also used in many cancer centres to help people with cancer deal better with the stresses and strains of severe illness."
Source: The Healthstore Magazine, February 2009.
On average, it requires only 3 to 5 sessions to help someone with hypnotherapy, often less. Depending on what is being addressed, sessions are usually either spaced 1 week apart, or every 2 weeks.
Hypnotherapy works at the deepest level of the mind, where our habits, feelings and emotions lay. Because of this it addresses the root cause of the problem, allowing for rapid intervention with long lasting success.
Hypnotherapy is by no means a magic cure, although it may seem like that to some. It is used to complement orthodox medicine, not replace it, and getting a checkup by your G.P. is always a good idea. However, if the mind can create sickness and disease in the body, doesn't it stand to reason that it can also promote wellness?
Life is not a dress re hers al, so why wait? Start reaping the many benefits Hypnotherapy has to offer now by contacting me at Lasting Results so that I can help you begin your journey to SUCCESS! Because when you want results, you want Lasting Results.
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During their Annual Meeting in 1892, the British Medical Association unanimously endorsed the therapeutic use of hypnosis.
In 1958, the American Medical Association approved a report on the medical uses of hypnosis.