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I cured my fear of spiders with hypnotherapy I'm not afraid anymore
Hypnotherapy: The new approach to kicking smoking for good
Skype hypnotherapy as an effective treatment for IBS

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Celebrities who have used hypnotherapy

here are celebrities who have used hypnotherapy too. They are as prone as we are to bad habits – perhaps even more so, with all the temptations that a celebrity life lays out before them. One of the most mundane habits that addicts many celebrities addicts many of us as well, and that is smoking.
Celebrities can turn to all kinds of expensive programs to help them stop smoking, but the one that many have found most effective is well within reach of most ‘regular’ people – and that is hypnotherapy.

Borden horse trainer to take on Mongol Derby in Mongolia


I cured my fear of spiders with hypnotherapy I'm not afraid anymore

By Momtaz Begum-Hossain
I'm in the bathtub. It's Sunday evening and I'm mid-way through my weekly ritual of relaxing in an envelope of bubbles ahead of the new week. I open my eyes and within a millisecond I let out the most blood-curdling shriek of my life. Dangling above my head on the ceiling is a humongous beast: one who I am convinced is on a mission to kill me. I'm not exaggerating the size either, for this is a cardinal spider: the biggest variety of arachnid that exists in the UK.

Hypnotherapy: The new approach to kicking smoking for good

By Susan Hepburn, an accredited hypnotherapist and psychotherapist, with over 30 years’ experience treating clients with a range of addictions and best-selling author of several books including No 1 best seller, ‘Stop Smoking in One Hour’. Her main clinic is in London’s Harley Street and she has clinics in LA, New York and Italy.

Known for her celebrity clientele including award winning singers like Adele, tv chef Nigella Lawson and the England Football team, Susan treats all sorts of people from all walks of life.

Skype hypnotherapy as an effective treatment for IBS

The University of Manchester has found that Skype hypnotherapy is an effective treatment for people with severe irritable bowel syndrome
The study of 20 patients who had the treatment via the online communications tool was led by Professor Peter Whorwell from The University of Manchester. It is published in the International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis.
Professor Whorwell is a gastroenterologist at Wythenshawe Hospital, Manchester, where he runs a hypnotherapy clinic for IBS patients.

'Hypnotherapy made me lose weight and proud to be BALD'

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-3790730/Hypnotherapy-lose-weight-proud-BALD-Mother-alopecia-says-sessions-helped-shed-3-stone-without-wig.html

Can hypnotherapy really stop you biting your nails?

http://www.cosmopolitan.co.uk/beauty-hair/news/a44297/hypnotherapy-nail-biting-really-work/

Research shows hypnosis may slow the impacts of dementia

A scientist at the  has found that hypnosis can slow down the impacts of dementia and improve quality of life for those living with the condition.
Forensic psychologist, Dr Simon Duff, investigated the effects of hypnosis on people living with dementia and compared the treatment to mainstream health-care methodsHe also looked at how hypnosis compared to a type of group therapy in which participants were encouraged to discuss news and current affairs. They found that people living with dementia who had received hypnosis therapy showed an improvement in concentration, memory and socialisation compared to the other two treatment groups.

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