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Lose Weight & Stop Smoking Safely with Hypnosis

Use Your Mind for A Positive Change!

By Diane Bahr-Groth, CH, TFTdx

Hypnosis. To some, the very word still conjures up thoughts of creepy old castles, thunderstorms and helpless victims in a zombie-like trance. In fact, nothing could be further from the truth.   *individual results may vary

Hypnosis is widely recognized by researchers as a very safe, natural and enjoyable state of deep physical and emotional relaxation. Hypnosis may possibly even be as old as mankind itself. The old myths and misconceptions about hypnosis have given way to proven, scientifically-sound applications. Today, hypnosis has gone mainstream. The ethical use of hypnosis is seen in a variety of fields, including medicine, dentistry, law enforcement, professional sports, self-improvement and behavioral modification as well as education. The American Medical Association approved hypnosis in 1958, calling it a viable and beneficial health alternative. Since then perhaps millions of people world-wide have benefited from its use. Men, women and children are using hypnosis regularly and their doctors are recommended it for help with many problems from arthritis to childbirth to stress reduction.

In all likelihood, virtually everyone has been hypnotized many times. Have you ever been driving along a highway and suddenly realized that you weren't consciously aware of having driven past certain usually familiar landmarks? Have you ever stopped at a red traffic light and not noticed that it had turned green? Have you ever watched a television commercial? Have you ever become lost in thought while watching the dancing light of a roaring fire? Then, in all likelihood, you have been in a light state of hypnosis.

Safe, Natural, Enjoyable

Traditionally, hypnosis helps one to enjoy a deep state of relaxation. It is while in this peaceful state, one becomes more focused and actually has a heightened of awareness. The hypnotic induction simply helps the subject to become more directed and relaxed thereby making the transition from conscious awareness to subconscious awareness. As a result of deepening techniques, the natural endorphin and serotonin levels of the body are increased. As this occurs, the conscious portion of the mind, which is critical and analytical, is temporarily suspended as the subconscious mind accepts suggestions to benefit the individual. Contrary to a common misconception, a hypnotized subject cannot be induced to do anything against his or her ethical or moral code. As a matter of fact, while in a state of hypnosis, the subject is very aware of activity and sound and is fully in control and capable of "coming out" of this relaxed state any time he wishes.

More Than 90% of Patients Benefit from Hypnosis

Mainstream journals like Gastroenterology and Pediatrics report that hypnosis can help patients tap into their own ability to heal themselves. Reports from hospitals and doctors all over the world tell of using hypnosis to free patients of debilitating Parkinson's disease tremors for hours, to help asthmatics become wheeze-free, to eliminate symptoms of migraines, reduce pain and even to heal burns faster. Studies show that more than 90% of patients who were hypnotized received benefits from the treatment. Highly motivated patients, such as cancer patients, can undergo chemotherapy treatments without the typical side effects such as nausea when hypnosis is used before treatments. Burn patients heal faster and use less medication if hypnotized within two hours of their injuries. Patients who require surgery bleed less, have fewer complications and recover faster when hypnosis is used prior to the operation procedures according to U.S. News & World Report.

Hypnosis Helps in Many Ways

Hypnosis has been successful in a variety of other ways. It can help to relieve and control stress, reduce blood pressure and improve creativity and motivation. Hypnosis can even enhance sports performances. It has been reported that Tiger Woods and Jack Nicklaus use hypnotic techniques before every golf shot as well as athletes in many other sports including basketball, baseball, etc. as well as with teams preparing for The Olympics. A well known weight loss guru has reportedly used hypnosis to help achieve his goals in eating healthier foods. Hypnosis has also been used as a crime-solving tool in assisting victims and witnesses to remember forgotten details of a crime. Many people have used age regression to ascertain important forgotten information from childhood.

Weight Loss & Smoking Cessation

It is a well-established fact that hypnosis can be used as an effective tool for everything from behavior modification, success and motivation, healing and even pain control. Many other problems such as fears, phobias, pain, insomnia, poor study, memory and learning habits, self-esteem issues, weight loss and smoking cessation are commonly helped through the use of hypnosis. It helps to focus the mind's power of concentration to enhance the medicine of the mind, thereby helping one to experience an enjoyable sense of peace and wellbeing. Hypnosis has proven to be an effective, safe and inexpensive method to create desired physical and emotional change, positive results and implement self-healing where traditional medicine has often failed.

Diane Bahr-Groth, CH, TFTdx, is the Director of Mind-Body Transformation Hypnosis Center. She specializes in fast and effective methods for weight loss, healthy eating, stress, fear and pain reduction, smoking cessation, success, motivation, sports performance as well as fear and phobia elimination for public speaking and other issues. She is a Certified Hypnotist and Certified in Virtual Gastric Band Hypnosis Program™, Thought Field Therapy™, Time Line Therapy™, Neuro-linguistic Programming (NLP), Complementary Medical Hypnosis. HypnoBirthing™, Touch for Health (Systematic Applied Kinesiology) and Healing From The Body Level Up I, II and III. She is a Reiki Master, and MariEl Practitioner. Diane was among the first professionals to study with Dr. Deepak Chopra and Dr. Roger Callahan, and is a member of the National Guild of Hypnotherapists. Established in Fairfield County since 1989, her office is located at 1177 High Ridge Road in Stamford, CT, where she introduced the first Virtual Gastric Band Weight Loss procedure in the region. She is one of just a few American hypnotists trained by United Kingdom Clinical Hypnotherapist Sheila Granger in this new procedure. The technique was recently featured on ABC’s Good Morning America, CBS TV News as well as in newspapers here and abroad. Considered a healthy and natural alternative to weight loss surgery, Sheila’s program has a 95% success rate. Diane has presented many lectures, workshops and training programs including teaching Thought Field Therapy Levels I & II, various meditation and stress reduction methods, as well as assisting clients in effective life changing methods and programs. Call (203) 595-0110 for an appointment.




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