Hypnosis for IBS (The facts)

There have been several research studies done on the benefits of using hypnotherapy for IBS (Irritable bowel syndrome). Although no one can truly say why it works, the studies are clearly showing that for IBS symptoms both physically and emotionally, hypnosis works wonders. In one particular study, 75 people received between five and seven 30Continue reading “Hypnosis for IBS (The facts)”

How Hypnotherapy can help you to lose weight and keep it off!

If you’ve struggled throughout your life with weight gain and found it hard to stick to a healthy diet and exercise routine, then there’s a good chance your subconscious mind is sabotaging your weight loss efforts and it’s time you got it under control! Habits are what make or break us. The things we doContinue reading “How Hypnotherapy can help you to lose weight and keep it off!”

Rumination and Stress

Everyone is coping differently with the current situation we are facing globally at the moment. Some people are using it as motivation. Others are using it as a time to relax and recover, or to connect within and some to pig out and eat what they want! For some people, this lock-down will cause aContinue reading “Rumination and Stress”

Why change is so hard

Have you tried to make a positive change in your life, only to find yourself back into your old habits within a short amount of time? This is actually pretty common and usually what happens when we try to make a change from our conscious mind. 95% of our life is run by programs inContinue reading “Why change is so hard”

Do you know your overeating triggers?

If you’re stuck indoors at the moment, you might find yourself eating more than you need to. For some people, boredom is a great reason to eat and relieve the stress of not being able to do anything. Left unchecked, emotional eating can lead to obesity and all sorts of health problems, so it’s goodContinue reading “Do you know your overeating triggers?”

Hypnotherapy and Agoraphobia

This is what makes hypnotherapy so powerful. Combined with CBT (cognitive behavioral therapy), hypnotherapy can access the subconscious mind and help to re-frame the way the outside world is seen. This will allow the person experiencing the high levels of anxiety to take control of their unconscious behaviors and feel safe whenever they are out and about.