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Just One More for the Road!

So what are the signs that you are abusing alcohol: -persistent drinking -a strong desire to drink -loss of control -mood changes -lack of concentration -memory blackouts -a growing tolerance to drink -lack of interest in other activities Physical symptoms you may notice include nausea, sweating, anxiety and shaking. Solution Focused Hypnotherapy looks at explaining […]

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Easy Weight Loss

What they all found is that when dealing with weight loss, it is not all about what you are putting into your stomach. If that was the case there would not be a multi million pound industry built around it. You have to start with the way you think. We are creatures of habit and […]

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10 Things Unhappy People have in Common

1) They hate work – We spend often over 40 hours a week at work and if we feel miserable there, then we don’t have much to look forward to. In addition, work place stress can overlap into our home life. So take the plunge and think about a new job. 2) Constant worry about […]

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Stress Relief in a minute!

The technique involves the following: 1) Start by placing the tip of your tongue on the top of your mouth. Keep it there throughout the exercise. 2) Breathe in through your nose for the count of four. 3) Hold your breath for the count of six. 4) Breathe out through your mouth for the count […]

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Anxiety – What it does to the body

The lovely people at Huffington Post have put together a diagram that outlines the impact of anxiety on the body and mind. It shows why it is important not to suffer in silence, but seek help. The link to the this diagram is: http://www.mindbodygreen.com/0-13987/this-is-your-body-on-anxiety-infographic.html When you see it all there. It is amazing that we […]

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Hypnotherapy helps with Acting

What she was referring too was a paragraph in Sheila Hancock’s autobiography, Just Me. On page 199 onwards she discusses the benefits of hypnotherapy. It appears she discovered hypnotherapy late in her career. Prior to this she had been dogged by crippling nerves before going on stage. Following hypnotherapy, she describes finding the first night […]

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Late nights and less sleep may lead to weight gain

What the research has indicated is that people with restricted sleep eat more calories than those sleeping more. … a whopping 550 calories more per day on average! They also found that people mainly ate those calories late in the evening between 10pm and 4am. Not only were people eating more, but the food that […]

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Lack of sleep can lead to brain shrinkage!

This study was completed on relatively healthy adults that were aged 55 and upwards at the beginning of the study. It was completed by the Centre for cognitive Neuroscience, Neuroscience and Behavioural Disorders Programme in Singapore. They asked people to complete an MRI of their brain and neurological testing every two years. In the mean […]

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Support of those with OCD

Solution focused hypnotherapy can help with many conditions and this includes obsessional thoughts and disturbances, which can sometimes be exacerbated by anxiety. During our free consultation, I will explain in detail how the brain works and why it might react in the way it does in terms of these kinds of behaviours. With the help […]

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