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How Hypnotherapy Can Help With Exam Pressure

Year 12 is a highly stressful time for many students. In fact, a survey of Year 12 students from a range of schools in Sydney showed how mentally & physically unhealthy life is for the students. Of the 722 students surveyed, 42% registered high-level anxiety symptoms, high enough to be deemed a clinical concern. Of the total studied group, 16%…

Why Some Behaviours Are Hard To Change

Sometimes changing a habitual behaviour that we are not happy with can be difficult especially if there is a secondary gain. Secondary gain is where an apparent negative or problematic behaviour provides a positive or beneficial result in some way. For example, smoking is not healthy but may help the person to relax or interact socially. Perhaps a person has…

Hypnotherapy for Motivation

We all experience from time to time lack of motivation. No matter how good our intentions are, how important the task is, how urgent it is; we can sometimes lose the drive to see it through to the end. Motivational Hypnosis can help you to become more motivated. Often the reason why we don’t achieve, or fall by the wayside…

Hypnotherapy For Binge Drinking

Drinking to relax and drinking to escape are two different intentions that bring with them different outcomes and consequences. To relax usually takes 2 to 3 glasses of alcohol as to escape from one’s thoughts and emotions can take a lot more. Binge drinkers drink to get into a state where they are numb and distant to their everyday troubles…

How Hypnosis Changes Eating Habits

Unlike diets which reduce calories that are likely to be put back on again, weight loss hypnotherapy brings awareness to the triggers and what drives the person to eat unconsciously. Hypnotherapy can help the type of person that struggles to stop after a small piece of chocolate and feels compelled to finish the whole packet. “Hypnotherapy can also help people…

Hypnosis, hypnotherapy, hypnotist & hypnotherapist: what do they all mean?

Hypnosis, hypnotherapy, hypnotist & hypnotherapist: what do they all mean? People have been entering hypnotic–type trances for thousands and thousands of years. But the scientific concept of hypnotism wasn’t born until the late 1700s. The father of modern hypnotism is Franz Mesmer, an Austrian physician. Hypnosis was originally known as mesmerism, after Mesmer, and we still use its derivative,’mesmerise today.…

Sugar Addiction Hypnotherapy

Sugar addiction. Stop eating too much sugar. Sugar addiction effects a large percentage of the population of the western world. Millions and millions of people are addicted to sugar to some extent. Many who do not think they are sugar addicts would, in fact, find it very difficult to abstain from eating sugar for a few days. It could be…

New Year Resolutions 2017

New Years’ resolutions are a conscious decision or in most cases wish full thinking made by millions of people to change their ways for the better. Why the majority of well-meaning people will fail to follow through with their good intentions is mainly due to not harnessing or understanding the power of the subconscious mind. Statistics from 2016 Showed only…