Having obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) can be hard and at worst, crippling. Especially with a pandemic going on, even just the thought of riding public transport or going out to work is enough to give you anxious thoughts, right? So, let’s talk about how you can use hypnotherapy for OCD.
But first, how common is OCD?
There are approximately 2.2 M in the US suffering from OCD, and that’s about 1% of the population according to the Anxiety & Depression Association of America. Women are as much affected as men. Moreover, OCD symptoms typically show at 14 years old.
When you’re afraid of flying, you probably have trouble going on vacation or business trips. Your heart possibly races, your hands get sweaty, and you fear the worst—panic attacks can be really paralyzing. If you’re looking for a way to conquer your fear, hypnosis for fear of flying may be the answer you’ve been looking for.Read More
Do you have an extreme fear that’s controlling your life? Perhaps something happened in the past that has you totally trembling even at the thought of a snake, a party or simply going out of the house. In this article, we’re exploring hypnosis for phobias as a treatment option.
See, we’ve all heard stories of people paralyzed by their phobias literally and figuratively. Do hypnosis sessions really have the power to deal with those intense fears?
Let’s first take a look at phobias. Read More
Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) is a chronic anxiety disorder that affects 1 in 40 adults and 1 in 100 children in the United States. If you suffer from OCD, you know how frustrating, disabling, and scary it can be. Thankfully, there are treatment options, one of which is hypnosis. Today, we’re going to explore how using hypnosis can benefit those with OCD. Let’s get into it.
Hypnotherapy for ADHD may be a far-fetched idea because people with this disorder struggle with focus and attention. Recently though, more researchers are paying attention to alternative treatments such as hypnotherapy and meditation considering the cost and side effects of standard treatment.Read More
Hypnosis is a well-kept secret used by many famous celebrities and athletes. These are people who need to be at the top of their game to be successful. Several well-known stars have used hypnosis therapy to enhance their performance, overcome fears and limiting beliefs, for sleep, and staying focused. Today, we’re going to discuss how celebrities and athletes use hypnosis to impact their performance and improve their lives. Before we dig into this fascinating topic, I’m going to quickly go over some basics.
Based in Sudbury Massachusetts, we offer hypnotherapy to help empower you to overcome “issues”. Issues include phobias, addictions, weight loss, insomnia, building self-confidence, and more. We also offer virtual hypnotherapy worldwide! Our clients literally span the globe! As John Grinder, co-creator of Neuro-Linguistic Programming said, the unconscious mind records 1001 little details, that the conscious mind neglects. So when it comes to making significant changes in your life, we need to dig a little deeper and uncover what’s really going on behind the hustle and bustle of daily life.
Our subconscious thoughts, fears, and anxiety can really take hold of our life if we allow them to. Hypnotherapy aims to uncover and deal with mental health issues and emotional pain, that is holding you back in life. So, let’s take a look at 5 ways hypnotherapy can empower you.
It’s no secret that more Americans than ever are struggling with weight gain. In fact, over 40 percent of people in the U.S. are obese—a startling number that continues to creep up. If you’ve been attempting to lose weight, you’ve probably tried many things: fad diets, workout programs, pills, cleanses, just to name a few. One thing you probably haven’t tried, however, is hypnosis for weight loss. Today, we’re going to discuss hypnosis and answer the burning question: is hypnosis really effective for weight loss?
If you’re suffering from anxiety or stress, you certainly aren’t alone. As a result of our busy, modern culture encouraging us to always be “on,” anxiety affects 40 million Americans each year. Thus, anxiety has become the most common mental health challenge in the U.S. If you’ve been feeling overwhelmed and on edge these days, you’ve probably tried a number of things to soothe your agitated nerves. Perhaps some things may have worked slightly while others didn’t seem to help at all. That’s likely because they were just addressing your symptoms, not the underlying subconscious root cause. That’s where hypnosis comes in.Read More