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What Can Hyposis Do For You?

What Can Hypnosis Do For You?

Whether you would like to give up smoking, lose weight, manage stress, improve your memory, or increase confidence, hypnosis could help you. Hypnosis is approved by the American Medical Association and is the fastest known method of reaching the subconscious, which governs over habits and behavioral patterns. It is a natural state of mind that you have experienced every single day. Hypnosis can help you control and eliminate a habit permanently. Hypnosis can remove all desire for fattening foods. It is one of the safest and most effective ways to stop smoking with little or no withdrawals or weight gain in most cases.

Using hypnosis you can build confidence, increase motivation, and ease stress. Hypnosis is one of the most powerful tools we have for gaining access to our full mind. Once you learn how to put your full mind to work, your potential is unlimited.

 

How Hypnosis Can Help You:

 

  • LOSE WEIGHT
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  • IMPROVE GRADES
  • IMPROVE MEMORY
  • INCREASE CONCENTRATION
  • CONTROL EATING HABITS
  • ELIMINATE A HABIT
  • REDUCE STRESS
  • HAVE PAINLESS CHILDBIRTH
  • OVERCOME FEARS
  • INCREASE SALES MOTIVATION
  • IMPROVE LEARNING SKILLS
  • END BED-WETTING
  • PASS EXAMS
  • OVERCOME INSOMNIA
  • IMPROVE ATHLETIC ABILITY
  • END NAIL BITING
  • INCREASE MOTIVATION
  • BUILD SELF-CONFIDENCE
  • ACHIEVE SELF-ACCEPTANCE

For more information, contact Jacqueline LeClaire @ 5706886055.

Certified Clinical Hypnotherapist and Master Trainer with the International Association of Counselors and Therapists.

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Hypnotherapy to Aid Cancer Patients

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Hypnosis can help the cancer patient address the symptoms that they are experiencing from their particular type of cancer. Many times the actual treatment can produce negative symptoms that hypnosis can eliminate or decrease. It can be used to create and control physical relief and well being throughout and after treatment.
Hypnosis can also help by creating positive expectations of the future. It can reduce the effects of fear and help the patient attain a state of mental calmness.
Hypnosis can also help improve the self-healing abilities of the patient. It can help the patient establish a greater communication exchange between their mind and their body. Hypnosis is known to reduce stress and tension and thereby increase the effectiveness of treatment and healing.


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Need help quitting smoking?

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For most people, the absolute worst way to attempt to deal with a smoking habit is through the use of willpower. Like moods and emotions, willpower fluctuates. One day it is strong, the next day it may not be. Willpower is usually neither consistent nor effective.
Among stop-smoking procedures there are countless methods, programs, substitute products, pills, chewing gum, self-help CDs and books and the list goes on. Many are designed to help build up the personal power to resist or overcome the addiction. Hypnotherapy does not work at achieving the strength to resist. It is designed to eliminate the desire. Instead of giving up something the person enjoys (a sacrifice), the individual’s goal is to be rid of something that isn’t wanted – a much more agreeable position.
Hypnosis is one of the safest and most effective ways to quit smoking permanently. We are very happy to say that the vast majority of those who have used our program quit smoking after the very first session. Most have little or no withdrawals or weight gain.

I have helped thousands quit smoking permanently.  You can too!

Contact me: http://www.resultswellnesscenters.com/Stop_Smoking.html

Call me at (866) 998-4100           I will be happy to answer any questions!

 

 

 


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Improve Athletic Performance with Hypnosis

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While hypnosis has mainly had a medical or therapeutic application, its use in sports is not new. For more than fifty years it has been commonly used and is credited for attainment of numerous medals at the Olympic games. Olympic athlete Mary Lou Retton used sports hypnosis to help bring a gold, and many other medals, home to the United States. She would visualize her performance and convince her mind that she could achieve the idea in her head. Her brain trained her body to believe she could achieve a perfect routine. The Russian gymnastic team has been bring hypnotherapists to the Olympic games for years. Any athlete can use this technique to improve their game. Boxer Kevin McBride is known for beating Mike Tyson in a championship fight. The boxer used hypnosis to uncover his full potential. Sport hypnosis helps athletes channel more of their brain power when they play. Using mental rehearsal in your athletic performance is a powerful psychological tool that allows you to take what you would most like to do and turn it into what you will most likely do.


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Can Your Golf Game Improve with Hypnosis?

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Tiger Woods has had a long and prestigious golfing career. He is arguably one of the greatest golfers in American history. Tiger Woods has been a disciple of sports hypnosis since he was 13. He uses sport hypnosis to calm his mind before golfing matches. He frees his mind from worry and pressure, and this technique allows him to perform better. The brain does not function at its full potential during every moment of the day. Hypnosis helps athletes channel more of their brain power and focus their energy. Anyone can call upon this power and use more of their mind. Using more of one’s mind can help an athlete achieve new records and accomplish things they had not done before.

 

Check out my website for more information on how hypnosis can help you!

http://www.resultswellnesscenters.com/

 

 

 


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ASK COACH JACKIE

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1-Should I stop eating all carbs to lose weight? M., Little Falls, NJ

Jackie :Your body needs carbs. Fruits and vegetables are also carbohydrates. Try cutting out the unhealthy carbs/starches such as: sugar and refined flour products. Do eat fruits and leafy greens. Whole grain breads, brown rice and sweet potatoes which are good starches. Also ramp up your workouts to torch more calories.

2-How much protein should I consume daily? I am a 34 year old male. T., Clifton, NJ

Jackie: In general, it is recommended that 10-35% of your daily calories come from protein. According to The Center for Disease Control (www.cdc.gov) suggests the recommended daily allowance for protein for men ages 19-70+ is 56 grams daily. Women ages 19-70+ should be consuming 46 grams daily. So you should be consuming around 56 grams per day.

3-How much water do you recommend I drink daily? I am a 40 year old male and weigh 175lbs. B., Tamaqua, PA

Jackie: The Institute of Medicine states a healthy male adult should drink roughly 3 liters about 13 cups of total beverages a day. For women, 2.2 liters about 9 cups of beverages is adequate. This fluid consumption pertains to healthy adults living in temperate climates.


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Are You an Emotional Eater?

Are You an Emotional Eater?

Have you ever reached for food for reasons other than hunger and nutriment?  Have you ever opened the refrigerator door looking for a snack out of boredom?  Do you celebrate by going out to dinner? Do you reach for food when you are stressed or anxious? Do you ever crave” comfort food?”

If you answered “yes” to any of the above questions then you are an emotional eater.

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Think about this:  When  you were a baby and started crying your mother gave you a bottle.  When you were a child and fell down, perhaps your mother gave you a cookie to ease the pain. When you finished the school year , your teacher  threw  a class party with all kinds of tasty treats. When your team won their ball game the coach took the team out for pizza.  When you were promoted at work you were taken out for lunch.  After a bad date you grabbed the container of Haagen Daz.

As you can see, we are programmed from very early on to use food as reward and a pacifier to ease pain.  This programming is rooted deep in our subconscious minds.

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Can you reprogram your subconscious mind to remove negative habits?

The answer is “yes!”

The first thing to do is to identify the emotion. We can then work on replacing the negative response, eating, with a positive one.  For example, if you typically reach for food as  a reward, you new response might be to buy yourself a little gift. Another example, if you are a stress eater, meaning you reach for food when you are anxious or under pressure, you might benefit by learning to meditate.

Do you overeat when dining out with friends? Your new response might be to order something healthful on the menu and drink plenty of water throughout the dining out experience. Pay attention more to the conversation.  Enjoy and be grateful for the time you spend with your friends.

If you are a late night snacker perhaps you need to get to bed earlier???!!