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Physical Health Hypnosis

Use the power of your mind to help you achieve your physical goals, overcome urges, help your body to heal, and so much more!

Be Slim and Fit

Does Hypnosis Help with Weight Loss?

        Yes, research demonstrates a significant effect when using hypnosis for weight loss.

       In a nine week study of two weight management groups (one using hypnosis and one not using hypnosis), the hypnosis group continued to get results in the two-year follow-up, while the non-hypnosis group showed no further results (Journal of Clinical Psychology, 1985).

       In a study of 60 women separated into hypnosis versus non-hypnosis groups, the groups using hypnosis lost an average of 17 pounds, while the non-hypnosis group lost an average of only five pounds (Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 1986).

       In a meta-analysis, comparing the results of adding hypnosis to weight loss treatment across multiple studies showed that adding hypnosis increased weight loss by an average of 97% during treatment, and even more importantly increased the effectiveness POST TREATMENT by over 146%. This shows that hypnosis works even better over time (Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 1996).

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"I notice myself not going to the fridge, and NOT feeling the urge to eat things that are unhealthy"

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Quit Smoking, vaping and/or chewing

Additional Information

*Over a 90% Success Rate in helping people quit!

*Replace old triggers to smoke/chew with new healthy habits.

*It makes you feel like you already quit a long time ago.

*It retrains your mind to that of a non-smoker.

*Free second session to be used within 6 months.

*It is totally natural and has the best success rate of anything on the
market today.

*Hypnosis works fast and proves to be effective.

*Carissa has helped hundreds of people comfortably quit for good!


Testimonials from Former Smokers:


"After the session, I kept waiting for the urge to smoke, but it never came."  ~N.S.


"I had been a smoker for over 30 years, at almost 2 packs a day. Quit after only one session! I recommend Carissa to everyone I know."  ~J.C.


"So cool that you get to walk out of her office a non-smoker. I am healthier, happier, and save about $2300 a year. Awesome experience."  ~B.B. 

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Stop bad Habits

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Are You Wanting to Break Bad Habits for Good?

If so, hypnotherapy is the answer you have been looking for. Whenever there is a disagreement between the conscious (logic and reason) and subconscious (habits, urges, triggers), usually the subconscious mind wins. Therefore, reprogramming your subconscious mind gets rid of the urges and triggers so that it becomes a simple thing,  like not doing something that you don't even feel like doing anyway.  Hypnosis is the easiest, most effective way to retrain the mind and overcoming those old bad habits for good!

Examples of Bad Habits That Can Be Broken with Hypnotherapy

  • Nail Biting
  • Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
  • Thumb Sucking
  • Trichotillomania (Hair Pulling)
  • Excoriation Disorder (Skin Picking)
  • And Many More!

Accelerated Healing And help with chronic pain

Hypnosis Can Make You Heal Faster and Help with Chronic Pain!

      From the American Psychological Association:


     Hypnosis has been used for centuries for pain control, including during the Civil War when Army surgeons hypnotized injured soldiers before amputations. Recent studies have confirmed its effectiveness as a tool to reduce pain. Among the leading researchers in the field is Guy H. Montgomery, PhD, a psychologist who has conducted extensive research on hypnosis and pain management at Mount Sinai School of Medicine, where he is director of the Integrative Behavioral Medicine Program.


     In one study, Montgomery and colleagues tested the effectiveness of a 15-minute pre-surgery hypnosis session versus an emphatic listening session in a clinical trial with 200 breast cancer patients. In a 2007 article in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute (Vol. 99, No. 17), the team reported that patients who received hypnosis reported less post-surgical pain, nausea, fatigue and discomfort. The study also found that the hospital saved $772 per patient in the hypnosis group, mainly due to reduced surgical time. Patients who were hypnotized required less of the analgesic lidocaine and the sedative propofol during surgery.


      "Hypnosis helps patients to reduce their distress and have positive expectations about the outcomes of surgery," Montgomery says. "I don’t think there is any magic or mind control."

  

      In a 2009 article in Health Psychology (Vol. 28, No. 3), Montgomery and colleagues reported on another study, which found that a combination of hypnosis and cognitive-behavioral therapy could reduce fatigue for breast cancer patients undergoing radiation therapy.


      Research has also shown the benefits of hypnosis for burn victims. In a 2007 report in Rehabilitation Psychology (Vol. 52, No. 3), Shelley Wiechman Askay, PhD, David R. Patterson, PhD, and colleagues at the University of Washington Medical School found that hypnosis before wound debridement significantly reduced pain reported by patients on one pain-rating questionnaire.



Sleep soundly at night

Hypnosis

Hypnotherapy helps you to more easily fall asleep and stay asleep. If you struggle from racing thoughts at night as you lay down, or find yourself waking up during the night, it could be because of an anxiety or excitement in your mind. Retraining your subconscious mind in hypnosis proves to have a high success rate at helping you to a naturally good nights sleep so that you can wake up feeling refreshed each morning upon awakening!

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