New Study: Mindfulness-Based Therapies Helps Reduce Anxiety and Depression in Cancer Patients

By Helen Holmes on June 12, 2012

Anxiety and depression are two common conditions experienced by people diagnosed with any type of cancer. When being diagnosed with cancer, people will start thinking about their family, future, and about dying. These things make them feel extremely depressed. The good news is that there’s a way to help reduce anxiety and depression among cancer patien [Read More…]

Should Alcohol Advertisements Be Banned?

By Amy Taylor on June 11, 2012

The call for banning alcohol advertisements has reached the Parliament. In the annual conference held by the British Medical Association (BMA), more than 30 leading medical bodies and charities made a resolution that will add more pressure in the government’s plan to reduce the rate of binge-drinking in the country. After the proposal to set a minimum [Read More…]

Meditation Increases Awareness of Subliminal Messages, New Study Finds

By Monica Wilson on June 11, 2012

On a new study, a group of researchers from Britain and Netherlands found that meditation opens more pathways in the brain that allow more information to enter and be retrieved. Their findings have been published in the Consciousness and Cognition. What are Subliminal Messages? Subliminal messages are images, words, or sounds that we usually hear and see f [Read More…]

Top 10 Ways Couples Can Resolve Money, Power And Control Issues in Marriage

By Lauren Nicholson on June 08, 2012

UK divorce rates are on the rise, according to the latest figures from the Office for National Statistics (ONS) which indicate a 4.9% increase from 2009 – 2010, translating to 11 divorcing people for every thousand of the married population. The ONS Annual Matrimonial Survey by Grant Thornton further revealed that problems over finances were cited as a [Read More…]

Haemodialysis Renal Failure and the Benefit of Counselling

If you have end stage renal failure it means that your kidneys are no longer able to remove the toxins in your body through passing water, also you’re passing little or no water at all, meaning the fluid remains in your body. The answer if your diagnosed with end stage renal failure would be the need for a substantial change in diet, fluid restriction [Read More…]

How Creativity Makes People Happier and Healthier

By Rebecca Lewis on June 08, 2012

On her interview with Tony Wagner – an Innovation Fellow at the Harvard Technology and Entrepreneur Centre and author of the book "Creating Innovators: The Making of Young People Who Will Change the World”, Amanda Enayati of CNN reveals how creativity can make people happier and healthier. Creativity and Mental Health Creativity and improv [Read More…]

Shaping up for Summer

As always, this is the time of year when hypnotherapy for weight loss is at its most popular as people’s thoughts turn to beach holidays and lighter perhaps more revealing clothing.  Also excess weight can be so uncomfortable and exhausting in the hot weather. So many people tell me that food and eating are on their mind all day long – when [Read More…]

The Creative Imagination & Hypnotherapy

"The (television) business is a cruel and shallow money trench, a long plastic hallway where thieves and pimps run free, and good men die like dogs. There’s also a negative side.” Hunter S Thompson No wonder it drives you round the bend. Finding funding, carrying the can, cashing in on the outcome; trusting to the rap-sheet of your reputat [Read More…]

Sleep Deprivation Linked to Increased Risk of Stroke

By Lisa Franchi on June 06, 2012

Many people, particularly teens and adults don’t usually get their 8-hour sleep at night. But habitual lack of sleep can be dangerous and may even increase the risk of stroke, found a new study. Researchers from the University of Alabama found a link between sleep deprivation and stroke by following over 5,000 people for three years. In such span of t [Read More…]

Building A Good Rapport from Your Very First Session with A Therapist

When going to see a counsellor or hypnotherapist for the first time, your initial consultation is important for both yourself and them for a number of reasons; not least because it is a chance for both of you to see if you can work together and strike up a rapport.  Rapport is a mutual trust and confidence between two people and is extremely important [Read More…]

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