Wednesday, August 10, 2016

Hypnosis

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Does Hypnosis Really Work?

People have now been using hypnosis for thousands  of years. It was used by the early Egyptians as a  medical treatment and has been utilized for that  purpose by the Chinese from the earliest times. It fell  out of favor in the west as the medical profession  closed ranks squeezing it out.

 Hypnosis is a scientifically established, technique centered upon  thousands upon thousands of well analyzed, fully  substantiated case studies. Hypnotherapy has been effectively utilized to handle every mental problem from depression and self-respect to alcohol and substance abuse..
Now to be honest it actually is had a lot of bad press. It's seen as something  comical by many people. So just what is hypnotism?. It's not magic or anything difficult to understand. it's pretty much just a procedure which empowers the hypnotist to focus the conscious mind of the individual on an item or sound that allows the hypnotist to deal directly with the unconscious brain. 

What is Hypnosis? 

The unconscious is where we keep our beliefs and if you shape beliefs. I can't see why there's so much disagreement about it. Utilizing Mind Power. Self Hypnosis for weight reduction is all in your mind. You can talk yourself into or out of something with your mind. You can see things are going on when they aren't. You may think they aren't going on when they are. The entire process is actually spellbinding.

Many Individuals have different thoughts regarding what hypnosis really is. They may thoroughly consider it's being out of control or oblivious. Now and then when a hypnosis patient has completed a mesmerizing session they will say that they weren't spellbound because often they remember everything that happened.

Hypnosis is truly just hyper-concentrating on one issue. We accomplish this by setting aside our normal personality and concentrate on the intuitive personality. The cognizant personality is the piece of you that is continually assessing and censoring everything that is going on around you.  With hypnosis, we can evade the cognizant personality and make contact with the intuitive personality.

When you set aside the cognizant personality, you can talk straightforwardly to your subliminal personality. You will have the capacity to effortlessly deliver recommendations here. With your cognizant personality occupied, it won't have the capacity to scrutinize any of the recommendations. The fortunate thing about that will be that they will be all the more effortlessly acknowledged. 

So you can let yourself know things like prepare to have your mind blown. Doesn't it sound somewhat like contemplation? Hypnosis resembles contemplation with a reason. The motivation behind it is to purge your cognitive thoughts. The objective here is to discharge your brain by accomplishing a casual, tranquil perspective. 

Self-Hypnosis

Self-hypnosis closes down all the background noise that surrounds you. You have exhausted your brain of diverting your daily thoughts and replace it with the contemplations and thoughts that will bolster you in your weight reduction. That is the thing that hypnosis truly is about. Self-hypnosis is when you rehearse entrancing without anyone else's input. Use self-trance for weight reduction or to remove daily stress. Relax and utilize your psyche.

If psychoanalysis is to be made
available to the greatest number
of people, it can only be made
with the aid of
 hypnosis as
a shortcut......Hypnosis is the
poor man's psychotherapy

Sigmund Freud
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           


Tuesday, August 2, 2016

IBO

Slight Increase In Exercise Levels Will Greatly Reduce Irritable Bowel Symptoms
 by: Jeff Jurmain




A new study has found that exercising could help cut symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). These included abdominal pain and stool problems (constipation, diarrhea), as well as a lower quality of life overall. Score yet another one for physical activity, the one thing we can all do to help ourselves.

The study, based in Sweden, included 102 patients with IBS between the ages of 18 and 65. Half the patients were randomly chosen to increase their physical activity and the other half to maintain their usual lifestyle. Both groups received supportive phone calls from a physiotherapist. The active group increased their physical activity on their own, but with the advice of and support from the physiotherapist.

The exercising group was advised to perform “moderate to vigorous” physical activity for 20 to 30 minutes, three to five times a week. This is not a large amount of time, as you can see. But it’s just a half-hour every other day a week that could make a big-time difference in the state of your health.

At the start of the study, and again three months later, participants were asked to rate their different IBS complaints, such as abdominal pain, stool problems and quality of life. It was put on a scale of points assigned to symptoms. Those who did not change their lifestyle had an average decrease of symptoms of five points. Those taking up the physical activity had improved symptoms, with an average reduction of 51 points. This is a very considerable swing in favor of exercise.

Research also showed that the 23% of the people with an unchanged lifestyle had deteriorating symptoms. That compared to just eight percent of those in the exercise group. What’s more is that the measurement of fitness in the study showed a slight increase in the exercise group only. This means that even slightly boosting your level of physical activity could reduce symptoms and protect from deterioration.

The study, published in “The American Journal of Gastroenterology” has attracted great attention in the United States, United Kingdom and Sweden. It is time, IBS patients (and all the rest of us), to get moving.
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Sunday, July 31, 2016

Blood Pressure

It is no secret that chronic high blood pressure, whatever its particular root cause, can lead to heart disease, which is said to be the leading cause of death in America today. But what remains a secret, at least to many people, is how to deal with this condition naturally apart from pharmaceutical drug interventions, which the establishment often claims is the only effective remedy for lowering blood pressure. Here are four ways to help naturally lower your blood pressure without the need for prescription drugs:

1) Eat lots of garlic and onions, take garlic supplements. Writing for Mother Earth News in a 1997 review, Christopher Nyerges explains how eating lots of garlic and onions, two onion types from the medicinal Allium genus, can help thwart hypertension, lower circulating cholesterol, and prevent influenza and various other health conditions. Citing numerous scientific studies and a cohort of information he gathered from various medical journals and doctors, Nyerges highlights the ability of both garlic and onions to quell the arterial inflammation that often leads to high cholesterol, as well as prevent the sticking together of blood platelets following high-fat meals that may lead to clotting.

"Fresh garlic cells contain the amino acid alliin, considered to be the most active garlic constituent. When those cells are broken, as in crushing or mincing the cloves, alliin is converted to allicin by the enzyme allinase," explains Robert E. Kowalski in his book The Blood Pressure Cure: 8 Weeks to Lower Blood Pressure without Prescription Drugs. "It appears that the allicin is effective in the treatment of hypertension by causing smooth muscle relaxation in arteries, as well as vasodilation, the widening of those arteries, allowing a freer flow of blood upon demand."

2) Supplement with hawthorn herb. A member of the rose family, hawthorn (Crataegus species) has an extensive history of use as a natural medicine for the prevention and treatment of heart disease. Specifically as it relates to blood pressure, both the berries and leaves of the hawthorn plant help not only to protect blood vessels from hardening, but also to dilate blood vessels and improve blood flow. (http://www.umm.edu/altmed/articles/hawthorn-000256.htm)

"Hawthorn is a heart tonic -- period. First of all, it is a mild coronary vasodilator, increasing the blood supply to the heart muscles and lessening the potential for spasms, angina, and shortness of breath in middle-aged or older individuals," explains herbalist Michael Moore in his comprehensive book Medicinal Plants of the Pacific West.

"I have seen it help the middle-aged mesomorph, with moderate essential hypertension, whose pulse and pressure are slow to return to normal after moderate exertion and whose long, tiring days leave the pulse rapid in the evening. It will gradually help to lower the diastolic pressure and quiet the pulse ... The benefits take weeks or even months to be felt, but are well maintained, not temporary."

3) Replace the grains in your diet with root vegetables. It is a popular misconception that grains play little or no role in the development of hypertension -- some doctors, in fact, actually recommend grains to their patients. But science pretty clearly illustrates that high-grain diets, especially those that are also "low fat," are a direct cause of insulin resistance, which is characteristic of out-of-control blood sugar levels. Cutting out the grains, including even whole grains, and replacing them with root vegetables like sweet potatoes, carrots, and beets could help drastically lower your blood pressure.

Root vegetables are typically rich in potassium, a mineral that has been shown in numerous scientific studies to help normalize blood pressure. In fact, one of the primary causes of high blood pressure is mineral deficiency, which can quite easily be rectified through dietary modifications that incorporate more mineral-rich foods like root vegetables. (http://www.naturalnews.com/027407_potassium_blood_pressure.html)

"Both epidemiologic and clinical studies have suggested that an increase in potassium intake may lower blood pressure," wrote the authors of a 1991 study published in theJournal of Hypertension. "[A]n increase in potassium intake should be included in the recommendations for a non-pharmacological approach to the control of blood pressure in uncomplicated essential hypertension." (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/1649867)

4) Cut out the refined sugar and take more magnesium. Refined sugar, and fructose in particular, is a killer when it comes to high blood pressure. Excess sugar consumption can lead to insulin resistance, which is directly linked to high blood pressure. Sugar also prevents magnesium from properly nourishing the cells, a process that is essential for the normal relaxation of blood vessels. Cutting out sugar and supplementing with high-quality, non-GMO magnesium citrate, for instance, can help restore your magnesium reserves and normalize your blood sugar levels, which in turn will help balance your blood pressure. (*Disclaimer-Results for individuals can vary)
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