Do you suffer from hot flashes, night sweats, insomnia or anxiety related to the menopause? If so, you’re not alone. For many women, this natural part of life can be quite challenging.
The good news is, Hypnosis is becoming a popular practice for treating these and other symptoms you may be experiencing. It is a natural alternative to hormone replacement therapy (HRT).
The Menopause Relief Program helps you reduce the intensity and frequency of your hot flashes and associated effects, putting you back in control.
NO medication involved… ONLY relaxation!
Hypnosis is a heightened state of suggestibility, usually brought about by way of a hypnotic induction. A hypnotized individual may look as if their are asleep, but they are not. Hypnosis does feel very nice and relaxing, almost like taking a nap. The big difference is in what you are guided to experience during the trance.
There are many sensations a person can experience during hypnosis; none of which can cause you harm or pain. Remember, you cannot be hypnotized against your will, it will only work if you agree to let it happen.
Most people find their bodies will sometimes feel very light or weightless and at other times they may have a heavy sinking feeling. However, most people find that they are so relaxed during a session, they have no desire to move. While in hypnosis, people typically hear and remember everything that is said and, in fact, they can easily speak and respond to questions. Upon emerging from the hypnotic state, clients normally feel very refreshed, relaxed, and motivated regarding the changes they are making in their life.
Just about everyone can be hypnotized. In fact, almost everyone has already be hypnotized. Hypnosis is a normal and frequent state of mind for human beings. It is simply an open minded state, and often occurs when we are relaxed or in a highly focused condition.
People often experience spontaneous states of hypnosis day dreaming or while driving a car, this is called highway hypnosis. Sometimes these spontaneous states are quite deep, so deep that you can experience a kind of hypnotic anesthesia. Have you ever noticed a bruise or cut on your arm but you cannot remember where you got it? This is an example of spontaneous hypnosis. At some point in your day, you were so focused on a task that you self-induced a trance and did not notice or feel that you injured yourself. Many experts in the hypnosis field will tell you that all hypnosis is, is really self-hypnosis.
*Disclaimer: Results may vary and are not guaranteed, while hypnosis has many beneficial effects, hypnosis is not a substitute for appropriate medical attention. Statements and programs offered on this website are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure nor prevent any disease of illness. When dealing with physical and/or mental illness or disease, always consult a qualified physician or therapist. There is no guarantee of specific results and results can vary. The only one who can possibly guarantee your success is you.