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Stop Drinking Alcohol

Top Stop Drinking Tips According to ,Wiki. How

Step 1. Talk to your doctor. If you choose to start the path to recovery alone, bear in mind that alcohol withdrawal can potentially be deadly. If you start experiencing severe withdrawal symptoms (panic attacks, severe anxiety, the shakes, rapid heart beat) you should seek immediate medical assistance. The condition could potentially deteriorate to delirium tremens, which is deadly, if left untreated.

  • Don’t feel like you need to quit alone. You are carrying a heavy burden, but plenty of people (including people with medical degrees) want to help you. It’s often easier to quit with the help of medical intervention than it is to try it cold turkey.

Step 2. Change your attitude about quitting. Remember, you’re not being forced to give up a good friend who has treated you well. Instead, you are finally ridding yourself of an enemy. Adjust your attitude so that quitting is made easier. Your better half wants you to quit; your selfish half wants you to stay the same.

Step 3. Try to pick some significant date to quit. Be ambitious, but reasonable. If you are very heavy drinker you must first slow down to avoid withdrawal symptoms (in this case it is best to have your doctor help you plan your quitting date).

Step 4. Get rid of all bottles, cans, etc. Don’t feel that just because you are having guests over you need to offer them a beer, wine, or cocktail. It is perfectly fine to offer people tea, lemonade, coke, or the like.

Step 5. Feel your feelings. Cry when you need to. Laugh when you can. Eat when you are hungry. Sleep when you are tired. This is going to be really weird at first, but embrace it. You haven’t felt your feelings for a long time. You will have a learning curve.

Step 6. Don’t put yourself with people or in situations where you’re likely to drink. There’s an old saying about “Playgrounds and Playmates” — look at yours. You may need to leave some of your old drinking buddies and watering holes behind. That being said, it can be quite a revelation to find out that the friends you used to drink with were drinking with you only occasionally and were having two beers or two glasses of wine to your five.

  • Don’t do anything you don’t feel ready to do. If going to the beach is a time when you drank a lot, don’t go this year. If going to a certain friend’s home for dinner is a time when you drank a lot, get a rain check this time. Protecting your sobriety is the most important thing you are doing right now. Take care of you! Don’t worry about everyone else right now.

 When your ready Hypnosis can help you on your way to stop drinking.



Stop Smoking Tips

Tips to Help Stop Smoking

According to, 8 healthy rituals to replace your smoking habit

To help committed quitters with overcoming the major hurdle of giving up long-established smoking habits, here are 8 daily rituals that can take the place of traditional cigarette breaks, and also lead to an overall healthier lifestyle.

Wake up with a glass of water

Highly dependent smokers tend to light up as early as 30 minutes after waking up. Instead of reaching for the cigarettes, make a habit of having a tall glass of iced water shortly after getting out of bed. Water helps to energize your metabolism, hydrates you, and helps your body flush out toxins.

Do a morning stretch routine

Starting your day with stretches has many physical and mental benefits, including lowering blood pressure and reducing inflammation within your body. Choose a mix of stretches that span all your major muscle groups, and do each stretch for 20 to 30 seconds. Try to do them shortly after getting out of bed. You’ll feel energized and may be less inclined to smoke cigarettes.

Create a smiling ritual

It’s true that smiling every day improves a person’s overall outlook and attitude, which is necessary when you’re trying to stay quit. Yet few of us smile consciously, or often enough. For 30 seconds a day, smile at yourself in the mirror. Focus on your end goal of quitting smoking and you’ll likely feel a jolt of motivation. It might sound funny, but you’ll be amazed at the effects.

Clear your lungs with a deep-breathing session

Practicing deep breathing at least twice a day is a great way to reduce stress levels and also help clear your lungs. Try taking in deep breaths – five seconds of inhaling through your nose, followed by five seconds of exhaling through your mouth. This can be done while in an elevator, the shower, or while waiting in line.

Keep your hands busy with the help of a water bottle

Smoking isn’t just a mental fixation — it’s a physical habit too. So part of quitting smoking is keeping your hands busy. A water bottle is a perfect solution; keep it with you everywhere, and refill frequently.  Your hands will get the satisfaction of holding something, and you’ll also stay hydrated.

Get outside for the fresh air, not to have a cigarette

Change the way you view going outside as not a chance to smoke cigarettes, but a way to relax and turn your focus toward the world around you. Find times in your schedule that you can get away each day, such as lunchtime or right after dinner, and go for a brisk stroll. You’ll feel both refreshed and energized when you return to your daily activities.

Do a daily social “reach out”

At least once a day, at a regular time, send a text, e-mail, or even make a call to a friend you haven’t spoken to in a while.  When you’re feeling the onset of a craving to smoke, focusing on reaching out and being social will help you stay strong and can lead to newfound friendships.

Have a no-technology hour before bed

Turn off your phone, computer, laptop, tablet, and TV at least an hour before bedtime. This evening ritual will help your body wind down and sleep more soundly, which is important not only for your quit journey, but your overall healthy life.



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Change Your Mind, Change Your Life
hink Healthy*Think Happy*Think Wealthy

*Think Thin*Think Change                  

You’ve tried diets, you’ve tried exercise all of which is good. And yet we still fail to become healthier and happier and seem to never meet our goals.So perhaps you need a new approach, perhaps we need a Mind-Body and Spirit approach. 

  • Not only do we need nourishment for the body.
  • We need to fill the heart with joy and love and compassion for ourselves and others.
  • We need to fill our minds with knowledge, always growing, always learning.
  • We need to fill our souls, our spirit, with awareness, self-awareness.
  • We need to awaken the child within and think change. 

With change you can at a deeper level of understanding and acceptance to become healthier in all ways. Enriching your life, healing your life. This is a class that meets weekly for 3 weeks on Tuesday June 3, 10, 17th and July 8, 15,22 from 5:30p.m. till 7:30p.m. A nominal fee of $15.00 per week is required per person. This includes Handouts to improve the results of your classes.

What you will learn is how to nourish the mind, body and spirit as a whole.

  • You will learn the difference between meditation and self-hypnosis
  • We will teach you how to meditate
  • You will learn Self Hypnosis
  • Healing your body through proper nutrition
  • How to have Increased Self-Esteem
  • Pain Relieving Techniques
  • Releasing Past  Traumas
  • Increasing Your Energy
  • Balancing Your Energy
  • Learn Stress and Tension reduction techniques
  • Learn Life Coaching and techniques to restructure your life for a healthier happier you.

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Why people with Cancer and other Illness’s use Hypnosis

Why people with cancer and other Illness’s use hypnosis.

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With many types of complementary therapy, one of the main reasons people with cancer  and other Illness’s use hypnotherapy is to help them relax and cope better with symptoms and treatment. Hypnotherapy can help people to feel more comfortable and in control of their situation.

People with cancer most often use hypnotherapy for the side effects of Chemo, Radiation along with the treatment for sickness and pain. I have found through years of work with hundreds of Illness’s that the evidence is that hypnotherapy helps with these symptoms. It can also help with Depression and Anxiety and Stress that comes with Illness.

Many Doctors recognize hypnosis along with conventional treatment works very well. Which is wonderful as we need a medical referral to work with these patients.

Avalon Hypnosis is dedicated to helping Cancer patients and others with debilitating Illness’s. Not only is their success with the side effects from these illnesses, there is healing, total and complete remission in many cases.

We are the product of our environment and our lives. Heal the mind and the body will follow. Having said this I work a great deal with client that are indigent and need financial assistant with their health issues. I can and do in many cases do Pro Bono work. My time and business is also in need of help. If you can donate to this cause I will keep you informed on the progress of this cause if you desire. Any and all assistance will be greatly appreciated. This is why people with cancer and other Illness’s use Hypnosis.


Relaxation techniques

Relaxation techniques:

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Relaxation techniques can reduce stress symptoms and help you enjoy a better        quality of life, especially if you have an illness.                   Explore relaxation techniques  you can do by yourself.

By Mayo Clinic staff

Relaxation techniques are a great way to help with stress management. Relaxation isn’t just about peace of mind or enjoying a hobby. Relaxation is a process that decreases the effects of stress on your mind and body. Relaxation techniques can help you cope with everyday stress and with stress related to various health problems, such as cancer and pain.

Whether your stress is spiraling out of control or you’ve already got it tamed, you can benefit from learning relaxation techniques. Learning basic relaxation techniques is easy. Relaxation techniques also are often free or low cost, pose little risk and can be done just about anywhere. Explore these simple relaxation techniques and get started on de-stressing your life and improving your health.

The benefits of relaxation techniques

When faced with numerous responsibilities and tasks or the demands of an illness, relaxation techniques may take a back seat in your life. But that means you might miss out on the health benefits of relaxation.

Practicing relaxation techniques can reduce stress symptoms by:

  • Slowing your heart rate
  • Lowering blood pressure
  • Slowing your breathing rate
  • Increasing blood flow to major muscles
  • Reducing muscle tension and chronic pain
  • Improving concentration
  • Reducing anger and frustration
  • Boosting confidence to handle problems

To get the most benefit, use relaxation techniques along with other positive coping methods, such as exercising, getting enough sleep, and reaching out to supportive family and friends.

Relaxation techniques: Try these steps to reduce stress

Types of relaxation techniques

Health professionals such as complementary and alternative medicine practitioners, doctors and psychotherapists can teach various relaxation techniques. But if you prefer, you also can learn some relaxation techniques on your own.

In general, relaxation techniques involve refocusing your attention on something calming and increasing awareness of your body. It doesn’t matter which relaxation technique you choose. What matters is that you try to practice relaxation regularly to reap its benefits.

There are several main types of relaxation techniques, including:

  • Autogenic relaxation. Autogenic means something that comes from within you. In this relaxation technique, you use both visual imagery and body awareness to reduce stress. You repeat words or suggestions in your mind to relax and reduce muscle tension. For example, you may imagine a peaceful setting and then focus on controlled, relaxing breathing, slowing your heart rate, or feeling different physical sensations, such as relaxing each arm or leg one by one.
  • Progressive muscle relaxation. In this relaxation technique, you focus on slowly tensing and then relaxing each muscle group. This helps you focus on the difference between muscle tension and relaxation. You become more aware of physical sensations. One method of progressive muscle relaxation is to start by tensing and relaxing the muscles in your toes and progressively working your way up to your neck and head. You can also start with your head and neck and work down to your toes. Tense your muscles for at least five seconds and then relax for 30 seconds, and repeat.
  • Visualization. In this relaxation technique, you form mental images to take a visual journey to a peaceful, calming place or situation. During visualization, try to use as many senses as you can, including smell, sight, sound and touch. If you imagine relaxing at the ocean, for instance, think about such things as the smell of salt water, the sound of crashing waves and the warmth of the sun on your body. You may want to close your eyes, sit in a quiet spot and loosen any tight clothing.

Other common relaxation techniques include:

  • Hypnosis
  • Massage
  • Meditation
  • Tai chi
  • Yoga

Relaxation techniques take practice

As you learn relaxation techniques, you’ll become more aware of muscle tension and other physical sensations of stress. Once you know what the stress response feels like, you can make a conscious effort to practice a relaxation technique the moment you start to feel stress symptoms. This can prevent stress from spiraling out of control.

Remember that relaxation techniques are skills. And as with any skill, your ability to relax improves with practice. Be patient with yourself — don’t let your effort to practice relaxation techniques become yet another stress-or. If one relaxation technique doesn’t work for you, try another. If none of your efforts at stress reduction seem to work, talk to your doctor about other options.

Also, bear in mind that some people, especially those with serious psychological issues and a history of abuse, may experience feelings of emotional discomfort during some relaxation techniques. Although this is rare, if you experience emotional discomfort during relaxation techniques, stop what you’re doing and consider talking to your health care professional or mental health provider.

Relaxation techniques work well with use of Hypnosis too.

Sports Improvement with Hypnosis

Sports Improvement with Hypnosis

Sports Improvement with Hypnosis is a fast track to success.

Your not the only one interested in Sports Improvement with Hypnosis. Look at the following list of success stories.

Contrasty portrait of a sportsmanSome well known athletes who have used hypnosis for sports improvement:

  • Jimmy Connors
  • Jack Nicklaus
  • Katheryn Napier
  • Kobe Bryant
  • Nolan Ryan
  • David Beckham
  • Kristi Yamaguchi
  • Billy Finnegan
  • Tiger Woods
  • Shaquil O’Neil

Here are just a few things you can use Hypnosis for Sports Improvement:

  • Keep the pressure on for your highest level of performance.
  • Improve athletic performance
  • Focus on success and improve confidence
  • Release mental blocks, fears and limiting beliefs
  • Remain calm, focused and relaxed during competition
  • Increase your consistency
  • Overcome fear of re-injury
  • Find the ZONE of success by design
Marathon Runners

Sports Improvement with Hypnosis

Athletes will often use imagery and visualization just before their event to achieve their desired goal. By closing their eyes and focusing on achieving their goal, they can improve their performance. Once they have pictured it in their mind they then proceed to do it. Utilizing this technique is especially beneficial when the sport requires a brief burst of energy. 

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Sports hypnosis according to the dictionary,refers to the use of hypnotherapy with athletes in order to enhance sporting performance. Hypnosis in sports has therapeutic and performance enhancing functions. The mental state of athletes during training and competition is said to impact performance. Hypnosis is a form of mental training and can therefore contribute to enhancing athletic execution. Sports hypnosis is used by athletes, coaches and psychologists.

Hypnosis is one of several techniques that athletes employ to accomplish their sporting goals and it is equally beneficial to coaches as well as athletes. Hypnosis does for the mind what physical activity does for the body of an athlete. The fact behind sports hypnosis is that relaxation is key to improved sporting performance and athletes may perform better if they are able to relax mentally and focus on the task at hand. Hypnosis can help athletes attain relaxation during practice and competition. Hypnosis also helps to control anxiety and manage stress in athletes.

Sports Improvement with Hypnosis  can be  every coaches dream.



Test Anxiety

Test AnxietyHypnosis for test anxiety, lets make it go away.

Generally, we all experience some level of Test Anxiety nervousness or tension before tests or other important events in our lives.

A little nervousness can actually help motivate us; however, too much Test Anxiety can become a problem – especially if it interferes with our ability to prepare for and perform on tests.

Dealing, with Test Anxiety

The first step is to distinguish between two types of anxiety. If your anxiety is a direct result of lack of preparation, consider it a normal, rational reaction. However, if you are adequately prepared but still panic, “blank out”, and/or overreact, your reaction is not rational. While both of these anxieties may be considered normal (anyone can have them) it is certainly helpful to know how to overcome their effects.

Preparation Can Help

Preparation is the best way to minimize rationale anxiety. Consider the following:

  • Avoid “cramming” for a test. Trying to master a semester’s worth of material the day before the test is a poor way to learn and can easily produce anxiety. This is not the time to try to learn a great deal of material.
  • Combine all the information you have been presented throughout the semester and work on mastering the main concepts of the course.
  • When studying for the test, ask yourself what questions may be asked and try to answer them by integrating ideas from lectures, notes, texts, and supplementary readings.
  • If you are unable to cover all the material given throughout the semester, select important portions that you can cover well. Set a goal of presenting your knowledge of this information on the test.

Changing Your Attitude

Improving your perspective of the test-taking experience can actually help you enjoy studying and may improve your performance. Don’t overplay the importance of the grade – it is not a reflection of your self-worth nor does it predict your future success. Try the following:

  • Remember that the most reasonable expectation is to try to show as much of what you know as you can.
  • Remind yourself that a test is only a test – there will be others.
  • Avoid thinking of yourself in irrational, all-or-nothing terms.
  • Reward yourself after the test – take in a movie, go out to eat, or visit with friends.

Don’t Forget the Basics

Students preparing for tests often neglect basic biological, emotional, and social needs. To do your best, you must attend to these needs. Think of yourself as a total person – not just a test taker. Remember to:

  • Continue the habits of good nutrition and exercise. Continue your recreational pursuits and social activities – all contribute to your emotional and physical well-being.
  • Follow a moderate pace when studying; vary your work when possible and take breaks when needed.
  • Get plenty of sleep the night before the test – when you are overly tired you will not function at your absolute best.
  • Once you feel you are adequately prepared for the test, do something relaxing.

The Day of the Test

To be able to do your best on the day of the test we suggest the following:

  • Begin your day with a moderate breakfast and avoid coffee if you are prone to “caffeine jitters.” Even people who usually manage caffeine well may feel light-headed and jittery when indulging on the day of a test.
  • Try to do something relaxing the hour before the test – last minute cramming will cloud your mastering of the overall concepts of the course.
  • Plan to arrive at the test location early – this will allow you to relax and to select a seat located away from doors, windows, and other distractions.
  • Avoid classmates who generate anxiety and tend to upset your stability.
  • If waiting for the test to begin causes anxiety, distract yourself by reading a magazine or newspaper.

During the Test: Basic Strategies

Before you begin answering the questions on the test, take a few minutes and do the following:

  • First review the entire test; then read the directions twice. Try to think of the test as an opportunity to show the professor what you know; then begin to organize your time efficiently. Work on the easiest portions of the test first.
  • For essay questions, construct a short outline for yourself – then begin your answer with a summary sentence. This will help you avoid the rambling and repetition which can irrate the person grading the test. For short-answer questions, answer only what is asked – short and to the point. If you have difficulty with an item involving a written response, show what knowledge you can. If proper terminology evades you, show what you know with your own words.
  • For multiple choice questions, read all the options first, then eliminate the most obvious. Unsure of the correct response? Rely on your first impression, then move on quickly. Beware of tricky qualifying words such as “only,” “always,” or “most.”
  • Do not rush through the test. Wear a watch and check it frequently as you pace yourself. If it appears you will be unable to finish the entire test, concentrate on those portions which you can answer well. Recheck your answers only if you have extra time – and only if you are not anxious.

During the Test: Anxiety Control

Curb excess anxiety in any of the following ways:

  • Tell yourself “I can be anxious later, now is the time to take the exam.”
  • Focus on answering the question, not on your grade or others’ performances.
  • Counter negative thoughts with other, more valid thoughts like, “I don’t have to be perfect.”
  • Tense and relax muscles throughout your body; take a couple of slow deep breaths and try to maintain a positive attitude.
  • If allowed, get a drink or go to the bathroom.
  • Ask the instructor a question.
  • Eat something.
  • Break your pencil lead – then go sharpen it.
  • Think for a moment about the post-exam reward you promised yourself.

After the Test

Whether you did well or not, be sure to follow through on the reward you promised yourself – and enjoy it! Try not to dwell on all the mistakes you might have made. Do not immediately begin studying for the next test. . . indulge in something relaxing for a little while.

Need Additional Help? Couple this with Hypnosis and you have a winner.

Hypnosis is one of the best most successful ways of eliminating Test Anxiety, call today for a free consultation.