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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.

 

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.

Eliminate Panic Attacks

Hypnosis To Eliminate Your Panic Attacks!!!

Eliminate Panic Attacks…Stop Your Anxiety Feelings…And Stop Your Fears…

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Eliminate Panic Attacks and Anxiety once and for all. You Can End Your Fears, and Get You

Your Life Back. Even If You Thought Your Situation Was Hopeless.

If you or someone you know suffers from Panic Attacks, Anxiety, Fears of ANY KIND... you’re going to love this message. Now you can Eliminate Panic Attacks and Anxiety quickly and easily. No matter what kind of fears you have… Everything from fear of public speaking to fear of driving on the highway, fear of crowds, fear of failure, flying, heights, needles, spiders, snakes, cockroaches, bugs of any kind. With

Hypnosis you can begin enjoying life like you did years ago.

People wake up each day and find themselves having a life full of Panic Attacks and Anxiety, and compulsive behaviors. These feelings of anxiety and panic keep people prisoner in their own home. Your friends think you’re nuts. Your boss has no patience for your suffering. Your mind gets stuck in a “loop” of fear… Your life becomes miserable having to face these panic feelings over and over again, day after day.

Years ago I was the one paralyzed by fear. I thought I was going out of my mind. My breathing was out of control. My chest was painful. I thought I was going to die. I almost went to the hospital.

They say a panic attack will not kill you. Tell that to someone driving a car, when whatever it is triggers the full blown panic attack.

If you have panic attacks,  you know what I’m talking about.  A panic attack will not kill you as a rule. I know it feels that way. But there is hope. Hypnosis  

John Doe: Everything seemed to be closing in around me. I couldn’t drive a car for fear. I could not get into an elevator for the fear. I couldn’t go to parties or the shopping mall for fear. Hypnosis has been a blessing for me.

Jane Doe: Trust me… when you have to stop driving because you have so much anxiety and irrational fear… it’s embarrassing. I admit, I’ve even had to pull off the road and check myself into a hospital… all because of these overwhelming feelings of dread and fear. Guess what… no one understood. The doctors checked me out and told me there was nothing wrong with me. They told me to “relax”… I thought to myself… “yeah, right. “Take a chill pill”. I’m so happy I found Hypnosis. I have not had a panic attack since.

 Billy Bob: Not to long ago I was paralyzed by fear. I thought I was going out of my mind. My breathing was out of control. My chest was painful. I thought I was going to die. Everything seemed to be closing in around me. I couldn’t drive a car for fear. I could not get into an elevator for fear. I could go to parties or the shopping mall for fear. It was awful.The thought of taking medication was not on the list , my last resort was Hypnosis. It should have been my first.

Here are a few symptoms of Fears, Anxiety and Panic Attack:

You have chest pains.  *   Shortness of breath.  *  Your heart races    *   You may even be afraid to drive

You worry over the simplest things.  *   You “obsess” over the dumbest things.  *   Your throat is tight.

You have this compulsive thing you do and you can’t stop.  * You worry and worry    

You are gripped by an over whelming fear   *    You THINK your DYING

Hypnosis requires only a willingness to change.  And a qualified Hypnotist and you can ELIMINATE PANIC ATTACKS.

Monster Eliminator

Something all parents should have … If it walks or talks or crawls on it’s belly like a reptile, Monster Eliminator (C) is your answer to a good nights sleep for you and your children.

Monster Eliminator is your answer to those pesty litte creatures that lurk under your bed or in your closet. Just spray a a small amount on a cloth and place under the bed or in the closet and chant this little verse:

“Monster, Monster where you do lie … smell this elixir and you will fly.
And if you crawl away you will go, and remember this not too slow.
And away you’ll go for all time and tell the others of your kind”

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