Modern Hypnosis is evolving quickly. Advances are providing all sorts of unexpected, faster and proven ways to improve your health and life. Learn how you can benefit from them here.
Good reading and here's to your success,
Stephen Gruber, MA
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When we think of hypnotism, we think of theatre. On stage, the hypnotist tells his pliable volunteers to do something silly. In a deep trance and unaware of the humiliation, they comply while the audience laughs and cringes.
But hypnotism is not a frivolous party trick. It's a powerful tool in health care, says Toronto psychologist Dr. Judy Coldoff, president of the Canadian Federation of Clinical Hypnosis.
"People think of situations where a hypnotist has made someone quack like a duck or bark like a dog. We who practise it really hate the trivializing of what is a powerful technique," she says. Dr. Coldoff offers hypnotism as part of her psychology practice.
Everybody wants to be well and strong. If you should get sick, you want to be able to recover quickly, and bounce back to health. Nowadays, we know a lot about what it takes to enjoy the best health. Eat a good balanced diet - and don't overdo it. Exercise frequently. Get enough rest and relaxation. Minimize stress. But few people really understand just how important it is to actively look after your immune system.
In fact, relatively few people even know they have an immune system! What is it, exactly? If they cut you open, where would they find it?
What is the immune system?
'Immune system' is the phrase used to describe the complex mechanisms, and the interaction between them, that the human body has evolved to defend itself against invasion by disease causing agents. The body carries within it a sort of SWAT team of free-roaming cells whose job it is to seek out and destroy invading 'germs' - bacteria and viruses. And this SWAT team has some amazing abilities!
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The hot flash (or flush) is infamous as a classic symptom of menopause. And for sufferers, hot flashes can be a nightmare.
Hot flashes vary in their intensity and duration from woman to woman and are simply the outward sign of internal hormonal changes. During the menopause levels of estrogen fall dramatically and estrogen is involved in regulating the temperature center in the brain.
When estrogen drops because of the menopause the brain gets the 'wrong message' and thinks that the body is too hot, creating measures such as sweating and heat loss (through the skin) to try to cool down the inside of the body. Some women find they have the horrible experience of waking up at night drenched in sweat.
Hot flashes can be extremely uncomfortable and embarrassing, lasting from three to five minutes and occurring many times a day for some women. Hot flashes can last for years through the menopausal transition.
Although of course the menopause is inevitable the mind also has a major influence over the body and can be hypnotically trained to cool down hot flashes.