• Twitter
  • Facebook
 

Home / Research (Page 7)

  • Virtual Gastric Band Special Offer

    Welcome to this Summer's Special Offer: Virtual Gastric Band £200 for a 4 week programme!! Amazing value! The virtual gastric band is a fraction of the cost of an actual surgical operation. It is free of the risks associated with a general anaesthetic and invasive surgical procedures. Post-treatment adjustments to your virtual gastric band are very simple.

     
  • Use of hypnosis in childbirth!

    The use of hypnosis in childbirth!

     
  • Being overweight ‘linked to dementia’

    New research from Sweden has confirmed the link between being just a little over weight in middle age and dementia. Virtual Gastric Band can aid your weight loss. In clinical trials my method of VGB was 95% successful.

     
  • Using Hypnosis to Gain More Control Over Your Illness!

    Stanford University's (USA) David Spiegel, MD, director of the Stanford Center for Integrative Medicine, commented today in the New York Times, "It is an effective and inexpensive way to manage medical care ...People think hypnosis is about giving up control. But it’s actually giving control back to the patients."

     
  • Volunteers Wanted for Virtual Gastric Band Trial

    Trial ends on 1st May! I am looking for a few volunteers to take part in a trial of the Virtual Gastric Band. As you would be part of a trial the therapy is free!

     
  • Virtual Gastric Band

    Utilising the power of clinical hypnotherapy, your mind can be convinced that you have had a gastric band fitted surgically, risk free and successful. Clinical trials have proven this virtual gastric band technique 95% successful.

     
  • 90.6% Success Rate for Smoking Cessation Using Hypnosis

    Of 43 consecutive patients undergoing this treatment protocol, 39 reported remaining abstinent from tobacco use at follow-up (6 months to 3 years post-treatment). This represents a 90.6% success rate using hypnosis.

     
  • Hypnotherapy and IBS

    Hypnotherapy significantly improves quality of life in irritable bowel syndrome patients, both in the short- and long-term, claim British researchers reporting to the BSG conference.

     
  • Hypnosis and the brain!

    HOW can a hypnotist paralyse your hand just with words? By making a part of your brain butt in on the process that normally makes your hand move, a study... read more

     
  • Train to be a Hypnotherapist!

    I was just thinking that you might like to train as a hypnotherapist? If so why not visit www.successfulhypnotherapy.org.uk.