Recent Examples of hypnotherapy from the Web
Exercise, healthy eating, and stress-reduction techniques—like mindfulness, acupuncture, or hypnotherapy—may be helpful, as well.
This past Saturday, almost 100 women and a smattering of men showed up to hear inspirational speakers participate in a healing circle, discover their inner power and watch a demonstration on the healing capabilities of hypnotherapy.
The guideline said that non-drug therapies such as acupuncture (as well as physical and massage therapies, biofeedback and hypnotherapy) should be considered as first-line treatments for acute pain.
Friends assure me that hypnotherapy is the way to really quit smoking.
Some patients who have unsettling dreams can benefit from integrative medicine therapies, such as hypnotherapy, meditation and mindfulness.
A hypnotherapy office shut down suddenly last week after its owner filed for bankruptcy.
Last week, it was reported that Middleton is receiving hypnotherapy to treat the condition.
One local hypnotherapist issued a news release in light of the closure, saying other Boise-area hypnotherapy practices are thriving.
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First Known Use of hypnotherapy
HYPNOTHERAPY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of hypnotherapy for English Language Learners
medical : the use of hypnosis to help people with emotional and psychological problems
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