New Years Resolutions
We all should set goals but I found even myself stopping short to reach a goal because I set unrealistic expectations on myself. You know like ..” I have not exercised in over 6 months but starting tomorrow I will get up early and go run a mile”
We should encourage ourselves and others to set Realistic Goals so we stay on track … like maybe walk until I feel tired or a winded. Then increase it a little each day untill you reached your goal. Then you can go beyond your goal.
HOW GREAT WOULD THAT FEEL
Always keep in mind that a setback is a set up for a come back! Right!
If you are tired of having New Years Resolutions fail time and time again.. How would it feel to finally loose the weight ..finally be smoke free or simply keep your promise to yourself to exercise more this year.
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as seen on the Dr. Oz show:
Hypnosis In Medicine
Medical Editor: Melissa Conrad Stöppler, MD
The role of hypnosis in medicine has been evolving over the last 100 years. Currently, the National Institutes of Health (NIH) in the United States is funding clinical trials of complementary and alternative medicine. Hypnosis in medicine has been one of the focuses of this funding effort.
Hypnosis in contemporary medicine was reviewed by James H. Stewart, M. D., of the Mayo Clinic in Jacksonville, Florida, (Mayo Clin. Proc 105; 80 (4): 511-524). In this review, Dr. Stewart highlighted basic concepts of hypnosis and reviewed the results of many clinical trials of hypnosis in treating a variety of medical conditions.
Dr. Stewart noted that hypnosis does not involve a process of simply following instructions. Rather, it is an actual change in the perception of the brain as demonstrated by brain tests while people are undergoing hypnosis. Studies have shown that hypnosis does not act as a placebo and is not a state of sleep.
Dr. Stewart also noted that modern hypnotism was introduced by the Austrian physician, Franz Anton Mesmer, who is said to have brought what was referred to as “animal magnetism” to France in 1778. Hypnotism came to be called “Mesmerism” and was soon discredited as fraudulent. Hypnosis as a method of psychoanalysis evolved in the 20th century. Over the past 50 years, many studies have demonstrated the potential of hypnosis as an adjunctive treatment for a variety of conditions.
In reviewing studies of hypnosis treatments by using a Medline database, Dr. Stewart found that hypnosis has had reported benefits in treating:
- anesthesia for pain relief and surgery,
- treatment of resistant eczema,
- irritable bowel syndrome,
- peptic ulcer disease,
- high blood pressure (hypertension),
- healing of wounds,
- smoking cessation,
- chronic tinnitus,
- fibromyalgia, and
- impotence (erectile dysfunction, ED).