Use hypnotherapy to mend your ways!

With the United Kingdom’s National Health Service being in the news recently over extraordinarily long delays in A&E facilities, the Welsh Health Minister Mark Drakeford has said that too much pressure is being on the NHS in having to ‘rescue’ people from ‘harm that need never have happened’.
This he said was often ‘through too much smoking, drinking and a poor diet’. indulge
He told BBC Healthcheck Wales he would do all he could to ‘bear down’ on smoking and he also wants a UK government crackdown on sugar in processed food.
But we are being told often enough that we must mend our ways of we want to live longer and the surest way to do this is to eliminate unwanted habits from your life.
Hypnotherapists with the National Council for Hypnotherapy (NCH) are well-qualified and trained in helping their clients ‘mend their ways’.
The NCH says unwanted habits lead to problem behaviours or even addiction. It becomes something you feel you have no control over which will affect your life.
Habits such as overeating or smoking are the most common, but there are many other behaviours that affect people’s lives, make them unhappy or cause a risk to their health and the health of those around them.
Often these unwanted habits or behaviours can make you feel as if you are out of control.
But, says the NCH, the good news is that you are in control and you can change how you react to certain situations.
Hyopnotherapy can train you to protect yourself in ways that are healthy and which allow you succeed and grow stronger in body and mind.
It can be that easy, you just need to believe you can. Hypnotherapy works effectively with bad habits and behaviours because it works directly with your subconscious, bypassing the critical mind and getting to the root of the issue so that changes can be made that support your goals quickly and efficiently.
According to the NHS, coronary heart disease (CHD) is the leading cause of death both in the UK and worldwide. It’s responsible for around 73,000 deaths in the UK each year. About 1 in 6 men and 1 in 10 women die from CHD.
Major contributors to CHD are smoking, poor diets and excessive drinking so the NHS advises that by making some simple lifestyle changes, you can reduce your risk of getting CHD.
So, if you feel the need to take control, contact an NCH therapist near you by using the Council’s directory.
And, control is what it is all about. When hypnotised by a hypnotherapist, you are the one in control. The therapist is a guide and helps you on a journey, but the change can only be made by you.