Self-hypnosis: Effective Techniques for Everyday Problems
Self-hypnosis is widely recognized as a valuable tool for overcoming many of the problems associated with our modern lifestyle. This reassuring, informative and easy-to-understand introduction offers a range of easily mastered self-help techniques from which everyone can benefit. Ideal for beginners and practising therapists alike, it explains how to: induce hypnosis beat smoking and bad eating habits conquer stress and phobias enhance your sex life ease conditions like pre-menstrual tension, allergies, asthma, and high blood pressure control pain build confidence and self-esteem
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