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Nov26

Trip to hypnotherapists sets woman on road to weight loss

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A colleague of Daily Mail journalist Sarah Stacey has written about how visiting a hypnotherapist has helped her start a journey to permanent weight loss in a way that previous methods never have. Writing her... read more »

Nov24

Boxer prepares for big bout with hypnotherapy

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Hypnotherapy and boxing may seem like an odd combination but for one young hopeful it is proving a useful tool in preparing for his biggest fight to date. Sam Horton, a 24 year old National Express... read more »

Nov19

Heidi Montag suffers from depression after 12 cosmetic surgery procedures

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Heidi Montag is suffering from depression so severe that her friends have begged her to seek help, according to MTV. The star of the Hills has reportedly been battling depression since having 12 cosmetic surgical procedures... read more »

Nov15

Expectant mothers use hypnotherapy to get rid of bad habits

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An increasing number of mums-to-be are turning to hypnotherapy to cure themselves of bad habits before their baby's birth. A study conducted by a leading hypnotherapy clinic, which collected data from 1,750 pregnant women, found that the number... read more »

Nov10

How hypnotherapy helped a woman lose a stone as she slept

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A woman has told the Daily Mail how clinical hypnotherapy helped her shed the pounds, as she slept. Suzie Gibbs claims the method helped her drop from a size 22 to a size 14. When a... read more »

Nov8

Women more likely to snoop on partners, says survey

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According to joint research from the London School of Economics (LSE), Oxford and Nottingham Trent Universities, women are more likely to spy on their partners, compared to their male counterparts. The research, which surveyed at 920 married couples, found... read more »

Nov3

Andre visits hypnotherapists over rollercoaster phobia

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Clinical hypnotherapy is helping Peter Andre conquer his fear of rollercoasters, according to a report in the Daily Mirror. Speaking to a journalist from the UK tabloid newspaper, Andre admitted he has a lifetime fear of... read more »

Nov1

Obese women have a higher risk of developing pancreatic cancer, says study

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A recent report suggests that obesity is a risk factor for pancreatic cancer, according to Reuters.  A study published in the Archives of Internal Medicine found a link that suggests women with more fat around their... read more »