Stop Smoking Success Rates: Nicotine Replacement Therapy (NRT) or Hypnosis

Cigarette smoking accounts for a large number of life-threatening medical problems that could easily be avoided. Nowadays, people are attempting to stop the nicotine habit permanently. But cigarette smoking can be a tough habit to break and the whole quitting process is hard. Nicotine Replacement Therapy (NRT) is a popular way to attempt to stop smoking, but there are other much more effective ways you could use in order to give up smoking.

NRT involves pharmaceutical drugs that include nicotine as their main ingredient. If you smoke more than ten cigarettes (half a pack) every day, you will need to start on the highest dose.

One of the many negative side effects about Nicotine Replacement Therapy is that you are still putting nicotine into your body, which is still bad for you. It would be much healthier for you to stop using nicotine period. The good news is that there are various tactics that don’t depend on nicotine in order to help you stop smoking.

On the top of the list of techniques you can utilize to stop smoking is hypnosis. Thousands of smokers have used hypnosis successfully to lead healthy lives and be freed from their nicotine habit, but it’s a strategy that has a number of skeptics.

Medical research and studies show that the success rate for quitting smoking is around 66% with hypnosis, as opposed to the 2 to 6% success rate with NRT. A multitude of articles have suggested that people who have used hypnosis were more likely to be ex-smokers 6 months following their sessions in comparison to individuals who used Nicotine Replacement Therapy.

Once you decide to use hypnosis to stop smoking, you make an appointment with a trained hypnosis counselor that has a tremendous amount of experience with regard to helping people stop their habit. Make sure you are comfortable with him or her; also be sure to research their education, experience and background.

When you are in a hypnotic state, you’re guided there by a hypnosis counselor. We say that all hypnosis is self-hypnosis. The hypnosis counselor will then give you many techniques to stop with suggestions or affirmations that the subconscious mind will absorb. All these suggestions will allow you to break away from your past perceptions and behaviors that caused you to smoke and let your mind form new, healthy habits.

Many people stop smoking during their first hypnosis session, but you can possibly need up to three sessions. Soon your health will be revitalized and you will have a lot more energy. When compared to NRT, hypnosis is actually a more recommended technique for stopping smoking.

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New Jersey Naturopath Discusses Holistic/Alternative Medicine for Children

Why Holistic Alternative Medicine or Naturopathy For Children?

There isn’t a parent alive who wouldn’t gladly trade places to ease the suffering, pain or sickness of their child. Childhood scrapes and broken bones, high fevers and viruses, stomach aches and ear infections are just part of growing up, but no parent wants to see their child suffer through any of it…especially if they can prevent the child’s ailment or lessen it by non-invasive natural means.

Holistic Naturopathic medicine adheres to these tenets of natural non-invasive treatments. First and foremost, the naturopath lives by the credo to do no harm in his approaches or the medicine he prescribes. He or she will not introduce unnecessary chemicals into a child’s delicate system; in fact naturopathic or alternative medicines are made mainly from plants and are one hundred percent natural. Naturopaths and holistic healers treat the entire body, getting to the root of a particular problem by not only treating to alleviate a symptom but to find why that symptom has occurred and how to maintain optimum health so your child doesn’t get sick, or at the very least, is sick less often and is back to good health quicker. It is a tailor-made cure, treating each child as the unique individual we know them to be.

Many more pediatricians are referring patients to naturopaths also known as holistic doctors for the treatments of their children simply because they know the naturopathic and alternative medicine approach works better with children. Naturopathic doctors have been known to see effective results treating children for ear infections, sinusitis, allergies, diarrhea, and even ADD/ADHD behavioral problems.

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Mental and Physical Components of Stopping Smoking and How Hypnosis Helps

If you are trying to quit smoking cigarettes, you know how hard it is. However, it is possible, and half of all cigarette smokers will succeed in quitting smoking forever. Many smokers quit cigarettes by replacing them with different, positive patterns without having to experience nasty withdrawal symptoms. By far, the most scientifically effective, quickest method to stop smoking and achieve this great goal is hypnotherapy/hypnosis.

Stopping smoking is one of the most frequently practiced forms of hypnosis. It is often referenced as a highly effective tool to stop smoking along with other strategies such as nicotine patches and gums. It helps you end the smoking habit by eliminating or reducing cravings to smoke, keeping you focused on quitting, and promoting stress relief so you will not be tempted to smoke.

The smoking habit contains both psychological and physiological components. The physiological component is an addiction that your body needs nicotine to feel “right.” This part of quitting smoking is what causes the physical withdrawal symptoms that make it feel near impossible to quit. However, this is a short part in the overall process of quitting smoking, lasting only a few days. By the end of a few days, your body begins to feel normal and can function without nicotine. Based on ten years of experience and medical research, I believe that the physical need for nicotine makes up ten to twenty percent of the addiction to cigarette smoking.

The hardest part of quitting smoking is beating the psychological component, which are the mental and emotional aspects of smoking. I believe this accounts for eighty to ninety percent of the smoking habit. When you develop a smoking habit, you have an unconscious desire to smoke at certain times, such as in the morning. This is called a conditioned response.

Stopping smoking with the power of hypnosis helps eliminate the unconscious habits that cause you to desire cigarettes, thereby breaking the conditioned response to smoke. Hypnotherapy or hypnosis also helps you stay highly motivated to give up smoking by strengthening the wish to quit in the first place.

Smokers get stuck in the habit of lighting up and smoking when urges, desires or circumstances hit. This is why many people who try to quit smoking using nicotine patches or gums alone can’t. They may overcome the physical addiction, but they have no way to replace the mental habit of smoking cigarettes, which can become a source of stress relief for many who decide to use nicotine. Hypnotherapy or hypnosis techniques also serve as stress reducers. As a stress reduction and relaxation tool, hypnosis helps relieve anxiety and stress so you will not have the desire to smoke.

Eliminating tobacco benefits you and your body in many ways. Within days of quitting, damaged cells by smoking begin to heal, damaged lung tissues begins to regrow, and your sense of taste and smell improve. Within two to three weeks, lung function and circulation improve. Within one year, your risk of heart disease is cut down to half.  Within five to ten years, the risk of stroke is the same as a person who never picked up a cigarette. Your risk of heart disease and death from lung cancer and numerous other cancers have decreased.

Quitting smoking does not have to be a difficult process that makes so many smokers hesitant to even try. Hypnosis is a very simple, natural method of quitting that has one of the highest success rates recorded to date. Dr. Robert has taken hypnosis one step further and created the Banish Program. New Jersey and New York’s most effective stop smoking program with the only scientifically validated form of hypnosis available anywhere. CLICK HERE TO LEARN MORE ABOUT THE BANISH PROGRAM OR CALL 201-618-3534.

Serving the beautiful New Jersey and New York areas including New York City, Manhattan, Brooklyn, Bronx, Queens, Long Island, Staten Island, Northern New Jersey, Counties like Bergen, Passaic, Essex, and Morris. Also serving Rockland County and Orange County, New York.  Dr. Robert grew up in Clifton, NJ and loves servicing the New Jersey residents. He considers New Jersey to be his home and loves the many activities the Garden State has to offer. His office location is in Paramus, NJ right by the Paramus Park Mall.

Quitting Smoking is Easy with Hi-Tech Hypnosis in NJ/NY

Mark Twain’s famous quote: “Quitting smoking is easy. I’ve done it hundreds of times” is unfortunately true for the many who have attempted to quit smoking. Failure rate for quitting far outweighs success.  In some cases people stop for years only to find themselves smoking again, with a bigger habit then they had before they stopped. For too many, smoking becomes a lifestyle, and while dangerous to one’s health, it’s all too impossible to stop. And while the media is littered with ads for gums, patches and even prescription drugs to help a smoker quit, nicotine is a powerful chemical with high addiction levels that make quitting very hard indeed.

One method for quitting that has seen a success rate as high as 66% is hypnosis.

Since our subconscious knows no difference between reality and imagination, if a person’s subconscious can be given an “imagined reality”—say where a person is a ‘non-smoker’—their subconscious mind will accept that as reality. Then as the hypnotherapist suggests this reality to the subconscious, a person’s actual behavior will begin to change. These changes do not happen overnight of course; often a patient needs repeated sessions for the subconscious alterations to stick, but over a short period of time, many patients find they actually can stop smoking.

Hypnosis can aid in reducing stress, often noted as one of the major reasons many smokers report that they smoke in the first place.  It can promote greater self esteem and positive motivations and bolster a desire for one to seek out healthier habits. Hypnotic word-plays, associations and suggestions, and guided imagery are the methods of hypnosis that deal directly with a person’s subconscious.  Hypnosis is perfect for those people who have the conviction to quit but are unable consciously to resist the temptation.

By far hypnosis has the highest success rates of helping people stop smoking, but comes along with its shares of problems. These problems with hypnosis have been corrected, so you can have a much higher success rate kicking your habit.

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Dr. Robert’s one-of-a-kind of hypnosis is located in Paramus, Bergen County, New Jersey.  Surrounded by the towns of Ackermans Mills, Allendale, Alpine, Arcola, Bergenfield, Bogota, Carlstadt, Carlton Hill, Cherry Hill, Chestnut Ridge, Cliffside Park, Closter, Coytesville, Palisades Park, Paramus, Park Ridge, Passaic Junction, Pulis Mills, Radburn, Ramsey, Ridgefield, Ridgefield Park, Ridgewood, Ridgewood Junction, River Edge, River Vale, Rochelle Park, Rockleigh, Rutherford, Saddle Brook, Saddle River, Saint Josephs Village, Sinnickson Landing, South Hackensack, Teaneck, Tenafly, Teterboro, Undercliff Junction, Upper Montvale, Upper Saddle River, Villa Marie Claire, Waldwick, Wallington, Warren Point, West Englewood, West Mahwah, West View, Westwood, Woodcliff Lake, Wood-Ridge, Wortendyke, Wyckoff. Cragmere Park, Cresskill, Crystal Lake, Darlington, Demarest, Dumont, East Rutherford, Edgewater, Elmwood Park, Emerson, Englewood, Englewood Cliffs, Fair Lawn, Fairview, Fardale, Ferdinands Mills, Fort Lee, Franklin Lakes, Garfield, Glen Rock, Hackensack, Harrington Park, Hasbrouck Heights, Haworth, Hillsdale, Hillsdale Manor, Ho-Ho-Kus, Kings Woods, Kingsland, Leonia, Little Ferry, Lodi, Lyndhurst, Mahwah, Masonicus, Maywood, Midland Park, Montvale, Moonachie, Morsemere, Mount Pleasant, New Bridge, New Milford, North Arlington, North Hackensack, Northvale, Norwood, Oakland, Old Tappan, Oradell,

Hypnosis to Stop Smoking by New Jersey Quit Smoking Expert

Why Should You Stop Smoking?

Every smoker knows the health reasons he or she should quit smoking. The U.S. Surgeon General, American Medical Association and every other health agency relates the dangers of continuous cigarette smoking to shorter life span, increased rate of diseases including cancers, lung problems, heart disease and nervous system disorders.

So why do smokers cling to the cigarette demon, even though there is more information than ever before about the negative effects? Because smoking is one of the toughest habits to kick, and not just because of the physical addiction to nicotine. In fact, if nicotine addiction was the entire problem, the patch, gum and inhaler would have a 100% success rate, instead of a paltry 4%.

In fact, cigarette smoking is part physical, part habit, and part co-habit. Co-habit is the most difficult aspect.  Smokers light up frequently in conjunction with other activities, such as coffee breaks, after meals, in the car and during stressful events. All of these serve as triggers to smoking, and make it that much more difficult to stop.

The Power of Hypnosis to Stop Smoking

Breaking free from a smoking habit is one of the most frequent uses of hypnosis, and scientifically one of the areas of greatest success with hypnosis. Hypnosis is the most effective way to help you in breaking the chains between lighting up and non-smoking activities and habits.

More important is that hypnosis allows a person to change their self-perception and believe in a life without cigarettes. You may have said to yourself saying “Oh, it’s just so hard to quit,” or “I can’t quit, I need a cigarette just to relax.”

As long as you see yourself as a smoker, quitting will be about as hard as you think it will be. Hypnosis is a technique like no other to access the deepest images of yourself, and reshape them into the person you want to become. The person who has stopped smoking!

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Children Need Good Nutrition by NJ Holistic Naturopathic Doctor

Why Our Kids Diets Are So Important

As we all know, what a pregnant mother does affects her child greatly in utero, so should a parent’s good health concerns continue into their child’s infancy…and beyond? Nutrition, stresses, and exercise all play a determinant role in forming a child’s immune system and overall healthy outlook.  It truly doesn’t take much to keep your child on track, as it takes very little to pop them off on the road to good health.

One of the most important aspects to nourishing a child’s good health is to simply champion good nourishment for their body. Given their immature digestive systems, children are less able to assimilate nutrients than adults, so it is of primary importance for parents to be ever vigilant with their child’s food intake. It’s really not until age 6 or 7 that a child’s dietary system reaches maturity, and even then it is forever affected by what they eat.  And it’s not just the here and now that are affected; introduce a child to poor eating habits and they may very well have them for life.

Naturopathic science and holistic approaches stress the importance of good digestive health for both kids and adults. A properly functioning digestive system fosters the development of a healthy immune system in our kids, in turn giving them the defenses with which to fight disease-producing bacteria, viruses and parasites. In the end this is all really holistic science is about, having the body heal itself by a balanced immune system aided by good exercise, reduced stress and good nutrition.

Our children deserve the best chance we can give them. Dr. Robert provides nutrition and holistic services for children. He is located in Paramus, Bergen County, NJ.

Stop Smoking in New Jersey/New York: What Works and What Doesn't

In my many years of studying psychology, behavior, lifestyle change and the human mind, I have found that one of the most difficult challenges is to throw away a pack of cigarettes and permanently quit.

First, understand this: Our minds become conditioned to continue to do the same patterns of behavior because that is what is comfortable and gratifying for us, regardless of the logic we use to try to deter ourselves. Your deeper mind, the Subconscious Mind, learns responses and seeks to continue those responses— soon becoming a habit.

Let me explain…

When you first learn to drive a car, you were aware of every step. You held your hands
on the steering wheel at the “10 and 2 o’clock” positions. You stepped on the brake,
while being mindful to release the emergency brake. You had to think about how
much pressure to put on the gas pedal, etc.

Now, however, through repetition you now can drive a car without putting an ounce of thought into it.

The same goes for cigarettes.

You learned how to inhale them. You learned that when certain situations arise that a
cigarette made you feel better, you learned they gave you a “pick me up” and so on.
Eventually through repetition these behaviors became automatic and you now find
yourself lighting up without conscious awareness.

Your mind becomes patterned to stay in these routines because they become
rewarding, comfortable and satisfying.

In this report, I have researched and studied various ways to release this unhealthy
habit, and will show you my scientific findings of what works and what doesn’t. You
will find the truth about what works, tips for lifelong success, and what is purely a
waste of money.

The Smoking “Business”

Quitting the smoking habit is big business… and there are seemingly endless ways to
spend money on kicking the habit.

Giving up smoking is like giving up a bad relationship. Ultimately there comes a day
when you make the decision, only to return to what you know is bad for you. Premature
wrinkles and yellow teeth don’t deter you – so, how do you quit?

You spend an average of $2,300 per year on cigarettes. While some of the products and
therapies are expensive, they are still less expensive than your life long smoking habit.
As with all programs, each person is unique, so everyone will respond to a program in a
different way.

Here are some of the most popular programs today, along with some statistics on their
success and failure rates, side-effects, tips, and what you need to know before you
decide to invest your money on a program to become a non-smoker.

Cold Turkey

Many people try to quit Cold Turkey. It’s sometimes thought to be the easiest method
to begin.

Untrue.

It sounds easy to simply stop smoking and commit, through willpower to never take
another puff. The success rate is only a paltry 3 %- 5% because most smokers are not
prepared to take on both sides of quitting. These include intense withdrawal cravings
and event-based habits. If you have had a difficult time trying to quit in the past,
studies show you should consider trying an assisted cessation method.

The “Patch”

In clinical trials, nicotine replacement therapy has shown to double a person’s chances
of quitting, however it is not without its share of side-effects. The patch functions by
transdermally (topically) feeding the body nicotine at a continuous and regulated pace
over a 24-hour period, controlling the body’s physical addiction, which allows a smoker
to sever the mental reliance on tobacco.

Nicoderm carries a whopping cost of $270 for only a 10 week therapy. Adverse reactions
and side effects can include irregular heartbeat, rashes, nausea, vomiting,
dizziness and weakness.

Precautions: Before using this product, tell your doctor your medical history,
especially of: heart disease, diabetes, chest pain (angina), jaw/chewing problems, any
allergies (including drug allergies). Nicoderm must not be used during pregnancy. If
you become pregnant or think you may be pregnant, inform your doctor immediately.
Nicotine is excreted into breast milk and may affect a nursing infant. Consult your doctor
before breast-feeding

The “Gum”

Nicotine gum or brand name Nicorette is another nicotine replacement product which
acts in a similar way that the patch does. Whenever you feel the urge to smoke you
would chew a piece of gum slowly for 30 minutes until the craving dissipates. Most
smokers will chew between 12 and 30 pieces of gum the first month and it is
recommended to not go over 30 pieces of gum per day as there could be serious
adverse reactions. The gum is also meant to be used along with a smoking cessation
program.

The Gum is only to be used when you have stopped smoking cigarettes (then why
would you need the gum) and you can not smoke any cigarettes while using the gum
because of nicotine overload, which can cause serious adverse reactions. The cost of the
gum ranges from a colossal $200 to $300 for the first month and usually two to three
months are needed.

Side Effects: Because this gum contains nicotine, it has a peppery-like taste. It may
cause a tingling sensation when chewed. During the first few days of you using this
product, you may experience mouth sores, jaw muscle aches, increased saliva
production, indigestion, or headaches. Chewing the gum too fast can cause you to have
lightheadedness, dizziness, hiccups, nausea, vomiting or insomnia. Notify your doctor
if you develop symptoms of excess nicotine in your body, which could be cold sweats,
fainting, confusion, or a pounding heart. In the event you have an allergic reaction to
this drug, seek immediate medical attention. Symptoms of an allergic reaction include:
rash, itching, swelling, dizziness, and trouble breathing. If you notice other effects not
listed above, contact your doctor or pharmacist.

Precautions: Before using this product, tell your doctor your medical history, especially
of: heart disease, diabetes, chest pain, jaw/chewing problems, and any allergies
(including drug allergies). Nicotine gum must not be used during pregnancy.

Family & Friends… Support?

Sometimes our family and friends can be our worst enemies when we are attempting
something very difficult or “different”. If your family or friends don’t smoke, they may
not understand your desire to quit. Nor will they understand the extreme difficulty of
overcoming your addiction.

If your family and friends do smoke, they may have attempted to quit themselves, but
failed. Or they may not want to quit at all, thereby placing pressure on you to not quit
also. Human nature causes people to try to “hold others back” when someone close to
them begins to move in a direction different from the norm.

Your challenge will be to let others around you know that you are doing this for you.
Let them know that if they will not encourage you, then they should “keep quiet while
you quit.”

Ways family/friends can encourage you include:

– Assure you they believe in your ability to quit
– Express their happiness that you are quitting
– Give you love, unconditionally, even when you are grumpy
– Participate in some physical fitness activities with you
– Don’t smoke around you, if they are a smoker
– Don’t offer you a cigarette, or make it easy for you to cheat

Herbal Products and tinctures such as Final Smoke and the patch called Nicocure.

These options are popular because of the natural ingredients. Throughout the day you
would take multiple pills which supposedly work to lessen the cravings of cigarettes.
According to the creators, their products work based on healing the connection of
mind, body and spirit. Reports claim that the pills are large, horrible tasting and burn
immediately upon using.

Side effects include queasiness, making the user less interested in both smoking
and eating. Final Smoke can be purchased for about $139 at herbal stores and the
Nicocure patch is about $59. To date there is no scientific literature proving that the
ingredients used (which are of very low dose) can produce any type of anti-craving
effect.

Acupuncture

Acupuncture, according to Chinese tradition, inserting finely pointed needles in certain
points on your body will draw energy to that area and then redirect it to the area of
concern. This allows the body to heal itself.

Although peaceful and stimulating at the same time, for a half-hour treatment you can
expect to spend $135 for the first treatment, and $100 for subsequent treatments. A
series of over 10 to 20 treatments is usually needed. In most medical studies, the success
rates are no better than quitting cold turkey.

Counseling or group therapy

Many people may find the support and encouragement of counseling or group treatment helpful. Counseling may help smokers identify situations that trigger the urge to smoke. For help with your quitting effort, consider selecting a program that is at least four to eight weeks in length. The programs that work should provide plenty of encouragement and weekly one-on-one meetings with a counselor.

The downside of these programs is that they are very time consuming. Usually you will be spending 4 to 10 hours per week, not including travel time, meeting with groups or counselors.

Prescription medication

Chantix is a pill that is different from other ways to quit. It contains no nicotine but works on the same receptors as nicotine. It is meant to be used along with other smoking cessation therapies. The usually cost for one month is about $130 and many insurance companies do not cover it.

Side effects you may experience (that may persist for several months) are allergic reactions: hives; difficulty breathing; swelling of your face, lips, tongue, or throat, stomach pain, indigestion, vomiting, constipation, gas, weakness, tired feeling, increased
appetite, weight gain, unpleasant taste in your mouth, headache; or sleep problems (insomnia) or unusual dreams.

Side effects other than those listed above may also occur. Talk to your doctor about any
side effect that seems unusual or that is especially bothersome.

The usual duration of time on the medications is 12 to 24 weeks and people report that
after discontinuing usage of the medication, they often go back to smoking but not
as frequently.

As of November 20, 2007 Chantix is being investigated by the FDA for increasing suicidal thoughts, aggressive behavior, depression and mood swings. As of February 1, 2007 FDA concluded that Chantix appears increasingly likely to be linked to serious psychiatric behavior, including suicide. Pfizer has updated their product label to state this and further investigation by the FDA is being conducted.

Hypnosis

You probably have heard the story about someone who has kicked a 3 pack
per day habit with hypnosis, as if they have never smoked a day in their life. This is often
the story that many people hear and keep the “$49 dollar, guaranteed to stop smoking
Holiday Inn road hypnotist” filled to capacity. Hypnosis has a lot of stigmas! Mind control, doing
or saying embarrassing things, losing control or falling into a deep sleep where we don’t remember
anything often comes to mind. If this was the case, the world would be run by scrupulous hypnotists
sitting atop mountains of money with Alfred Hitchcock zombies under their control.

These are often the images that have been implanted into our minds by the media and
hypnosis used for entertainment purposes. The truth is hypnosis is a highly regarded
therapeutic tool where you are in total control and no one can make you say or do
anything you do not want to.

Hypnosis has scientifically proven, over and over, to have the highest success rate for
getting individuals to be smoke free. In fact, if performed correctly, A whopping 63%
in groups. The problem becomes that most people will attempt to stop with the overly
crowded, highly-congested, fly-by-night hotel group hypnosis, which guarantees you will
be smoke free “or your money back.

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Quit Smoking with New Jersey New York Hypnosis Doctor

Hypnosis to quit smoking

There are two ways to use hypnosis to quit smoking forever: self-hypnosis and hypnotherapy by a certified hypnotherapist/hypnosis counselor. A certified hypnotherapist/hypnosis counselor is someone who has gone through extensive training and has passed rigorous testing in hypnosis. A certified hypnotherapist/hypnosis counselor many times has an advanced degree in a medical profession like psychology, medicine, nursing, psychiatry, dentistry or naturopathy. If you decide to work with a hypnotherapist/hypnosis counselor, ensure that your sessions are done by someone who is an expert in the field.

There are many reasons that work against you when you try to stop smoking cold turkey. There is the physical aspect of nicotine. You can deal with that by using a nicotine patch or chewing gum. Most people have the patch on their arm, and still feel the craving for smoking. So this is only part of the picture. There are also psychological reasons (the real reasons) and this is where hypnosis is fantastic.

As a child you learned through repetition. Having something placed in your mouth, like a bottle or pacifier, distracts from whatever upsets you and you can relax and go to sleep. As an adult this learned behavior still works: you’re stressed out and reach for a cigarette. If you try to quit, you eat more food instead, end up gaining weight, and still have cravings for a smoke.

Smoking cigarettes is a conditioned response. The most well known example of a conditioned response is Pavlov’s dogs. His dogs learned that ringing a bell means that they will get fed, and after a few repetitions they will start producing saliva just when hearing the bell.

A lot of cat owners know that the sound of the can opener or the fridge door can do the same thing for their cat. You may have developed a conditioned response to crave a cigarette because you always smoke in certain situations. You smoke on breaks from work, in your car, and after drinking coffee. When you try to quit, any of these situations will remind you of smoking and create a strong craving for a cigarette.

Hypnosis creates a new response in your mind where you can replace the need to smoke with something healthier. Hypnosis can also break the bond of smoking with situations that trigger you to light up and therefore break your conditioned response that creates the cravings. Once these two reasons for smoking vanish and you have successfully used hypnosis to stop smoking for good.

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Myths of Hypnosis by New Jersey Doctor

Hypnosis is a powerful way to help alter one’s behavior (trying to quit smoking, eating healthier) but it is not a cure-all nor is it some evil trance-like state a diabolic turban-wearing guru can inflict on you.

Below are some of the misnomers about hypnosis…

  • A person cannot be hypnotized against their will. Hypnotism requires a compliant subject. The person being hypnotized needs to trust their hypnotherapist and needs to want to be hypnotized. A dangling pocket watch and a smooth voiced operator can’t facilitate hypnosis in an unwilling subject.
  • When you’re hypnotized you are in a trance. Contrary to popular belief, the hypnotized state is not unconsciousness or sleep. Hypnosis is a natural, normal state we all experience on a fairly regular basis, the most common example is: you drive to a daily destination, say to and from work, back from your girlfriend or boyfriend’s house and when you shut off the car in your driveway you’re not able to recall ever having driven the distance. What happened was, your conscious mind was busy thinking about something else, while your subconscious took over and delivered you home safely; this is a light state of hypnosis.
  • A hypnotized person can be given suggestions that will later lead them to do things they wouldn’t normally do. Watching too much late night horror movies perhaps? Both subject and hypnotherapist work together to affect positive changes (like stopping smoking) therefore the subject must want to do what is suggested. You can’t be made into a government assassin, nor will you respond to a ‘suggestion’ in 2 hours time and strip in a shopping mall!  Under hypnosis, you are in full control of yourself and aware of your environment; hypnosis cannot make you say or do anything that goes against your ethical or moral positions.
  • Hypnosis is a cure-all. There are no guarantees to anything in life. While it is true that patients looking to stop smoking have had 66% better success doing so with hypnosis than with ‘the patch’ or gum nicotine replacement gum, hypnotism requires time and attention. A willingness, by both hypnotherapist and client, is needed to alter one’s behavior for the better.

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Nutrition Is Essential in Cancer Treatments

Nutrition is very important for all individuals, but especially for those who are fighting cancer. For this reason, proper nutritional support is now being included in comprehensive cancer treatments and is a important component of integrative and holistic oncology. While proper nutrition in most cases will not cure cancer, it can provide strength and health to a patient who will need it as they fight their disease.

Poor nutrition can be extremely detrimental to a cancer patient’s treatment, and must be kept in mind when considering each individual patient’s treatment program. Cachexia and loss of appetite are common causes of malnutrition in people battling cancer. Nearly all cancer patients who develop extensive disease will deal with a loss of appetite, with common symptoms being weight loss. Cachexia is a debilitating wasting syndrome causing weakness and loss of weight and is very common in those dealing with cancer. Cachexia is similar to starvation in healthy people, but cancer patient’s bodies are unable to make the adjustments to slow down the use of nutrients.

Proper eating habits for those fighting cancer and undergoing treatments can help stop the breakdown of muscles, enhance tissue building, and avoid infections in those with compromised immune systems. Those who are able to maintain their health through nutrition and exercise will typically be eligible to receive more aggressive dosages of chemotherapy and radiation treatments.

All people suffering from cancer need proper nutrition, it is particularly important given the current lack of cures in those patients battling aggressive later-stage diseases. With that being said, all cancer patients will benefit from the strength and overall health that proper and individualized recommendations from holistic doctors and nutritional specialists can provide them. Cancer patients, their family members and caregivers seeking further information about proper nutrition in cancer care should seek the advice of these individuals and apply them to a patient’s particular circumstances and needs.

If you are suffering from cancer and looking for expert nutrition advice consider consulting with me, holistic doctor Robert Galarowicz and learn the powerful therapies you can use to benefit your health.