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I’ve been hearing the benefits of hypnosis and hypnotherapy discussed quite a lot lately especially in discussions regarding finding a solution for people who are getting really stressed with increased workloads as businesses cut down their staff numbers to make ends meet, but still expect the same amount of work so get done from the fewer number of employees remaining. Are you one of these? Perhaps hypnosis would be a good solution for you.

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Wouldn’t you like to be able to reduce your stress and still maintain your productivity at work and be calm and relaxed throughout your day, even when you are under pressure from maybe bullies at work or friends asking for loans when you are short of cash yourself? Hypnosis can help with these problems.

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In fact hypnosis can help you to really understand yourself and others, help you to tap into your creative side and become very focused about whatever you are trying to achieve.

Hypnosis has a long history of helping human beings be the very best they can be. It can be used to control anything controlled by the unconscious mind – pain, blood pressure, fear, confidence levels, mood, sex drive… the list goes on…

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Check out Mike’s self confidence improvement on the link below and see how he became confident with women, stood up to bullies, and took control of his life –  http://www.hypnosisdownloads.com/blog/uncommon-hero-mike-blunt


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The fall in value of currencies, while costs continues to rise is causing millions of older people around the world to fear what their life will be like in their senior years. There is so much uncertainty that retirement savings carefully put aside for all those years will no longer be sufficient to provide the expected comfort in later life. Such questions as what would happen if they developed health problems, what if one partner dies and the other is left, what if they could no longer afford to live in their family home.

It is not all doom and gloom. According to USNews Money department writer, Richard Satran in an article published 5th March 2103:

Fear has motivated people to start saving more, but here are two positive ways to upgrade savings

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Given a half-decade of economic uncertainty, fear may still be the biggest motivator for retirement saving. The financial crisis inspired people everywhere to save more and hold off on short-term spending. “It shook people out of their complacency and got them thinking, ‘I should save more,'” says Ken Hevert, Fidelity’s vice president of retirement products. “All age groups—young people, too, are showing a tendency to be more conservative.”

New surveys by two leading financial-services companies show how attitudes toward saving have evolved, and highlight a couple of easy steps that can have a big impact on savings.

 These easy steps can be summarized in the following two tips:

“Tip 1: Planning for retirement boosts savings dramatically” – the planning process gives them positive goals for retirement

“Tip 2: Putting eggs in more than one basket produces far higher returns” …. “opening more channels for collecting funds has a positive effect on the amount people save”

Does planning give people a sense of taking control of their lives which helps to overcome the fear factor?

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banner_brainAll of us, in a certain point of our lives, experienced memory loss. It could be forgetting where we put the keys, if we have locked the door, etc. As we grow older, it is natural for some of our brain cells to age and die which would cause some problems with memory. Over the years, research on brain training showed that it could help in decreasing memory loss.

Dementia is one of the biggest health issues that the older generation is facing. Currently, about 24 million people are suffering from dementia. By 2040, the number could reach about 84 million of sufferers, making us one of the possible patients of dementia.

The same goes for Alzheimer’s disease which is affecting about five million Americans. Health experts project that Alzheimer patients could reach about 16 million by 2050. That is until the current generation would do something to avoid such problems with memory loss.

How does brain training help us in enhancing our memory? Continue reading

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