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CBT OCD - What They're Not Telling You About CBT

15th July 2009
CBT OCD has been around for a long time. Yet, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder is growing, not shrinking. There are more people than ever that have OCD so why is your therapist still using the same old boring method that still doesn't work? They love to tell... Read >
Author: Derek Soto

Neglis Aplastic Anemia

15th June 2009
Neglis Aplastic Anemia is a kind of disease which has effects on the bone marrow such that it will not effectively replenish the blood cells that are required by the body. This is generally due to disorders which cause the bone marrow not to function norm... Read >
Author: Andrew Bray

Bashful Bladder - Treating Avoidant Paruresis with Hypnotherapy

08th April 2009
Many people have experienced short episodes of hesitation or 'shy bladder' when about to urinate in a public toilet or urinal. Indeed, public toilets with their close proximity to others can sometimes have a temporary inhibiting affect on even the most... Read >
Author: Peter Field

How To Determine If A Person Is Bipolar

27th March 2009
In order to live a normal life, it is important for a person to have good physical health. However, you should also consider that your mental health is also important. The brain is what controls everything you do in your daily life. It controls your speec... Read >
Author: Jesus Sabu

Hypnotherapy for Fear of Dogs: Cynophobia Treatment

20th March 2009
The fear of dogs or dog phobia is a fairly common issue that we are called on to deal with here in our UK hypnotherapy practice. Its medical name is cynophobia. Like so many other phobias, a dog phobia is by nature irrational and the cynophobic indi... Read >
Author: Peter Field

Treating Panic Attacks is Finally Possible

03rd March 2009
Panic attack sufferers often think treating panic attacks is almost impossible. Living with constant fear that makes anyone's life difficult. Panic attacks have blind sided me for almost 4 years even if I had been always searching and looking towards t... Read >
Author: broalex

Hypnotherapy Help for Driving Anxiety and Driving Fear

17th December 2008
Driving anxiety and fear of driving, whether on roads, freeways or motorways, is a fairly common issue in today's busy world. Often, the person suffering from this truly debilitating driving fear may have been a confident driver for years and then, sud... Read >
Author: Peter Field

Know the Symptoms of a Sinus Infection in an Instant

10th November 2008
Knowing the symptoms of a sinus infection may spell the difference between suffering from sinusitis and living a healthy and normal life. Nobody wants to have sinusitis as it brings about pain and discomfort in our daily lives. With sinusitis, it may ... Read >
Author: carla san g.

What are The Physical Effects of Sleep Deprivation?

02nd September 2008
Most people link sleep deprivation to mental and psychological problems, but there are also many physical elements that can cause sleep deprivation. Some of the physical effects of sleep deprivation are obviously visible to others, but some are only felt ... Read >
Author: Writingman1421

Beagle Puppies Good With Kids

04th February 2008
As puppies, beagles are born to hunt, but with socializing beginning at a young age, they can quickly learn to get along with other beagles, other animals as well as with humans. They are especially fond of young children and make excellent pets for fam... Read >
Author: Michelle Adams

Ayurveda: a boon for human community

20th April 2007
Ayurveda is science that developed as the human evolved. Ayurveda can be called as the science that deals with health of a person. The main stress of ayurveda is to eradicate sorrows and misery from the life a person. These sorrows and misery can be any, ... Read >
Author: Dr John Anne

Shih Tzu - If Your Shih Tzu Has Separation Anxiety......

20th November 2005
Separation anxiety, also known in the dog training world as owner absent misbehavior, is one of the most frequently encountered problems in the world of dog training. Separation anxiety can manifest itself in many different ways, including chewing, destro... Read >
Author: Connie Limon
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