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Elizabeth Movers: Making Moving Hassle-Free

11th February 2013
Discovering the right New Jersey movers can prove to be a difficult chore especially if it's your first time experiencing a swap in residence. It would even be traumatic in case you occur to be moving due to the economy forcing you to downgrade. On the fl... Read >
Author: Ara Huemmer

Dealing with Dental Phobia and Stereotypes

28th September 2011
Dental phobia, or dental anxiety, is the fear of receiving dental care or dentistry in general. The development of this phobia is usually due to post-traumatic stress disorder caused by a single or several traumatic dental experiences. As much as seventy ... Read >
Author: suzannesteven201

Home Made Remedies To Stop Hair Loss & Regrow Your Hair

29th October 2010
Hair loss can be a traumatic experience for both men and women, and while it is not necessarily par for the course, it does happen to many people. Some factors contributing to hair loss are genetics, hormonal changes, stress, inadequate nutrition and poor... Read >
Author: Charles

Treating Brontophobia, The Fear Of Lightning and Thunder With Hypnosis

29th October 2010
Brontophobia is a common fear that thousands of people everywhere have; the fear of thunderstorms. For as long as this phobia has been around, we have been seeking out ways to overcome it. Today, there are numerous treatment selections in use. To help ove... Read >
Author: Alan B. Densky, CH

What every person suffering from hair loss needs to know

22nd April 2010
Are you young and energetic and have an amazing life in every other way, except for your hair fall, then this is the right article for you to read. Hair loss is increasing in magnitude because of the stress and the various other changes in the lifestyle o... Read >
Author: hair loss treatments

How To Deal With Trauma And Chaos

22nd January 2010
If you're lucky, then you're never going to encounter a single traumatic experience in your life. If you're lucky, you won't encounter the emotionally and mentally scarring experiences that have left some people scarred and unable to really interact with ... Read >
Author: Reed Carney

How to Make Her Talk to You - Get Her to Do the First Move!

30th October 2009
Vying for a girl's attention is a feat we've all been through --- it's a part of life and it's absolutely a part of being a man. There is just something about women that keeps us motivated and inspired --- although it can be a frustrating and a traumatic ... Read >
Author: MarkJTaylor

Breast Cancer - Knowing Breast Cancer and Breast Lumps

11th September 2009
Breast cancer is increasingly widespread in the Westernized world. As the most common cancer amongst women it is reasonably feared, and discovering a breast lump could be a traumatic experience. Luckily, the majority breast lumps are not cancerous. Not... Read >
Author: Muscle Man

Understanding Separation Anxiety in Dogs

09th April 2009
Behavior problems from separation anxiety is the 2nd most common reason dogs are given up by their owners. Dogs that suffer from this anxiety become so stressed at being left home alone, they become destructive or hurt themselves. You may come home to fin... Read >
Author: Joseph M. Sabol

Hematophobia - Overcome Your Blood Phobia with Hypnotherapy

27th March 2009
An intense fear of blood is a phobia that we treat fairly regularly here in our UK hypno-psychotherapy practice. Like all other phobias, blood phobia is essentially an anxiety disorder. The person suffering from a phobia of blood may very well sense... Read >
Author: Peter Field

Claustrophobic? Claustrophobia and How to Cure It

09th January 2009
Claustrophobia is the fear of enclosed spaces. It is one of the commonest phobias we see here in the UK Indeed, it is believed that as much as 5% of the general population suffer from this disruptive and troublesome disorder. Sadly, only a very small p... Read >
Author: Peter Field

Effective Treatment for Drug Addiction - The Time is Now to Change

21st May 2008
Strictly speaking, an addiction is a chronic strain and need on that the body develops towards a substance, drug, food or chemical in order to feel normal again. At times this is not as simple as it sounds; what the body deciphers as necessary for life ma... Read >
Author: Dee Cohen
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