For many years, scientists have been working to uncover the secrets to good health, but a study dating back to the 1920s might offer some answers. Researchers found that specific personal characteristics and social connections could both play major roles in our health and wellbeing throughout a lifetime. You cannot change who you are fundamentally, but you can take control of your risk factors through hypnotherapy. With UpNow’s hypnosis app, you can make the changes you need to live a healthier, happier life.
What Is Hypnotherapy?
If you are not familiar with hypnotherapy, it might seem shrouded in mystery, but it is a natural process. Have you ever been lost in thought while folding laundry or washing dishes? Did you ever “zone out” while on a long drive? These are both states of focused attention similar to hypnosis. Our hypnosis audios work by harnessing this state of focused awareness and attention and using targeted suggestions to promote change.
Experts have found that hypnotherapy is a powerful tool for a variety of health issues, including:
With UpNow’s hypnosis audios, the power to transform your health and your life is in your hands. They are easy to use whenever you need them and are portable so that you can take them with you wherever you go.
Transforming Your Health through Online Hypnosis
While our hypnosis app has many benefits and uses, the biggest benefit might just come from the way it unites your mind and body in relaxation. As you use it, your mind becomes more receptive to new ideas, and your thinking more flexible. A variety of techniques can be incorporated into the process to help ease your worries, promote healthier mindsets, and help you cope with the stresses of life in a whole new way.
You can use hypnosis audios to let go of tension, manage chronic pain, alleviate anxiety, and relieve common anxiety-related symptoms, such as nausea and IBS. One study even found that hypnotherapy could relieve lower blood pressure in pre-surgical patients.
While there are many scientifically proven benefits to online hypnosis, how you use it is ultimately up to you. Popular options include:
- Managing symptoms of depression and anxiety
- Addressing unhealthy habits
- Developing healthier sleeping, eating, and exercise habits
- Building a healthier mindset
- Taking control of your future
In your normal day-to-day life, it can be tough to overcome long-standing habits. These habits are often deeply embedded in your subconscious mind. There, they drive your behavior. Because of them, you reach for unhealthy snacks or a cigarette after a stressful day of work. It can be difficult or even impossible to override those habits consciously. Turning to them feels as natural to you as breathing and sleeping.
Our hypnosis app can help clear away the clutter of your conscious mind so that you can plant the seeds of change in your subconscious mind. Researchers have found that brain activity changes during the experience with increased activity in the parts of the brain that process and control your body and decreased activity in the part that is responsible for your awareness.
Whether you are struggling with specific health issues or want to maximize your health, online hypnosis can be a great way to move forward. Visit UpNow.com to find out more or to download our app and get started on your wellness journey today.
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