Hypnosis for Cholesterol and Heart Disease
Since 1997, clients at Seattle Hypnosis with Roger Moore have been using hypnosis for cholesterol and heart disease.
Stress, of course, is documented to being a contributory factor, if not a direct cause, in heart disease. The Hypnosis stress control techniques that I teach are easy to learn and easy to use.
Hypnosis can also help you to regulate your emotions which also have impact on your heart.
At Seattle Hypnosis with Roger Moore you can learn hypnosis for lifestyle compliance. Following your medical doctor’s recommendations for diet and exercise can be a sinch with self-hypnosis.
Learn self-hypnosis to lower your cholesterol and heart disease risk.
Hypnosis acts on the unconscious mind
Hypnosis acts on the unconscious mind and allows you to control your body reactions that you cannot normally control, such as blood pressure and heartbeat. That’s right, you can learn self-hypnosis and lower your blood pressure and lower your heart rate.
With hypnosis, hypertensive patients showed themselves to be significantly more effective at controlling cardiovascular responses to stressors.
Hypnotism really does work – and it has an impact on the brain which can be measured scientifically, according to one of America’s leading psychiatrists.
If you are concerned about your cholesterol and heart disease, give me a call at Seattle Hypnosis with Roger Moore.
80% of hypnosis patients reported significant pain relief following treatment.
There are tremendous medical implications for people being able to manage their own pain and anxiety.
To drop our LDL cholesterol, we need to drop our intake of three things: trans fat, found in junk food and animal foods; saturated fat, found mostly in animal foods; and dietary cholesterol, found exclusively in animal foods.
“Nearly 2,200 Americans die of cardiovascular disease daily, with an average of one death occurring every 40 seconds. An estimated 7.1 million Americans have experienced a heart attack during their lifetimes. Those who survive a heart attack often go on to have another. More than 7 percent of Americans have some type of cardiovascular disease, and one out of every six deaths in the United States is due to coronary heart disease alone.1 Eating habits and other lifestyle factors play a large role in determining the risk of heart disease and may prevent or even reverse this condition. In this factsheet we examine the link between cholesterol and heart disease.
A diet to lower cholesterol based on plant foods—grains, beans, vegetables, and fruits—is the best way to keep saturated fat intake low and to avoid cholesterol completely. A vegan diet is free of all animal products and yields the lowest risk of heart disease.”
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