Impulse Control for Addictions and Bad Habits

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Learn to reprogram your mind to exercise control over your impulses and addictions.

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With Motivational Hypnotherapy’s patented hypnotherapy for confidence, Impulse Control – Hypnosis help for impulses and addictions, you can learn to reprogram your mind to exercise control over your instinctive urges, impulses and addictions. This self hypnosis audio MP3 program combines hypnosis and meditation for an alternative therapy that leads to motivation, self-confidence and self help success. Learn how to get out of your own way, making it possible to truly participate in life, hear what others are saying, laugh and enjoy people’s company. Life takes on new meaning, goals suddenly become attainable and a sense of joy comes back. What are you waiting for?

Whether it’s a bad habit that you compulsively return to, an occasional slip such as buying something that you can’t afford, a penchant for gambling or the insult that flies out of your mouth before you’ve had a chance to really think about it, a lack of impulse control can cause serious problems in your day to day life. Hypnosis can help by rerouting the old pathways in your brain that keep you from pausing before you act, and creating new paths that reward thinking things through. You don’t have to let a lack of impulse control rule you any longer. Try hypnosis today, and watch the rewards!

Hypnosis or hypnotherapy helps people learn impulse control by going to the base of the matter — the subconscious mind. By reprogramming your unconscious mind (sometimes referred to as neuro-linguistic programming or NLP), you can learn to pause before you act, replacing instinctive or impulsive behavior with deliberate action. Along the way, you’ll reap the benefits of hypnosis: more energy, better sleep, a clearer mind with more focus and ability to concentrate, and a deeper appreciation of the people and things in your life that you truly enjoy.


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