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Does hypnosis (hypnotherapy) really work to help break big bad habits like procrastination?

December 3, 2012 by relax  
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Question by MumtazG38: Does hypnosis (hypnotherapy) really work to help break big bad habits like procrastination?
Is their anyone out there that has personally tried hypnosis (hypnotherapy) and had success with it? I’m looking into going to a American Hypnosis Clinic hypnotherapist…..Please give as much information as possible. Thank you.

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Answer by karma_goddess84
My dad used it to quit smoking and it worked

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4 Responses to “Does hypnosis (hypnotherapy) really work to help break big bad habits like procrastination?”
  1. teef_au says:

    I don’t know, I haven’t gotten around to trying it yet. I should, but I just don’t know.

    (sorry – couldn’t resist)

  2. minikins24 says:

    I doubt it. I think hypnotherapy in general is just a placebo effect. You want it to work, so it works. Just make small changes to get more on top of things. You don’t need expensive programs to do so, you just need a little will power. Good luck!

  3. da_fires_shadow says:

    some people are more recesive to it then others it won’t hurt to give it a try

  4. msv2kool4u says:

    Yes, if you believe. I’ve been hypnotized twice. Once with a comedian on stage and once to quit smoking. You can’t do anything under hypnosis that goes against your core values, judgment or wouldn’t normally do any other time. I quit smoking for 8 wks. until I went to a club with friends and they were smoking and I was drinking. So putting myself in a vulnerable situation, I broke my own will power and gave into the temptation. Knowing what activities that draw your attention away from what you should be doing will also help. Then figure out how come your immediate pleasure of those activities are more important than the long term pleasure from completing the task. Then try to come up with some things that will increase the pleasure of the task you have been putting off. And the pain associated with giving into procrastination. This mental list or written list will help if you decide to go to the hypnotherapy.

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