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10 out of 10 mothers would recommend this CD to a friend

Using hypnotherapy to overcome morning sickness is making headlines as the Duchess of Cambridge is reportedly using the technique to help with her deal with the symptoms of morning sickness.

This therapy is not just for the rich and famous – The Overcome Morning Sickness CD from Natal Hypnotherapy helps pregnant women to deal with nausea and morning sickness through safe effective hypnosis skills. Hypnosis has been clinically proven to help women deal with morning sickness*, and in research carried out in conjunction with Pregnancy and Birth Magazine, 10 out of 10 mothers would recommend this CD to a friend and 9 out of 10 felt significant benefit from using it.

Morning sickness is caused by a combination of hormonal, physical and emotional changes that take place when a woman becomes pregnant. This is not a conscious thing - It is the subconscious part of the mind that manages and effects these changes – listening to the The Overcome Morning Sickness CD takes a pregnant woman into a deeply relaxed state in which she can effectively tune into that part of herself to help manage the symptoms and cause.

The combination of deep relaxation (which in itself helps alleviate the symptoms of morning sickness) and giving a new set of instructions to the mind/body, begins to change the way the she reacts to the symptoms and causes of morning sickness. The new instructions come into effect both while listening to the CD and after the session. According to the latest reports on the Duchess of Cambridge, 'The hypnotherapy is taking away any negative thoughts connected with food from the morning sickness, and replacing them with cravings for healthy, nutritious food”.

Additional suggestions on the CD include: better quality sleep; more comfortable digestion; more effective use of energy; feeling/being calmer when dealing with every day issues; being attracted to the right types of food/drink and increasing water intake. There is also a simple technique, which can be used at any time to instantly control and reduce feelings of nausea.

Mum Mandy Shaw says: "After listening to your CD I stopped being sick after meals. The nausea only comes back very occasionally, and my appetite has improved almost back to normal! I wish I'd known about it for my last pregnancy, as I suffered really badly until about 18 weeks. I'll certainly recommend the CD to my friends."
RRP £11.99 available from www.amazon.co.uk and www.natalhypnotherapy.co.uk
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For further information, a sample CD or case studies please contact
Maggie Howell on 07710 019068
Maggie@natalhypnotherapy.co.uk

* Medical research
• Waxman (1989) states that hypnosis can be "extremely useful" in relieving morning sickness, capable of resolving 50% of cases (p.404).
• A study by Fuchs et al (1980) conducted on 138 women suffering from "extremely severe vomiting" were treated with hypnosis. Results showed that of the 87 women out of 138 treated with group hypnosis:
o 61 women were relieved of vomiting and nausea
o 24 women were relieved of vomiting though some nausea remained
o Only 2 patients failed to improve
• Eric P. Simon, PhD, and Jennifer Schwartz, MD (1999) Honolulu, HI 96859; e-mail: EricSimon@Yahoo.com.
Birth . 1999 Dec;26(4):248-54

yperemesis gravidarum in pregnancy is a serious condition that is often resistant to conservative treatments. Medical hypnosis is a well-documented alternative treatment. This article reviews the empirical studies of medical hypnosis for treating hyperemesis gravidarum, explains basic concepts, and details the treatment mechanisms. The importance of a thorough differential diagnosis and appropriate referrals is stressed. The article presents three case studies to illustrate the efficacy of this treatment approach. It is suggested that medical hypnosis should be considered as an adjunctive treatment option for those women with hyperemesis gravidarum. It is also stressed that medical hypnosis can be used to treat common morning sickness that is experienced by up to 80 percent of pregnant women. Its use could allow a more comfortable pregnancy and healthier fetal development, and could prevent cases that might otherwise proceed to full-blown hyperemesis gravidarum. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/10655831?dopt=Abstract

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