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Habits and Disorders


Habits are behavior patterns that are regularly repeated and tend to occur subconsciously, without directly thinking about them.


Habitual behavior usually goes unnoticed in the person exhibiting them, because it is unnecessary to engage in self-analysis when undertaking routine tasks.


Habituation is an basic form of learning, in which an organism, after a period of exposure to a certain stimulus, stops responding to that particular stimulus in varied manners.  Take, for example, a newborn baby who wakes up (at least) 4 times a night to be fed.  After a few weeks the parents hopefully have trained their infant to sleep a little longer (by increasing the amount of milk given as the baby's capacity to digest more milk grows).


All living entities are creatures of habit which helps us to survive in so many ways.  However some habits can be destructive and it becomes necessary to break an undesirable routine in order for us to gain control and progress. 


As another example, if you were seeking a job as a hair-dresser but had a compulsive habit of pulling your own hair then most of your clients would probably avoid you in case they ended up with little bald patches all over their head.


Or if you were suffering from Bruxism (teeth grinding) the habit would soon wear your teeth down (as well as your partner's patience). 


Many habits begin as a stress-response and become established by repetition.  Hypnosis can help you to gain control over that habit as it addresses the subconscious mind which is the part of you that controls all habitual behavior.  One of my daughter's used to chew her nails whenever she felt anxious - it was an habitual response.  A slight tap or reminder whenever I saw her doing it eventually brought the habit out of the realms of unconsciousness, allowing her to grow beautifully shaped nails.  Hypnosis would have worked far more rapidly had I thought of it at the time.


On the right are just a sample of the recordings that we have on offer.  If you cannot see what you want then please contact us as we have a huge archive of MP3s ready to help you.


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From alcohol to tranquilizer addiction, these quality hypnosis recordings from and Hypnotic World will help you to conquer those addictions once and for all.  Recorded by Steve Armstrong, whose calming voice speaks to the deepest part of your subconscious mind, whilst you enjoy the tranquil hypnotic state. These recordings have proved to help people with many different addictions.

Adult Attention Defecit Hyperactive Disorder
Appetite Increase
Balance - (or, Fear of Falling over whilst Walking)
Bladder Control
Bladder Control 2
Chewing Annoyance
Compulsive Lying
Creating Alternatives
Depression: Healing White Light
Drink Driving Aversion
Enjoy fruit and vegetables
Insomnia: Black Door
Knuckle Cracking
Maintenance Insomnia
Morning Person
Mouth and Cheek Biting
Nail Biting
Nervous Cough
Nervous Twitch
Nicer Nails
Obsessive Behavior
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder 3
Selective Mutism
Sleep Talking
Sleep Walking
Snoring for the Listener
Snoring Stopping
Stopping Unwanted Thoughts
Swallowing Pills with Ease
Teeth Grinding
Tone Deafness
Trichotillomania (Compulsive Hair Pulling)
Urge Incontinence

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