Take Charge of Your Asthma the Simple Way
Times Magazine featured an article titled “Asthma & Hypnosis” where a frail 60-year-old asthmatic patient, long given up hope and expecting the worse, was quickly and effectively relief of his debilitating condition caused by asthma.
The patient was suffering from bronchial asthma in which the airways that carry air into and out of the lungs become inflamed and narrow causing the lungs to starved for air. The patient was administered antibiotics, Adrenalin, steroid hormones and oxygen but to no avail. So what helped relief the patient’s asthma? Click here for the answer.
Dr. Sinclair-Gieben, the psychiatrist who ‘liberated’ the elderly patient of his asthmatic symptoms utilized hypnosis to guide the patient into a hypnotic trance and gave suggestions of relief which the patient readily accepted. The patient’s unconscious mind subsequently made those suggestions a reality for the patient. The supposedly dying patient was up and dancing within 10 short days.
Clinical hypnotherapy for asthma treatment has a long and distinguished history. It has been medically tested and proven to work effectively.
A critical review conducted by the University of California positively demonstrated that clinical hypnotherapy is an effective intervention for asthma.”
Asthma is an eminently controllable illness. You can live virtually asthma-free with our new Advance Asthma Treatment Program (AATP).
AATP is suitable for both adults, young children and adolescents. This program is specifically designed to prevent asthma attack even before it begins. AATP is all-natural and medication-free.
For those of you who dread the side-effects of medications; who seeks a more naturalistic approach for your asthma treatment; who prefers non-invasive treatment; or are averse to medicating your child, the Advance Asthma Treatment Program is the answer to your call.
Free yourself of the shackles of asthma. Lift the crushing weight off your chest. Begin to breathe more freely and easily; sleep more soundly; stop the wheezing and coughing. Contact us for an appointment today.
*Note: Modern medicine has made great advancement since the 1960s. Hypnotherapy with proper medical care is recommended.
Robert M. Hackman, Judith S. Stern & M. Eric Gershwin (2000) Hypnosis and Asthma: A Critical Review, Journal of Asthma, 37:1, 1-15, DOI: 10.3109/02770900009055424
Sinclair-Gieben A. H. (1960). Treatment of Status Asthmaticus by Hypnosis. British medical journal, 2(5213), 1651–1652. https://doi.org/10.1136/bmj.2.5213.1651