About David

David Barron has been a professional hypnotist since 1998 and has helped over 10,000 clients throughout his career. Quit smoking, weight loss, overcoming stress and anxiety are the focus of his clinical practice. David has written several books on self improvement and hypnosis. You can contact him for you hypnosis session at (603)589-8033.

Healing Trauma with Hypnosis

Healing Trauma with Hypnosis and Reconnecting with Old Friends We all have trauma, and we all have a past. And while this trauma may have occurred in the past, so too did many positive aspects of your life, such as building bonds with friends throughout your formative years. In this article, we'll cover how healing traumatic memories through hypnosis (coupled with re-forging friendships) can help you lay a solid foundation for your overall emotional health. How To Reconnect As an adult, you may wonder how you can reconnect with your old friends from high school or college. These are the people who supported you at your worst and watched you grow into your best. Although you may have lost touch, re-creating these connections can help you feel validated, secure, and like you belong. Importantly, the time spent walking down memory lane will be a great distraction, and you never know when you’ll reconnect with someone who’s had a similar life experience. Use social media or online alumni sites to reach out to people that mean something to you and whom you wish to reinstate into your life. The Benefit Of Re-Strengthening Old Bonds There are social benefits of reconnecting, especially if you’ve recently moved back to your hometown after a divorce or the death of a spouse. Having these familiar faces around will help you settle back into your life while you gain perspective on your shared experiences and unique trauma. Having people around that have known you throughout your lifetime, and that knew you before your most dramatic experiences can help you pull the strength you had before so that you can let go of your current negativity. Using Hypnosis to Overcome Trauma Hypnosis has been used successfully in therapeutic settings for more than a century and a half. [...]

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Quit Smoking Improves Sexual Performance

Quitting smoking improves sexual performance According to a study published in the Journal of Sexual Medicine, men who smoke cigarettes are twice as likely to experience erectile dysfunction than non-smokers. This is because smoking can damage blood vessels and reduce blood flow to the penis. In addition, smoking can cause a condition known as “smoker’s penis,” which refers to the narrowing and hardening of blood vessels in the penis, leading to a reduced ability to achieve and maintain an erection. If you're a smoker who is experiencing problems with sexual performance, it's important to take action to quit smoking. Hypnosis is one method that has been shown to be effective in helping people quit smoking. In this article, we will explore how hypnosis can help you quit smoking and improve your sexual performance. HOW DOES HYPNOSIS HELP YOU QUIT SMOKING? Hypnosis is a state of heightened suggestibility that allows you to access your subconscious mind. During a hypnosis session, a hypnotherapist will guide you into a trance-like state, where you will be more receptive to positive suggestions and ideas. Hypnosis can help you quit smoking by: Addressing the underlying reasons for smoking Replacing smoking with healthier habits Reducing stress and anxiety Hypnosis can also help you reframe your thinking about smoking, so you no longer see cigarettes as a desirable or necessary part of your life. By changing the way you think and feel about smoking, you can break the cycle of addiction and quit smoking for good. CAN HYPNOSIS IMPROVE YOUR SEXUAL PERFORMANCE? Hypnosis can also be used to improve your sexual performance by reducing anxiety and increasing confidence. By addressing the psychological factors that can contribute to erectile dysfunction, such as stress and anxiety, hypnosis can help you feel more relaxed and confident in the bedroom. Hypnosis can [...]

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Hypnosis, and the possibility to manage pain

The idea of using hypnosis for pain relief may seem mysterious, but it is no longer considered a myth. Pain is a complex experience produced by various parts of the central nervous system, not just tissue damage. Hypnosis, as a psychological technique, can alter pain perception by modifying activity in the brain and spinal cord. What is hypnosis, and how does it work? During a hypnosis session, a trained professional induces a trance-like state of heightened concentration and then uses suggestions to improve the patient's emotional or physical well-being. Studies have shown that hypnosis is effective in reducing pain, but the exact mechanism is not yet fully understood. Research suggests that hypnosis alters pain perception by changing activity in brain areas associated with pain processing. This can be seen by inducing pain with hypnotic suggestion and measuring brain activity. In one study, participants reported experiencing pain when it was suggested under hypnosis, and brain scans showed patterns similar to those seen in real pain. Who can benefit from hypnosis? Some people are more susceptible to hypnosis than others. The level of hypnotic suggestibility can vary depending on individual and situational factors. However, the effectiveness of hypnosis in reducing pain has been shown in multiple studies. Medium-to-high suggestibility individuals can experience 29-42% reductions in pain, while low suggestibility individuals have minimal benefits of around 17%. (Refering link here) The importance of proper training and regulation It is important to note that hypnosis should only be conducted by legitimate clinicians who have been professionally trained to manage a given condition. Simply performing hypnosis is not enough to achieve pain relief, and health professionals must consider the type of pain and the patient's profile. Incorporating hypnosis into a comprehensive treatment plan Pain is a complex phenomenon that requires a multifaceted approach. Hypnosis can [...]

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Stratagies For Improving Your Life

When using hypnosis to help people it is mostly about helping them solve single problems, quit smoking, increase confidence, overcome anxiety and trauma. Building a happy life is bigger than solving a single problem. The answers are not simple. The best recommendations I can offer are about living by a philosophy that looks at life in a grand scheme. There are many good philosophies that do that. One that I can recommend to anyone starting out is the philosophy of Stoicism. Stoic philosopher/King Marcus Aurelius Incorporating Stoic principles into daily life can be a challenging but rewarding process. This article will explore specific strategies for incorporating Stoicism into one's daily routine and finding greater balance, happiness, and well-being. We will examine the key practices and techniques that are central to the Stoic philosophy, including mindfulness, cultivating virtues, reflecting on what is within one's control, and practicing gratitude. By following these principles, individuals can learn to live in accordance with reason and virtue, and to find peace and contentment in the face of life's challenges. Whether you are new to Stoicism or have been practicing for some time, this article will provide practical guidance and insights for incorporating Stoic principles into your daily life. Stoicism is a philosophical tradition that emphasizes the importance of living in accordance with reason and virtue. It is also about accepting what is outside of one's control. Some key Stoic practices that may be helpful for cultivating these values include: Practice mindfulness Stoics believe that it is important to pay attention to the present moment and to focus on what is within one's control. To not do this would be to get caught up in negative thoughts or emotions. Practicing mindfulness can help one become more aware of one's thoughts and emotions, and can [...]

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Becoming a Good Person

Becoming a Good Person There is no single formula for becoming a good and successful person, as different people define "good" and "successful" in different ways. However, here are a few general suggestions that may be helpful in achieving personal and professional success: 1) Set clear goals for yourself: Identify what you want to achieve, and develop a plan for how to get there. 2) Work hard and be persistent: Success often requires effort and determination. Don't give up when faced with challenges or setbacks, and be willing to put in the time and effort to achieve your goals. 3) Seek out opportunities to learn and grow: Continuously learning and expanding your knowledge and skills can help you achieve success in your personal and professional endeavors. 4) Be proactive: Take initiative and responsibility for your own success. Don't wait for opportunities to come to you – seek them out and make them happen. 5) Be kind and compassionate: Treat others with respect and empathy, and strive to make a positive impact on those around you. 6) Take care of yourself: Physical and mental well-being are important foundations for success. Make sure to prioritize self-care and prioritize your own health and well-being. Ultimately, becoming a good and successful person is a personal journey that will look different for everyone. It's important to define your own values and goals, and work towards them in a way that is authentic and meaningful to you. What Overwhelm Looks Like. Overwhelm It's normal to feel overwhelmed at times, especially when faced with challenging situations or difficult circumstances. Here are a few suggestions that may be helpful for someone who is trying to be a good person but is feeling overwhelmed: Practice self-care: Take care of your physical and emotional well-being. This might include [...]

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Can People Really Change?

Can People Really Change? The purpose of this article is to provide a context to understanding how people can change. How much can a person change? As a hypnotist I get asked to help people make changes in their lives. The changes I'm asked to help with vary in size, depth and dimension. Here is a list of things I've been asked to to help people change: Quit smoking Improve eating habits Stop abusing alcohol Build a Feeling of Confidence Improve athletic performance ... the list goes on... In spite of the amazing changes I've seen people make, I still wonder "Can People Really Change"? The Ship of Theseus The Ship of Theseus is a thought experiment about whether an object (or person) that has had all of its original components replaced remains the same object (or person). If a car continues to be repaired until all it's original parts are replaced is it the same car? Likewise, is a person who committed a horrific crime in their youth still the same person at the age of 80? That final questions goes to the heart of our personal ability to see people as more than an accumulation of actions. No Simple Answers One way of addressing the question is to agree that a person is different/more than all their components and all their history of actions and behaviors. My personal experience is that a person can be identified for having done something good or bad in their life but they should be seen as something more. I'm Not That Person Anymore Years ago I used to smoke. I quit many times but would start back up after a few weeks. How I finally quit was not about changing my behavior, but changing how I thought of myself. As much as [...]

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To People Suffering with Trauma and PTSD

To People Suffering with Trauma and PTSD This could be for you. Trauma happens to anyone who is exposed to pain or violence so dramatic they have no way of understanding it. They may be physically healthy but have no way of understanding what they have experienced. The external world may seem "normal" but their internal world has not found it's way back. It can feel that life has changed forever and there is no peace of mind. Are you trying to recover some peace of mind? My heart goes out to you in your distress.  I do have something that I think can be of great benefit to you. This is a simple exercise you can do that could give you some real peace of mind. This very simple exorcize has a strange way of quieting the mind and turning ones attention away from the emotional pain. It's simply called "The Loving Compassion Meditation" and it has given me some wonderful solace when I was going through stressful times. I've also shared it with several of my clients going through PTSD and it's made a big difference for them. Here it is. 1) Find about 20minutes of time where you can sit without distractions. 2) Close your eyes and focus your attention inward. 3) Think of a person or pet whom you love and hold them in your mind as you mentally say "I wish you to be happy and healthy and free from pain and suffering". 4) Acknowledge your love and caring for them. 5) Think of another person or being you can say those words for them and repeat the process. Advice and Recommendations: You're not giving them a blessing or invoking a higher power. Simply recognize the love and care you feel. All you are doing is [...]

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6 Ways to Practice Self-Care

6 Ways to Practice Self-Care When you pour all of your time and energy into caring for others, you are more likely to be overwhelmed with the responsibilities of life. Finding time to practice self-care is crucial for your overall well-being. Unfortunately, it is sometimes difficult to make time for yourself if you have a hectic schedule. A strict budget can restrict self-care even more. Using these six habits can help you work self-care into your daily routine without blowing your budget. 1. Try Hypnosis Learn Hypnosis at this Seminar Hypnosis is a state of focused attention and heightened suggestibility. It can be used to help us change our habits and improve our self-care. For example, we can use hypnosis to motivate ourselves to exercise more, eat healthier, or get enough sleep. We can also use it to overcome negative brain patterns that prevent us from taking care of ourselves. New Hampshire Hypnosis can help you improve your health and well-being and be better equipped to take care of those around us. 2. Get Outdoors Exercising is one of the best ways to practice self-care, but you don't have to spend hours in the gym each day to reap the benefits. If you make time each day to get outside and take a walk, you will feel better both mentally and physically. Spending time outdoors gives you plenty of vitamin D to boost your overall health. It also makes it easy for you to get the recommended number of daily steps. Make it a habit to take an evening walk with your family each day. You can also spend time outside doing mundane tasks such as reading or gardening to boost your intake of vitamin D. You don't have to run a marathon or do a lot of [...]

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Science Says Hypnosis Real

What is Hypnosis? Hypnosis, as defined by the dictionary, is a special psychological state with specific physiological attributes, resembling sleep superficially and marked by a functioning of the individual at a level of awareness other than the ordinary conscious state. We all have seen hypnosis in cartoons and movies, but does that happen in real life?  Hypnosis is a reality that many are aware of. Although different from how we perceive it from movies, it could is used as a treatment method in medical sciences. Kirsch's ideology on weight loss and hypnosis  Irving Kirsch is a lecturer and director of the Program in Placebo Studies at Harvard Medical School. He emphasizes that hypnosis can be a therapy to treat conditions like obesity, anxiety, stress, and surgical pain. Hypnosis can reduce weight without any pain or unease. Many women across the globe have faced the issue of hormonal imbalance due to drug therapy for weight loss. They not only gained weight afterward but also had to experience painful cramps and abnormal behavior because of the imbalance. On the other hand, cognitive behavior treatment- CBT is a non-drug treatment that can reduce an individual's weight by 20 pounds after six months. CBT is a form of psychological therapy that deals with issues ranging from emotional affairs to severe mental illness, while CBT is the integration of hypnosis with psychological treatment. It is a method of training community mental health providers in four Evidence-Based Interventions (EBI). The therapy is based on counseling one's life and the integral part that affects behavior most. So, CBT  improves your physical and mental well-being when the drug therapy increases irritability. CBT+ is comparatively more efficient than CBT since the patients tend to gain some weight after an undefined period from the latter, but CBT+ has known to [...]

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Hypnosis Can Reduce Kratom Cravings

People use Kratom for relaxation, pain relief, anxiety, and several other reasons. In fact, in higher dosages, it is often used as a substitute for opioid drugs like morphine and heroin because it carries the same effect on the brain receptors. Unfortunately, like opioids, Kratom can also contain addictive properties, which you should be wary about.  Intolerance, dependency and cravings are some side effects that can come with using Kratom and can later lead to psychological and physical withdrawal when you eventually choose to stop using it. Though because of its easy availability, people may opt to take it to avoid symptoms of more severe opioid withdrawal.  What is Kratom? Kratom (Mitragyna speciose) belongs to the Rubiaceae (coffee) family. It is an evergreen herb found in the region of Southeast Asia and Africa. At low dosages, it makes users more active and energized. In contrast, higher dosages relieve pain, but taking above the recommended amount may lead to Kratom acting as a sedative, causing drowsiness and users to fall silent.  Symptoms of Kratom are usually not as severe as that of opioids. However, some signs to watch out for are: blurred vision, fever, seizures, muscle aches, and anxiety. The risk of becoming dependent on Kratom increases with the dosage. Usually, more than 5 grams or more than once a day will start giving unfavorable effects in the long run.  Everyone is different, and everyone who takes Kratom doesn't need to experience withdrawal after its discontinuation. Though more than often, you might get cravings and to counteract these effects, specialized hypnosis methods have become widely used. Does Hypnosis Work? The quick answer to that question is: yes. Many studies have shown the effectiveness of hypnosis in treating several medical conditions. Adding hypnosis to other methods only strengthens its ability to help people [...]

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