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SNAP! Unhypnotizing Hypnotherapy. How did you get into Hypnotherapy?

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Dr. Bunny Vreeland has gotten many questions regarding Hypnotherapy, in her 20+ years as a Board Certified Clinical Hypnotherapist.  In this segment, Dr. Bunny answers the question: “How did you get involved with Hypnotherapy?”.

Learn something you might not know about Hypnotherapy!

SNAP Unhypnotizing Hypnotherapy is a weekly internet radio show on www.MercuryBroadcasting.net

For more information on Hypnotherapy, please feel free to contact Dr. Bunny Vreeland at: (805) 482-8111 or E-mail: Bunny@BunnyVreeland.com

Also visit: http://mercurybroadcasting.net    http://bunnyvreeland.org/    http://vreelandcollege.org/

SNAP! Dr. Bunny Discusses Sleep Issues

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Jes Scott in Dr. Bunny’s hypnotherapy chair

Join Dr. Bunny and Jes Scott to learn the secrets to a great night’s sleep. This is Part 1 in the  Sleep Series. Please send us questions about your sleep concerns to our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/mercurybroadcasting/?fref=ts and be entered into our $100.00 contest!

At some point in their lives, for any number of reasons, nearly all Americans will have difficulties sleeping.  Poor sleeping patterns or habits can effect anything from moods, to diet and out of the ordinary weight change, to memory loss and cognitive executive functioning.  When moods change, or weight, or memory, one of the first things to look for is your sleeping patterns.

Here are some simple steps to take that will help you to sleep better tonight:

1.  Create a bedtime habit.

Try going to bed and getting up  at the same time every day, even on weekends.

We are creatures of habit, and our sleep is no exception. By consistently going to bed and getting up at the same time, we condition our body to follow a regular pattern of sleep. This allows our body’s natural clock, called a circadian rhythm, to help initiate and maintain our sleep.

2.  Try to create a bedroom that you enjoy and are comfortable in.

Is your bedroom quiet, dark, cool, and comfortable?

Studies find that sleeping in a cool environment is most conducive to sleep. By eliminating excess noise and light, we can minimize the disruptions that might wake us up. In addition, the bedroom should be a relaxing place and not a source of stress.

3.  Remember the primary purpose of  your bedroom.

Bedrooms are for sleeping and sex, not for watching television or doing work.

Somehow we have managed to make the bedroom a multipurpose room. All electronics must be removed! Televisions, gaming systems, computers, telephones, and various other gadgets are stimulating and disruptive to sleep. Don’t allow them in your bedroom and don’t use them in the brief period before going to bed. Even the small amount of light from a computer screen in the evening hours can stimulate your brain into thinking it is time to be awake. Moreover, do not use the bedroom to do work as these activities are likewise stimulating and will disrupt your sleep.

4.  Refrain from stimulants if possible.

Avoid caffeine, alcohol, and nicotine 4-6 hours before bedtime.

Caffeine can be found in expected places like coffee, soda pop, or tea, but also in unexpected foods like chocolate. As a stimulant it will keep you awake, even if used nearly six hours before bed. Likewise, nicotine will disrupt your sleep. And contrary to common practice, an alcoholic “nightcap” can actually make your sleep worse. Though it may cause you to become drowsy, alcohol fragments the stages of your sleep and makes it more disrupted.  A critical stage in the sleep process is called REM, for Rapid Eye Movement.  When alcohol-induced sleep occurs, the brain and body actually skips this step and you end up with restless sleep.

For more information on Hypnotherapy and sleep or other issues,

Please feel free to contact Dr. Bunny Vreeland at:

(805) 482-8111

E-mail: Bunny@BunnyVreeland.com

Also visit:

http://bunnyvreeland.org/

http://vreelandcollege.org/

SNAP and Stress with Dr. Bunny and Jes

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Prepping for a Stress Session

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In our current society, people are increasingly experiencing too much stress, or what could be called ‘negative’ stress.  This is the type of stress that can make you feel overwhelmed and jittery.  Stress is a well-known trigger for depression and it can also affect your physical health.

There are a limitless number of triggers for stress, however the following are generally accepted as being in the top dozen:  any sort of loss, from bereavement, divorce and separation to a child leaving home; long-term illness and disability; marriage; moving house; a new job; holidays and work.

 

 

The symptoms of negative stress are well known to us, and include:

1. Increased irritability

2. Heightened sensitivity to criticism

3. Signs of tension, such as nail-biting

4. Difficulty getting to sleep and early morning waking

5. Drinking and smoking more

6. Indigestion

7. Loss of concentration

There is a Diagnostic Stress Questionnaire available for download along with the score sheet here:

Stress Diagnostic Self-Test

Stress Diagnostic

 

Please also visit Dr.  Bunny Vreeland’s website for information on Stress Management 

along with the free audio stress reduction  session!

hypnotherapy stress reduction.mp3

 

Contact Dr. Bunny Vreeland at

(805) 482-8111

E-mail: Bunny@BunnyVreeland.com

Also visit:

http://bunnyvreeland.org/

http://vreelandcollege.org/

SNAP! A Tour of Dr. Bunny’s Camarillo Office

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Dr. Bunny showing the headset

Welcome to the second installment of SNAP with Dr. Bunny giving  me, (Jes), a tour of her office and the intricate details that go into making a good hypnotherapy session.  I was floored by the soundboard, since in the past, others have tried hypnotherapy simply by staring at me and saying “you feel tired, right?”

Dr. Bunny shows me and explains the instruments, and the measurements she goes through to insure maximum comfort level and I was very impressed!  Enjoy the tour and the podcast that introduces my small inspection of Dr. Bunny’s Hypnotherapy “lab”.

Welcome to Snap

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Snap is a show about unhypnotizing hypnotherapy.  A lot of misconceptions cloud the hypnotherapy area of practice and so far very little exists in the way of a medium, or media even, to clearly and simply explain what the process of hypnotherapy involves and what it doesn’t.  Dr.   Bunny unknowingly hired a physics student to help with web tech work for Mercury Broadcasting. And that physics student is me, Jes Scott.  Since my involvement with Mercury Broadcasting my own curiosity about hypnotherapy from a scientific perspective urged me to ask Dr. Bunny a lot of questions about what she does, I had so many she realized she could make it into a show. Hence, Snap was born.

Here is Dr. Bunny’s website and a free session on relaxation;

Dr Bunny Vreeland’s Hypnotherapy Business Site

The FREE Stress-Free Reduction session available at your leisure to download and get a sense of the Dr.s groove.

As a physics student I’m taking the opportunity to get an in-depth look for myself at hypnotherapy to discover what its all about and as the show progresses I’ll be be taking a tour of where the healing happens, as well as looking at the technical processes involved in hypnotherapy.    What I really want most out of coming to understand hypnotherapy and going through the process, is to see where hard science and soft science can meet.

 

Snap’s Major Priorities:

Dispell common misconceptions associated with hypnotherapy.

Show people it works from a behind the scenes approach.

Walk the audience along with the process of what hypnotherapy is like and its effects.

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