People, and companies, are paying for benefits that they rarely receive. A case in point: Acupuncture. I am a provider for three major companies, and for a host of smaller ‘providers’. Which is great, because they come to me through their directories. My negative experiences in attempting to ‘collect’ my fee up and above the co-pay, has both tainted my ability to go this route, and clarified for me one thing: Insurance Companies are perpetrating a racket.
The protocol was involved, and included herbs, supplements, acupuncture and several hypnosis sessions.
After a year her ALT and AST were within normal range. She has thus far avoided Interferon and the often intolerable side effects, which can include suicidal depression, hives, ‘brain fog, lethargy, insomnia, rashes, diarrhea—and the list goes on.
In order to lose weight and then keep it off, both the body and the mind (conscious and sub-conscious) must be on the same page. Since hypnosis approaches the body through the mind, while acupuncture engages the mind via the body, utilizing them in tandem–while not essential–will accelerate the effectiveness of either treatment.