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Cellphone App Promises to Help You Lose Weight

Wednesday, 12 September 2012 03:23 PM EDT

Some of life’s most annoying daily problems are also the most stubborn, but a simple do-it-yourself hypnosis technique can provide long-lasting solutions, says a board-certified hypnotist.

That means help is close as your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch.

Do you want to lose weight and actually keep it off? Perhaps you want to quit smoking.

Or maybe you need to cope better with everyday stress so you don’t erupt like Vesuvius when caught in a nasty traffic jam or confronted with your child’s cringe-worthy report card or the crushing time constraints of being a soccer mom or baseball dad.

The solutions can be as close as your fingertips, promises master hypnotist Tyzen, who has more than 20 years of experience with the technique and is board certified by the National Board of Hypnosis.

He has developed a set of cellphone/computer apps that promise to help you sail over the hurdles of many of life’s everyday problems. These Apple-approved apps can be found on online at the iTunes apps store.

The apps take you through a mild, safe hypnotic induction, which reaches your subconscious mind and boosts your willpower to achieve your health goals, says Tyzen.

You can leave the pleasant, mild trance whenever you wish.

The apps have just been released by MEDL Mobile, Inc., a provider of apps to the smart-phone and mobile device industry. They cost $1.99.

For those looking to slim down before a beach vacation or a special event like a wedding, Tyzen’s weight-loss app aims to harness the power of your mind to keep you on target until your goal is met.

The purpose of the weight-loss app, he says, is not just to shave pounds, but to keep them off permanently. If smoking is your problem, Tyzen’s hypnotic approach aims to break you free from your addiction.

“It’s tough to break longtime habits,” acknowledges Tyzen, “But this app is designed to boost your willpower.”

Tyzen also has an app that he says helps people deal with stress.

“Stress gets to all of us,” said the hypnotist, “My app can help you relax and calmly deal with life’s daily disruptions. It’s like a day at the spa for your mind. It’s soothing, helpful and frees your mind of many troubles.”

One of the nation’s most famous hypnotists, Tyzen is also a motivational speaker and appears before a wide range of audiences from corporate chiefs to college audiences to Vegas tourists. Recently the Harrah’s organization gave him his own showroom at their Reno resort and built a review around him called “Persuasion.”

“Hypnosis is NOT mind control,” emphasizes Tyzen, 38. “Hypnosis is a partnership between the subject and the hypnotist, in which the person relaxes and allows himself to be put into a trance. Then the job of the hypnotist is to implement positive suggestions deep in the subconscious mind.”

There is another important facet to his apps, which can be accessed at: Tyzen Apps.
They will leave you feeling refreshed and ready to face the challenges of the day, he says.

“I strongly believe in the effectiveness of these apps,” says Tyzen. “I smoked cigarettes for more than 15 years and dealt with severe panic attacks through my late 20s.

“Using the methods on these apps, I was able to free myself from the embarrassment and discomfort of my own hang-ups and fears. Hypnosis is a wonderful tool.”

© HealthDay

A new set of cell phone apps from the hypnotist Tyzen promise to help you lose weight, quit smoking or deal with stress.
Wednesday, 12 September 2012 03:23 PM
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