Now, Mrs. C., you are resting comfortably and relaxed. Sometimes you have a little nausea and you would like to escape this difficulty. Let us point out that your physiology is under some strain because it is really taking care of two people—you and the baby. This increased strain does sometimes result in nausea. Now, after this if you should feel nauseated, all you passing away completely . . . you no longer feel at all sick. Your stomach feels perfectly normal . . . and comfortable, in every way.
And in a few moments . . . when I count up to seven . . . you will open your eyes, and be wide awake, again. You will wake up . . . with your stomach completely comfortable . . . without the slightest feeling of sickness or discomfort . . . and you will find that . . . when you wake up, each morning . . . you will not feel the slightest trace of sickness whatever . . . your stomach will remain perfectly normal. . . without the slightest discomfort of any kind. And, with every one of these treatments . . . this trouble is going to disappear . . . more and more quickly . . . more and more completely.
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Hypnosis is a capital instrument for relaxation and alleviating stress. It helps calm down both the brain and body, giving a useful rest. All the same it can be rather costly to hire a clinical hypnotherapist, and we might not always want one around when we would like to destress.