An article published last month at the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology and Metabolism reveals the positive impact of physical activity in the structure of our bones. The study appears significantly relevant for pre menopausal women who may find their bone structure improving by adding a little exercise routine to their daily activity.
“As little as 120 minutes of walking or other exercise was associated with biomarkers of bone strength in premenopausal women, according to the results of a cross-sectional study.” Read more by clicking here– Information extracted from Medscape News, August 17th 2012.
Through hypnotherapy we can learn techniques which can help us integrate new patterns of behaviour into our lives. Mentally rehearsing desired behaviour, reviewing positive affirmations about the benefits of the modified behaviour, as well as considering the positive outcome of undertaking such changes in a hypnotic state can enhance our motivation for change. Hypnosis can help us integrate new desired routines into our daily lives so that they appear to be part of our everyday life, part of who and how we are at the particular time when we have decided to do so.