- Enjoy freedom from habitually biting your nails with this self-hypnosis CD by Steve G. Jones!
- Program yourself for change as you sleep
- Steve G. Jones has over 20 years experience in hypnosis
- Most effective program available
Strange hygiene ritual or nervous habit? Nail biting is the later for most people one that can lead to some health problems as well as vanity issues. That is why people frustrated with their tendency to nibble their nails have turned to hypnosis for help.
Nail or cuticle biting is actually a way people use to cope with a stressful situation. Nervous energy gets built up and chewing begins. Hypnosis is the key to re-focusing energy in a more purchaseive way that will not wreak havoc on your manicure or lead to bleeding and infection as can be the case with the seriously stressed nail biter.
Hypnosis is a process. Over the course of a few weeks the body is trained to relax. Then new ways of handling stress in a calm and more purchaseive way can be introduced. Even after hypnotic training is completed, the new habits remain in place of the old.
It is best to practice self-hypnosis at night, just before going to sleep. This is a time when the body and mind are able to relax the easiest. It takes a relaxed mind to change old habits and suggest new ways to manage stress. The setting for hypnosis should be a quiet, calm room. Using earphones can help block out other external factors as well.
Steve G. Jones is a clinical hypnotherapist who has helped many people break the nail biting habit through his self-hypnosis CD simply called, Stop Nail Biting. Here, you will learn to re-direct nervous energy into a far less destructive activity – not to mention save time and money on the manicurist.
TAKE CHARGE OF YOUR LIFE !!!
This NEW powerful self hypnosis CD and MP3 will
give you the power you need to
finally stop biting your nails!!!NAIL AND CUTICLE BITING IS A NATURAL REACTION TO BUILT-UP STRESSFUL ENERGY. BY PROPERLY DIRECTING THAT ENERGY, YOU CAN RELEASE IT IN A purchaseIVE, HELPFUL WAY… BREAKING THE NEGATIVE CYCLE YOU ARE IN.
It’s easier than you think. You’ll see a new you and you’ll feel great about it!!!
Steve G. Jones, Ed.D., Clinical Hypnotherapist, charges $1,500 for a custom recording and $25,000 for a one-hour private hypnotherapy session at his office. but you can get all the benefits for this low price. Simply listen to the CD every night as you go to bed for three weeks and feel the changes happening in your life. You will feel more empowered, more in touch with your true self, and you will truly know that your goals are within your reach.
This is the same hypnotic technique he uses with busy professionals, Hollywood actors, and people like you who are ready for a positive change NOW!
Steve G. Jones achieves AMAZING and LASTING results!!! Hypnosis is the easiest way to affect change in your life because the positive messages go straight to your subconscious mind effortlessly so you can accomplish your goals and reach for the stars!! All you have to do is listen to the CD at night as you go to sleep!!! You’ll hear soft music, the gentle sounds of the beach, and the soothing sound of Steve G. Jones’ voice all working together to bring about positive changes in your life easily and naturally. Steve G. Jones has been helping people improve their lives with hypnosis for over 17 years…now it’s time for him to help YOU… don’t wait, do it NOW !!! you’ll be glad you did. See you at the top!
It is a habit that so many people have. I am talking about nail biting. Many people develop the habit as a child and they continue biting their nails into adulthood. Some people bite their nails as a nervous habit; they feel that biting their nails relieves stress. Some people bite their nails out of boredom. No matter what the reason is for biting your nails, you probably want to stop!
Imagine having the nails you have always wanted to have. Imagine them being the perfect length for you. They are healthy, rounded, and perfect. Nail biting is a habit you can break.
If you wish to stop biting your nails, I encourage you to find a way to break the habit. One of the first things you should do is figure out why you are biting your nails. Figuring out what triggers your nail biting habit will help you figure out how you can positively change your habit into a constructive one. I have had many clients break their nail biting habit with the use of hypnosis. Hypnotherapy is a powerful way to change negative habits into positive ones.
Here is a sample of the script used in this recording:
You are feeling very deeply relaxed. You are ready to make a change in your life. You have a habit that does not bring you happiness and you wish to stop. When you begin to move your hands toward your mouth, there will simply be an automatic and opposite withdrawal movement. Picture yourself. Picture your hand moving toward your mouth. A feeling consumes your entire body. You do not allow your fingernails to come near your mouth. You have a strong urge to not bite your nail. You move your hand back down, by your side and you feel better when your nails are not near your mouth. You realize that there isn’t anything positive about biting your nails. You do not like the way your nails look and your family and friends wish you would stop the bad habit. You will no longer wish or desire to continue this outgrown, unwanted habit that injures your hands and embarrasses you before your family and friends. You are constantly reminded to not bite your finger nails. At first, the urge to bite your nails is just as the urge to stop biting your nails. As time goes on, the urge to discontinue the habit is gets more and more powerful. Simultaneously, the urge to bite your fingernails becomes less powerful, to the point where you no longer want to bite them. As you begin to discontinue the habit of biting your nails, you will feel a sense of well being and self approval. You will begin to respect your fingernails and hands and be proud of them. Along with discontinuing the habit of biting your nails, you will feel a strong sense of accomplishment. Each time that you successfully avoid nail biting, you will feel proud of yourself for accomplishing a worthwhile and desirable goal. Now picture yourself six months from now. You have completely eliminated your unwanted habit. Take a look at your nails. They are neat and tidy looking. They go just a little past the tips of your fingers. They are smooth and well-kept. You enjoy looking at your fingernails because they are no longer a source of embarrassment. Your fingernails are a sense of pride for you. They represent your ability to master a goal and get rid of an unwanted habit. You enjoy keeping good care of your nails. They no longer hurt and they look much better. You no longer feel any urges to bite them and you realize that everything is going to be just fine.
Other information on Stop Nail Biting Self-Hypnosis CD/MP3:
If you are frequently or constantly biting your nails, realize that it is a bad habit that you can break with hypnotherapy! Biting your nails can be unsanitary and unsightly, but the habit is easy to overcome with hypnosis. You can have the long and perfectly trimmed nails that you have always wanted. No longer will you have to depend on fake nails to cover up yours.
Hypnotherapy acts by reprogramming your subconscious mind so that you no longer feel the urge either consciously or subconsciously to bite your nails. You have probably been biting your nails for so long that you do not even realize that you are biting them a lot of the time. Realize that no matter how long you have been biting on your nails, hypnosis can help!
We suggest you listen to the Stop Nail Biting self-hypnosis CD or MP3 for 21 nights in a row to establish a new habit, the habit of letting your nails grow. You deserve to have beautiful nails and you soon will with this program!
Tongue thrust and nail biting simultaneously treated during hypnosis: a case report, Sector, I. I. (1964)
Successful treatment of a 14-year-old girl who had a nail biting compulsion. (American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis, 4(1): 51-53)
Hypnosis and the treatment of nail biting: A preliminary trial, Wagstaff, G. F. & Royce, C. (1994)
Results indicate that suggestions preceded by hypnotic induction resulted in symptom improvement. (Contemporary Hypnosis, 11(1): 9-13.)
Hypnobehavioral treatment of chronic nailbiting: A multiple baseline analysis, Bornstein, P. H.; Rychtarik, R. G.; McFall, M. E.; Winegardner, J.; Winnett, R. L. & Paris, D. A. (1980)
Treatment included combined hypnotic and behavioral procedures (such as standard induction and deepening techniques, motivation enhancement, time-projection, self-reinforcement, aversion-relief, coping self-instructions, and posthypnotic suggestion) and resulted in immediate and dramatic effects, with two thirds of participants continuing to have substantial progress at 3 months afterwards. (International Journal Of Clinical And Experimental Hypnosis, 28(3))