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  • Hypnosis is Not a Game – Capt Ron Eslinger (5/6/2016) - Hypnosis is not a game, even though, unfortunately, some treat it as such.  I have always given my hypnosis career the same priority I gave my college, nursing and anesthesia studies. I made the investment needed in tuition, books and equipment I needed to earn my degrees and licenses.  I did the same when I […]
  • Stress and Post-op Myocardial Injury (5/6/2016) - See article below on stress and Myocardial Injury . http://www.anesthesiologynews.com/Clinical-Anesthesiology/Article/05-16/Myocardial-Injury-Within-Month-of-Surgery-Is-Third-Leading-Cause-of-Death/36135/ses=ogst This is not new news. In the 1970s when Open Hearts were just becoming a new treatment for cardiac patients the relationship to stress became apparent and researched. Follow up actually showed that surgery did not greatly increase life expectancy. What they discovered was, if […]
  • Reduce Pain Through Mindfulness Meditation (5/4/2016) - Scientists discover non-opioid pain pathway in the brain Study provides evidence for the existence of a non-opioid process in the brain to reduce pain through mindfulness meditation. Results from a new study, funded in part by the National Center for Complementary and Integrative Health, demonstrate that mindfulness meditation works on a different pain pathway in […]
  • Meeting the Pain Client’s Needs – Clinical Hypnosis and HypnoAnesthesia for Pain Management Part 1 of 2 (2/3/2016) - Hypnosis and HypnoAnesthesia for pain Management Part 1 of 2 M. Ron Eslinger, RN, CRNA, APN, MA, BCH, CMI, OB, FNGH Meeting the Client’s Needs – Personalizing the Pain Treatment Plan. Clinical hypnosis and HypnoAnathesia are key components for pain management and control. This article is about personalizing direct suggestions, metaphors, and stories to the […]
  • Hypnotists has Colonoscopy (7/20/2015) - Hi Ron, I listened to a recording your teleseminar on Thursday night and I wanted to reach out to you today. In that seminar you threw down a challenge to all Hypnotists to practice their craft on themselves. I had never had the opportunity to do that in the 7 years that I have been […]
  • Self-Hypnosis for a NEW YEAR (2/5/2015) - Captain Ron Eslinger, USN, NC, Retired,  www.healthyvisions.com If you are like most people you have probably noticed that you’ve already broken your New Year’s resolutions. What if I told you that the way you broke those resolutions and the way you continue with your unhealthy behaviors is the same process that will put you in […]
  • Think Yourself Thin (12/5/2014) - RON ESLINGER, RN, CRNA, MA, APN, BCH, CMI, FNCH   When I lecture I like to ask the class if they have ever been hypnotized.  Usually one or two will hold their hand up to indicate that they have.  I then say let me ask the question in a different way. “How many of you […]
  • Extra Pounds in Mid-life Affect Later Mobility (12/5/2014) - I have done Hypnosis for Weight loss on a number of Clients for joint pain and to prepare them for their join replacement surgery.  Ron Eslinger THURSDAY, April 9 (HealthDay News) — Seniors who were overweight or obese earlier in life are at increased risk for physical disabilities, even if they’ve shed the excess weight […]
  • 10 Simple Steps to lose 20, 30, 40 pounds in 12 months (12/5/2014) - Ron Eslinger, RN Overweight/Obesity is a national public health crisis, and the problem is getting worse. Tennessee ranks number three in the fifty states for being overweight.   Unhealthy weight leads to a greater risk for several chronic diseases including heart disease and diabetes. Regular physical activity and good nutrition can help promote healthy weight and […]
  • Nail Biting Question (12/5/2014) - Nail Biting Question Question – What would you suggest for a 13 year old nail biter? Sex would be nice – OOPs, what is the gender – need to know if boy or girl to develop metaphors and suggestions.  But here is a gender neutral idea. Convention.  Nail biting – start with mom and dad […]

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