Kate Middleton Trying Hypnotherapy For Acute Morning Sickness

Huffington Post - 24 January 2013

Kate Middleton's acute morning sickness was brought to the public eye when she was checked into a hospital in December, and a report has now surfaced that she's turning to hypnotherapy as a way to overcome her negative associations with food, an Australian tabloid is reporting.

An old friend of the Duchess of Cambridge reportedly told New Idea magazine that Kate, who is due in July, is still having a hard time finding food appealing at this point in her pregnancy. The friend went on to tell New Idea that the hypnotherapy aims to remove negative thoughts she has toward food and replace them with "cravings for healthy, nutritious food."

Though morning sickness is common, Duchess Kate's acute morning sickness (also known as hyperemesis gravidarum) is rare and much more severe. It's estimated that 70 to 80 percent of women experience morning sickness, while just one to two percent of women get hyperemesis gravidarum.

Symptoms of acute morning sickness involve more than just an upset stomach and may include an extreme and persistent feeling of nausea, along with vomiting, which can lead to dehydration.

Hypnotherapy relaxes the mind, making it more susceptible to making positive changes.  As Kate is suffering form morning sickness Hypnosis for natal care is ideal as it is 100% natural and drug free which is very important in pregnancy.  Hypnotherapy can change the way people think about certain areas of their life for instance eating healthy food which is what Kate Middleton will get with hypnosis.  London Hypnotherapists at The Harley Street Hypnotherapy Clinic in London, use various hypnotherapy treatmets for natal care such as hypno birthing, hypnotherapy for fertility, hypnosis for morning sickness, hypnobirth, etc.  Hypnosis is the perfect treatment for pregnancy as there are no drugs involved or side effects.  Speak today to our expert hypnotherapists and find out hypnotherapy in London can help you.

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