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Hypnosis and procrastination: Hypnotherapy is a proven method of treating procrastination


As far back as 1955, hypnosis was empirically proven to be beneficial in helping people end procrastination.

A Duke University sociology professor, Hornell Hart, developed a study in which participants were given posthypnotic suggestions through self-hypnosis. Over 2/3rds of the participants who chose to combat procrastination reported complete success, and all participants but one reported partial success.

These impressive results laid the groundwork for much more research into this area.

In a 1981 study published by the Journal of Contemporary Psychotherapy, another researcher investigated the role that negative thought patterns (which the author termed negative self-hypnosis) hold in reinforcing problematic behaviors. Positive self-hypnosis was suggested as a useful method of cognitive behavior therapy to deal with these negative patterns.

Now, in the early 21st century, hypnosis has become widely recognized as a valuable method for helping people change their behavior and though patterns.

A recent Wall Street Journal article, "Altered States: Hypnosis Goes Mainstream," detailed the many ways that hypnosis is being used by medical practitioners to help their patients address mind-body problems.

And the Psychology Today article quoted earlier in the article advises that procrastinators learn to change their habits through "highly structured cognitive behavioral therapy".

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