Study Habits


Many students of all ages fall far short of their academic potentials because they lack one or more factors in the learning process. These include competent teaching, good study hahits, use of memory capabilities, self-esteem, motivation, attitude and many more. Many of such factors respond with dramatic improvement to hypno-therapy.

Poor study habits involve hoth internal and external conditions. Internally, time-management and concentration deficiencies can drain energy and emotions. Mental conditioning can result in breaking study tasks into manageable portions allowing the student both a sense of completion and the satisfaction of achieving a specific goal, even though it is but a part of a larger assignment.

External factors include physical location and the personal association with it. Recommended procedures are: designate a specific location for study and use it consistently; eliminate distracting elements; leave the location immediately when concentration begins to fail (frequent breaksnare very beneficial). Hypnosis can provide the motivation to follow the steps necessary to effective study. It can also block out disturbing sounds which cannot be controlled.

Sleep, easily induced through hypnosis, is important in study and learning — it is vital in the retention of information. Also important is the factor of reward, which reinforces your resolve. Serious students can create their own rewards. Fear is a powerful inhibiting factor which can be controlled or eliminated by self-hypnosis, a skill which can easily be learned and used.