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03 June 2011

Sleeping aid using hypnotherapy.

What is Sleep Now for Mac

Sleep Now ... Do you find it difficult sleeping at night? Why not give hypnotherapy a try?

Introducing the revolutionary new "Pocket Hypnotherapy" range from TapMedia. We have worked with some of the world's leading professionals in the hypnotherapy and personal development fields to deliver a portable and cutting-edge product to help you achieve your goals. Instant hypnotherapy. Anywhere you are.

This app consists of a combination of words spoken by certified hypnotherapist David Ridgeway* and soothing, uplifting "binaural" music.

Why pay for an expensive "hourly rate" hypnotherapy session when you can achieve the same life changing results over and over again in the comfort of your own home for a fraction of the price?

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*David Ridgeway, D.Hyp., M.N.C.H. has been in continual practice since qualifying as a hypnotherapist in 1989 with a Diploma from Society for Primary Cause Analysis in Croydon and Certification with Association of Qualified Curative Hypnotherapy in Birmingham UK. His 'tool-kit' includes Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP), Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT) and Coaching Strategies. He has also developed new techniques, runs training courses and has appeared on television. He is a member of National Council for Hypnotherapy UK.

David has practices in Harley Street, London and at three locations in Sussex, UK and he also operates an Online Clinic via Skype.

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Elijahg0
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Erm, "Pocket Hypnotherapy"? "Instant hypnotherapy. Anywhere you are"? Methinks this has been copy-pasted from an iOS version. Not sure you can fit a MacBook in your pocket quite yet...