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Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) is the term used for functional folk medicine that was developed and originated in China. more about the kidney qi energetics
TCM encompasses any therapy that worked which delivered good health/health promotion of the mind, body and spirit, to the population, keeping China, vibrant, alive and well for many generations.

The rules for TCM to the western eye would sometimes seem rather flamboyant to say the least, however the facts are that most of the time TCM if applied correctly does in essence work with some diseases where western medicine fails (and visa versa).
The Chinese were probably one of the first nations to recognize physical therapy as a pathway to help overcome many diseases (Chi gong, Taiji, Massage/Acupressure, Plant Extracts, Hypnotherapy, Meditation etc.), TCM has delivered copious amounts of drug prescriptions that have been refined, extracted and developed from Traditional Chinese Herbal Medicine which have been refined by western drug companies that are therapeutically used daily by the whole world.

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DNA Switching (dna S1 - dna s2 - dna S3)
It seems that science has finally started to catch up with some complimentary therapies with new scientific ideas that suggest our DNA strands have switches locked, interwoven into our very bodies fabric at a cellular level causing cells to be turned off and on simply by eating certain foods, exercising in certain ways or taking bespoke medications.

Alternative Therapies and DNA SwitchingDNA Switching
The accepted scientific concepts of DNA Switching could explain why acupuncture and many other alternative medicines work.
Through the explanation of DNA Switching, when placing needles in the body at different energy points, alternative therapies scientific studies has proven the release of biological, hormonal chemicals produced from glands in the brain and other body organs flood body, the chemical release via alternative therapy may suggest why and how some alternative therapies (acupuncture, hypnotherapy, aromatherapy etc) actually work.
Alternative therapy correctly applied may switch on DNA protocols that tell the mind, body and spirit to stop or help cure a metaphysical disease holistically.

Yin Yang of DNA Switching (wiki)
Yin and yang have been a fundamental concept of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and thought for thousands of years which was written and understood more as metaphor which allowed the therapist to interpret a disease as a reflection of yin or yang;
Yang representing male, full, high-energy, the sun, daytime, upwards, excesses etc;
Yin representing female, empty, low-energy, the moon, night time, downwards, deficiency etc; all yin/yang statements and explanations being metaphors poetically written by intellectual minds (bare foot doctors) of the time, with the concept of correcting the yin yang imbalance, to elicit harmony in the being that is receiving treatment to correct any disease.
Now when discussing modern rules of science, the science is not explained with poetry or metaphors (as it is with TCM), but with cold hard facts, and the cold hard facts of our moment are; we have switches hard wired into our DNA strands that can be switched on or off to influence metaphysical health holistically. What if acupuncture, hypnotherapy etc. have the ability to change the position of a DNA switch, or the therapist learns to push the right DNA switch/buttons using ancient techniques, DNA switch is switched on (yang), or DNA switch is switched off (yin) and it works, (probably has been for centuries)?

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Acupuncture (contraindications)
Acupuncture is one of the strongest, well respected and oldest surviving working therapies in existence, it is applied using sharp, strong, thin needles that are usually of a high sterilized standard.
A good acupuncturist should be able to insert needles virtually pain free as opposed to when giving blood or having an injection of any sort which can be painful simply because the needles for blood taking and inoculations tend to be quite large compared with a very thin, sterile acupuncture needle.
Responding to Acupuncture Therapy
People who have acupuncture can sometimes respond to treatment immediately whilst others need regular therapeutic reinforcement, however some clients do not respond to treatment and have to find another way to gain relief, never the less acupuncture is a very powerful therapy that works with and encourages balanced life force (qi), releasing a natural cascade of hormones all over the body and in the brain to promote a purposeful natural self healing.
Note: TCM ideas apply to and includes all TCM techniques; moxabustion, cupping, acupressure, taiji and chi gong, but from different therapeutic angles.
Acupuncture ConsultationTCM yuan source points
A true acupuncturist examines a client using individual bio-feedback diagnosis by:
Feeling the pulses of each wrist (see illustrations) to discover imbalances, and if needed checking the energy indications of all zang-fu Yuan-Source points: lu9, p7, h7, sp3, lv3, k3, li4, sj4, si4, st42, gb40, ub64, probing, palpitating, testing and examining zang-fu Back Shu points.
Energy can be felt by the TCM therapist of an individual through the pulses of the wrist, yuan-source points and tenderness of back shu energy centre's to discover whether the pulse is yin or yang, excessive or deficient, internal or external, hot or cold, looking at body language (and for discoloration, bruising etc.), face and tongue disharmonies, asking questions (about medical history), searching to find the metaphysical yin/yang imbalance.
Pain and how acupuncture (and other therapies) helps
The body/mind from a western medical point of view has a pain system commonly known as the pain matrix system, and acupuncture has a proven, well documented track record that has the ability to interfere with pain signals arising from the body via the central nervous system (CNS), and into the brain (part of the CNS) part of the pain matrix.
Parts of the brain activated through the pain matrix
Areas of the brain that become activated in the person experiencing pain are the;  brainstem, mid and right lateral cerebellum, sensorimotor cortex, bilateral secondary sensorimotor cortex, contralateral posterior insula, bilateral, mid and anterior insula, anterior cingulate cortex, most names and brain anatomy are unimportant to those who are in pain because they just want to be pain free.
Empathy and the pain matrix
Body language, facial expressions and verbal communications are all ways that we have a natural infinity connection with others (brainwave synchronization), and in this case beings that are in pain, normal, social functioning conscious and subconscious parts of the brain will pick up on these signals and respond with conscious and subconscious actions, and these reflected actions are called empathy.
Empathy and the pain matrix (brainwave synchronization)
Empathic responses to pain can happen when beings are in the presence of another's pain, the brain will pick up and mirror any disrupted conscious and subconscious painful signals that emanates from others, these signals can trigger the pain matrix in the person not actually in pain, but because of this spontaneous, natural emphatic relationship of the viewer, the onlooker will actually start to experience a level of the pain of the other person, who is experiencing any painful, metaphysical damage.
Switching empathy on and off
Emphatic emotions in certain situations can be switched off or amplified depending on the way a person thinks and connects emotionally with others. Empathy can be turned off through training, propaganda, herd instinct participation, desensitization and in some cases mental brain dysfunctions.

Treatment

Treatment Aims
Safe acupuncture (TCM) procedures of single use pre-sterilize needles using acupuncture (TCM) protocols that is client based protected to ensure safe, viable treatments to help resolve the metaphysical imbalance and encourage health and vitality.
Traditional treatment protocols
Treat the yang aspect of a yin disease (supplement a deficiency) and the yin aspect a yang disease (disperse excessive energy), and promote holistic balance back and encouraging natural holistic well-being through strengthening traditional energetic's of jing chi, ying qi and wei qi.
Bio-feedback diagnosis
Each treatment is personal to each client simply because (according to TCM) no two people are the exactly same, therefore no two treatments can be exactly the same, and diagnosis will hinge on asking questions, looking and using the senses (empathy), feeling the pulse and possibly palpitating acupoints. The therapist through diagnostic techniques will look for internal/external imbalances, and develop a treatment protocol for the client presenting with symptoms with the conclusion of production of a treatment plan and applying therapeutic treatment(s).
Note: Anyone that just puts a needle in the body without correct procedural diagnosis or understanding of TCM techniques (zang-fu, qi manipulation of the needle, time needles should be in the energy acupoint, period of treatments, 5-10-15 sessions) is not in anyway doing acupuncture, they are just practicing a type of symptoms based remedial skin-needle puncturing, which means practicing systematic TCM treatment, and in this way something is lost in the therapeutic effects of any TCM based treatment (although this type of TCM treatment may have a placebo value).

Discussion Acupuncture: Phobias
Aichmophobia, Enetophobia, Trypanophobia (fear of sharp or pointed objects )
Being scared of needles is a common comment or phobic feeling that stops many people from having acupuncture therapy, the thought of being stabbed through the skin by a long, sharp metal object puts a lot of people off from gaining the incredible health benefits from good, proven acupuncture therapeutics, which millions (or billions) of people have enjoyed for thousands of years.
Molysmophobia and Molysomophobia (fear of infection, contamination or dirt)
Acupuncture therapists in europe generally use pre sterilized, single use needles whilst applying protocols that protect clients from contracting any infections or needle related accidents.
Algophobia and Belonephobia (fear of pain - acupuncture)
Pain from needling is very slight most of the time, and most of the time people feel nothing because needles are so thin and acupuncturists insert needles very quickly. A good acupuncturists are constantly asking client during therapy, if they are ok or is there any pain, clients tend to enjoy respect and are completely cared for at the point of acupuncture delivery.
Hemophobia - Haemophobia (fear of blood)
Acupuncture needle withdrawal can sometime produce a drop of blood which will be cleaned up and the leakage will have pressure applied for a few minutes to help eliminate any bruising or loss of any more blood, it is unusual that any blood is lost, and any blood that is lost is of such a small amount that will not usually damage the body in any way.
Note: some acupuncture treatments include blood-letting by therapists, and blood-letting should be agreed upon with the therapists before any blood-letting treatment is included.

Hypnotherapy can help overcome many phobias

  • Aichmophobia: an intense or morbid fear of sharp or pointed objects
  • Molysmophobia and Molysomophobia the fear of infection, contamination or dirt
  • Algophobia: an intense or morbid fear of pain
  • Belonephobia: an abnormal fear of sharp pointed objects, especially needles
  • Enetophobia: a fear of pins
  • Trypanophobia: a fear of injections
  • Vaccinophobia: a fear of vaccines and vaccinations
  • Hemophobia - Haemophobia: fear of blood

Hypnotherapy and acupuncture can be a very powerful combination therapy

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Acupuncturists and Acupuncture
Well trained acupuncturists are so well versed in acupuncture that it is unlikely you will feel any pain or hurt during a therapy session? In China (and some western acupuncture training institutions), part of acupuncture training is daily acupuncture and self acupuncture practice until the acupuncturist fully understands the subtle implications and energetic's of the acupuncture needling and the qi of acupuncture points therapeutics used, what this means is, if you have acupuncture by one of these therapists they will completely and fully understand the way each acupoint should behave, and its applications for best metaphysical therapeutic balanced outcomes, and all that happens is acupuncture therapy works and your mind-body health improves session by session.
Acupuncture effect
Acupuncture therapy can sometimes has an immediate affect sometimes it take time for the self healing processes of the mind and body to respond to therapy, indeed acupuncture or TCM therapies sessions tend to have an accumulative therapeutic effect which builds over time to encourage balanced metaphysical healing.
Note: acupuncture or TCM therapies will never be able to grow back an organ or leg, arm or repair a hole in the heart, replace a lung, perform brain surgery to remove a tumor, but it will help with many mental and physical painful problems without any drug or surgical interventions.
The WHO evidence based Acupuncture page
Western Medical Acupuncture
Acupuncture is now practiced by some general medical practitioners (GP's or MD's) and physiotherapists who use acupuncture as an extra therapy to their practices, this means the therapy they are applying is a type of acupuncture that are not wholly based on Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) principles of qi energy, the five elements and yin/yang etc. but based on acupuncture affecting the nervous system to elicit a biological response through the nervous system pairing and nerve sharing (referred pain etc), and the biological response would be via platelets, white blood cells and the metaphysical response the body (fight, flight or freeze) has to a (stabbing) trauma, which usually has no real therapeutic long term benefits unless the western medicine practitioner gets lucky (or placebo) with this type of remedial acupuncture application.
Why Acupuncture Works and Western Medical Practitioners
Acupuncture and TCM works because of the system(s) that are in place that have been developed over centuries of treatments, with all its problems, tweaks and changes made centuries ago by dedicated TCM masters.
Western Medical TCM Hijack
Indeed the modern problems that acupuncture and traditional therapies have to face in the present time is simply being hijacked and changed by western medical practitioners with the possible changes (not improvements), and the way the TCM therapies are delivered (don't try to fix something if it is not broken) at the point of contact! which may subject (TCM) therapies to the skeptics view of "it didn't work for me", simply because they have experience a remedial form of the TCM therapy(s) and have not experienced the real value of dedicated TCM qi healing therapeutics.

Acupuncture and Science:
In 2003 World Health Organization published a report about clinical trials researching the effectiveness of acupuncture. More than one hundred indication were discussed and divided into four groups concerning the strength of existing evidence
The WHO evidence based Acupuncture page

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Acupuncture, Meditation, Taiji and Qigong
Taiji and Qigong are a good way to bring balance and harmony to the mind, body and spirit in conjunction with acupuncture/TCM therapies, and the TCM instructor/therapist should have at least a minimal working knowledge of TCM diagnostic techniques for individualized tai chi and chi kung therapy work, and how to apply TCM treatment knowledge of showing, teaching and applying moving meditation arts of tai chi chuan and chi gong, otherwise the therapeutic effects of the movements are hit and miss at best, and at worst cause a yin/yang imbalance, especially if the therapy is to trigger a healing (DNA Switching) event.moxabustion
Note: to improve a therapeutic interaction, therapists and taiji/qigong teaches should learn to encourage brainwave synchronization during therapy and a tai chi chuan/chi gong class situation.

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Aromatherapy

Aromatherapy (contraindications)
Aromatherapy (herbal based natural plant extracts) has been part of the Traditional Chinese Medicine treatment family almost from the beginnings of TCM, because the essential oils can be classified as yin or yang in nature, indeed essential oils have a defined place in TCM because of the incredible amount of historic herb/flower extract data intelligence Chinese health therapists have collected from its first beginnings.
Note: Aromatherapy oils can be therapeutically applied to TCM energy points as an adjunct energy enhancing therapy, between acupuncture/acupressure healing sessions.

Application of Essential Oils
Essential oils can be used singularly or mixed with other oils, they can be diluted in with a carrier oil for massage or placed into a heat source receptacle to encourage the oil molecule evaporate to saturate the surrounding air, the therapeutic properties of the oils can also be embedded into all kinds of materials such as paper, fabrics and wood etc. Essential oil are like all things in existence, they produce a vibration that human body frequency's relate and respond too on an energetic, therapeutic plane, and if use with skill and understanding promote holistic well being.

Aromatherapy and pain
Aromatherapy has an incredible effect on the brain through stimulating or calming the central nervous system (CNS), and can profoundly affect limbic system and the pain matrix especially in conjunction with acupuncture and hypnotherapy.lavender

Aromatherapy and Science:
Below are some of the ways that essential oils are extracted

Distillation

Almost all pure essential oils are extracted from plants through the process of steam (yang) distillation.
How is it done
Freshly picked plants are held over boiling water, the hot steam (yang) rises and heats the plant oil sacs to release any plant-oil the plant holds. The oiled steam rises into a vessel, through some tubing, then is quickly cooled, causing the steam to turn back into water. Because water and oil do not mix, the water and oil separate, with the oil floating on top of the water, this makes it is easy to separated the now essential oil from the water simply by scooping oil off the top of the water.
Note: oil is classed as yin the volatile properties as yang.

Carbon Dioxide

This is a relatively new method of obtaining essential oils, and can produce essential oil extracts very similar to the plant chemical make up and fragrance.

Enfleurage

Fresh picked blossoms are laid out on sheets of warm fat which absorb the oils from the flowers. The oil depleted flowers are discarded once their oils have been extracted to be replace with fresh ones, the process is repeated again and again until the fat is infused with fragrance. The fat is next separated from the oils with solvents, until there is only essential oils left.

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The essential oils is pressing them from the plant's flesh, seeds, and skins. This technique is used mostly with citrus peels, orange, lemon, lime, or grapefruit, because the oil is mostly in the peels the essence is easily pressed or squeezed out.

Solvents

The plant is dissolved in a solvent such as benzene, hexane, or chlorure of methylene. The solvents used tend to have a low boiling point, and is easily evaporated off, sometimes with the help of a vacuum or centrifugal force machine to help separate the solvents apart from the essential oil, once separate the essential oil become known as essential oil Absolutes.

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Brief History (China)


In China there is a large wealth of history of herbs used for medical benefit.  The first comprehensive book or 'treatise' about herbs and herbal medicine was written around 2698 BC.  It was called The Canon of Herbs.  The Canon was compiled for the Emperor Shen Nung before he died (2698 BC).  The Canon describes over 252 plants and the effects they have on the human body.

Doaist monks would collect herbs on the orders of the Emperor to find the elixir of immortality.  Some monks and even emperors died before their time trying herbal potions which were poisonous.  One such emperor, Huang Ti (known as the Yellow Emperor) compiled the Yellow Emperor Guide to Internal Medicine.  This was probably the most important book about Chinese medicine ever written; Huang Ti only reigned 11 years and died in 2598 BC.

Most of the data about herbs and plants were compiled for the emperor by shamanist monks known as doaist or doa (way). Doaist religion was the major religion in China of its time which still quietly thrives today, with its knowledge of herbal medicine firmly rooted in the Chinese hospitals and the medical profession.

This herbal knowledge was brought back to the west originally by Jesuit monks, and is still being used today.


Development of Modern Aromatherapy (France)

In the 20th Century (1928) France Rene Maurice Gattefosse of Paris coined the phrase Aromatherapy.  Gattefosse's aromatherapy story started by complete accident when, by a twist of fate, Gattefosse was working in a perfumery where many aromic oils were openly kept in large vats and jars. 
Gattefosse's accident rose
Whilst working Gattefosse accidentally burned his hand and remembering from his study of essential oils and herbs, he reminisced the properties and healing energies of lavender and how lavender oil had the power to reduce inflammation and heal burns, Gattefosse immediately put his burn-damaged hand into a nearby vat full of lavender oil, and because of this quick act his hand started to feel relief and heal, Gattefosse was so impressed by the way his hand had quickly healed, he decided to do a more complete study of essential oils and how they affected key systems of the body when applied topically to the skin.
Dr Jean Valnet
Dr Jean Valnet discovered Gattefosse's work and started to experiment and record the holistic healing effects of essential oils and the curative affect they produced, and published his finding in a best seller "The Practice Of Aromatherapy".
The work published by Gattefosse and Valnet was so compelling that aromatherapy became a reputable therapy throughout France then the world.
Herbal medicine has continued to be a way of healing and encouraging holistic health right up to the present day.
Note: to improve a therapeutic interaction, therapists and taiji/qigong teaches should learn to encourage brainwave synchronization during therapy and a tai chi chuan/chi gong class situation.

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Hypnotherapy (contraindications)
Hypnotherapy is a form of cognitive behavioral therapy, TCM and meditation amongst other things, and has had a roller coaster history that has seen its techniques rise and fall in and out of fashion throughout the centuries. Many cultures have explored the power of the hypnotic suggestion, and many companies employ naturally gifted people that exploit a collective behaviour via suggestive hypnosis as way to get what they want through subtle suggestion, via the media, using advertising, hypnotic suggestion related techniques have been used for just about anything from selling a bar of soap to becoming head of a nation.
Note: the physical body is yin and the thoughts are yang but this can change because negative thoughts are yin and positive thoughts are yang.

Chihypno

Hypnosis and Traditional Chinese Medicine - Qi energy healing
How to prove chi energy of the voice exists: when we speak the energy moving from our body produces a noise using exhaled air over the vocal cords, to generate a ball of energy in the form of a change of air pressure that is physically pushed out of our bodies, the ball of energy (sound) travels invisibly (sound is invisible to the human eye) through empty space to a place it can be heard (by an ear, recorder, water etc), the ball of expelled energy is a force (natural qi) that can change the way we think or behave depending on the content of the words/sounds and how they are delivered. Controlled natural energy expelled from the body is a form of qi energy that has a physical purposeful presence when used as a therapy.
Qi energy healing hypnotherapy and words
Well constructed delivered worded scripts deliver its chi focused energy to its recipient empathically is a really powerful tool delivered word-form of hypnosis with script ideas based upon the client base emotional five elements to promote healing metaphysically, encouraging the body/mind healing process through control talking energetic's to change the mind and body into a good mental and physical holistic place.
Energy of words to change minds
Historical we constructed sentences, paragraphs, speeches to communicate sentiment, but words can do much more, words are the dots that connect body language and minds, the spoken (Winston Churchill speeches etc) and written word (William Shakespeare plays etc) have change the minds and inspired millions of people, brought down nations and destroyed as well as built up many an individuals ego, words can brain synchronize small and large groups of people and can be a powerful precursor to intimacy and most importantly words can heal and change a mind (chemistry) used in the right context.
Note: Group, individual and one to one brain synchronize allows us to connect at a level that is not yet fully understood but the fact that brain synchronize (and could be a form of group therapy in its own right) happens is undisputable and science backs this theory up. Brain synchronization - Before its News, Neural Oscillation - Wikipedia
Hypnosis, Freud and words
The father of modern day talking therapies, Sigmund Freud developed his psychoanalytical craft from using the hypnotic state (yes Freud was a hypnotherapist). Talking therapies such as counseling rely on the use of words and persuasion (as well as sometimes body/mind changing drugs) to help people to heal, these therapies are in essence talking therapies that used well developed strategies of suggestion to effect a positive outcome, so does hypnotherapy (not to be confuse with stage hypnosis that abuse the power of suggestion) using the power of words.
Note: Freud developed many ideas including Libido (sexual energy) which in many ways correlates to aspects of the yin and yang prenatal-postnatal Chinese model of chi energy (jing).
Acupuncture, hypnotherapy, tai chi and chi kung, aromatherapy and reflexology application has the therapeutic power to release natural healing chemicals ( non drug or chemical dependent therapies - drug based therapies can become "Addiction" therapies) throughout the body and brain to help readjust mental and physical health.

Types of Hypnosis

Direct suggestion: hypnosis with direct commands to the subconscious which are usually therapeutic in nature (but can be sale orientated). Direct suggestion comes in many forms and at many levels that most people are not even aware of. Direct suggestion can be used at any time anywhere.

Indirect suggestion: hypnosis that is used in advertising or any promotional or media event that get the subconscious thinking on the product or concept being promoted, a form of media persuasion. Indirect suggestion can be used at any time anywhere.

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How Hypnosis works:
Hypnosis is based on being able to persuade the recipients mind(s) using words to do something that they might not have thought of, a sort of mental nudge that keeps poking the mind to create a mental conflict, so that the mind in the end has a deep desire to do "it" or "buy it" or "get to it".

Hypnosis can have a real affect on the reduction of pain

Can I be Hypnotized
It seems that the underlying ego in some personalities is so sure of itself that a proportion of people say "I don't think I can be hypnotized", when in fact they all go through the state known as hypnosis at least twice a day (just before going to sleep and on waking), so for those who think they are un-hypnotizable please be rest assured most of you can and do experience different levels of hypnosis daily, and research suggests that the more intelligent someone is the more likely they will have the key ability to accept direct and indirect suggestion, simply because they tend to be able to relax and mentally focus more intensely.
So if you are the one that cannot be hypnotized then wait until you go to sleep!

People that are difficult or cannot develop the state of hypnosis through suggestion
Young children that cannot understand the words and directions they are being given, people with learning difficulties, and people being drunk or ingesting drugs will change the way suggestion is able to be accepted by the subconscious.

The mind has some safeguards
Although the mind can be penetrated, getting it to do things it morally does not want to is difficult because the mind does have safeguards hardwired into its systems (lets call this part of the system the minds moral compass) to stop anything underhand or immoral happening.
If a suggestion is made by the hypnotist to kill someone, commit a robbery or something that is criminal, the minds super-ego (moral compass) will switch on, and not allow this to happen, believe it or not a hypnotist cannot make you commit a criminal offence (unless you are a criminal robber, psycho or in denial, and really want to consciously and subconsciously commit a crime?).

Meditation: meditation can be classed as a form of self-hypnosis, self suggestion and self health promotion (or just self).
Note: to improve a therapeutic interaction, therapists and taiji/qigong teaches should learn to encourage brainwave sycronization during therapy and a tai chi chuan/chi gong class situation.

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Aromatherapy can be a prelude to hypnosis because the
essential oil molecules have a direct effect on the limbic system

Nutrition & Weight Management

Nutrition & Weight Management is a science that is constantly changing with new ideas and ways to control food craving and calorie intake forming almost on a daily basis to help people to lose weight, excess fat, muffin tops etc. The truth is that anyone can lose weight, and for some people that is the easy part by constantly following a calorie controlled diet with lots of exercise it is a mathematical fact that body fat will start to burn and a slim body will eventually be achieved (medical exceptions excluded). Most people know how to lose weight, most people with weight/fat issues have lost weight, so guychi weight management is not a way to lose weight but a healthy way to change and challenge the bodies metaphysical, holistic energy to promote weight loss and keep those fat cell pounds or kilos off forever.
The hardest part of loosing body is
The hardest part of loosing body is keeping the weight off, how to keep the weight off with lipids constantly wanting to refill those fat cells, yes the empty fat cells that are crying out to be refilled.
Guychi can help to keep that fat off
The body/mind is holistic (whole person) which means that the body has an effect on the mind and the mind affects the body, movements, thoughts the five sense all have a part to play when it come to food and drink because food and drink are survival, we simply waste away and die without nourishment.
Subconscious and the senses (keep the fat off)
The limbic system plays an important role when it comes to emotions and eating food tend to be emotive, we like certain foods (emotive), some food can cause an allergic reaction (emotive) food can be connected to disorders such as obesity, anorexia and bulimia (emotive).
The main emotional trigger to set off an emotion is the amygdala deep in the brain from information given to it via the five senses, and it just so happens that the amygdala is one of the key component of the limbic system which has a profound connection with food by partly controlling our eating habits, another key component of the limbic system is the olfactory bulb (at the top of the nose).
Bored limbic system
If the limbic system emotional content gets bored with nothing to occupy it or entertain the brain then, for some it is the time to eat and eat (hunter-gathering)? BUT WHAT IF A WAY WAS FOUND TO KEEP THE LIMBIC SYSTEM EMOTIONALLY BUSY.
Guychi aromamask
I have developed some simple masking methods with a special blend of oils that when used at times of food craving (emotive) stress the limbic system is kept busy, meaning that as long as the mask is kept on and the oils a replenished food cravings become manageable helping the user to lose weight and keep it off until the gets use to being slimmer.

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Reflexology

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How Reflexology is applied (contraindications)
Reflexology is usually applied through massage techniques using the hands to systematically manipulate areas of the feet that are metaphysically mapped out as a reflection of the whole body, however reflexology may be applied by rollers or massage aids which are never as good as human contact, pressure and therapist experienced, therapeutic techniques.
Note: left foot is yang, right foot is yin, bottom of the foot is yin, top of the foot is yang, hard pressure is yang, soft pressure is yin.
Reflexology and the Nervous system
The feet have over 200,00 nerves in them that feed information back to the brain about the position of joints, muscular tension, spatial awareness, sensory awareness, and all the information needed to walk and move, the nerves of the feet directly connect to the central nervous system, and when stimulated/worked on correctly can encourage a profound therapeutic effect on the whole body making reflexology a metaphysical yin/yang holistic therapy that may trigger a deep healing process.
Note: if you have experience a reflexology session abroad (asia), the reflexology applied tends to be strong and aggressive pressure mainly because peoples feet (in asia and africa) are a lot harder because of the type of shoes worn (or not worn) and how they use their feet, indeed reflexology practiced by some local (foreign) therapists can be extremely painful, however western trained reflexology tends to client base qi focused, with a more feeling gentle (yin) massage based approach (you will be asked if the pressure is comfortable) to avoid pain and incorrect pressure (yang) techniques.

Reflexology and Science

Reflexologist believe that a connection can be found to every part of the body via the nervous, lymphatic, blood systems as well as the soul (no pun intended) and spirit (shen) from the tops, sides and bottoms of the feet, and working on any imbalanced part of the feet can in effect reduce stress and holistically help promote re-balance of the (qi energy) system to a healthy state.reflexology map
Acupressure and Reflexology
The feet and ankles also have an abundant supply of acupuncture/acupressure points that connect to the Traditional Chinese Medical jing-luo meridian systems, the feet can used in a traditional Chinese sense as a TCM microcosm which can be used to therapeutically to treat the whole body.
Indications of dysfunctions
A reflexologist will take a full medical history, then completely examine the feet looking for discoloration, tightness, painful spots and gritty crystalline lumps to diagnose a dysfunction.
Reflexology Treatment
The area of the feet that can be seen or felt to have anything unusual (discolored, lumps, pain etc.) would in essence, to the reflexologist indicate a metaphysical system imbalance with that part or parts of the body, with that noted the dysfunctional areas are therapeutically worked upon, shortly after a full balancing reflex system pressure massage of both feet.
Note: to improve a therapeutic interaction, therapists and taiji/qigong teaches should learn to encourage brainwave synchronization during therapy and a tai chi chuan/chi gong class situation.

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Some contraindications will require written GP/Consultant medical permission to access treatment and should be discussed during the first consultation.

Pacemaker (electro-acupuncture)

Acute stroke

Patients with cancer

Areas of poor skin condition

Diabetic patients

Epilepsy

Bleeding disorders such as hemophilia or use of blood thinners

Drug or alcohol intoxication

Pacemaker

Any seizure disorders

Infections and skin disorders or disease

Fear of acupuncture therapy

Immunocompromised patients

Skin infections at site of needling

Skin disorders such as psoriasis or eczema

Metal allergy

Valvular heart disease (for indwelling needles)

Pregnancy acupuncture points:
LI 4; SP 6; UB 60, 67, sacral forman points B 31, 32, 33, 34.

Acupuncture with clients who have uncontrolled movements.

Needling any oedematous limb at risk of lymphoedma

Spinal instability where relaxation of the surrounding spinal muscles my potentially cause a spinal cord compression.

Needling of scars, keloid growth and recent incisional wounds or non sensory skin/numb skin.

Intracapusular point acupuncture when a client is taking anticoagulants or is hemophiliac.

Good judgment and professional a attitude should be promoted to protect the client and the therapist

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Aromatherapy Contraindications

Some contraindications will require written GP/Consultant medical permission to access treatment and should be discussed during the first consultation.

Before applying any essential oils, a simple patch test should be undertaken to ensure the oils do not cause an allergic reaction. An allergic reaction should be immediate:

Essential oils contraindicated with the following health problems:

Epilepsy or Seizures - Basil, Eucalyptus, Fennel, Hyssop, Sage and Rosemary.

High Blood Pressure
- Red Thyme, Hyssop, Pine, Rosemary and Sage.

Hypoglycemia - Geranium.

Kidney Disorders - Juniper.

Pregnancy
Basil, Birch, Camphor, Cassia, Cedar wood, Clary Sage, Clove Bud, Coriander, Fennel, Sweet Hyssop, Jasmine, Juniper, Lemon, Marjoram, Myrrh, Peppermint, Rose, Rosemary, Sage and Thyme.
Note: lavender essential oil should be avoided in the 1st trimester.

Children
The following oils are considered safe for use with children.
Dosage proportioning should be strictly adhered too.

Babies & Children
only use 1% dilution - 1 drop of oil to 2 tsp. of carrier oil.

0-6 months: Lavender and Roman Chamomile.

6-12 months: Lavender, Roman Chamomile, Neroli and Rose.

1-6 years: Lavender, Roman Chamomile, Neroli, Rose, Coriander, Mandarin, Orange, Rosewood, Tangerine and Tea Tree.

7-12 years
: Nearly all adult aromatherapy oils can be used except for Basil. Use only 1/4 of the adult dosage for this age group.

Mucus Membranes

Irritant essential oils to the mucus membranes
Allspice, Cinnamon (potentially toxic, not recommended for use on skin), Clove, Fennel, Pine, Savory, Spearmint, Spruce, Thyme.

Skin - Photosensitivity
Essential oils that should not be used before going out in sun or using a tanning machine
Angelica, Bergamot, Orange, Grapefruit, Lemon , Lime (any citrus oils), Cumin Verbena.

Essential Oil Sensitization
Sensitization can develop into a allergic reaction to some essential oils if overused. To avoid possible sensitization switch essential oil mixes approximately every two weeks.
Essential oils that tend to cause sensitivity
Aniseed Balsam, Peru, Bay, Laurel, Benzoin, Bitter Fennel, Calamus, Cardamon, Cassia, Cinnamon, Citronella, Costus, Dill Seed, Fig Leaf Absolute, Galbanum Resin, Hyacinth Absolute, Jasmine Absolute, Litsea Cubeba, Mimos Absolute, Oakmoss Concrete, Pine, Rose Absolute, Spearmint, Tagete, Tolu, Balsam.

Possible Skin Irritant to Sensitive Skin Types
Allspice, Basil, Bay, Laurel, Benzoin, Black Pepper, Cinnamon, Citronella, Clove, Eucalyptus, Fennel, Sweet Fir Needle, Ginger, Jasmine, Juniper Berry, Lemon, Lemon grass, Litsea Cubeba, Melissa, Peppermint, Pimento Leaf, Pine, Rosemary, Savory Spruce and Verbena (Use less than recommended dosage).

Toxic's
It is very unlikely that any trained aromatherapist would have the need to use any toxic essential oils considering the vast array of oils available that can do the job just as well!
Ajowan, Arnica, Birch, Bitter Almond, Boldo, Buchu, Calamus, Camphor, Cascarilla, Chevril, Cinnamon, Deer Tongue, Horseradish, Inula, Jaborandi, Khella, Mustard, Mugwort, Narcisus, Nutmeg, Oregano, Parsley, Pennyroyal, Rue, Sage, Santolina, Sassafras, Spanish Broom, Tansy, Thuja, Tonka, Tumeric, Wintergreen, Wormseed and Wormwood.

Essential oils application cautions should be followed with:

  • Babies and young children: only a quarter of the dose of essential oils should be applied.

  • The elderly or persons on some medications: only half the dose should be applied.

  • Epilepsy: some essential oils could trigger an epileptic fit.

  • Pregnancy: some essential oils may trigger uterine contractions.

  • Asthma: avoided steam inhalations they may trigger an asthma attack.

  • High blood pressure: some essential oils may effect blood pressure.

  • High temperature: aromatherapy massage should be avoided.

  • Recent fracture or inflammation: massage area should be avoided.

  • Nursing mothers: Some essential oils should be avoided. Geranium may over-stimulate infants and babies.

  • Varicose veins: should only be massaged very gently in upward strokes.

Good judgment and professional a attitude should be promoted to protect the client and the therapist

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Hypnotherapy Contraindications

Some contraindications will require written GP/Consultant medical permission to access treatment and should be discussed during the first consultation.

  • Pregnancy - second and third trimester.

  • Blood pressure - extremely high or extremely low.

Total Contraindication with conditions of:

  • Schizophrenia.

  • Pathological personalities.

  • Pregnancy - first trimester.

  • Alcohol or drug abuse.

  • Senility.

  • Bi-polar conditions, clinical depressive illnesses or those exhibiting suicidal tendencies.

  • Serious heart conditions.

  • Epilepsy and narcolepsy.

  • Psychosis.

  • Borderline personality disorder.

  • Autism.

  • Tourette's.

Good judgment and professional a attitude should be promoted to protect the client and the therapist

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Some contraindications will require written GP/Consultant medical permission to access treatment and should be discussed during the first consultation.

  • Contagious skin diseases ie. athletes foot, verrucas, impetigo, scabies, chicken pox, mumps etc. (protect against cross infection).

  • Psoriasis or eczema on foot, this condition would the foot be too sore to work on.

  • Severe untreated medical condition, acute pain, because reflexology treatment may hide a condition which needs more immediate and intense medical attention.

  • Anyone under influence of alcohol or recreational drugs.

  • Internal bleeding, reflexology encourages increased blood flow.

  • Severe varicose veins i.e. phlebitis (reflexology could increase venal blood pressure.

  • Infection, disease or fever (could promote the disease and cross infect to the therapist).

  • Diarrhoea and vomiting – cross infection.

  • Bruising (haematoma), cuts, grazes, openings in the skin, rashes, bites, burns, fractures, swelling or inflammation.

  • Reflexology could make a period heavier during the first few days of menstruation.

  • leave 1 - 2 hours after eating (approximately 1hr for light meal, 2hr for a heavy meal).

  • Scar tissue, 6 months for a small scar, 2 years for major operation scarring.

  • Sunburn.

  • Hormonal implants.

  • Cervical spondylitis

Some contraindications will require written GP/Consultant medical permission to access treatment and should be discussed during the first consultation.

  • Medication for serious conditions, reflexology could change how medication behaves in the body.
  • Cancer within 5 years of surgery, any rogue cells could be spread via the lymph system.
  • Recent post-operative events.
  • Post natal treatments
  • Severe swelling throughout the body.
  • Cardiovascular conditions including thrombosis, phlebitis, hypertension, hypotension, heart conditions, including the pericardium and presence of a pacemaker.
  • Conditions currently being treated by any GP or complimentary therapist.
  • Psychiatric illness or emotional conditions.
  • Arthritis, arthritic conditions or rheumatism.
  • Osteoporosis because reflexology could speed up decalcification.
  • Epilepsy.
  • Asthma or any breathing problems.
  • Medical oedema.
  • Pregnancy, treatment should be gentle in the first trimester.
  • Spastic conditions.
  • Kidney infections.
  • Trapped or pinched nerve inflammation including sciatica.
  • Nervous system dysfunctions, eg multiple sclerosis, parkinson's disease, motor neuron etc.

Good judgment and professional a attitude should be promoted to protect the client and the therapist

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Phobia List

A certain amount of fear towards a potential dangerous object or situation is healthy (fight, flight angeror freeze) in small amounts, and keeps us safe, but when an unhealthy phobic fear is metaphysically in place, and when it changes your life, health and general living day to day, with you not being able to stop obsessing about the phobia that is in your possession, then the phobia will have to be addressed with a healing treatment.
Guychi offers therapeutic solutions to your phobic problem using one therapy or a combination of therapies to help you discover and overcome your fears, making life just that little bit more enjoyable - to find out more about treatments for phobias email guychi@outlook.com

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  • Ablutophobia: fear of bathing, washing, or cleaning
  • Acarophobia: fear of itching and of the insects that cause itching
  • Acerophobia: fear of sourness
  • Achluophobia: fear of darkness
  • Acidophobia - Acidophobic: fear of acidic conditions
  • Acousticophobia: fear of noise
  • Acrophobia: fear of heights
  • Aerophobia: fear of flying, drafts, anything in the air
  • Aeronausiphobia: fear of vomiting secondary to airsickness
  • Agateophobia: fear of insanity
  • Agoraphobia: fear of open places and crowds
  • Agraphobia: fear of sexual abuse
  • Agrizoophobia: fear of wild animals
  • Agyrophobia: fear of crossing streets
  • Aichmophobia: fear of sharp and pointed objects
  • Ailurophobia: fear of cats
  • Albuminurophobia: fear of kidney disease
  • Albanophobia: fear of Albanians
  • Alektorophobia: fear of chickens
  • Algophobia: fear of pain
  • Alliumphobia: fear of garlic
  • Allodoxaphobia: fear of opinions
  • Altophobia: fear of heights
  • Amathophobia: fear of dust
  • Amaxophobia: fear of riding in a car
  • Ambulophobia: fear of walking
  • Amnesiphobia: fear of amnesia
  • Amychophobia: fear of being scratched
  • Anablephobia: fear of looking up
  • Ancraophobia: fear of wind
  • Androphobia: fear of adult men
  • Anginophobia: fear of angina, choking or narrowness
  • Anglophobia: fear of England and English culture
  • Angrophobia: fear of anger or of becoming angry
  • Ankylophobia: fear of immobility of a joint
  • Anthropophobia: fear of people and the company of people
  • Antlophobia: fear of floods
  • Anuptaphobia: fear of staying single
  • Apeirophobia: fear of infinity
  • Aphenphosmphobia: fear of being touched
  • Apiphobia: fear of bees
  • Apotemnophobia: fear of persons with amputations
  • Arachibutyrophobia: fear of peanut butter sticking to the roof of the mouth.
  • Aquaphobia: fear of water
  • Arachnophobia: fear of spiders
  • Arithmophobia: fear of numbers
  • Arrhenphobia: fear of men
  • Arsonphobia: fear of fire
  • Asthenophobia: fear of fainting and weakness
  • Astraphobia: fear of thunder and lightning
  • Astrophobia: fear of stars or celestial space
  • Asymmetriphobia: fear of asymmetrical things
  • Ataxiophobia: fear of ataxia. (muscular incoordination)
  • Ataxophobia: fear of disorder and untidiness
  • Atelophobia: fear of imperfection
  • Atephobia: fear of ruin or ruins
  • Athazagoraphobia: fear of being forgotton being ignored and forgetting
  • Atomosophobia: fear of atomic explosions
  • Atychiphobia: fear of failure
  • Aulophobia: fear of flutes
  • Aurophobia: fear of gold
  • Auroraphobia: fear of Northern lights
  • Autodysomophobia: fear of one that has a vile odour
  • Automatonophobia: fear of ventriloquist's dummies or anything that is copy of a being
  • Automysophobia: fear of being dirty
  • Autophobia: fear of isolation
  • Aviophobia - Aviatophobia: fear of flying

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  • Bacillophobia: fear of microbes
  • Bacteriophobia: fear of bacteria
  • Ballistophobia: fear of missiles and bullets
  • Bolshephobia: fear of Bolsheviks
  • Barophobia: fear of gravity
  • Basophobia - Basiphobia: fear of walking/standing erect and a fear of falling
  • Bathmophobia: fear of stairs or steep slopes
  • Bathophobia: fear of depth
  • Batophobia: fear of heights or being close to high buildings
  • Batrachophobia: fear of frogs and other amphibians
  • Belonephobia: fear of pins and needles
  • Bibliophobia: fear and hatred for books
  • Biphobia: fear of bisexuality and bisexuals
  • Blennophobia: fear of slime
  • Bogyphobia: fear of bogeys and the bogeyman
  • Botanophobia: fear of plants
  • Bromidrosiphobia or Bromidrophobia: fear of body smells
  • Brontophobia: fear of thunder and lightning
  • Bufonophobia: fear of toads

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  • Cacophobia: fear of ugliness
  • Cainophobia - Cainotophobia: fear of newness, novelty
  • Caligynephobia: fear of beautiful women
  • Cancerophobia - Carcinophobia: fear of cancer
  • Cardiophobia: fear of the heart
  • Carnophobia: fear of meat
  • Catagelophobia: fear of being ridiculed
  • Catapedaphobia: fear of jumping from high and low places
  • Cathisophobia: fear of sitting
  • Catoptrophobia: fear of mirrors
  • Cenophobia - Centophobia: fear of new things or ideas
  • Ceraunophobia - Keraunophobia: fear of thunder and lightning
  • Chaetophobia: fear of hair
  • Cheimaphobia - Cheimatophobia: fear of cold.(Frigophobia, Psychophobia)
  • Chemophobia: fear of chemicals
  • Cherophobia: fear of gaiety
  • Chionophobia: fear of snow
  • Chiraptophobia: fear of being touched
  • Chirophobia: fear of hands
  • Chiroptophobia: fear of bats
  • Christianophobia: fear of Christians
  • Cholerophobia: fear of anger and the fear of cholera
  • Chorophobia: fear of dancing
  • Chrometophobia or Chrematophobia: fear of money
  • Chromophobia - Chromatophobia: fear of colours
  • Chronophobia: fear of time and time moving forward
  • Chronomentrophobia: fear of clocks
  • Cibophobia - Sitophobia: fear of food (anorexia phobia)
  • Claustrophobia: fear of having no escape and being closed in
  • Cleithrophobia - Cleisiophobia: fear of being locked in an enclosed place
  • Cleptophobia: fear of stealing
  • Climacophobia: fear of stairs, climbing, and of falling downstairs
  • Clinophobia: fear of going to bed
  • Clithrophobia or Cleithrophobia: fear of being enclosed
  • Cometophobia: fear of comets
  • Coimetrophobia: fear of cemeteries
  • Coitophobia: fear of coitus.
    Contreltophobia: fear of sexual abuse
  • Colorphobia: fear or a strong aversion towards a particular colour
  • Coprastasophobia: fear of constipation.
  • Coprophobia: fear of feces or defecation
  • Consecotaleophobia: fear of chopsticks
  • Coulrophobia: fear of clowns
  • Counterphobia: fear or preference by a phobic for fearful situations
  • Cremnophobia: fear of precipices
  • Cryophobia: fear of extreme cold, ice or frost
  • Crystallophobia: fear of crystals and glass
  • Cyberphobia: fear and aversion to computers and learning new technologies
  • Cyclophobia: fear of bicycles
  • Cymophobia - Kymophobia: fear of waves or wave like motions
  • Cynophobia: fear of dogs and rabies
  • Cypridophobia - Cypriphobia - Cyprianophobia - Cyprinophobia: fear of prostitutes and venereal disease

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  • Decidophobia: fear of making decisions
  • Defecaloesiophobia: fear of painful bowels movements
  • Deipnophobia: fear of dining or dinner conversations
  • Dementophobia: fear of insanity
  • Demonophobia - Daemonophobia: fear of demons
  • Demophobia: fear of crowds (Agoraphobia)
  • Dendrophobia: fear of trees
  • Dentophobia - Odontophobia: fear of dentists
  • Dermatophobia: fear of skin lesions
  • Dermatosiophobia - Dermatophobia - Dermatopathophobia: fear of skin disease
  • Dextrophobia: fear of objects at the right side of the body
  • Diabetophobia: fear of diabetes
  • Didaskaleinophobia: fear of going to school
  • Dikephobia: fear of justice
  • Dinophobia: fear of dizziness or whirlpools
  • Diplophobia: fear of double vision
  • Dipsophobia: fear of drinking
  • Dishabiliophobia: fear of undressing in front of someone
  • Disposophobia: fear of throwing stuff out. Hoarding
  • Domatophobia: fear of houses or being in a house
  • Doraphobia: fear of fur or skins of animals
  • Doxophobia: fear of expressing opinions or of receiving praise
  • Dromophobia: fear of crossing streets
  • Dutchphobia: fear of the Dutch
  • Dysmorphophobia: fear obsession with a real or imaginary body defect (body dysmorphic disorder)
  • Dystychiphobia: fear of accidents

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  • Ecclesiophobia: fear of church
  • Ecophobia: fear of home
  • Eicophobia: fear of home surroundings
  • Eisoptrophobia: fear of mirrors or of seeing oneself in a mirror
  • Electrophobia: fear of electricity
  • Eleutherophobia: fear of freedom
  • Elurophobia: fear of cats
  • Emetophobia: fear of vomiting
  • Enetophobia: fear of pins
  • Enochlophobia: fear of crowds
  • Entomophobia: fear of insects
  • Eosophobia: fear of dawn or daylight
  • Ephebiphobia: fear of young people/teenagers
  • Epistaxiophobia: fear of nosebleeds
  • Epistemophobia: fear of knowledge
  • Equinophobia - Hippophobia: fear of horses
  • Eremophobia: fear of being oneself or of lonliness
  • Ergophobia - Ergasiophobia: fear of work or functioning, or a surgeon's fear of operating
  • Erotophobia: fear of sexual love, sexual abuse and sexual questions
  • Erythrophobia - Erytophobia - Ereuthophobia: fear of the color red, fear of blushing
  • Euphobia: fear of hearing good news
  • Eurotophobia: fear of female genitals

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  • Febriphobia - Fibriphobia - Fibriophobia: fear of fever
  • Felinophobia: fear of cats
  • Francophobia: fear of France or French culture
  • Frigophobia: fear of becoming too cold

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  • Galeophobia - Gatophobia: fear of cats
  • Gallophobia - Galiophobia: fear France or French culture
  • Gamophobia: fear of cohabitation, marriage or nuptials
  • Gelotophobia: fear of being laughed at or laughter
  • Geniophobia: fear of chins
  • Genophobia: fear of sex
  • Genuphobia: fear of knees
  • Genophobia - Coitophobia: fear of sexual intercourse
  • Gephyrophobia: fear of bridges
  • Germanophobia: fear of Germans
  • Gerontophobia - Gerascophobia: fear of growing old, a hatred and fear of the elderly
  • Geumaphobia - Geumophobia: fear of taste
  • Globophobia: fear of balloons
  • Glossophobia: fear of speaking in public or trying to speak
  • Gnosiophobia: fear of knowledge
  • Graphophobia: fear of writing or handwriting
  • Gymnophobia: fear of nudity
  • Gynophobia: fear of women

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  • Halitophobia: fear of bad breath
  • Hadephobia: fear of hell
  • Hagiophobia: fear of saints or holy things
  • Hamartophobia: fear of sinning
  • Haphephobia: fear of being touched
  • Harpaxophobia: fear of being robbed
  • Hedonophobia: fear of obtaining pleasure
  • Heliophobia: fear of the sun and sunlight
  • Hellenologophobia: fear of Greek terms or complex scientific terminology
    Helminthophobia: fear of being infested with worms
  • Hemophobia - Haemophobia: fear of blood
  • Heresyphobia - Hereiophobia: fear of challenges to official doctrine and radical deviation
  • Herpetophobia: fear of reptiles and amphibians
  • Heterophobia: fear of heterosexuals
  • Hexakosioihexekontahexaphobia: fear of the number 666 (number of the beast)
  • Hierophobia: fear of priests or sacred things
  • Hinduphobia: fear of Hindus
  • Hippopotomonstrosesquipedaliophobia: fear of long words
  • Hispanophobia: fear of anything Hispanic
  • Hobophobia: fear of bums, homeless people and beggars
  • Hodophobia: fear of road travel
  • Hormephobia: fear of shock
  • Homichlophobia: fear of fog
  • Homilophobia: fear of sermons
  • Hominophobia: fear of men
  • Homophobia: fear of homosexuality, homosexuals and gays
  • Hoplophobia: fear of firearms
  • Hydrargyophobia: fear of mercurial medicines
  • Hydrophobia: fear of water or of rabies
  • Hydrophobophobia: fear of rabies
  • Hyelophobia - Hyalophobia: fear of glass
  • Hygrophobia: fear of liquids, dampness, or moisture
  • Hylephobia: fear of materialism or the fear of epilepsy
  • Hylophobia: fear of forests
  • Hypengyophobia - Hypegiaphobia: fear of responsibility
  • Hypnophobia - Somniphobia: fear of sleep and hypnosis
  • Hydrophobia - Hydrophobic: fear of being repelled by water

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  • Iatrophobia: fear of going to the doctor and of doctors
  • Ichthyophobia: fear of fish
  • Ideophobia: fear of ideas
  • Illyngophobia: fear of vertigo or feeling dizzy when looking down
  • Iophobia: fear of poison
  • Insectophobia: fear of insects
  • Indophobia: fear of India and Indian culture
  • Islamophobia: fear of Muslims
  • Isolophobia: fear of solitude, being alone
  • Isopterophobia: fear of termites, insects that eat wood
  • Ithyphallophobia: fear of seeing, thinking about and having an erect penis

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  • Japanophobia: fear of Japanese
  • Judeophobia: fear of Jews

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  • Kainolophobia - Kainophobia: fear of anything new or novel
  • Kakorrhaphiophobia: fear of failure and defeat
  • Katagelophobia: fear of ridicule
  • Kathisophobia: fear of sitting down
  • Katsaridaphobia: fear of cockroaches
  • Kenophobia: fear of voids and empty spaces
  • Keraunophobia - Ceraunophobia: fear of thunder and lightning.(Astraphobia, Astrapophobia)
  • Kinetophobia - Kinesophobia: fear of movement and motion
  • Kleptophobia: fear of stealing
  • Koinoniphobia: fear of rooms
  • Kolpophobia: fear of genitals, particularly female
  • Kopophobia: fear of fatigue
  • Koniophobia: fear of dust. (Amathophobia)
  • Koryophobia: fear of the Koreans
  • Kosmikophobia: fear of cosmic phenomenon
  • Koumpounophobia: fear of buttons
  • Kymophobia: fear of waves. (Cymophobia)
  • Kynophobia: fear of rabies
  • Kyphophobia: fear of stooping

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  • Lachanophobia: fear of vegetables
  • Laliophobia - Lalophobia: fear of speaking
  • Leprophobia - Lepraphobia: fear of leprosy
  • Lesbophobia: fear of lesbians
  • Leukophobia: fear of the color white
  • Levophobia: fear of things to the left side of the body
  • Ligyrophobia: fear of loud noises
  • Lilapsophobia: fear of tornadoes and hurricanes
  • Limnophobia: fear of lakes
    Linonophobia: fear of string
  • Lipophobia: fear of fats in food
  • Liticaphobia: fear of lawsuits
  • Lockiophobia: fear of childbirth
  • Logizomechanophobia: fear of computers
  • Logophobia: fear of words
  • Luiphobia: fear of lues, syphillis
  • Lutraphobia: fear of otters
  • Lygophobia: fear of darkness
  • Lyssophobia: fear of rabies or of becoming mad

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  • Macrophobia: fear of long waits
  • Mageirocophobia: fear of cooking
  • Maieusiophobia: fear of childbirth
  • Malaxophobia: fear of love play. (Sarmassophobia)
  • Maniaphobia: fear of insanity
  • Mastigophobia: fear of punishment
  • Mechanophobia: fear of machines
  • Medomalacuphobia: fear of losing an erection
  • Medorthophobia: fear of an erect penis
  • Megalophobia: fear of large things
  • Melissophobia: fear of bees
  • Melanophobia: fear of the colour black
  • Melophobia: fear or hatred of music
  • Meningitophobia: fear of brain disease
  • Menophobia: fear of menstruation
  • Merinthophobia: fear of being bound or tied up
  • Metallophobia: fear of metal
  • Metathesiophobia: fear of changes
  • Meteorophobia: fear of meteors
  • Methyphobia: fear of alcohol
  • Metrophobia: fear or hatred of poetry
  • Microbiophobia: fear of microbes. (Bacillophobia)
  • Microphobia: fear of small things
  • Misophobia or Mysophobia: fear of being contaminated with dirt and germs
  • Mnemophobia: fear of memories
  • Molysmophobia or Molysomophobia: fear of dirt or contamination
  • Monophobia: fear of being alone and self isolation
  • Monopathophobia: fear of definite disease
  • Motorphobia: fear of automobiles
  • Mottephobia: fear of moths
  • Musophobia - Murophobia - Suriphobia: fear of mice and rats
  • Mycophobia: fear or aversion to mushrooms
  • Mycrophobia: fear of small things
  • Myctophobia: fear of darkness
  • Myrmecophobia: fear of ants
  • Mysophobia: fear of germs, contamination and dirt
  • Mythophobia: fear of myths or stories or false statements
  • Myxophobia: fear of slime. (Blennophobia)

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A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

  • Nebulaphobia: fear of fog. (Homichlophobia)
  • Necrophobia: fear of death and the dead
  • Neophobia - Cainophobia - Cainotophobia - Centophobia - Kainolophobia - Kainophobia - Metathesiophobia - Prosophobia: fear of newness, novelty, change and progress
  • Nephophobia: fear of clouds
  • Nipponophobia: fear of the Japanese
  • Noctiphobia: fear of the night
  • Nomatophobia: fear of names
  • Nomophobia: fear of being without mobile phone contact
  • Nosocomephobia: fear of hospitals
  • Nosophobia: fear of disease
  • Nostophobia - Ecophobia: fear of returning home
  • Novercaphobia: fear of your step-mother
  • Nucleomituphobia: fear of nuclear weapons
  • Nudophobia: fear of nudity
  • Numerophobia: fear of numbers
  • Nyctophobia - Achluophobia - Lygophobia - Scotophobia: fear of darkness
  • Nyctophobia: fear of the dark or of night

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  • Obesophobia: fear of gaining weight.(Pocrescophobia)
  • Ochlophobia: fear of crowds, mobs and large groups
  • Ochophobia: fear of vehicles
  • Octophobia: fear of the figure 8
  • Odontophobia: fear of teeth or dental surgery
  • Odynophobia - Odynephobia: fear of pain. (Algophobia)
  • Oenophobia: fear of wines
  • Oikophobia: fear of home surroundings and household appliances
  • Oleophobicity: fear of oil rejection
  • Olfactophobia: fear of smells
  • Ombrophobia: fear of rain or of being rained on
  • Ommetaphobia - Ommatophobia: fear of eyes
  • Omphalophobia: fear of belly buttons
  • Oneirophobia: fear of dreams
  • Oneirogmophobia: fear of wet dreams
  • Onomatophobia: fear of hearing a certain word or of names
  • Ophidiophobia: fear of snakes
  • Ophthalmophobia: fear of being stared at
  • Opiophobia: fear medical doctors experience of prescribing pain medications for patients
  • Optophobia: fear of opening one's eyes
  • Ornithophobia: fear of birds
  • Orthophobia: fear of property
  • Osmophobia - Olfactophobia: fear of odours
  • Ostraconophobia: fear of shellfish
  • Ouranophobia or Uranophobia: fear of heaven

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  • Pagophobia: fear of ice or frost
  • Panthophobia: fear of suffering and disease
  • Papaphobia: fear of the Pope
  • Papyrophobia: fear of paper
  • Paralipophobia: fear of neglecting duty or responsibility
  • Paraphobia: fear of sexual perversion
  • Parasitophobia: fear of parasites
  • Paraskavedekatriaphobia: fear of Friday the 13th
  • Parthenophobia: fear of virgins or young girls
  • Pathophobia: fear of disease
  • Patroiophobia: fear of heredity
  • Parturiphobia: fear of childbirth
  • Peccatophobia: fear of sinning or imaginary crimes
  • Pediculophobia: fear of lice
  • Pediophobia: fear of dolls
  • Panphobia: fear of everything and a constant fear with an unknown cause
  • Pedophobia - Paedophobia - Pediaphobia: fear of children
  • Phagophobia: fear of swallowing
  • Phalacrophobia: fear of becoming bald
  • Phallophobia: fear of erections and the penis
  • Pharmacophobia: fear of medications
  • Phasmophobia: fear of ghosts and phantoms
  • Philophobia: fear of love
  • Phobophobia: fear of fear itself and fear of having a phobia
  • Phonophobia: fear of loud sounds and voices
  • Photophobia: fear of light
  • Phronemophobia: fear of thinking
  • Phthiriophobia: fear of lice. (Pediculophobia)
  • Phthisiophobia: fear of tuberculosis
  • Placophobia: fear of tombstones
  • Plutophobia: fear of wealth
  • Pluviophobia: fear of rain or of being rained on
  • Pneumatiphobia: fear of spirits
  • Pnigophobia or Pnigerophobia: fear of choking and being smothered
  • Pocrescophobia: fear of gaining weight. (Obesophobia)
  • Pogonophobia: fear of beards
  • Poliosophobia: fear contracting poliomyelitis
  • Politicophobia: fear or abnormal dislike of politicians
  • Polonophobia: fear of Polish
  • Polyphobia: fear of many things
  • Poinephobia: fear of punishment
  • Ponophobia: fear of overworking and pain
  • Pornophobia: fear of pornography
  • Proctophobia: fear of rectums
  • Prosophobia: fear of progress
  • Psellismophobia: fear of stuttering
  • Psychophobia: fear of mental illness and the mentally ill
  • Psychrophobia: fear of cold
  • Pteromerhanophobia: fear of flying
  • Pteronophobia: fear of being tickled by feathers
  • Pupaphobia: fear of puppets
  • Pyrexiophobia: fear of Fever
  • Pyrophobia: fear of fire

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A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

  • Quadraphobia: fear of the number four
  • Quadriplegiphobia: fear of quadriplegics or fear of becoming a quadriplegic
  • Quintaphobia: fear of the number five

 

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A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

  • Radiophobia: fear of radioactivity and X-rays
  • Ranidaphobia: fear and frogs
  • Rectophobia: fear of rectum or rectal diseases
  • Rhabdophobia: fear of being severely metaphysically punished
  • Rhypophobia: fear of defecation
  • Rhytiphobia: fear of getting wrinkles
  • Rupophobia: fear of dirt.
  • Russophobia: fear of Russians

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A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

  • Samhainophobia: fear of Halloween
  • Sarmassophobia: fear of love play. (Malaxophobia)
  • Satanophobia: fear of Satan
  • Scabiophobia: fear of scabies
  • Scatophobia: fear of fecal matter
  • Scelerophibia: fear of bad men, burglars
  • Sciophobia Sciaphobia: fear of shadows
  • Scoleciphobia: fear of worms
  • Scolionophobia: fear of school
  • Scopophobia: fear of being looked at and stared at
  • Scotomaphobia: fear of blindness in visual field
  • Scotophobia: fear of darkness. (Achluophobia)
  • Scriptophobia: fear of writing in public
  • Selachophobia: fear of sharks
  • Selaphobia: fear of light flashes
  • Selenophobia: fear of the moon
  • Seplophobia: fear of decaying matter
  • Sesquipedalophobia: fear of long words
  • Sexophobia: fear of sexual organs and sexual activities
  • Shiaphobia: fear of Shiites
  • Siderodromophobia: fear of trains and railroads
  • Siderophobia: fear of stars
  • Sinistrophobia: fear of things to the left and left-handed
  • Sinophobia: fear of Chinese, Chinese culture
  • Sitophobia - Sitiophobia: fear of food or eating. (Cibophobia)
  • Snakephobia: fear of snakes. (Ophidiophobia)
  • Soceraphobia: fear of parents-in-law
  • Social Phobia: fear of being evaluated negatively in social situations
  • Sociophobia: fear of people and social situations
  • Spectrophobia: fear of mirrors
  • Somniphobia: fear of sleep
  • Sophophobia: fear of learning
  • Soteriophobia: fear of dependence on others
  • Spacephobia: fear of outer space
  • Spectrophobia: fear of specters or ghosts
  • Spermatophobia - Spermophobia: fear of germs
  • Spheksophobia: fear of wasps
  • Stasibasiphobia - Stasiphobia: fear of standing and walking. (Ambulophobia)
  • Staurophobia: fear of crosses or the crucifix
  • Stenophobia: fear of narrow things or places
  • Stygiophobia or Stigiophobia: fear of hell
  • Sunniphobia: fear of Sunnis
  • Superhydrophobe: fear of materials that have difficulty getting wet
  • Suriphobia: fear of mice
  • Symbolophobia: fear of symbolism
  • Symmetrophobia: fear of symmetry
  • Syngenesophobia: fear of relatives
  • Syphilophobia: fear of syphilis

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A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

  • Tachophobia: fear of speed
  • Taeniophobia - Teniophobia: fear of tapeworms
  • Taphophobia - Taphephobia: fear of the grave, of being buried alive
  • Tapinophobia: fear of being contagious
  • Taurophobia: fear of bulls
  • Technophobia: fear of advanced technology
  • Teleophobia: fear of definite plans or religious ceremony
  • Telephone phobia: fear of making or taking telephone calls
  • Teratophobia: fear of disfigured people
  • Testophobia: fear of taking tests
  • Tetanophobia: fear of lockjaw, tetanus
  • Tetraphobia: fear of the number 4
  • Teutophobia: fear of German and German things
  • Textophobia: fear of certain fabrics
  • Thaasophobia: fear of sitting
  • Thalassophobia: fear of the sea and being in the ocean
  • Thanatophobia: fear of dying
  • Theatrophobia: fear of theatres
  • Theologicophobia: fear of theology
  • Theophobia: fear of gods and religion
  • Thermophobia: fear of high temperatures
  • Tokophobia: fear of pregnancy and childbirth
  • Tomophobia: fear of surgical operations
  • Tonitrophobia: fear of thunder
  • Topophobia: fear of certain places or situations, such as stage fright
  • Toxiphobia: fear of being poisoned
  • Transphobia: fear of transgender people
  • Traumatophobia: fear of having an injury
  • Tremophobia: fear of trembling
  • Trichinophobia: fear of trichinosis
  • Trichophobia: fear of something in the roots of the hair that stops it from growing, and fear of hair loss
  • Triskaidekaphobia - Terdekaphobia: fear of the number 13
  • Tropophobia: fear of moving or making changes
  • Trypanophobia - Belonephobia - Enetophobia: fear of needles and injections
  • Trypophobia: fear of holes and textures with patterns of holes
  • Tuberculophobia: fear of tuberculosis
  • Turcophobia: fear of Turks
  • Tyrannophobia: fear of tyrants

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A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

  • Uranophobia or Ouranophobia: fear of heaven
  • Urophobia: fear of urine or urinating

 

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A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

  • Vaccinophobia: fear of vaccination
  • Venustraphobia: fear of beautiful women
  • Verbophobia: fear of words
  • Verminophobia: fear of germs
  • Vestiphobia: fear of clothing
  • Virginitiphobia: fear of rape
  • Vitricophobia: fear of step-father

 

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A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

  • Walloonphobia: fear of the Walloons
  • Wiccaphobia: fear of witches and witchcraft
  • Workplace phobia: fear of the workplace

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A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

  • Xanthophobia: fear of the colour yellow
  • Xenoglossophobia: fear of foreign languages
  • Xenophobia: fear of strangers, foreigners and aliens
  • Xerophobia: fear of dryness
  • Xylophobia: fear of wooden objects and forests
  • Xyrophobia: fear of razors

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A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

  • Zelophobia: fear of jealousy
  • Zeusophobia: fear of God or gods
  • Zemmiphobia: fear of the great mole rat
  • Zoophobia: fear of animals

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