Hair Loss Subliminal Recording
Lush, thick, shiny locks are celebrated throughout the world, and a full head of hair is traditionally associated with strength, youthfulness and vitality, so it’s no wonder people who are suffering from thinning hair usually feel unhappy and self-conscious about it. Neither gender is immune to thinning hair, though men usually bear the brunt of baldness.
Millions of people worldwide suffer from hair loss, often spending thousands of dollars to try and stop or reverse its effects. Hair loss is a factor of many things including gender, age and hormones, but there is little doubt that stress plays a contributing role. Particularly if you are experiencing extreme stress, it can really play havoc with your hormones which, among other things, can lead to hair loss. A poor functioning pituitary gland is also often to blame.
Because stress and the mind are so closely intertwined, it has been proven that using brainwave methods such as our subliminal audio recordings can stop hair loss at the root and can even promote new hair growth by working with the pituitary gland and soothing the mind, which in turn reduces anxiety.
This Stop Hair Loss MP3 subliminal audio recording is designed specifically to help you:
- Grow new hair
- Maintain a thick head of hair
- Have hair that is full and natural
- Have healthy hair
- Grow hair quickly and easily
- Improve self-esteem by preventing hair loss
Affirmations In This Recording
- My hair is growing
- My hair is strong and lush
- My hair is thick
- My hair is full and natural
- I have healthy hair
- My hair grows easily and quickly
- My hair always looks good and vibrant
About This Recording
- Professionally Approved Affirmations
- 30 Minutes Playing Time
- Delivered via Instant MP3 Download
- Various Music and Bells Background
The affirmations are played so softly they bypass the conscious mind and penetrate the subconscious. You will not hear them, but you may notice them.
Licensed Clinical Social Worker
All affirmations were approved and recorded by Christine Hogan, who holds an LCSW and Masters Degree in social work.