My husband clears his lungs a lot, and it's really loud and annoying.?

My husband clears his lungs a lot, and it's really loud and annoying.? Topic: Australia research credit
June 17, 2019 / By Abbye
Question: He has been to our family Dr. and also to specialists, and they claim he's healthy. I'm getting so I can't stand to be around him without earplugs handy. I was wondering if maybe hypnosis might help me to tolerate it. My life is miserable. Any suggestions would help. Thanks
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Stephanas Stephanas | 8 days ago
Hi There... My name is David and I live in Melbourne, Australia and I hope I can help you have a very "Merry Christmas", despite your Husband's "annoying noises"! I trained in Hypnosis many years ago and INDEED it can be very useful in helping one overcome a myriad of everyday problems! Most recently I have been researching Hypnosis websites that provide very, very reasonably priced MP3 (audio) downloads covering hundreds of "issues" that trouble people. I can vouch that these audio files (MP3 format, which play on any computer, or IPod and can even be easily burnt to a CD) are of an very high quality. There is a SPECIFIC audio file download (very simple to access...pay with credit card...paypal..etc.) that has been designed to help people to learn to almost ignore those annoying sounds and it only costs $12-95 U.S. and comes with a 100% 90-day money back guarantee! All in all...you simply cannot lose! You can find it via this link: http://www.hypnosisdownloads.com/clinical-hypnotherapy/noise-sensitivity?4677 If you wish to browse the MANY other Hypnosis audios available (and there are stacks of them!) just follow THIS link: http://www.hypnosisdownloads.com/?4677 Good luck with it and "slap" your husband for me! :-) CHEERS!
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