Weight Loss and Control Hypnosis
Hypnosis for weight loss - the easy, diet free way to lose weight for good
Has dieting not worked or made you miserable? Or perhaps you need to cut down on a specific food (eg. chocolate) or drink (eg. alcohol). Supercharge your motivation and results with Hynotherapy and NLP.
Unfortunately many diets fail, as although you may consciously want to stop eating unhealthily, your conscious mind has different idea - have you ever heard yourself say: "I just couldn't resist it!" or "It was calling to me from the cupboard!"
I have completed Advanced Weight Control Diploma and have a number of effective techniques (Hypnotherapy and NLP) which can help you by:
(Note there is no mention of a diet!)
Want to cut out a particular food or drink or on a restricted diet?
Hypnotherapy and NLP can also help those whose diet is resricted (e.g. due to a medical condition such as diabetes, or IBS) to stick to a diet, can help increase your desire for more healthy foods, and enable you to be free of cravings for particular foods, helping you to cut down or banish certain foods or drinks (eg. chocolate 'addiction', reduce alcohol consumption).
how many sessions will it take?
This will obviously vary according to how much weight you want to lose, your motivation and many other factors.
Generally, I suggest about 4-6 sessions: 3 or 4 sessions each a week or two apart, followed by a session after 3 or 4 weeks, and then another a few months later if required. However, some individuals just need a couple of sessions to increase their motivation and get them started with new healthier habits.
If you are looking for help with a more specific area e.g. chocolate addiction, then you would generally need less sessions (usually only one or two). Please feel free to call or email me to discuss your specific requirements.
hypnosis increases weight loss by 97%
Research shows Hypnosis increases weight loss by an average of 97%. (Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 1996). Hypnosis also increases the amount of weight lost. (Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 1986).
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