Hypnotherapy and Losing Weight
Weight Loss Hypnosis in Essex
If you want to lose weight then hypnosis could help you with your weight
loss without the need for surgery or medication. Hypnotherapy could help
to let go of all the bad habits that stopped you losing weight
before and to move forward by developing new habits and new beliefs.
There are lots of lifestyle changes you need to think about and incorporate
when you want to lose weight, such as including healthy foods in your diet
and taking more exercise. For a lot of us that is a massive change from our
current way of life and one which is often easier said than done - knowing
that you need to change and actually doing it are two entirely different
Hypnotherapy for weight loss
help you to improve your motivation and apply new, more positive behaviour
patterns to your food and exercise regime, helping you slim down and tone up.
If you really want to be able to control your weight, improve your health, your appearance or just to
feel better about yourself
in general – then
“Overweight…? OK. Yes maybe. But I’m not obese!”
you’re not but according to statistics the UK is currently (2011) the
'fattest' country in Europe. Over the next 20 years the amount of obese
adults is forecast to rise by 73% from 15 million to 26 million people,
producing more than a million extra cases of type 2 diabetes, heart disease
And the thing is obesity is also no longer a condition that just affects
people when they are older, more and more young people are being diagnosed
with obesity. It is estimated that around 1 in every 5 adults in the UK is
overweight, and around one in every 15 is obese. But is doesn’t have to be
that way for you… you can change
and hypnotherapy could help you!
But there’s always something else to sort out first isn’t there? Never the
“right time”? But think about it, there will always be something else going
on in your life & there will never be an absolutely ideal time….. so just do
it! Contact me today
to schedule your free
weight loss hypnotherapy consultation
in Basildon, Essex. The sooner you
do that then the sooner you can make a start on your healthier new
lifestyle! Don't be a weight watcher - make a change TODAY!
Food and emotions are closely intertwined with so many people - we often
rely on comfort food if they feel bored, down, stressed, lonely or trying to
cope with any number of negative emotional concerns. Hypnotherapy could help
you address these destructive emotions.
Events in your everyday life can often trigger negative feelings that lead
to conscious, or subconscious, comfort eating which can then disrupt your
weight-loss endeavours. Relationship problems, issues at work, even just
being a bit tired can have you reaching for the biscuit tin; eventually you
may even condition yourself to such a degree that you find yourself
unconsciously reaching for crisps or chocolate when you are stressed or
upset, without even thinking about what you are doing, enjoying what you are
eating or even wanting it. Hypnotherapy could help you work out, and deal
with, the motivations behind your cravings and help you restructure negative
Food can never help you to get rid of any emotional stress, in fact the more
your emotions cause you to over-eat, the worse you will feel; beating
yourself up or feeling guilty about being overweight, so you feel bad about
yourself and turn to food for comfort again.
Weight control hypnosis
you could help you deal with this unhealthy cycle.
Hypnotherapy – Medical Agreement
Hypnotherapy is a complementary therapy not an alternative therapy and not
an alternative to mainstream medical advice.
If you are categorised as obese or have a BMI (body mass index) of 30 or
over then you should always speak to your doctor before embarking on any
weight loss course & have written permission from them to proceed with
complementary hypnotherapy to help with weight loss. If you want to lose
body fat you will also need to regulate your diet and exercise regime under
the supervision of a healthcare professional.
UK fat alert: 26 million will be obese by 2030
- Jeremy Laurance,
published August 26, 2011