WEIGHT CONTROL

Change your relationship with food

When it comes to losing weight, most people already know about the usual methods: doctors, nutritionists and dietitians, personal trainers. But there may be one you haven’t quite thought of yet: a hypnotherapist.

Most diets are great to help you loose weight however most of them fail once the target weight has been met.

Why is this you may ask? Well the short answer is a diet is not all about the food we eat or don’t eat, it’s the way we eat and why we eat.

Changing our relationship with food is exactly that, have you ever thought about your mental state when you open the cupboard or fridge to snack? What emotions are you feeling just before you eat? If we don’t deal with these emotions then our dieting will always be a problem to us.

How can hypnotherapy help?

Using a combination of hypnotherapy and NLP (Neuro-linguistic programming) together we can deal with your emotions and get them under your control. Some people comfort eat but after they have done this they feel very UN-comfortable and so we need to change what we do when this emotion takes over us. Other people eat when they are stressed or anxious and so hypnotherapy is a wonderful relaxing way to help you change your relationship with food. Not only do we deal with eating but also reducing your stress, anxiety and other day to day emotions. By doing this your general well-being will greatly improve.

Is it safe?

Like any diet or exercise plan you should always consult your doctor if you have any concerns. Hypnotherapy and NLP is perfectly safe. It’s not about someone else controlling your mind and making you do funny things while you’re unconscious. Mind control and losing control, aka doing something against your will are the biggest misconceptions about hypnosis. You are always in control of the whole process and the hypnotherapist simply guides you.

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Although weight alone is a fair indicator as to whether a person is overweight, the most widely used clinical indicator is the BMI (body mass indicator). This describes body weight relative to height and is strongly correlated with how much body mass (inlcuding fat) a person has. You can use the BMI calculator below to see where you are on the scale right now.

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