Hypnosis can not only help you lose weight,1 it can do it in several different ways at once. Your weight loss might come from increased motivation to do the right thing, reduced appetite, a shift in your tastes that makes nutritious foods more attractive and empty calories less attractive, and changes that allow you to stop using food for comfort or distraction, so you won’t want to eat unless you’re physically hungry.
Because, for many people, overeating isn’t really about being physically hungry, it’s an unconscious habit that masquerades as hunger. Maybe you eat for comfort, maybe you eat for distraction, maybe it’s just a habit that no longer serves any particular purpose. And since hypnosis communicates directly with the unconscious mind, it can redirect your unconscious habits in a way that satisfy you on every level, and that means that cravings are no longer on the menu. Instead of being torture, losing weight is rewarding, the way you deserve it to be.
“Will hypnotic weight loss work with my diet?”
Using hypnosis for weight loss doesn’t require any particular kind of diet or exercise program. Instead, hypnosis reinforces your healthy impulses and diminishes your unhealthy ones, making it easy to stick to any sensible diet, including the one you’re on now, or the one you want to be on.
“How long does it take?”
Unlike some weight-loss programs, hypnosis is a brief therapy, lasting only a few weeks. And if you need a tune-up, coming back for a refresher is usually only a session or two.
“Do you offer a guarantee?”
I offer a money-back guarantee if you’re dissatisfied with my services, but I can’t guarantee specific results.
“Tell me a little more about hypnosis”
“I’m ready to start losing weight!”
Since you’re ready to start losing weight now, and keep it off, go ahead and schedule your first appointment online, right now.
- For example, see “Hypnotic enhancement of cognitive-behavioral weight loss treatments—Another meta-reanalysis.” Kirsch, Irving. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, Vol 64(3), Jun 1996, 517-519. http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/0022-006X.64.3.517. The abstract reads: “In a 3rd meta-analysis of the effect of adding hypnosis to cognitive-behavioral treatments for weight reduction, additional data were obtained from authors of 2 studies, and computational inaccuracies in both previous meta-analyses were corrected. Averaged across posttreatment and follow-up assessment periods, the mean weight loss was 6.00 lbs. (2.72 kg) without hypnosis and 11.83 lbs. (5.37 kg) with hypnosis. The mean effect size of this difference was 0.66 SD . At the last assessment period, the mean weight loss was 6.03 lbs. (2.74 kg) without hypnosis and 14.88 lbs. (6.75 kg) with hypnosis. The effect size for this difference was 0.98 SD. Correlational analyses indicated that the benefits of hypnosis increased substantially over time ( r = .74 ) .”