Most diets or healthy eating plans require willpower to stick to, but hypnosis allows you to change without effort. It is the craving system that reminds us when to eat, and if there is a range of foods available, we get an impulse to choose this or that. Notice how that impulse often seems at odds with the new healthy eating regime? That's because the new regime was a conscious intention but no-one told the Subconscious mind, which sends the impulses (or 'desires') that drive our actual behaviour.
During the hypnotherapy session I can explain the new healthy eating options to your Subconscious mind, which will then change what you feel like eating! Here's a review of the results of such a session I received from Jane by email this very morning:
From visiting you on 24th Feb, I feel great, full of energy and I believe it has so much to do with not putting all that rubbish into my body. I haven’t at all been tempted by sweets, crisps, chocolate, cake, fizzy drinks. I have come across these items many times over the past 4 weeks but have just turned away from them. I have to say best money I have ever spent and I have done nothing but sing your praises hence my Sister and my best friend will be visiting you on Saturday. Hope you are keeping well.
Yes, two more people coming along this weekend already on the strength of that, and really, why wouldn't you? Who wants to fight battles with themselves when it is not necessary at all? We can also eliminate comfort eating or snacking at the same time, and deal with any emotional triggers that cause overeating. more about this
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Office: 0161-474 8120 (Office Hours) Mobile: 07748 838 644 (any time, including evenings & weekends)
Consultant Hypnotherapist Chris Holmes BA(Hons) HPD DipCAH MNCH is a Senior Registered Hypnotherapy Practitioner (General Hypnotherapy Register) and has been providing effective and confidential hypnosis and hypnotherapy services at Central Hypnotherapy for Stockport, Manchester, Tameside and Cheshire since August 2000.