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Hypnotherapy for sugar addiction

Posted: Thursday, May 20, 2021

"Hello, I had a session with you a good few years ago, about sugar and weight loss... I walked out thinking: 'Nope, didn't work!  Aah well...'  I got home, put the kettle on, made a brew with 2 sugars and spat it out!  To this day, I can't have sugar in my tea, and if someone does it by accident I physically can't drink it.

"So now I have a friend who has just posted about not smoking for the last 4 weeks thanks to you... I also suffer with social anxiety.  So wondering if you could do anything for that?"  Abigail, 20/5/21


I certainly can Abigail, just as easily as I helped your friend quit smoking, and helped you to stop eating sugar and lose weight!

Lots of people think they're addicted to sugar, but it's not really an addiction, it's a compulsive habit.  If you have a sweet tooth you might be asking yourself:   "How do I cut down?  What's the easiest way, the best way to stop eating sweets or sweet things?"

Answer:  HYPNOTHERAPY.  The Subconscious mind doesn't only control your eating and drinking behaviour, it governs your 'likes' and 'dislikes' too.  And it can change them, on request.  So in a Weight Loss Session, for example, I can ask the Subconscious mind of the client to change their 'liking' for gummy sweets - for example - to a 'disliking'... and the old habit vanishes!  Or, switches to a new 'liking' for something healthier, whatever you prefer.  No willpower required!   more about this

So if you would like to change your eating habits without any need to fight willpower battles with yourself, why not give me (Chris) a call on 0161 474 8120 (Office Hours), or call/text any time, any day on 07748 838 644.  It's easy!


Consultant Hypnotherapist Chris Holmes is Director of Central Hypnotherapy Stockport, South Manchester and has been helping the people of Stckport, Cheshire, Manchester and Tameside U.K. to ditch sugary things and lose weight since August 2000.     

Categories for this article

  • Eating & Weight Issues
  • Comfort Eating