Hypnosis and Weightloss

Through weight loss hypnosis you’ll eat less of the foods that you are currently eating, and you will have an increased desire to move your body.*

When you don’t feel that “pressure” to keep eating beyond what might be normal or natural for you, you’ll find the pounds melt off and you’ll have an increased sense of energy and a general sense of well-being.


How Hypnosis Can Help

Hypnosis literally empowers you to take charge of the thoughts and beliefs that are unconsciously guiding your every action and behavior with respect to food, diet, exercise and weight loss.

By tapping into the power of your unconscious mind losing the extra pounds and maintaining your desired weight is not only possible, but inevitable…

Your Relationship with Food

Our weight loss programs are based on the simple fact that if you are carrying excess weight and have been struggling with losing it, riding the roller coaster diet, trying many approaches with some or no success, your relationship with food is to blame.

The truth is: your thoughts, perceptions, and emotions are making you fat! You have tried the diet programs, you know what to do. Somehow, you just don’t seem to be able to get yourself to follow what you know to do.

This time you want to succeed; this time you want it to last. When you work with your mind and your heart and change your relationship with food, everything else falls into place.

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Stress and Eating Habits

The Physical Stress Response During the initial waves of a stress attack, the adrenal medulla produces and releases the hormones adrenaline and noradrenaline. These hormones increase blood sugar levels, rapidly supply the brain and muscles with energy, accelerate the heartbeat, increase blood pressure – basically, your entire body enters a state of defensive readiness. During these initial waves of stress, the body may also experience a rise in libido. This often results in headaches for men. In order to calm the body from this first wave of stress, the hormone cortisol is released. Cortisol helps calm your nerves and prevents inflammation.

P1030326Chronic stress, however, means too much cortisol in the blood and this can have devastating consequences for your health. Imagine, for a moment, a room on fire. You call the fire department, they rush to the scene and extinguish the fire with tons of water. The fire is put out, but the water has destroyed everything in the room. Continue reading “Stress and Eating Habits”