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How to Lose Weight in a Healthy Way with Hypnosis


More and more people are turning to hypnosis or hypnotherapy for help with weight loss. Most people who seek the help of a hypnotherapist will have already tried numerous diets or slimming programs with little in the way of lasting results.

Many traditional weight loss programmes leave us feeling frustrated and deprived. Noticeable results are sometimes a longtime coming and in the meantime life seems to be governed by our latest "diet". Our lack of motivation means that with no immediate benefits to show for all our hard work we tend to just give up - until the next time!

Using hypnosis to aid weight loss, you will feel healthier, more energetic and happier from day one. You will find it easy to be in control of your food intake and exercise routine and you will feel proud of your healthier lifestyle. "Dieting" has never been this good!

In just one session, lasting no more than 2 hours, you will learn to take control and enjoy a healthier, happier life.

Hypnosis is a perfectly natural phenomenon that occurs in both man and in animals and is as much a part of our everyday functioning as seeing and hearing.

There is nothing magical about hypnosis and contrary to popular belief it is not a state of sleep. It is better described as a state of heightened awareness and concentration at one with a feeling of calm and lethargic relaxation.

There are no adverse side effects from hypnosis and it is inconceivable that anyone could come to any harm as a result of it. It is totally safe, natural and non-addictive.

Hypnotherapists use the power of suggestion to induce the hypnotic state in a client and then work with the client's altered state of awareness to bring about a therapeutic end. This would usually be to help someone to stop doing something that they do not want to do or to start doing something that they would like to be able to do.

Hypnosis itself, therefore, is not an end result but used wisely is a powerful, natural tool in the aid of therapy.

Fiona Turner, Dip.Hyp. MIAH
http://www.headhighhypnotherapy.co.uk


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