Facts About Weight Loss and Hypnosis
Among the top New Year’s resolutions are weight loss; exercise and wanting to stop smoking.
The following shows how many of these resolutions are maintained as time goes on: – past the first week: 75% – past 2 weeks: 71% – after one month: 64% – after 6 months: 46%.
However hypnosis can be used to help and increase the staying power of these resolutions, helping to transform these hopes into reality. “I have used hypnosis successfully over the last 20 years to help my clients achieve significant weight loss as well as a whole host of other issues.” states Richard Barker. He has a success rate that seems to blow the traditional methods out the water. Barker continues, “With hypnotic intervention, the brain can be “reprogrammed” to avert certain habitual behaviors which are responsible for you grabbing that extra doughnut or having that second or third cigarette.”
Many may scoff at the use of a seemingly controversial method to such monumental addictions as over eating and the need for a nicotine fix, but the proof is in the statistics. “Many people who have tried to quit smoking or over-eating on their own and have failed multiple times begin to feel defeated and hopeless. I offer them an alternative way for them to fulfill their resolutions, for good.”
Hypnosis can help change the behaviors that lead to weight gain and help you lose the weight that you desire. Hypnosis is a connection and interaction of the mind and the body that assists you in the mission to lose weight. Retraining our mind to act in a certain way is the scientific premise behind hypnosis and can be achieved with hypnosis.
Hypnosis is an altered state of consciousness, usually achieved with the help of a hypnotherapist using verbal repetition and mental images. When you’re under hypnosis, your attention is highly focused and you’re more responsive to suggestions, including behavior changes that can help you lose weight.