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Weight Control - controlling your weight without being on a diet!

Do you now have a #lockdownbody?

Have you managed to acquire #quarantine 15 (the average poundage taken on during lockdown?)

Or have you always struggled with weight throughout your life, particularly as middle age approaches?


I have no doubt that you will have tried every diet out there, every passing fad and each celebrity endorsed product.


Only to find that none of them work.


Everyone knows the detrimental affects of excess weight. It hits in so many places:-

-health

-relationships

- confidence

- mental well-being

- identity







To achieve real long term freedom from excess wight requires CHANGE.


The use of hypnosis over a four week consultation program can change your mindset, habits and behaviours around food that have been acquired over a lifetime.


The foundations can be pit into place that will alter and transform the way you think about food for good!

AND WITHOUT DIETING.


Whether your weight gain is new to you, or whether you have battled weight most of your life, hypnosis can change:

- how you think about food, your mindset and behaviour towards it

- your habits and portions

- your choice of food

- your motivation to exercise


Hypnosis will give you a foundation for a life changing new relationship with food that will

enable you to become the person you want to be.


And now you don't need to do it alone.


Five strategies to get you started on your weight control journey - these strategies are far more effective when used in conjunction with the four week hypnosis program.

  1. Eat three meals a day - avoid snacking - this helps you to stop thinking about food.

  2. Eat mindfully - instead of eating on the go, watching TV or looking at your phone - focus on your meal this enables you to be more conscious of what you're eating.

  3. Recognise when you are full - eat slower so that you actually notice when you are full, instead of eating past this point before it's had time to register when you are full.

  4. Drink water - we often confuse thirst for hunger when drinking a glass of water not only helps keep us hydrated but can also act as an appetite suppressant too.

  5. Be active for 30 minutes a day - this can be done in blocks to start with but not only helps to reduce your weight but releases feel good hormones giving you that feel good factor. (seek medical advice before increasing exercise)



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