Weight loss should always be about your mental and physical health. We often see adverts for pills, shakes and group classes, often trying all of them with varied success.
You may have gained weight due to injury or illness. Your weight may have crept up over a number of years and you may feel confused at what to do to make the changes you are desperate to make.
I rarely use the word diet as I find it creates negative thoughts and feelings towards food. Losing weight should always be about your mental health first. As you feel better from the inside you will lose weight, which in turn will help create a healthier, more vibrant version of yourself.
Hypnotherapy can help with gaining control over your weight. I can help you understand how food addictions can be treated with hypnosis. You will find ways to make small lifelong changes by us working together, talking about your current way of life and through coaching and hypnosis. I don’t weigh you and I don’t tell you what to eat. You have all the resources you need but you may not know what they are (yet).
I personally use self-hypnosis to encourage a healthier lifestyle for myself. In May 2016 I started running and I recently ran 10km which raised over £400 for Mind. I’m a big fan of spreadsheets and log my exercise, food and alcohol intake and talk positively to myself. I have no idea how much weight I have lost but I look a lot better, feel more energised and am ready to start training for a half marathon.
I look forward to helping you reach your goals, whatever they are.