weight management

Many clients use self hypnosis to overcome weight issues and find them extremely valuable. There are instances when sound files such as these are more effective than one-on-one therapies as some people find it hard to work directly with a therapist. They simply respond better to an audio file. Others simply cannot discuss the issues they struggle with, and so have few alternatives but to manage their situation alone. These therapies are constructed specifically to help manage situations and provide relief. Simply play them on your MP3 player or Ipod when you are ready to go to bed.

Here is some feedback from a client about how hypnosis helped her with her challenges with food.

"It was amazing! I didn't have the overwhelming urges to eat anymore and I felt so relieved and empowered. It is still unbelievable to me, after all the time and money I have spent on diet after diet, that all it really took was a few sessions with you and I'm a changed woman. I know I will still have challenges, but facing those challenges now isn't as scary as it was 3 weeks ago. "

We have several recommendations to go along with this, as we regularly work with clients on a one-on-one basis concerning weight:

Firstly, keep in mind that a weight management program that does not include exercise is a waste of time. You will need to think in terms of some level of exercise - even if it is only 5% more than you are doing today if you are serious about losing weight.

Secondly, think healthily about weight. We are painfully aware of the terrible affliction of anorexia and bulimia as we work with some clients who suffer terribly from these conditions. Please keep your ideas of what is acceptable in terms of weight loss realistic. Up to one in ten women experience an eating disorder during their early adult lives. If you find you are in this group, please don't be ashamed - address the issue.

Thirdly, keep in mind there is an emotional component to weight loss that is often overlooked. You need to work on self esteem and confidence as much as diet. Understanding a little about 'who you are' is a good place to start. Rob always recommends Dale Carnegie’s book, 'Stop Worrying And Start Living' for clients as a good place to start in their quest for a more comfortable emotional foundation.

Fourth, keep in mind the effects of alcohol on weight. It's going to have an impact if you drink regularly, whether you like it or not.

Finally - there are no miracle cures. If you lose weight at a rate of more than four pounds a week, the chances are it's going straight back on as soon as you are off your diet. A healthy rate is three pounds a week - with moderation applied in all that you do and eat.

With these points in mind, take your weight under control. You’ll still have to do some work, but this sound file will make it easier to avoid cravings and get the motivation you need to get the body you’ve dreamed of having.

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