Blog: November 2010
Hypnosis is about suggestion. If you decide to give up puddings, that decision is reinforced by suggestions that you no longer wish to eat puddings. read moreAdded on 22.11.2010
What are your outside of mealtimes eating habits? Recognising them will help you give them up so you can manage your weight. Hypnosis will help too. read moreAdded on 20.11.2010
Think of fizzy pop as liquid sweeties. Irn-Bru contains over 140 calories in an 330ml can. That is more than 9 teaspoons of sugar. read moreAdded on 18.11.2010
People on diets are more sensitive to food cues
Well, I think that most of us know this. When we are on diets, we are actively restraining ourselves from eating. Research has shown that this leads to attentional bias towards food cues. That is, we are more alert to things that make us think of eating, such as advertisements, cakes on display in a shop, the smell of cooking. And the more we think about food, the more likely we are to overeat. If in addition, you are someone who already has a tendency to want to eat when you see food, then this attentional bias is increased. One more reason why diets fail.
Hypnotherapy can help you to think less about food instead of obsessing, and to develop healthier eating habits.Added on 17.11.2010