Now hypnosis is recognized as an effective
therapy for a growing number of medical and psychological
applications. Dozens of research programs on hypnosis
are carried out in universities and medical schools
in the United States , Canada , Europe , and Australia
. There are thousands of practitioners, clinically unlicensed,
who advertise their services as hypnotists.
Hypnosis is a state of mind characterized by an extreme
concentration of attention which facilitates the planting
of positive ideas into the thinking of an individual.
These ideas can pertain to the outcome desired by the
person. Hypnosis is done in different ways. Some use
fixing the gaze on a single spot, or candle flame. Sounds
or music have been used to induce hypnosis. The modern
method, preferred by many professionals, is the use
of descriptive imagery to bring about a powerful concentration
on the inner senses.
Hypnosis for Weight Loss
Hypnosis for weight loss should be considered
if you have tried several ways to lose
weight or to stop binge eating and end up feeling
deprived and anxious.
Hypnosis allegedly facilitates successful weight loss
without the usual cravings of dieting by directly accessing
and influencing the unconscious mind. Hypnosis can lead
to behavior modification to change the way participants
eat and exercise.
Hypnosis Empowers your Mind
Any diet is only as effective as the willingness
of the person dieting to stick with the diet's requirements.
Hypnosis can help participants control cravings - especially
for foods high in sugar or salt - slow down eating,
reduce portion sizes and create desires for healthy
foods. Hypnosis can also induce motivation to remain
on the diet to make it a success.
Hypnosis can also support the various diet plans popular
Hypnosis is different from other programs because it
works on your sub-conscious to help you achieve your
target. When the subconscious can be coaxed to reveal
the real reasons behind over-eating, real success soon