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One Response to Submit your hypnosis articles!

  1. Robert Charles Griffin Jr February 13, 2015 at 10:56 am #

    There are so many weight management programs out there, that it
    is really hard to know where to start. The main thing I know, is that it
    is more than just about what you eat? it is also about our behaviors
    and health overall, as well. As stated at http://win.niddk.nih.gov/,
    “(s)uccessful, long ­term weight control must focus on your overall
    health, not just on what you eat. Changing your lifestyle is not easy,
    but adopting healthy habits may help you manage your weight in the
    long run.”
    This is where I believe hypnotherapy can play a major role in a
    client’s weight management goal. By tapping into the subconscious
    and helping them get rid of the thoughts and feelings that they may
    harbor inside, that can keep them from the long lasting results they
    desire. In this way, most of the other forms of weight loss, diet plans
    and physical activity are actually targeting a totally different part of
    the permanent weight loss equation.
    Sure “diets”, or better yet…eating better overall, should be part of
    a client’s weight control plan. I think that eating right is essential,
    because that what we put into our bodies, is what we will get from it.
    If the food we eat is bad (i.e. C.R.A.P.) then we can pretty much know
    this is not going to help a client be healthy? hypnotherapy with a bad
    diet, is definitely not going to be good I know. So yes, clients do
    need to be fully aware of this fact.
    I also know that physical activities can play a major role in weight
    management for clients. I think that they will need to that this will
    need to probably be another component of their long term weightloss goals as well? again, hypnotherapy without any physical
    activities at all, will not work well either. I think that there has to be a
    combination of things that happen to get the best results and I think
    hypnotherapy can only be one part of it? one without the others is
    not going to work at all.
    In summation, I think that a successful weight loss plan can be
    achieved for the long run in a person’s life. However, the client has
    to know that it will have to be a totally lifestyle change many times
    and it will take a lot more than just hypnotherapy, or diet, or
    exercise, or self­esteem…it will take a combination of them all in
    concert together. And with time and patience, I am sure that
    hypnotherapy sessions can be a major part of their weight control
    plans.

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