If you’ve tried almost everything and can not lose weight, you’re likely to resort to alternative methods like hypnosis. At first glance, it looks a great idea – you lose weight without starving, sitting in a chair. But does it really work?
Scientifically this methodology has not been proven. There are some studies that claim that hypnosis can help you lose weight and, in particular, change some of your habits. According to a study published in the International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis, hypnosis has helped women change their eating habits and lose weight.
In this connection, British scientists have established a link between hypnotherapy and the release of peptides that control the feeling of satiety.
How does all this work?
If you expect standard hypnosis to put you in a state of sleep, you may be disappointed. For starters, the hypnosis specialist focuses on establishing your ultimate goal and type of body and setting it in that direction. Then you go to the essence of the process where he tries to balance the voice in your head.
What is this voice?
This is the “voice” that keeps you away from dangerous decisions and helps you take good ones. As a result, you can train your brain not to impulse and eat more limited and healthy. You may still get hunger, but you will not just act on them.