Gastric Band Hypnosis in Brighouse within easy reach of Huddersfield, Halifax, Leeds and Bradford

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Weight Loss Hypnotherapy

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Change your eating habits and feel happier

The principle of the therapy is that the client is convinced at a subconscious level that a gastric band operation has been performed. The subconscious therefore believes that there has been a major reduction in the stomach capacity and the body therefore responds differently to hunger and the amount of food that can be eaten, as well as a reduction in the quantity of food that can be eaten, a change in the type of food takes place with the individual far happier eating lighter foods rather heavier meals.

Gastric Band HypnosisYour Hypnosis gastric band consists of x 3 sessions

Gastric Band Hypno – session 1:

Clearing any past psychological and emotional reasons for overeating in the first place also, I will ease you into hypnosis so that your powerful unconscious mind will start accepting suggestions regards eating and any other suggestions personalise for you individual requirements .

Gastric Band Hypno- session 2:

Your second week will be your Gastric Band surgery you will have started making the positive changes now to your eating habits and benefit from the changes to your eating and getting excited about speeding up your weight loss

Gastric band Hypno- session 3:

Further Hypnosis and NLP to strengthening your new healthy eating, will power and Confidence, checking everything is progressing as expected

The cost of Gastric Band Hypnosis is £300 for x3 sessions

The therapy itself simulates the actual gastric band surgery as if in a real operating theatre.
The advantages of Gastric band hypnosis over traditional surgery are:

  1. Surgical risks are eliminated
  2. There is no pain involved
  3. The costs are a fraction of the cost of those for traditional surgery (as much as £10,000)

FAQ questions on Gastric Band Hypnosis

Are there any side effects?
No there are no side effects associated with the procedure
Is it safe?
Yes the hypnosis Gastric band is safe
Will I be under the hypnotherapist control?
No you can’t you be made to do anything you don’t want to do
Am I suitable for Gastric band hypnosis?
If you are over- weight and really want and are committed to losing weight then you should be suitable. The only exception is if you are taking certain medications or there is a physiological reason for your weight problems
Will it work for me?
The key to success is YOU! No weight loss system will work if you are not committed to losing weight you must be prepared to change your eating habits and life style. If you are totally serious about losing weight then it will certainly work for you.
So how do I start?
Contact me by email or telephone for your free consultation with no obligation
celia@celiacanchangeyou.com or 07983204180 or 01484 711574
Is it guaranteed?
Like any medical or therapy procedure there can be no definite guarantees. Even a surgeon cannot guarantee that an actual Gastric band will work. However, the virtual Gastric band has been proven to be effective in aiding significant weight loss. It should be noted that it is you that holds the key to losing weight. The mind is a very powerful instrument and by using hypnosis Gastric band system you will have the tools and the power to change your eating habits. The only way to lose weight is to eat less! Gastric band hypnosis helps you to change your behaviour and life- style which in turn provides you with the ability to lose weight and to stay that way!
Studies of effectiveness of Hypnosis as an aid to weight loss

Study One:
Bolocofsky, David N.; Spinler, Dwayne; Coulthard-Morris, Linda (1985). Effectiveness of hypnosis as an adjunct to behavioral weight management. Journal of Clinical Psychology, 41 (1), 35-41.

The first study, published in the Journal of Clinical Psychology, divided 109 people into two groups for a 9 week study. The first group were treated with changes in diet and exercise habits (the only way to lose weight) without the addition of hypnosis. The second group was given the same diet and exercise treatment and was also given hypnosis for reinforcement.

After 9 weeks, not surprisingly, both groups lost weight due to the changes in diet and exercise while under supervision.

What happened after the 8 month and 2-year follow-ups might surprise you. The group that did not have hypnosis did not lose anymore weight and in fact most gained most of their weight back.

The hypnosis group, however, continued to lose weight during both intervals and the studies showed that far more people in the hypnosis group met their long term weight loss goals.

The take home is that the hypnosis group continued the eating and exercise habits learned in the experiment while the non hypnosis group did not.

There is no magic pill for weight loss and you simply have to follow a healthy eating and exercise plan – from this study it is clear that hypnosis supports diet and exercise adherence.

Study Two:
Cochrane, Gordon; Friesen, J. (1986). Hypnotherapy in weight loss treatment. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 54, 489-492.

The next study, published in the Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, investigated the effects of hypnosis in weight loss for 60 females at least 20% overweight and not involved in other treatment. The researchers interviewed each participant this time about their family background, educational background, and their belief as to their hypnotizability.

The group was split into hypnosis and non hypnosis groups with both groups being given weight loss behavioral treatments and counseling. The results were very interesting. The group using hypnosis lost an average of 17 pounds at the 6 month follow up. The group that did not receive hypnosis only lost a half of a pound. They also found that “hypnotizability” and social and educational backgrounds had nothing to do with the results.

Study Three:
Kirsch, Irving (1996). Hypnotic enhancement of cognitive-behavioral weight loss treatments–Another meta-reanalysis. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 64 (3), 517-519.

In this meta-analysis, (which is when researchers look across multiple studies), the results of the two studies I just mentioned and other studies were confirmed.

In the studies of hypnosis versus no hypnosis the average short term weight loss was 6 pounds for those not using hypnosis and 11.83 pounds with hypnosis.
Even more importantly, over the long term the average weight loss with the group that received hypnosis the weight stayed off.