Hypnotherapy can help you
‘Thank you so much for your help in getting me to stop binge eating. Now I no longer find myself snacking from the fridge…’
- How much better will you feel
- When you overcome binge eating disorder
- When you just stop binge eating
- And eat healthily, easily.
- There is a cure for binge eating
- Hypnosis and NLP can really help.
Binge eating disorder is a pattern of behaviour that affects many people. Whatever the reasons for the existence of this pattern it is possible to help you make changes in the way that you eat by using hypnotherapy and NLP so that you simply stop eating too much food.
It often seems that it is simply beyond control, but you can learn to stop binge eating for good.
Very often, these binge eating disorder behaviour’s seem to be literally just beyond the conscious control of an individual. We work on multiple levels to help you to re-establish more appropriate eating behaviour. This isn’t counseling, or advice, just practical proven NLP and hypnotherapy to retrain your thinking and your behaviour, to easily stop you losing control.
Gain that control
Consciously, we show you HOW to take control of the ‘automated’ thoughts as they arrive in your mind, By doing this you can learn to change these thoughts which in turn have tended to create feelings of desire for food. Then, with hypnosis, we work to help you to re pattern the behaviour at an unconscious level, so that the desire for binge eating simply fades away.
Get advice on nutrition if necessary
We always think it is a good idea for our clients with ‘issues’ around food, whether with binge eating or not, to get professional advice from a qualified nutritionist. This can be arranged either privately or via your GP.
Many people do find their experience of learning to stop their binge eating disorder and control their consumption of food (and feeling comfortable within themselves as they do so) a liberating experience.
How many sessions will it take to stop my binge eating disorder?
By using this combination of hypnotherapy and NLP, we find that, on average, we need to see clients for 2 – 3 hour-long sessions.