How can you stop binge eating?
When it seems like you’re re-enacting a scene from Monty Python’s movie “The Meaning of Life” and just can’t stop forcing more and more food into yourself.
It’s a frustrating situation – you know you shouldn’t binge eat but forces seemingly greater than you keep you at it…
There could be one or more reasons why you resort to food and start craving things like chocolates, candy bars, ice cream and the like.
Maybe you’ve been on what seems like a starvation diet for too long.
Maybe you’re stressed out and need some comfort food to lift your spirits.
Whatever the reason, you know deep down that binge eating isn’t the most sensible thing that you do in your life.
But you can’t stop yourself.
Which actually makes sense. Our bodies have been programmed over thousands of years to eat food while it’s plentiful, just in case there’s a famine lurking around the corner.
That’s still there, deep in our subconscious, even though our rational mind knows that there’s food almost everywhere you look.
Changing deepset mind patterns is where hypnosis comes into its own.
After all, if you could stop pigging out at every available opportunity, you’d almost certainly have done so already.
Using hypnosis to stop binge eating is easy: sit back (but not with a bowl of chips in front of you!) and listen. The suggestions played on the track will work with you at a deep level to reduce your tendency to raid the fridge at the slightest provocation.
It’s a remarkably effective treatment and – unlike liposuction or surgery – it’s very affordable. Probably less than the money you spent on your last impromptu feast. And it’s also discrete. No-one will know you’re using it unless you tell them.
At least not until you start wearing clothes you never thought would see the light of day again.