Lose Weight with Hypnosis

LOSE WEIGHT WITH HYPNOSIS

Lose Weight with Two Dragons Hypnotherapy

Do you want or need to lose weight? 
  • Would you like to see yourself in a positive future smoke-free and breathing easier?
  • Would you like to see yourself standing with other smokers, and not feeling the urge to smoke, wondering why they still smoke?
  • Is your desire to breathe easier, and be free of addiction that nagging thought that just won’t go away?
  • Would you like to be at the store and not buying cigarettes or other tobacco products?
  • Are your ready to start this new part of your life? 

If you answered yes to any of these questions you are well on your way to losing weight. You have two options:

  1. Call us right now at 703-948-0619 and start your new healthier life!
  2. Buy either or both of the CDs to start your hypnotic weight loss journey!
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FACT: STRESS CAUSES WEIGHT GAIN & HYPNOSIS RELIEVES STRESS 

FACT: “While the immediate . . . response to acute stress can be a temporary loss of appetite, more and more we are coming to recognize that for some people, chronic stress can be tied to an increase in appetite — and stress-induced weight gain,” says Elissa Epel, PhD, an assistant professor in the department of psychiatry at the University of California at San Francisco.

University of California at San Francisco

FACT: After evaluating their degree of stress and burnout, coping styles, general well-being, and hypnotizability, participants were matched by stress level and randomly assigned to an intervention or wait-list group. The intervention comprised an audio recording of a hypnotic induction accompanied by suggestions for progressive relaxation, imagery, and anchoring to be used for 2 weeks. The results show that, as compared with baseline and wait-list conditions, the hypnotic intervention had a medium-to-large beneficial effect on participants’ experience of stress, burnout, and well-being.  National Institutes of Health, PMID:23427838 PubMed – indexed for MEDLINE

National Institutes of Health