What is Hypno-Band?      

As featured on CH4's recent Embarrassing Fat Bodies show

Hypno-Band could change your life forever. Imagine having the results usually achieved by having a surgical Gastric Band fitted but not having to go through surgery, and spending thousands of pounds!


Gastric Band surgery is not for everyone. Usually the surgery is only carried out on people classified as "clinically obese" and with a high Body Mass Index (BMI of 50 or higher). A surgical Gastric Band works by reducing the size of the stomach and therefore you eat smaller portions and feel full more quickly. Through this method it is possible to lose weight easily. The surgical method does have drawbacks however. It is very costly, typically costing £4000 to £6000 and of course you will need to go through a surgical procedure.  There are side effects (sometimes servere) and medical aftercare.  


How does Hypno-Band work?


Over four sessions we take you through the process of having a gastric band fitted, only in your mind.


By using suggestion and visualisation your mind will be convinced that your stomach has become smaller and that you need less food.


By eating less and less often you will begin to drop the weight. The process uses hypnotherapy and cognitive behavioural techniques to help you achieve your ideal weight - and stay there!

Auricular Acupuncture

AURICULAR ACUPUNCTURE (200 ear points - the switching centre of the brain) is a micro system which uses needle points on the ear to restore balance and stimulate the body’s natural  bias towards healing. It is safe and every bit as effective as body acupuncture. It is completely drug free and integrates well with other therapies and conventional medications.


The 5 Point Detox Treatment is a relaxing experience. This treatment stimulates and supports the body as well as aiding the body’s natural detoxification process and help to reduce cravings, ease withdrawal symptoms from drugs, food intolerances, nicotine etc., plus will increase relaxation and help weight management.



Clinical Hypnotherapy         

Hypnosis  is not sleep.  The subconscious mind never sleeps. It is, a completely normal and natural state of mind and consciousness. 


We all experience this level of consciousness just before we 'drop off ' to sleep and before we become fully awake.  It's a little like that lovely 'drifting' sensation you may have, if sometimes, you wake up before your alarm call in the morning.  


The use of natural, complementary & drug free therapy treatments will aid the body's natural bias towards health.


Hypnotherapy is used as an intervention for common problems and is considered a godsend for those in whom it has been successful. So much so, it is often applied for use on conditions that medicine struggles to find an adequate solution.


Hypnotherapy is a useful tool in rehabilitation as, with many conditions, the client will spend most of their thoughts visualising exactly the outcome they most fear. In doing so, they will sabortage their own efforts to get better. 


Psychological therapy and counselling (sometimes referred to as the "talking therapy") is the treatment of emotional and psychological disorders, unwanted habits and undesirable feelings, using psychological techniques alone. 


The aim of all such therapy is to assist clients in finding meaningful alternatives to their present unsatisfactory way of thinking feeling or behaving.  Therapy also tends to help clients become more accepting of both themselves and others and can be most useful in promoting personal development and unlocking inner potential.  


Hypnotherapy  enhances the experience of life, is easy, fun and an effective way of working towards your goals.  Using  hypnotherapy, change can be faster than the speed of light, as that's exactly how fast the subconscious mind can process your desires. 





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