How Hypnosis can help you go sugar-free for better health
For a few years now one of my most popular services has been helping people go sugar free or reduce their sugar intake.
Sugar is an addictive substance. There is the physical addiction and then the habit. Removing the sugar from the body can be done quite easily by just not having it for a few days. The habit needs to be addressed by changing your mindset.
This is where my skills as an advanced Hypnotherapist make the difference. I help you use the power of your mind to move towards a life that doesn’t depends on sugar for energy, happiness or satisfaction. You see, that’s just a belief that you have. You can be sugar free (quite easily).
There are many sugar-free authors and whilst I love their books and recipes, what these books are not able to address is the mental and emotional need and desire for sugar. For many people, this is stronger than the physical need. Which is why my Hypnotherapy sugar free programme is different. It has the Hypnosis element to remove your need for sugar.
What’s the problem with eating sugar anyway?
For the occasional and moderate sugar eater, there might not be a problem. But if you someone that uses it as an emotional crutch or find yourself addicted, it can make you feel bad about yourself, not to mention the damage it does to your body.
Many people have a sweet tooth but sugar is highly addictive and has little nutritional value. When sugar is consumed, it raises blood sugar levels. When the blood sugar drops, it causes tiredness and often more sugar is consumed and the cycle starts again. My unique combined Hypnotherapy and NLP treatment stops you eating sugary foods, regulates your energy levels and results in weight loss.
You might be able to relate to some of these things:
- Energy dips. So tired at times in the day you feel like you need to have a sleep because you just can’t function
- Out of control. An insatiable desire for sugary foods. Looking for the next ‘fix’
- Worrying how you will function without it
- Using it as a source of pleasure
- Spending lots of money on sugary foods.
- Falling into a ‘savoury’ then ‘sweet’ trap. This one reminds me of Christmas binging but the problem is it is happening every day
- Weight gain
- Lack of glow
- Small pimples on skin
- Disrupted sleep
- Mood swings
- Worry about eating too much sugar and its effects on your body
- Feeling addicted.
- Guilt about setting a bad example to your children
Don’t be too hard on yourself. Sugar is addictive and easy to get your hands on. Unfortunately it is also hidden in a lot of the food and drink you consume and you might not even realise it. But it is not good for you. Your body is not designed to cope with large amounts of sugar and whilst most things, sugar is ok in moderation. But maybe sugar is a problem they you would rather be without?
What is the process for going sugar-free with Hypnosis?
I have been helping people go sugar-free for a few years now. I use Harley Street Techniques which I have developed into an effective treatment which I can tailor to the individual. I also provide some amazing techniques so you can deal with a craving it one arises.
I offer the go sugar-free programme in person in my practice in West Sussex serving Worthing, Shoreham-By-Sea and Hove and also on Skype Worldwide.
I have now devised an effective online programme for you to use in your own home. I have my Hypnosis skills and nutritional experience to devise a programme that lets you cleanse your body of sugar naturally and change your mindset towards eating sugar. You can buy the online programme here for £19.99.
How will you feel when you Crush Your Sugar Cravings?
The first thing is a sense of freedom! When you are addicted to sugar, it can feel like it is controlling you. Removing those craving and the feeling that you ‘need sugar’ sets you free and:
- It will stop the misery of sugar filled days and guilt around eating too much sugar
- It will put you in control of your nutrition
- You will feel amazing and find your glow
- You will have the satisfaction of overcoming your addiction
- You may lose weight
- You will be taking steps to improve your health
My sugar intake has increased over the years. I’m in my forties and eating 3-4 sugar laden snacks a day. I’m not particularly overweight and apart from the sugar I lead a healthy lifestyle but I don’t think sugar is good for me. My friend in the UK had had Hypnotherapy with Honey Lansdowne and this interested me so I had a free consultation and realised it was something I wanted to do. I live in Australia and so had my sessions over Skype which was brilliant. So easy, therapy without leaving the house! I was impressed by Honey’s knowledge and skill. As it turned out we covered a whole lot more than just sugar and was able to let a load of stuff go including some negative self-belief and some emotions left from my divorce. I was using sugar to comfort myself and now I don’t need to do that anymore.