Many individuals are desperately aiming for achieving fast weight loss. Obesity has become one of the world’s greatest health concern and people are trying all sorts of weight loss related solutions that are available in the market. However, some of the weight loss options out there are not at all healthy. That is why people are now opting for hypnosis. It is hypnosis that has become the choice of people who want to achieve fast weight loss without harming their bodies.

Hypnosis can be used by anyone who wants to lose weight in a natural way. Conducting hypnosis for weight loss can be considered as less harmful than so called diet pills. It is also less expensive and safe than current surgery options. Hypnosis can be utilized as a tool to assist in over weight issues by tackling the sub conscious mind of the concerned person. It is found that many people who make use of hypnosis in conjunction with other methods have more peace of mind than those who are suffering from low self esteem because of an unwanted body.

Hypnosis can be referred as an altered state of consciousness where the conscious mind takes a back seat and the subconscious mind takes over. During this state of mind, all types of tensions and negative thinking about a specific issue can be eliminated. It is a known fact that people who are using hypnosis in conjunction with other weight loss methods are able to achieve fast weight loss and above all are more content.  Besides achieving fast weight loss, hypnosis also helps in building good habits which is considered to be one of the end products of all comprehensive weight loss plans.

There are certain types of people who try all sorts of ways including exercise towards achieving fast weight loss. But the end result is zero. May be it’s the genes that is the root cause of the problem or maybe it is the behavioral pattern of the individual that needs to be attended. One of the ways to subconsciously change the unwanted behavior pattern is through weight loss motivation hypnosis.

Hypnosis is definitely a better option for tackling weight loss issues. You can do your own research before you start incorporating hypnosis into your weight loss program. If you whole heartedly go for this weight loss program, you can then be assured of getting positive results. Although you are using hypnosis for achieving fast weight loss for yourself, you must be patient with yourself and learn to adjust with time and gradually you will feel the fruits of your true effort towards undergoing the hypnosis based weight loss program.

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  1. Matthew David says:

    Has anyone done this? How well did it work for you?

  2. _marky_mark_ says:

    I can’t stop thinking about eatingg?
    I am 13 and I just keep thinking about eating.
    I guess I feel like I have to eat because i’m scared of
    being hungry later on which will make my face swollen the next day?
    What are some ways to stop thinking about food?
    I am always home (except during school) and i just lay down all day long so
    all i do is just EAT.

  3. Franklin Bluth says:


    Okay so I just looked at the criteria of being diagnosed bulimic and well, I don’t fit in with them

    •Binge Eating: The DSM-IV defines binging associated with bulimia nervosa as eating in a “discrete time period” an amount of food significantly greater than expected of normal eating habits.

    I eat quite a bit, but not absolutely monsterous amounts and then vomit the food

    •Purging: Purging is defined as “recurrent inappropriate compensating behavior” to prevent weight gain after episodes of binging. Purging behavior associated with bulimia nervosa includes self-induced vomiting, misuse of laxatives, diuretic use, enemas, fasting, and excessive exercise.

    Yes, I purge.

    •Frequency and Duration: For a diagnosis of bulimia nervosa, episodes of binging and purging must occur at least twice a week for three consecutive months.

    Have been doing it for sixth months. Sometimes up to 5 times a day, sometimes weeks apart.

    •Body Image and Weight Loss Attitudes: Bulimics, like anorexics, have a great fear of weight gain, and self-evaluate almost completely in terms of body image and weight loss. A bulimic has an unrealistic image of his or her ideal weight; usually well below the healthy minimum of the individual’s age, gender, and height.

    No, I want to be skinny, not disgustingly thin. Yes, I hate my body and have a fear of weight gain, however, I have not lost a lot of weight doing this and have at times gained.

    •Absence of Anorexia: A cycle of binging and purging is not considered bulimia if it occurs during an episode of anorexia nervosa. Instead, the patient is said to have binge and purge type anorexia.

    Not sure what to put about this one.

    So what’s going on? Is there actually anything wrong with me?