Do Weight Loss Hypnosis Programs Really Work?

Imagine yourself in a dark room with a man swinging a pocket watch in front of you and he instructs you to look straight into the gold watch as it swings like a pendulum in front of your eyes, you feel somewhat strange and drowsy and all of a sudden he snaps his finger and you wake up and you no longer wish to smoke. As an added bonus, you no longer wish to drink alcohol or do drugs or overeat. Wouldn’t that be an awesome world to live in where problems can just go away with the wave of a watch or a magic word? As hilarious and absurd as this scenario maybe to most rational human beings, it’s actually a big moneymaker in the United States and Europe and other countries. Hypnosis is a huge industry. Unfortunately, weight loss hypnosis is not a slam dunk. It may work for certain people because of certain other reasons but on a fundamental and statistically significant level, it’s a fraud, it’s a sham, it’s a failure. If you are reading these words and you’re feeling disappointed, I don’t need to break it to you in such harsh terms. The truth is marketers, especially weight loss marketers, are always looking to exploit people’s psychological and emotional vulnerabilities. Everybody is looking for short cut. Everybody wants to cut corners. Everybody wants a push-button solution to deep personal problems. When you have a problem with smoking, drinking, or overeating, you’re problem is not just a simple metabolic or appetite issue, you’re problem is actually a very personal and emotional issue. If you’d really think about it hard enough, a lot of the problems that we have, whether we’re too lazy or we lack ambition, or we tend to be short-sided, boils down to character issues. Unfortunately, people don’t want to deal with their problems that way because it hurts the ego too much. As a result, they look for quick fixes and one of the best quick fixes out there is weight loss hypnosis. Read the guide below so you can get the real picture regarding this often abused ‘weight loss therapy.’

Gimmicks versus Reality

As mentioned above, weight loss gimmicks make a lot of money because they exploit their victim’s emotional and psychological vulnerabilities. Everybody wants a short cut. Everybody wants to solve their problems in the most convenient and most comfortable manner possible. Nobody wants the real solution which is discipline. Discipline means putting in work. Discipline means sacrificing your short-term enjoyment for long-term health and well-being. Unfortunately, gimmicks exploit these and they make a lot of money doing these, so there’s a huge cottage industry of all sorts of semaglutide products and services aimed at helping you lose the most weight in the least amount of time. The truth is if you’re going to buy gimmicks, you’re basically just buying disappointment and failure. The reality is that there is no replacement for good old-fashioned self-discipline.

You Can Control your Mind

Hypnosis is marketed as this easy system of changing the way you think about food and exercise subconsciously. The whole selling point is that it is an easy process. Well, the truth is you can actually achieve the same result using similar process but it’s a little bit harder because it’s conscious. You have to actually take responsibility over your life and say, ‘Yes, I’m overweight. Yes, I have a problem.’ And once you realize that and take ownership of your problem, then take action and setup a goal and setup a plan and take action towards that plan to make weight loss happen. That’s how it works. But it all boils down to making a decision. Making a solid decision to improve your life is a form of hypnosis. It shows that you can control your mind.

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