Virtual Gastric Band Hypnotherapy convinces the mind that an operation has been performed and that a gastric band is in place
Another Christmas day…THAT feeling. Or a packet of biscuits later when you were planning on “just” one. That later became two. That not long later became, “may as well finish the packet them they’re out of the way”. Our bodies can believe that we “just” simply cannot eat THAT much…and our minds can look at a plate when we are out and think “Ooooh! That’s too much food for me!” or perhaps secretly thinks “Hmmm…Have you got more than me?!”
What is Gastric Band Surgery? Gastric band surgery is a surgical procedure performed to reduce the size of the stomach- which would normally be the size of our fist but in overeaters the stomach can expand incredibly- and create the not feeling full feeling. By fitting an adjustable band positioned (like an inflatable hospital bracelet) around the upper part of the stomach the effect produces a small pouch within the stomach, pretending to be the whole stomach; which then limits the amount of food that can be consumed at any one time. The consequence is that full feeling!
Using hypnotherapy we can convince the subconscious that a band has been fitted
How does Gastric Band Hypnotherapy work?
Gastric Band Hypnosis changes neural pathways in the brain; they will believe after hypnosis that the stomach can only take so much as there is only so much available.
The mind believes the stomach is a third of its original size then of course, will only believe it can eat at maximum a third of the food intake. It is vitally important to add, medically, clients who have gone through the hypnotic Gastric band procedure do have to be mindful of balancing the right nutrients and considering that factor in their diet.
The Gastric Band will only limit the Quantity that we eat, it will not alter our choices of food, so if your concern is quantity rather than satisfying cravings for sugar then the Gastric Band hypnotherapy may be for you. The virtual gastric band enables us to feel full sooner and thus reduces our appetite and our portion sizes.
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Thought you might like a little feedback after my gastric band ‘op’ yesterday. I ate very little at the party last night and didn’t feel any worse for it and had a breakfast of egg and mushrooms this morning. The interesting bit was I gave myself a small prawn cocktail and crackers at lunch which was lovely until I ate a handful of nuts afterwards. Now I feel overly full and a little sick so I won’t be doing that again! Jenny