Hypnotherapy has been proven to help resolve a number of physical, medical and mental health disorders and diseases. Hypnotherapy’s efficacy and credibility has evolved and built over time. For example, the American Medical Association released a report endorsing hypnosis as early as 1958, and the American Psychological Association endorsed hypnosis in 1960.
Hypnosis for weight loss is a popular way to attempt to reduce excess pounds, but does it really work? There’s limited scientific proof that it can be effective, and opinions range widely, with some reporting excellent results while others are unconvinced. Although there are no guarantees, if you’re looking for an alternative approach to losing weight it might be worth considering. Keep in mind that hypnosis is not a shortcut and still requires healthy eating and exercise, but may give you an extra boost in terms of willpower - so why not give it a try?