At NOW we use a mix of methods and techniques; we integrate these therapies into a solution-focused approach which helps you to achieve the changes that you desire. Some of the most commonly used are:
During a hypnotherapy session, the therapist will use his or her voice to create a deep state of relaxation known as hypnosis. During this state of deep relaxation your subconscious mind has full attention on the suggestions and questions being put to it. However, you are able to resist suggestions which are not acceptable to you, so you can’t be made to do things against your will.
As the subconscious mind is responsible for your
habits and behaviours, whether they be positive or negative, and stores
memories and emotions, it makes sense that this is the part of the mind
that needs to re-learn or be re-programmed if you want to change a
Programming) is the culmination of research over the last 30
years into how the human mind works. We were born with the most amazing
computer in the universe – the human brain. The problem is, nobody gave us
an instruction manual on how to work it. NLP helps to show you how to run
your brain, how to control how you feel, how to be a more effective human
being, how to improve your communication skills and how your mind
influences your health.
Coaching is a structured way to help you to
successfully negotiate many life-stages and life changing events. It is
about encouraging you, through a process of discovery, goal setting and
strategic planning, with the assistance of someone who will challenge,
stimulate and guide you to keep growing and developing in any or all areas
of your life.
The Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) is a meridian
based therapy which utilises acupressure points on the body whilst
repeating affirmations to neutralise negative emotions. It is much easier
to demonstrate this technique than it is to explain it. However it is very
effective for releasing negative emotions.
70% of men and 63% of women are obese or overweight.
1/3 of children aged 8 - 15 are overweight or obese.
Obesity accounts for 30,000 deaths a year.
Obesity has been linked to diabetes, heart disease, high levels of cholesterol, high blood pressure and strokes. It is also associated with higher rates of certain types of cancer.
95% of all dieters regain their weight after dieting because diets are short-term and not for life, they create the feeling of deprivation, are not practical or realistic and increase levels of body fat.
Your body responds to low calorie diets by assuming that it is experiencing a 'famine' period, so it slows your metabolism to conserve and store more fat.
Diets often exclude important food groups necessary for good health so even if you do lose weight you could be creating health problems for the future.
Talk to us about how the EasyStop weight loss programme help you lose weight using hypnotherapy and other techniques.
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