How woud you like to have more confidence in your appearance?
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You can achieve all these and so much more... Hypnosis Can Help!
Hypnosis can help by perceiving the way your mind thinks about food. It can change the behaviors you have towards food by providing a healthy outlook. It can also motivate you to stick with a fun excerise routine which is essential in any weight loss program. Bad eating habits can be restructed in the subconscious mind towards a healthier routine. Weight Loss is a life long commitment. Nothing happens overnight. There is no magic pill. Through Hypnosis weight loss is possible.
According to the United States Department of Health and Human Services:
61% of adults in the United States were overweight or obese in 1999.
13% of children aged 6 to 11 years and 14% of adolescents aged 12 to 19 years were overweight* in 1999. This prevalence has nearly tripled for adolescents in the past 2 decades.
The increases in overweight and obesity cut across all ages, racial and ethnic groups, and both genders.
300,000 deaths each year in the United States are associated with obesity.
Overweight and obesity are associated with heart disease, certain types of cancer, type 2 diabetes, stroke, arthritis, breathing problems, and psychological disorders, such as depression.
The economic cost of obesity in the United States was about $117 billion in 2000.
Overweight and obesity result from an imbalance involving excessive calorie consumption and/or inadequate physical activity.
For each individual, body weight is the result of a combination of genetic, metabolic, behavioral, environmental, cultural, and socioeconomic influences.
Behavioral and environmental factors are large contributors to overweight and obesity and provide the greatest opportunity for actions and interventions designed for prevention and treatment.
It is recommended that Americans accumulate at least 30 minutes (adults) or 60 minutes (children) of moderate physical activity most days of the week. More may be needed to prevent weight gain, to lose weight, or to maintain weight loss.
Less than 1/3 of adults engage in the recommended amounts of physical activity.
Many people live sedentary lives; in fact, 40% of adults in the United States do not participate in any leisure time physical activity.
43% of adolescents watch more than 2 hours of television each day.
Physical activity is important in preventing and treating overweight and obesity and is extremely helpful in maintaining weight loss, especially when combined with healthy eating.