What Is A Virtual Gastric Band?
It is a non-surgical technique which uses the power of hypnosis to retrain you to be satisfied with smaller amounts of food. The process convinces the sub-conscious mind that there is a restrictive mechanism fitted to the stomach, making you feel fuller quicker. It is also known as: the Hypno-Band, the Hypno-Gastric Band and the Gastric Mind Band.
The program develops a healthy, natural weight control system, based on the natural biological signals of eating when hungry and stopping when satisfied, rather than forming an emotional attachment to food and eating. We address emotional and psychological issues as the root of an individual's ultimate need to overeat.
There are predictable results with ZERO risk. Real-life Gastric Band surgery is high risk and is very restrictive with diet. It often fails, because it fails to deal with the client's issues with food and eating.
I trained with The Hypno-Band Weight Loss organization
and I am a Licensed Hypno-Band Practitioner. I am also a fully qualified hypnotherapist.
I believe that the Virtual Gastric Band combined with my Back To My Best program is better than any other.
You will believe you have a gastric band fitted, so your stomach will feel much smaller
It offers you the way to change for good, the way you feel about food and your body.
We will find what triggers you to eat and change subconscious habits/ beliefs about food.
Plus we will cover the 5 Principles - see Work With Me for details.
This program has been refined over many sessions to be the best it can be.
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I lost four stone after a hypnotist convinced me to have a gastric band
By Andy Dolan of The Daily Mail
As gastric band operations go, it was surprisingly straightforward and pleasant.
There was no pain, no risk of infection, no anaesthetic, no recovery period afterwards, and all at only a fraction of the £7,000 such surgery would usually cost.
That's because the patient, company director Emma Eveleigh-Anderton, 36, never actually had a gastric band fitted, but was just hypnotised into thinking she had.
Dramatic weight loss: Emma Eveleigh-Anderston, 36, has dropped five dress sizes in six months after being hypnotised into believing she has a gastric band.
The mother-of-two paid £980 for four sessions over a one-month period, starting with a 45-minute 'virtual' surgery where therapist Russell Hemmings talked her through every step of the medical procedure as though she was actually in the operating theatre.
She said: 'It was as if I was having the operation, except I was in an office rather than a theatre.
'After the first session I felt hopeful. But after the second I really felt positive and much more controlled about my eating.It has actually re-educated my mind. I was starting to feel fuller quicker and was eating much less.'
Mrs Eveleigh-Anderton, from Coventry, runs her own conference and exhibition organisation firm with husband Darren, 42. Her weight issues had not been helped by the struggle to shift her baby weight after the birth of daughters Antonia, seven, and six-year-old Alice a year apart.
She turned to the virtual gastric band therapy after diets, appetite suppression pills and sheer willpower failed to help her lose weight alone. She swapped takeaway food for salad, fruit and grilled fish and as the weight fell off - up to 3lb a week - she began taking gentle morning jogs. Now she runs for 30 minutes most mornings and has dropped from a size 18 to an 8. Last month she was fit enough to complete a half-marathon in her home city.
The therapy works by using a combination of cognitive behavioural therapy and hypnotherapy to 'reprogramme' a patient's mind to respond differently in everyday situations involving food. It also avoids risks associated with the surgical procedure such as DVT or MRSA, and patients do not need to submit to a general anaesthetic. The virtual gastric band hypnotherapy is now in high demand.
In May last year, the Daily Mail told how Marion Corns, a mother-of-three, lost four stone after travelling to a clinic in Marbella, Spain, for the same therapy. In the four months following her £780 treatment, Mrs Corns, of Whiston Merseyside, went from 15st 6lb to 11st 7lb, while her dress size dropped from 22 to a 14.
It costs around £7,000 to have a real gastric band fitted privately. The surgery involves fitting a band around the stomach which slows the passage of food and makes a patient feel fuller for longer. The procedure is available on the NHS for patients who have met specific criteria, such as failing to lose weight by other methods.
The associated death rate is around one in 2,000.
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