Jonnata Mata Weight Control Recordings

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Choosing an effective Weight Loss Program is the first step towards staying healthy

But staying with a healthy weight control program can prove to be difficult for so many.

That is why, when it comes to weight loss, choosing a program that addresses the “psychological aspects” of excess weight is essential. This is where using the power of your mind to help you stay on a program is essential as well. Weight Loss at Mind Over Matter Hypnotherapy is not a diet. Diets don’t work.

Your mind is a very powerful tool. While many people have yet to understand and harness the power of their minds, there are plenty of people already doing so, on a consistent basis, and this is helping them to reach all areas of success in their personal and professional lives.

If you are at the point where nothing is working for you as far as losing weight or dieting, but you believe in the power of your mind, then you might want to consider weight loss hypnosis.

This is not a diet. I believe diets don’t work. The minute we are on one we feel deprived and sabotage ourselves. This is about confidence and control and creating new habits that fit your new lifestyle.

Hypnosis and hypnotherapy are often given an unfair reputation because many people consider that what they see in movies or on stage to be how a professional Hypnotherapist works. This could not be further from the truth. I promise, you will not leave my office barking like a dog or quacking like a duck!

From the very first day of your program we will focus on confidence, portion size, late night snacking, and much more. Everyone is different. I will go over your major concerns and address them in your sessions.  I have helped many patients lose weight with the aide of hypnosis. We talk about what you struggle with and I incorporate this into your session. Most people who come to me for help to lose weight have a hard time controlling the foods they eat and portion size. By addressing these issues while under hypnosis, clients are better able to lose the weight they want or need to lose.

In an article published in The Journal of Clinical Psychology a study was performed on 109 participants. All of the participants received and completed a weight management program where they learned how to lose weight in a healthy way and to keep the pounds off once they met their goal. In addition to the weight management program, some participants received hypnotherapy to help them lose weight.

The results of both groups showed significant weight loss at the end of the study. However, the group that received the weight management program and hypnosis showed more improvement in the eight month and two year follow-ups. The study showed that the people who received hypnosis had lost even more weight between the end of the study and the follow-ups. The study also showed that participants who received hypnosis were more likely to have met their goal weight and maintain that goal weight in comparison to the participants of the weight management program only.

With Hypnosis, you have the ability to lose weight and the ability to keep it off in the long-term. Many studies have been conducted to examine the effect that hypnotherapy has on a person and their eating habits and long term results.

In 1998, a study involved 60 obese participants. The patients were randomly divided into one of three groups. One group received hypnosis that focused on stress reduction; another group received hypnosis that focused on energy intake reduction, and the third group received only dietary advice.

Researchers studied the percent of body weight lost at 7 different follow-ups from 1-month to 18-months after the treatment. At the 3-month follow-up, all participants in the three groups had lost 2-3% of their baseline body weight. However, at the 18-month follow-up, the group that had received hypnotherapy and stress reduction reported continued significant weight loss compared to no change in the other two groups. This study shows that when hypnotherapy is used in combination with stress relief suggestions, weight loss is significant in the long-term (Stradling, Roberts, Wilson, & Lovelock, 1998).

In a meta-analysis of two studies involving hypnotherapy and weight loss, Kirsch (1996) found a significant difference in amount of pounds lost comparing participants who received hypnosis and those who did not receive hypnosis. The initial follow-up showed the average weight loss to be 6.00 pounds in the non-hypnosis group and 11.83 pounds in the hypnosis group. The last follow-up conducted with the studies showed that the non-hypnosis group lost an average of 6.03 pounds and the hypnosis group lost an average of 14.88 pounds. This meta-analysis showed that use of hypnotherapy greatly increased amount of weight lost over time.

These studies show that hypnotherapy is a valid form of weight loss treatment and has lasting effects in the long-term. Hypnosis takes very few sessions and has a long-term effect that helps clients continue to lose weight. This is an effective and natural method of losing weight and keeping it off.

Obviously I’m an huge advocate of hypnosis and weight loss. I have seen hypnotherapy help so many people. Most weight loss clients come into my office because they are tired of being on diets that do not work. I explain to my clients that it is a lifestyle change and hypnosis will help them achieve their goal. Once again, this is not a diet!

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**Jonnata Mata is not a licensed psychotherapist and the process that you will be experiencing through your hypnosis program is not psychotherapy. The resources in this program are effectivetools for behavioral changes through body/mind awareness with the use of Hypnosis and are not indented tosubstitute, a treatment or a diagnosis of any medical or psychological condition. The services that Jonnata Mata/Mind Over Matter Hypnotherapy renders are held out to the public as Non-Therapeutic Consulting Hypnotism, defined as the use of Hypnosis to impress (something) upon the mind of another by frequent instruction or repetition; instill positive thinking and the capacity for self-hypnosis. Jonnata Mata does not represent Mind Over Matter Hypnotherapy services as any form of Health Care or Psychotherapy, and despite research to the contrary, by law makes no health benefit claims for her services.