Virtual Gastric / Bariatric Lap Band Weight Loss Hypnosis in Philadelphia Draws Clients from Far Away

Doylestown, Pennsylvania (PressExposure) March 21, 2011 -- Philly Hypnosis Weight Loss solutions offers Hypno-Band. Hypno-Band is a Virtual Gastric Lap-Band weight loss solution.

Bariatric and Gastric Lap-Band is a very popular weight loss surgery. Approximately 65% of the American population is overweight. They are looking for a solution to help them with their weight management. However, many people can not take advantage of the traditional Bariatric and or Gastric weight loss surgeries. Many find that they either don't qualify for the surgery, can't afford it (cost upwards of $40,000) or are just afraid to go under the knife.

The traditional weight loss surgeries typically do not work with the emotional state of the person wanting to lose weight. When you miss the reasons why someone is overeating, you're not helping them get to the root cause. Our programs are not only about losing weight, they work on making life long changes. "Over the last 10 years of being in practice, I will say 20% of my weight loss clients are people who have had some form of weight loss surgery," says Todd Stofka of Philly Hypnosis. They may have had some initial success. However, those psychological triggers of stress, boredom, comfort foods kick in and they unconsciously add the weight back on.

The purpose of this article is to let people be aware that there is an alternative to surgery. However, there are only a limited number of places that offer this type of weight loss hypnosis. "We have had people call us from Texas to New England inquiring about The Stofka Method of Hypno-Band. We have seen people willing to travel to our offices for this type of expertise in weight loss hypnosis."

We have seen several of our clients who were not only overweight but diabetic make wonderful transformations. One specific client has not only lost 4 inches of his waist but his A1C went from a 9.1 to a 5.7.

Stofka explains how his program works, "The Stofka Method of Hypno-Band is designed for those clients who are 20 lbs. or more overweight and whose Body Mass Index (BMI) is 25 or more. The Stofka Method of Hypno-Band is a unique approach to rewire your unconscious mind into believing that you have had Gastric Band surgery without the side effects, without the scars and without major recovery time. Through the use of hypnotherapy with access to the unconscious mind, you are convinced that you have undergone Gastric Band surgery. Because your mind believes this has happened, your body responds by restricting the amount of food it takes in, thereby causing you to lose weight, effortlessly."

The Gastric Lap-Band Hypnotherapy system is extremely less expensive when compared to other methods such as the Gastric Band surgery. It enables those who failed to qualify for surgery to participate.

While the system has proved to be perfectly safe, Stofka explains that its effectiveness depends on people's beliefs and determination. "Now there is a safer and more affordable alternative to losing weight than surgery. The Stofka Method Hypno-Band Weight Loss program is the long term solution to your weight loss problems," Stofka said.

The main clinic is located in Doylestown, PA at Philly Hypnosis, 3655 Route 202, Georgetown Crossing, Suites 225 Doylestown, PA 18902. Additional offices in Wayne, PA and Northeast Philadelphia, PA.

For further information, call 1-877-557-7409 and visit http://www.thebestweightlosssolution.com/hypno-band-gastric-lap-band-hypnosis/ and http://hypnosisband.com

About Philly Hypnosis

Founded in 1999, Philly Hypnosis has 3 offices throughout Philadelphia area. During its history, Philly Hypnosis has helped thousands of people create the behavioral changes they wanted in areas of weight loss, stopping smoking, sports performance psychology, stress management, anxiety control, motivation and business performance coaching. Philly Hypnosis

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Press Release Submitted On: March 21, 2011 at 4:12 am
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