Hypnosis Opens Minds and Closes Mouths

Darwen, United Kingdom (PressExposure) September 01, 2009 -- As the obesity crisis grips the western world many people are turning towards hypnosis to help them shed the unsightly pounds. With stories and reports surfacing about the high success rate that hypnosis holds with weight loss this is no surprise according to clinical hypnotherapist Jon Rhodes of HypnoBusters.Com.

“Over the last year or so there’s been a very positive shift towards hypnotherapy.” Said Jon. “Hospitals and dentists are now using it to help with pain relief and a number of celebrity advocates like Matt Damon and Ellen DeGeneres have helped to make hypnosis an accepted form of treatment.”

A study by Irving Kirsch showed while people trying to lose weight without hypnosis lost an average of 6lbs, those who used hypnosis lost just under 12lbs. That was just on a short-term basis, in the long-term the results were even more impressive. Kirsch eventually by using hypnosis you could expect to lose anywhere from 2 to 16 ½ times more weight than without it. Those figures are staggering and show exactly why sites such as HypnoBusters have become so successful.

“We have a few weight loss sessions that focus on different areas and they’ve all proven very popular. We’ve received some very happy testimonials and thus far no-one has asked for a refund.” Jon enthused.

HypnoBusters currently offers three weight loss hypnosis MP3s including Sensible Eating, Eat More Slowly and Exercise Motivation.

If you’d like to learn more about hypnosis or experience it for yourself then you can visit http://www.hypnobusters.com. Please contact JonRhodes@hypnobusters.com if you’d like to arrange an interview. Press Release Distribution By PressReleasePoint

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Press Release Submitted On: September 01, 2009 at 7:08 am
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