A virtual gastric band treatment CAN help you to lose weight. In fact, some studies suggest that the virtual gastric band treatment enjoys a better success rate than the surgical gastric band. You can have all the benefits of gastric band surgery without the pain, and for a fraction of the cost. In the UK gastric band surgery typically costs £5-7000. The Hypnoband virtual gastric treatment will cost you less and there is no pain!
The surgical gastric band works by restricting the stomach. The band divides the stomach in two, a small pouch about the size of a golf ball and the larger main body of the stomach. After the band is fitted the pouch acts as the stomach so that only very small amounts of food can be taken in at any one time. As the pouch becomes full faster, so the brain is guided into thinking the stomach is full meaning that the patient will eat much less and your weight will reduce.
During Hypno-Band Hypnotherapy, suggestions and instructions are given to your subconscious mind, allowing you to convince and motivate yourself that you have had a gastric band fitted and addressing the issues that caused you to be overweight in the first place. If you are going to lose weight maintaining that loss is essential.
The Hypno-Band system is the World Leader in gastric band hypnotherapy. Using Cognitive Behavioural Therapy based Clinical Hypnotherapy our practitioners will help you change your eating habits forever! If you are really committed to losing weight then the Hypno-Band will help you to achieve your goals. Designed for those with a BMI over 25 the Hypno-Band is a safe, risk free and cheap alternative to Gastric Band Surgery.
Your BMI gives an indication of your health risks. A BMI between 18 and 25 is regarded as "Normal", between 25 and 30 is classed as "Overweight" and a BMI between 30 and 40 is in the "Obese" range. If you have a BMI over 40 you are classed as "Morbidly Obese." Not only can obesity affect life expectancy it can be responsible for conditions such as: cardiovascular disease, diabetes Type II, stroke, cancer, joint problems such as osteo-arthritis and high blood pressure.
What is BMI
BMI is a measure of body mass
To work out your BMI
Divide your weight in kilograms by your height in metres.
eg. A lady that is 55kg in weight and 1.5 metres tall
= 55kg divided by 1.5 metres = a BMI of 36.7
and is suitable for this treatment.
Note Weight loss requires will-power and motivation.