Santa’s jelly belly or a red nose like Rudolph?
Christmas is just around the corner. I love Christmas – socialising with friends, fantastic food, a tipple or two, presents galore (hopefully!) and excited children. It’s so easy to over indulge to then regret it the next day/week feeling out of control.
Wouldn’t you like to feel in control? Stop after that second glass of champagne? Say no to those fags. Resist that 6th sausage roll? Only have one profiterole? Just one handful of nuts/crisps as opposed to the whole bowl?
With the party season starting, excitement builds, the corks are popped and self control can go out of the window. Don’t wake up the next morning regretting dancing on the table in front of your boss or with a sore head and not being able to function properly and wasting the day.
(oops – think I may have revealed too much about myself! Ho Ho Ho – Ok, so who is going to come and hypnotise me then?)
It’s all about moderation. We all need to have fun and enjoy ourselves or life would be very dull. Hypnosis can help you be in control of your eating and drinking habits.
Here’s a few tips:
- For those of you who are going out ‘boozing’ and don’t want to end up with a bright red nose like Rudolph, make sure you have a glass of water in between each alcoholic drink. Just doing this will not only stop you drinking as much but also keep you hydrated so the hang over won’t be so bad.
- Have a glass of water before you put anything to eat in your mouth.
- Only eat when you are actually hungry for food and not hungry for love, excitement or to overcome boredom or stress because by the New Year you will be able ‘to shake your belly like a bowl full of jelly!’
Just because it is Christmas, it doesn’t mean you have to forget all your good habits.
With the help of hypnosis, you can enjoy yourself but still reap the rewards of losing weight, overcome any fears or phobias and beat any addictions in a positive way.
Book in your appointment now – don’t let alcohol, fags or food control you this Christmas.
I wish you a very merry Christmas…