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Are you looking to find hypnotherapy near Bedlington for help to stop eating chocolate? Quays Clinic can help you. Hypnotherapist Ian Smith is an Internationally respected therapist. Get the help you need today.
Overcoming an eating disorder is possible at Quays Clinic. Since John Cadbury developed a process in the 19th century to create solid chocolate and opened the first chocolate factory, people the world over have loved chocolate for its sweet, creamy taste and texture and the euphoric feelings it can create when consumed.
Some people claim to be unable to stop eating chocolate. Like any substance that is pleasurable to eat, chocolate may cause mental health problems or psychological issues in those who eat it regularly.
For people who are chocoholics, there is a way to overcome the urge to eat chocolate. A combination of using self-hypnosis and neuro-linguistic programming techniques is the answer.
“Chocoholic” is a term often used jokingly by those who love the sweet stuff and eat it in large quantities. They may have an urge to buy chocolates every time they pass a candy display or finish a whole box of chocolates in one sitting because they just can’t stop.
This may not be a joking matter. Chocolate does contain several powerful compounds such as theobromine and tryptophan, among others, which are known to act on the human brain, creating euphoric feelings and even sexual arousal in large enough concentrations.
Chocolate also contains caffeine, which acts on the central nervous system, and is known to be one of the most physiologically addictive compounds in the world. The combination of these compounds, consumed in large enough quantity, can and do cause many different health problems.
If you are eating too much chocolate and know you should cut back, never fear; there are a few healthy ways to keep it in your diet, and perhaps keep those urges in check.
For example, dark chocolate is a healthier alternative than either milk chocolate or white chocolate. Dark chocolate contains flavonoids and a powerful antioxidant, which are known to help fight heart disease and have been shown to lower blood pressure.
The darker the chocolate, the healthier it is for you. Dark chocolate is also lower in fat and lower in sugar than the creamier milk chocolate.
If you are looking to find hypnotherapy in Bedlington, Newcastle, and Sunderland, Gateshead for help to stop eating chocolate, contact hypnotist Ian Smith at Quays Clinic.