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Harrisburg, PA, United States, 2012/05/15 - An estimated 3 to 6 million Americans suffer from Night Eating Syndrome. There is no definitive "cure." Inception Hypnotherapy has a very effective program to help people overcome this Syndrome.
Inception Hypnotherapy has developed a program to help the millions of people all across America who get up and eat every night. Most don't even know they're getting up and eating - it's as if they are sleep walking. Others do know they've gotten up, yet the urge is so strong they can't stop themselves from eating. They are all suffering from Night Eating Syndrome.
First named in 1955, but not truly acknowledged until recently, people who suffer from NES have had few alternatives regarding overcoming the disorder. The motivation to stop eating at night is strong, because the extra calories usually result in the sufferers becoming very overweight, which leads to other problems, both physical and emotional.
Inception Hypnotherapy has developed a program which seems to be very effective in helping people with NES overcome, or put another way, effectively control, the NES, using the power of their subconscious mind. No drugs are involved. People who had been suffering from NES for as long as 35 years, and had tried, unsuccessfully, numerous other methods to eliminate their NES behavior, were successful in controlling, and effectively eliminating the NES after only a few sessions of hypnotherapy.
Many health care professionals are caring for people with NES, and Inception Hypnotherapy now offers, on a referral basis, their services to help those people suffering from NES.
About Inception Hypnotherapy
Inception Hypnotherapy (inceptionhypnotherapy.com) helps people improve their lives by overcoming everyday (or, in this case every night) problems. Their services include smoking cessation, weight management, overcoming fears, stress reduction, NES management, as well as numerous other issues. All clients are seen on a one-on-one basis, and we aren't afraid to tackle problems which people have had a hard time overcoming, such as NES.