Stop Boredom Eating MP3

Posted by on May 3, 2014 in

Use Hypnosis To Pay Attention To Your Hunger


The stop boredom eating hypnosis MP3 download is designed to help you pay attention to what, when and where you’re eating – so you don’t fall prey to the snack-monster.

Did you know that boredomĀ is one of the stressful emotions you can feel? You only have to search the internet to find thousands of websites devoted entirely to the subject of how to avoid boredom to see how intolerant we as a society are to boredom.

It seems that most everyone would rather do just about anything else than sit with a feeling of boredom – including overeating and subsequently, gaining unwanted weight.. But Never fear!

TV Is The Biggest Culprit

Did you know that when you’re watching television, you’re in a hypnotic trance? That’s why they pay so much for those ads – the slick, consumer-heavy messages go straight into your subconscious and before you know it you’re buying the latest flat screen TV (on credit!).

And…when you’re in a trance it can be really easy to polish off a whole pack of Tim Tams as fast as you can say ‘Breaking Bad’. Not real great if you’re trying to lose weight!

Many people watch TV to avoid boredom. Eating and TV go together so well that most people underestimate how much they have actually consumed while sitting in front of the tube.

Wake Up From The Trance

With the help of your subconscious mind, you can wake up from the mindless eating trance that threatens to bulge your waistline.

Rather than eating for the sake of it, you will learn to pay attention to your hunger and respond to it appropriately.

You can retrain your mind to eat only as much as your body needs. As you do this, weight loss will become easier for you as well.

Please do NOT listen to this recording while driving or operating machinery.

This stop boredom eating hypnosis MP3 download will help you pay attention to what and when you’re eating rather than just eating for the sake of it. You can buy it here:

Price: US$14.95

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