Food/Sugar Addiction

The roots of our addiction to food or sugar usually lie in the way we are conditioned to respond to emotional events, and in our current emotional state. Add to this the chronicity of the situation, i.e. how long it’s been happening, and we end up finding a fairly simple formula that results in an addiction to food / sugar. We’ll discuss the situation with you, review it from multiple perspectives, perhaps explore your thought patterns and reach an understanding of your situation as well as possible solutions.

The way forward, depends on person to person, which we’ll suggest based on our understanding after the exploratory / initial session. We may suggest hypnotherapy depending on the specific diagnosis, which is likely to significantly reduce the number of sessions required.

Unless otherwise specified, all prices mentioned are for a single session. The complete course may require more than a single session depending on individual circumstances. All sessions include a 15 minute follow up session, free of cost, one week onward. If you require multiple sessions, please speak with us about a discount, which we’re happy to extend to you, if you’re booking / paying in advance.

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Food addiction, including sugar addiction, is a complex issue that can have physical, psychological, and social components. Here are some tips that may help:
  1. Identify triggers: Keep track of when you crave sugar or unhealthy foods. Is it when you're stressed, bored, or tired? Knowing your triggers can help you avoid them or find alternative ways to deal with them.
  2. Make healthy choices: Instead of depriving yourself of all sweets and junk food, try to make healthier choices most of the time. Focus on eating whole foods such as fruits, vegetables, lean protein, and healthy fats. This will help you feel fuller and more satisfied.
  3. Stay hydrated: Drinking enough water can help curb cravings and keep you feeling full. Aim to drink at least 8 glasses of water a day.
  4. Get enough sleep: Lack of sleep can make you more prone to cravings and can also affect your mood and energy levels. Try to get at least 7-8 hours of sleep per night.
  5. Seek support: Consider seeking support from a therapist, counselor, or support group to address any underlying emotional issues that may be contributing to your food addiction. You can also enlist the help of a registered dietitian or nutritionist to help you make healthier food choices.
Remember, changing your relationship with food takes time and effort. Be patient with yourself and celebrate small victories along the way.

Additional information

Program duration

1 sitting onward

Number of sessions

1 session onward

Additional Sessions

Available on demand. Chargeable.

Session duration

50 minutes

Mode of delivery

Video call

WhatsApp Support

Not included