Our expert says:
No, it can't really help. Firstly, anyone who offers "hypnotherapy" who is not a fully qualified peychistrist or psychologist should not be trusted. They do not have the training or skill to make a proper diagnosis or to evaluate all other possible treatments and choose what would be best for you.
They're like a carpenter with nothing in his toolkit but a hammer - so to him, everything looks like a nail, and he hits it.
There is no good evidence that hypnosis is a good therapy for obesity, let alone the best option. At most it would only try to help you to do what you must do anyhow, to eat a better diet and to exercise more wisely. A dietician would be more useful
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