For some people, it's when the kettle goes on... "I'll just have a couple of biscuits with my brew". (Multiple times per day)
For others it's the middle of the afternoon, some time between lunch and dinner... "I'll just grab a sausage roll/pie/toastie to see me through until dinner, as I won't be eating until later".
Perhaps you do a lot of driving for work and your cab is full of snacks for you to pick at throughout the day, so your snacking happens frequently, rather than at one specific time of day.
For some it's during the evening, whilst watching telly... "I'll grab some munchies to eat while I watch the movie". (Several bags of crisps/a bowl of popcorn/a handful of biscuits and a bar of chocolate later...)
For others it's late at night. You might have a snack before finally going to bed... you might take food to bed with you... or you might even get up through the night and go and have a rummage through the fridge in the early hours because you can't sleep. When you wake in the morning, you might even find wrappers or remains of a snack that you barely have any recollection of eating because you were half asleep when you consumed them.
Believe it or not, ALL of these are common issues that I have heard from many clients over the last couple of years, but they are easily addressed using hypnotherapy.
Imagine being able to reduce your own appetite, so that you feel fuller on smaller portions of food.
Imagine no longer feeling the need to snack between or after meals.
Imagine being able to trust yourself and your body to only eat when you are genuinely hungry.
And as a bonus, imagine being able to get a better quality of sleep at night.
How much of a difference would that make to you?
How much easier do you think it would be to lose weight if you weren't snacking?
I can absolutely help you achieve this.