Sleep Tapping For Night Eating

by Dr. Carol Solomon

Here’s a demo on how one practitioner approaches EFT tapping for sleep. One of the goals of reducing night eating is to get a better and deeper night’s sleep. Night eating symptoms sometimes disappear completely if you can get yourself into a deeper sleep and stay there. However, that is easier said than done!

See for yourself how easy it is to tap for sleep and eating at night. It will relax your entire system and make it easier to reach those deep sleep states.

This is the best and most powerful intervention for night eating that I have ever seen. The great part is that once you learn the technique, you can use it for many other issues in your life. Not only weight loss, sleep disturbances and night eating, but also diabetes, cancer issues, pain, etc. For difficult issues with night eating, you may need to be persistent. Work on stress, the urge to eat and night and any emotional issues you may be feeling. Eating at night may decrease gradually over time. Be patient! You are looking for the night eating symptoms to occur less often and be less extreme.

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