This may be an April Fools Day post, and it may not be . I heard a radio commercial recently that offered a hypnotism session for $59.99 that would claim to 'stop the impulse eating and help you loose weight.' They offer a 110% refund, but what's to stop the person from making you THINK that it worked via hypnotism, so there's no need for a refund after the session? ... While I seriously doubt that would work, here's a hypothetical question for ya.... If it did, maby I could try and hypnotise myself into not sleepwalking during the night. I tend to worry what I do during sleepwalking, so finding anyway to stop it from happening would be good, heh. Anyone think there's a chance this stuff is legit?