“How To Break Your Addiction And
Get Free To Live The Life You Deserve”
Without those horrible cravings, inner turmoil or mockery from others…
I Admit It I Am An Addict, Can Hypnosis Really Help?
The extensive and burgeoning field of neuroscience tells us that the brain is capable of learning detrimental behavior such as addiction to sexual behavior, gambling, food, alcohol and drugs, but also that it can “unlearn” that kind of behavior as well. This is why hypnosis can indeed help correct addictions.
What’s different about hypnosis
Keep in mind that hypnosis is actually a learning tool from which the subconscious truly learns to view itself differently. Prior to hypnosis it sees itself as absolutely needing the subject of the addiction, no matter what that person is addicted to, and what’s more it uses that as its reinforcement for its addiction, whatever caused it to become addicted in the first place. Hypnosis will deal with the issues that caused that addiction to begin with thus ending this circular harmful mental deliberation.
Hypnotherapy will offer:
- A way to deal with the self-sabotage that is inherent in addiction
- Improved self esteem
- Better values and beliefs about one self
- Newer boundaries and better self-identity
- Empowerment over the addiction
What really happens
People have been conditioned by the “magic show” portions of hypnotism where a group of people on stage will all begin to cluck like chickens when a certain word is used, but actually hypnotism is totally unlike that. The hypnotist uses a relaxation technique that enables the person to focus intensely without paying attention to external stimulation such as a bus going by, or a fly buzzing in the room. It is the same kind of focus that enables you to completely be totally engrossed in a book for instance, where the sound of a loud motorcycle does not enter your conscious mind at all. Instead you remain exactly where the author has taken you be that another world, back in time or whatever.
Delving into the reason behind the addiction
Part of what a professional hypnotist will do is delve behind the addiction so that if it was caused by:
- Endless personal failures
- Being neglected by loved ones
- Child abuse
- Physical or mental abuse
- Repeated rejection
- Self hate or over-analysis
Then the hypnotherapist will address these causes, removing the inadequacy and inferiority that plagues the person. Only a poor hypnotist would try to counter addiction by interjecting only suggestions that in effect are only distractions or diversions (or temporary band-aids) to cure addiction. Unfortunately it is more complicated than that, if the person is suffering from a deep addiction that is ruling their lives.
Modification of the addictive behavior is also where hypnotherapy is extremely helpful for it encompasses:
- Dealing with high stress
- Removing low self esteem
- Boosting self improvement
Now is your time to shine
If you are indeed addicted and feel that your life is being wasted due to the addiction, then it is high time to seek not only a good hypnotherapist but to work in conjunction with those who specialize in addiction. The combination of the two seems to hold out the greatest promise to those seeking to remove a severe addiction and lead a normal happy life.
Simply fill in the form below and tell us a little about your addiction and how long it has been dominant in your life. We will then have on of our addiction specialists contact you to discuss how hypnotherapy can help you to break free from your addiction once and for all.
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