When an individual has ceased doing harmful drugs and requires assistance with continued abstinence, a hypnotic approach can be extremely useful. When contemplating hypnotherapy to assist your dependency, you should also give some thought to if the hypnotherapist has specialised expertise aiding those that have substance abuse problems.
Drugs or substance abuse may include legal and illegal drugs as well as over the counter drugs.
There are several kinds of outlawed narcotics such as: cocaine, heroin and grass. Over the counter medicine is easily available – paracetamol, ibuprofen and codeine can even be purchased from the newsagent.
These days ‘legal highs’ have become accessible with the content label commonly stating that the ingredients are plant fertilisers. There are countless of these modern drugs out there, plenty haven’t been assessed to date and very little is understood regarding how unsafe the contents may be.
Nearly all dependence is due to a root cause, what this means is hypnotherapy can help with a lot of substance addictions. The desire to escape and commonly a strong persistent drug use are important aspects in the cause of dependency.
There is a large percentage of the adult population currently using mind altering substances as a form of escapism from everyday activities. The need to get out of everyday living is something many of us require. Having said that, the long term health consequences of drug abuse are dreadful and perilous. A habitual behaviour is made when a process is repeated and our subconscious remembers this behaviour and the habits are generated.
Hypnotherapy can help individuals who are making an effort to break a drug habit or stay drug-free having got clean. Hypnotherapists really feel that although the body may be physically dependent on the particular narcotic, psychologically the drug abuse is due to a strong need to conceal a underlying condition of anxiousness or hopelessness.
NLP (Neuro Linguistic Programming) and hypnotherapy are in some cases utilised alongside one another to make a two pronged technique for recovery, locating the root cause, confronting it and subsequently re-training the mind to operate in the manner you would like it to.
Eliminating virtually any unhelpful thought process or habit is achievable when interacting with the conscious mind on its own. Nonetheless, the subconscious is the larger and more robust part of our brain where behavioural systems are actually ingrained and reinforced. We can all try intentionally ‘thinking positive’. Nevertheless, the subconscious mind has the key to success since it is the spot where the issue has come from initially.
Andy Cox, an expert hypnotherapist from Assured Effects Hypnotherapy situated in Dorset, said “Hypnotherapy for addiction recovery works by reprogramming the subconscious mind to change behaviours. This means changing the belief system and changing habits. In effect the client has a new lifestyle.”
“Work is also done on setting realistic targets and goals, as well as enabling the subconscious mind to take on a positive attitude the will to succeed. The work can normally be done in just a few one hour sessions.”.
In case you have a substance dependency and wish to quit, think about using hypnotherapy to help you. Right before it gets any more serious, find a specialist hypnotherapist who’s able to assist you. When you are taking detrimental drugs more regularly, finding yourself in need of them instead of wanting them, you’ll want to seek help. Hypnotherapy will help you crack the habitual pattern completely, look for help now before it’s too late.
Assured Effects Hypnotherapy – Clinical Hypnosis in Poole, Dorchester, and Wimborne, Dorset; Specialising in confidence, anxiety, stress, insomnia, weight control, phobias, and smoking cessation. Fully qualified & insured, 9 years experience working with over 1,500 clients.