Nowadays much of the population are having too much alcohol. The media constantly speculate on the ever-plummeting ages of those in the grip of alcohol dependency. There is plenty of advice obtainable with regards to how much alcohol is appropriate and consequently, we are all aware that we may be indulging a little bit too much sometimes. So, when is that extra glass of wine the sign of a serious problem?
Hypnotherapy tactics for alcohol are something to consider if you are looking to recognise and tackle the cause of your supping. Any time you ask for help from a hypnotherapist you should not expect to be judged on the quantity you consume. The chances are that if you feel troubled enough to contemplate help with your drinking; you more than likely need to speak to someone about it.
Alcohol problems usually do not mean stereotypical alcoholism or dependency. A hectic life, social environment or boredom can all drive people to the bottle. For a few, drinking a glass a night by itself is too much and they just want to curb this habit. For other people they won’t drink a drop all week but feel they consume too much on a Saturday and Sunday.
However, in some cases alcohol dependence is at a much more serious level and in these situations medical help must be sought before alcohol is restricted or stopped. Suddenly abstaining from all alcohol can be unbelievably hazardous if you are physically addicted. It is never a good idea to try to quit on your own. You may be physically dependent on alcohol if you: find you cannot cut down regardless of drink having a harmful effect on family, friends and wellbeing, increasing amounts of your free time will involve drinking alcohol, you are anxious or short-tempered when you are unable to drink, you are resorting to lies about how much you consume, you are having alcohol in the morning. You may also notice, when you stop drinking, you experience withdrawal symptoms such as: vomiting in the morning, shaking or twitching, sweating excessively more frequently or disturbed sleep. Should you feel you may be dependent on alcohol; a medical professional will be able to help you safely manage your physical symptoms of withdrawal.
A hypnotherapist can help you maintain your abstinence long term once you are not physically dependent on drink, working with you to improve both your conscious and subconscious mind. This could help you create and maintain the mental strength needed for long term change.
You might well not be dependent physically, but just emotionally rely on a beer or wine in the evening. Or perhaps you just can’t turn down another wine or two after a horrendous work day. Don’t let it be a problem. If you aren’t happy with the behaviour, get help. Only you can walk the path that will make you change.
Hypnotherapy processes for alcohol will help modest drinkers, significant drinkers and those that find themselves someplace in between. For long lasting positivity and change, you should consider seeking help and consult with a hypnotherapist right now.
Andy Cox, a skilled professional hypnotherapist from Assured Effects Hypnotherapy, said “Hypnosis is a rapid remedy to stopping alcohol addiction. Hypnotherapy for alcohol addiction is a way of providing your brain a head start in the process of breaking the habit and wanting to stay sober. Hypnosis therapy can help the subconscious mind to rewrite beliefs as well as conquering impulses to drinking alcohol. Hypnosis also helps lessen the urge to use alcohol to relax, or to remove tension or escape from problems. This allows the person to become much more able to deal with stopping or reducing their drinking and dealing with life more effectively.”.
Clinical Hypnotherapy in Dorchester, Poole, Bournemouth, 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.