Alcohol dependency hypnotherapy

How to overcome alcohol dependency hypnotherapy

Stop alcohol dependency ruining your life

It’s highly unlikely anyone intentionally sets out to be an “alcoholic”, but like all drugs, what starts as a simple escape, or a harmless bit of fun, can quickly take a grip of your life.

When you were a kid you didn’t go around saying "When I grow up, I'm going to be drunk all the time!" As a teen, we may drink too much, but as a teen, most of us did everything in excess as part of the growing up process and discovering who we are. With that said, excessive drinking isn't a career choice or even a lifestyle choice.

So how has alcohol made itself a priority in your life to the point that it's causing you severe problems - either at work, socially, at home, or more than likely all three? And why is it seemingly so difficult to stop?

How alcohol takes hold over you

People get addicted to excessive drinking for many different reasons. For some, it's due to stress, or a bereavement, a relationship breakdown, only you can answer that question. 

Alcohol is like a con artist that turns up at your door. The most charming person you've ever met, very sincere, generous and with all the answers about what will make you feel good right now. Your friend.

When you're in the presence of this 'friend', it's as if the world looks exactly how you think it should and you enjoy their company. Life seems good, trouble-free. You don't want the evening to end.

The flip side of your “friend”

In the cold light of next day's hangover (and all the side effects), you wonder what on earth's the matter is with you. How could you have fallen for that rubbish again? You make a resolution to stop, now, for good, not again! 

But somehow, that 'friend' only needs to show up again when you're feeling a little pressured for your resolution to fly out of the window like it never existed.

You can defend your resolution with powerful hypnosis, working at the deepest level to protect your health, guide your decisions and keep you sober.

Taking charge before….

Apart from the effects alcohol is having on your day to day life, over time excessive use can lead to the development of chronic diseases and other serious problems including:

  • High blood pressure, heart disease, stroke, liver disease, and digestive problems.
  • Cancer of the breast, mouth, throat, oesophagus, liver, and colon.
  • Learning and memory problems, including dementia.
  • Mental health problems, including depression and anxiety.

How hypnosis for alcohol abuse works

As you relax and listen to our 1-hour “Quitting Alcohol Abuse” hypnosis session, you will experience some profound changes taking place. You'll notice that:

  • You no longer get 'taken in' by the false promises of drink
  • Your commitment to making this change becomes unshakeable
  • You pick yourself up from any lapses with renewed determination
  • You become skilled at finding comfort and relief in difficult times in more effective ways
  • Drinking feels increasingly irrelevant to your life
  • You begin to feel much better in yourself.

If you’re ready to be the “You” you want to be, let this be your first step to a brighter sober future. 

Please note: In addition to this session for helping you control alcohol which addresses the immediate problem, you may also wish to consider some of our other courses if you are using alcohol to mask an underlying problem. Addressing a known problem at its source will help you to also control the desire for alcohol but may also relieve the stress and anxiety allowing you to relax... and we all need that!

Other help is also available through https://www.drinkaware.co.uk/ in addition to our hypnotherapy session.


Be honest with yourself before it’s too late

Like most people with a dependency, you’ve probably tried hard to hide it from others, and if you have, then that should tell you all you need to know! You do have a problem that needs tackling!

Do any of the following statements sound like you? And be honest with yourself, because if they do then hypnosis can help you take back control:

  • A lack of interest in previously normal activities 
  • Appearing intoxicated more regularly
  • Needing to drink more to achieve the same effects 
  • Appearing or feel regularly tired, unwell or irritable
  • Feel unable to say no or sensibly drink alcohol
  • The feeling of anxiety, depression or other mental health problems
  • Have become secretive or dishonest

If you can relate to any of what you’ve read so far, then good, because you’ve come to the right place for help, and well done for wanting to do something about it.

Here's how your hypnotherapy course will work

Once you’ve purchased your hypnotherapy courses, you’ll be sent a link via email or you can access your videos by logging into “my account” located on the menu bar.

Get yourself comfortable and make sure you won’t be disturbed. Turn off all mobile devices, radio and other distractions where possible. It’s important to set aside 1 hour of quiet time, this will allow you to immerse yourself into the session.

For maximum relaxation, we recommend you find somewhere quiet to lay down, but if you would rather sit in an armchair, it’s important to make sure your head and neck are properly supported.

Please try to use a speaker wherever possible rather than headphones, as these may distract you from the session if they become uncomfortable.

Need more information on hypnotherapy? Visit the NHS hypnotherapy treatment page.

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