Overcoming drug addiction with hypnotherapy

Drug addiction and substance abuse come in many different forms but whether your choice has been Cocaine, Heroin, Methamphetamine, Ketamine etc, they all have one thing in common… they are destroying your life.

When you look back on how you got hooked, you’re probably surprised at how such a small seemingly fun activity, which once promised a good time, has become your destroyer. Now that you want to quit using - it seems it won't let you go.

The impact on lives, and not just your life, from drug addiction, is immense! They affect your physical health, you can develop short- and long-term mental health problems, they will drain your bank account and can tear you and your families apart, and for what? You get absolutely nothing positive from any drug addiction.

You may have started using for 'fun', because others were doing it, or because you wanted an escape from a problem of your own at the time. Whatever got you hooked; it now feels like you're held down. For many with addiction, every time you tell yourself you’ll not touch it again, something comes along to scupper you. Willpower alone is rarely enough to stay motivated.

But there is hope. 

The more you try to quit, the more successful you will be

You may have tried several times already to stop using, and each time you slip back you feel like a failure. However, research shows the more often someone tries to break a habit, the more likely they are to be successful eventually. So, don't give up trying! There is lots of help out there and with our hypnosis session, we can help you break the cycle.

Understanding the 'cycle of change' can help you quit 

'Change' happens in a cyclical pattern. Before the cycle begins is the 'pre-contemplation' phase. In this phase you don't think you have 'a problem' or that you need to do anything about it. The first stage of change is 'contemplation'. Now you are aware there is a problem, and you wonder what you can do about it.

Then comes 'decision'. You make up your mind to stop being a user. You quickly move to 'action' - finding ways to help yourself stop. Once stopped, you have to stay clean - the 'maintenance' stage. This is the trickiest stage for most people. Lapses may occur, and you need to be equipped to cope with them, and overcome them, or you may find yourself back at the beginning instead of moving on to a better happier life.

How you can maintain a drug-free you

You've already discovered that it takes more than willpower to break free of drug addiction. You know that you need to find and develop more resources to help yourself stay free. Your conscious mind is already fully engaged in the struggle. Now you need to activate the powers of your unconscious mind to help get you over the line.

Hypnosis is an effective tool for mastering unconscious help

Overcome drug addiction is a powerful 1-hour session which will help you tap into, activate, and amplify the inner resources you need to keep your recovery on track.

When you listen to our session you will find yourself seeing your old addictive behaviour for the destructive influence it really is, helping you to make the positive changes you want and need. By using hypnosis to switch your brain's learning capacity to the maximum you will find it simple to absorb and integrate a new pattern of response to temptations.

When you set aside time to listen to our session, you will quickly build up both the strength and the strategies that you need to successfully break the habit for good.

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

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.