Hypnosis for Addiction
We all have our cravings. Perhaps it's for that delectable bite of dark chocolate or a must-have handbag, an intense cycle workout, or a specific five-step order at your local coffee shop. Many of these desires are innocent- they come and go without any negative effects. Yet, addictive disorders to alcohol, illicit drugs, work, cigarettes, and cellphones can form when the desire becomes so powerful that dependence develops, along with a loss of control, and this leads to constant havoc on daily life.
These addictive behaviors form a short pathway to the part of the brain that houses and releases intense feelings of euphoria and pleasure. An individual is overcome by a compulsive longing for these desirables so passionately that their sight becomes dulled to any adverse outcomes surrounding their misuse. This powerful and lasting hold over the brain rears its head in three devastating ways: craving the object of their addiction, loss of control, and continually devoting to it despite destructive consequences.
Addiction Is Treatable And Manageable
Hypnosis for addiction focuses on helping people break free from their dangerous habits. These behavioral compulsions vary from person to person, but they all have one thing in common- their abuse binds to an idea of pleasure and disrupts their lives. Did you know that addiction was viewed as an affliction impacting only the weak or morally flawed in the past? Well, science has proven this wrong, classifying it as a disease that affects brain function and behavior. That's right, individuals trying to break free from addiction are being hijacked by a powerful habit. Their addictions trick them into thinking that their compulsive behavior is required for them to be happy, and despite the harmful outcomes from use, the habits spur them on; driving them towards, what they believe, are the only ways to find joy.
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Addiction Hypnosis Can Help
Anyone can get help! Hypnosis is a powerful tool for addiction recovery and to fight future relapses. While substance addiction and obsessions may have rewired your brain, you believe that you need your addictions to find happiness; your brain is powerful enough to overcome your addiction by relearning healthy habits in a hypnotic state. The unconscious trance state of hypnosis will help you end your dependence and can also assist with alleviating withdrawal symptoms.
If you're battling addiction, you're not alone. The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration(SAMHSA) states that nearly 20 million people are addicted to alcohol, cigarettes, or other drugs. These dependencies are highest in alcohol, nicotine, cocaine, heroin, and opioids. Their abuse can lead to serious health issues, such as cancer, nerve cell damage, dental disease, sleep and mental disorders, overdose, and death. Many symptoms of addiction have detrimental social and mental health consequences as well. Front Psychiatry sites that when a person suffers from alcoholism or a substance use disorder, the harmful effects are similar to cell phone and gambling addictions.
These symptoms of destructive addictions include:
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Get Positive Results With Hypnosis For Addiction
The brain is the most powerful three-pound organ in the human body. It allows us to create and draw from memories, move our bodies in graceful or stumbling ways, and helps us see the awe-inspiring sunsets, taste the saltiness of ocean droplets on our lips, and touch the soft fur on our beloved pets.
Such a powerful force can (unfortunately) also work against us when faced with a potent addiction. When a behavioral or substance addiction makes us feel good, that feeling is actually the release of the neurotransmitter–dopamine. This intoxicating effect can happen sooner and more intensely with drugs, alcohol, gambling, sex, etc. That's why they are so addictive. According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, various factors influence an individual's predisposition to form an addiction: biology, environment, and/or development. Risk factors in these three areas can be substantial, even later in life, when something triggers us, but the good news is– it's treatable.
Modern Day Hypnosis works by tapping into the subconscious mind and getting to the root of the addiction. Hypnosis is a trance-like state in which individuals experience a deep sense of calm and relaxation, which allows individuals to be more susceptible to subconscious suggestions. This means that your brain can start to rewire itself and learn to break free from unhealthy habits such as addictive behaviors. Because hypnosis helps individuals change the way they behave and think on a subconscious level, it oftentimes leads to long-lasting results and meaningful lifestyle changes such as:
- Successfully recovering from drug, alcohol, or tobacco addiction
- Successfully transitioning from food addiction into healthier eating patterns
- Managing addictive urges
- Learning coping skills and positive reactions to addiction triggers
- Replacing unhealthy habits with healthy ones
- And more
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Through hypnosis or hypnotherapy, the brain becomes more open to suggestions and allows you to see your addiction differently. Hypnosis for addiction will enable you to move away from seeing your dangerous habit as vital to your everyday lives. Instead, you start to believe that you can quit and will quit.
Hypnosis For Addiction Will Address Your Challenges At The Root
Modern Day Hypnosis is here to help you with a variety of addictions and the symptoms of withdrawal from:
- Drug addiction
- Alcohol addiction
- Sexual addiction
- Gambling addiction
- Prescription-drug addiction
- Food addiction
- Cigarette addiction
- Work addiction
- Cellphone addiction