Hypnosis To Stop Drinking



Hypnosis To Stop Drinking
Hypnosis is only as effective as you believe it will be



Using hypnosis to stop drinking alcohol is becoming an increasingly popular and effective means of stopping drinking. And it needs to be, as alcohol is one of the three leading causes of diseases and injuries worldwide. It is a problem that many people just like you struggle to overcome.

Binge drinking and even social drinking can, in a thankfully small number of cases, lead to alcohol abuse and ultimately alcohol dependence. It can damage your relationships whether with your family or those you share your life with and it can damage your health and well-being.

Statistics reveal that annually more than 1.8 million people worldwide die as a result of their or someone else's excessive alcohol consumption.

Although derided by many and seen as a 'quack' procedure by others, hypnosis does have a place in the treatment of alcohol dependence.


Hypnosis to Stop Drinking

Once you become aware that you have a problem with alcohol, the next step is to learn more about it as well as search for assistance. Acknowledging a problem with alcohol and using hypnosis to stop drinking is possible.

Believing that hypnosis can be helpful and then committing yourself to the techniques are beneficial. However, like any other self-help program you have to be ready and willing to change. It is not enough to expect a practitioner of hypnosis to do that for you as well!

In order for hypnosis to work, your subconscious needs to be agreeable to the techniques as well to become successful.

Hypnosis is a safe means of self-help. It will work if you believe that it will work. You cannot force anything on your self-conscious that it will not believe or accept. Hypnosis techniques will boost the motivation you have to stop drinking.


There are other resources for those wishing to quit drinking; these can be used in conjunction with hypnosis or as stand-alone treatments:



The Thinking Behind Hypnosis

There are two different parts of the mind. Hypnosis explores the subconscious mind. This area of the brain sorts and stores your inner thoughts, creative ideas and dream-time. Exploring this area of the mind allows you to learn more about your inner self. You can find out why you may have issues with alcohol abuse as well as why you are having problems when you want to stop drinking.

Hypnosis can help you stop drinking by replacing bad habits with good habits by learning to choose healthier options.

Reconditioning the way you think and then reinforcing positive thoughts is one way that you can use hypnosis to stop drinking. You will begin to focus on your goals as well as the means of achieving success.

After several sessions of hypnosis to stop drinking, your perspective of alcohol will change. You will stop considering it as the best option for relaxation or coping with uncomfortable feelings. You will begin to consider alternatives that are more positive as well as other creative means of dealing with your personal problems.

How To Find A Good Hypnotist

Keep in mind however, that like any other service you might be interested in using, you need to do some research on various hypnotists in order to find just the right one for you and your problem.

You can ask around to find out what others may think about this hypnotists or another.

Personal recommendations are always a good idea.

Find out more about the professional organizations/bodies and regulations for hypnotists for your own protection before using any services.

When you find a practitioner that seems to fit your requirements find out more about him or her:

  • Does he or she have the proper training and qualifications?
  • Research their background and experience levels.
  • Is he or she successful with using hypnosis to stop drinking?
  • Do not be shy about asking for credentials or success rate.
  • Talk to some of his or her other clients to find out more.
  • Is hypnosis to stop drinking a technique he or she uses successfully on others with the same problem?
Keep in mind that the more extensive his or her education and client list, generally the higher the level of the hypnotist's experience. He or she should provide you with client testimonials.

Competent, capable and confident hypnotists will be more than happy to answer any questions you might have about the techniques. Enjoying the time, you spend with your hypnotist while building a comfortable rapport is essential when you first meet. You will need to build trust and respect before going through this type of hypnosis therapy.



Giving up an addiction can be challenging. However when you are using the right tools FOR YOU, you can do anything as long as you make up you mind to do it. Hypnosis to stop drinking, a positive perspective and other programs/therapies (as outlined on this site) will help you create a new life while helping you feel happier and healthier.




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Deborah Morrow, M.S. Addiction Psychology, is the director of treatment programs for The Alcoholism Guide website. In her practice, Deborah provides on-line coaching and support for those dependent on alcohol or who require other services such as relapse prevention or court mandated services. (Read More)


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