Do you have a drinking problem? Do you feel drinking is making you a happier person or a sadder, more angry and sick person? Do you want to change?
Hypnosis is a powerful tool that can help you to stop drinking alcohol, enable you to achieve your goals and leave you feeling relaxed, confident and comfortable.
Using hypnosis to stop drinking alcohol is becoming an increasingly popular and effective means of stopping drinking. 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.
What exactly is hypnosis and self-hypnosis?
Hypnotherapy is an immediate tool for changing beliefs and/or behaviors. Of all the therapies, hypnotherapy will produce immediate results. Hypnotherapy is a combination of hypnosis and therapy, which is one of the many attributes separating it from stage hypnosis. Traditionally, a hypnotherapist will spend about half of his or her time talking to the client while the client is in the Beta state (normal awakening consciousness). The remainder of the time, the client will be in hypnosis (Alpha or lower). Hypnotherapy works by combining hypnosis with precise, outcome-oriented therapy and targeting the subconscious mind.
Hypnotherapy is quite different from traditional therapy. Instead of spending years with a therapist, clients who undergo hypnotherapy will have an efficient, fast, and reliable means of altering negative behavior.
Self-Hypnosis is also a very effective way of getting into the subconscious mind and changing the belief systems you wish to change. Self-hypnosis is done using a recording of a hypnotherapy session. These recordings can vary in length, purpose, and will usually come with some sort of instructions like only listen to this recording at night, etc. It is always important to follow the instructions since the one who made the recording is a certified hypnotherapist and knows best. You should listen to the recordings on a daily basis for at least 21 days as this is found to be the amount of time it typically takes the subconscious mind to shift a thought pattern.
How specifically does hypnosis work to deal with alcohol problems?
Hypnotherapy is widely known for helping people with habits they wish to break. Alcoholism is a habit that your mind has trained you to believe you need. Many people try to use will power alone to break these habits since that is the only way they know how. The problem with will power is the need does not go away. That is why so many people fail when trying to break a habit. Hypnosis taps into your subconscious mind and tells your subconscious mind a new story about alcohol. That new story is falling into beliefs that you do not need alcohol any longer, that you are more than fine without it and that you prefer to drink healthier beverages, etc. In this way, your subconscious mind will start to relay that new message to the rest of you and you will no longer feel the need to drink.
Self-hypnosis allows you to relax deeply and connect with your creative unconscious mind. This part of your brain holds the root to many of your automatic behaviors and may hold the key to understanding and stopping your overindulgence.
What is the scientific basis for hypnosis? Are there any potential side-effects or dangers of using hypnosis?
There are many case studies and hypnotism goes far back in time and studied by many influential people such as Freud. Scientists are forever trying to understand the brain and how is works. Scientists are therefore still trying to understand exactly how hypnosis works. “The proof,” I like to say, is “in the pudding”. There have been many successful case studies where people have overcome everything from fears to pain management with hypnosis.
There has also never been a case of side effects or dangers from hypnosis since you are simply taken into a state of mind that is normal to you. In fact, you go into this state on a daily basis when doing things like driving a car, watching TV or playing a video game. The other reason why there are never any ill side effects is because no matter what, you are always in control and aware, so you would never accept a suggestion that you did not want.
What causes drinking problems in your professional experience?
Excessive drinking can be result of habitual behaviors. Drinking can also be the result of psychological behaviors where alcohol is used as an anesthetic to reduce emotional pain, to provide a release from stress or relationship problems or past trauma. Usually someone who uses alcohol to cope with, or escape from, emotions or memories has developed drinking as a coping strategy.
What is your background and training in hypnosis and do you have any products that can help me with my problem drinking?
For most of my adult life, I have studied many alternative means to healing. I am a certified hypnotherapist. I am also a certified NLP practitioner and Life Coach and I believe all three work together nicely. The self-hypnosis recordings I offer on my website can help anyone with any habit including alcoholism. I also offer in person treatments out of my home office in Tempe, AZ.
How can I contact you for more information?
To contact me please visit my website