Hypnotherapy sessions are short and flexible, typically lasting around 60 minutes each. Hypnosis works by accessing and reprogramming the subconscious mind to replace negative thoughts and behaviours with positive ones. It can be a powerful tool to help you take control of your life and make lasting changes. By working together, we can put an end to addiction and get you back on the path towards good health and happiness.
Depending on your personal circumstances, some people feel the need to access support groups to help them deal with cravings during social situations. It can be incredibly hard for a person to stop drinking but be around others, as addictions just don’t go away, they have to be managed.
Self-hypnosis can also be employed as a coping mechanism. Most people are able to reduce their anxiety levels and cravings significantly by self-inducing a hypnotic state. It’s important to remember that it takes time, effort and commitment to overcome addiction but with the right help in place, a lasting recovery can be achieved.