Some Common Habits and Addictions Hypnotherapy Can Help with
- Nail Biting
- Teeth Grinding
- Skin Picking
- Soft drinks
Maybe that glass of wine with dinner has now become a bottle a night. Perhaps you want to drink only when you’re out socially, and limit yourself to a glass or two; or, perhaps alcohol has become something you feel you cannot do without and you want to break free of it for good. Research has now shown how middle-aged women who said they drank in moderation, which is about 3 drinks a week, had a higher risk of liver, rectal and breast cancer, than those who drank less than 2 drinks per week. Studies also indicate that there are a larger number of women in the 50+ age group suffering from alcohol addiction. Statistics also show that those in the 25 and under age group and also at risk of major health risks in the future due to binge drinking.
Hypnotherapy has shown to provide benefits to people who have addictions to chemically addictive drugs through the lessening of both anxiety and stress. It is recommended that hypnotherapy is used as an adjunct treatment to traditional drug counselling.
Recent studies show that Psychotherapy using hypnosis has a 93% success rate compares to other quitting techniques. EFT (Emotional Freedom Technique) has also had a wrap with clinical trial running both in the US and Australia showing impressive long term results.
The emotional cost of gambling can be even harder than the financial cost. The urge to gamble can we so overwhelming and although the addict often feels a great sense of guilt they are powerless to control their addiction. It is recognised that boredom and stress can play a major part in this type of addiction and the dangers of symptom substitution.