Types of Addictions
Opioids (like heroin)
Prescription drugs (sedatives, hypnotics, or anxiolytics like sleeping pills and tranquilizers)
Amphetamines (like methamphetamine, known as meth)
Phencyclidine (known as PCP or Angeldust)
Intermittent explosive disorder (compulsive aggressive and assaultive acts)
Kleptomania (compulsive stealing)
Pyromania (compulsive setting of fires)
Pornography (attaining, viewing)
Using computers / the internet
Playing video games
Spiritual / Religious obsession
Addiction is a habit, and habits can be broken. Addictions come in many forms but all share similar patterns. With courage and the will to change, we can together break up old, unwanted habits for good with hypnosis.
How can Hypnosis help Addiction Recovery?
Hypnosis is a powerful tool that helps you create change in your life very quickly. Although drug addiction is generally more complex than stop smoking, Hypnosis can help you in a number of ways. You can desensitize triggers, reduce cravings, as well as managing underlying emotional distress, trauma and depression.
Addiction can be very deeply ingrained: it forms part of the picture you hold of yourself, becoming part of your identity. Hypnosis is a way of reaching and changing these underlying pictures. Hypnosis can make you feel better without drugs and reduce the effects of withdrawal and in time, creating a sense of wholeness.
YOU CAN BREAK FREE!
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* Disclaimer - Results can vary from person to person.Type your paragraph here.
*"I tried hypnotherapy for my drug habit after many years. I am proud to say I am clean 4 months and counting.
If I can do it, anyone can."
plural noun: addictions
the fact or condition of being addicted to a particular substance, thing, or activity.
synonyms: dependency, dependence, habit, problem
*"After years of trying off and on to quit smoking, I decided to try hypnotherapy after hearing some success stories. In a few hours with Stefan I was officially a non smoker and months later I am proud to say I still am. Very happy."