Addiction and Habits

Addiction and Habits

Addiction is a disorder of the brain’s reward system which arises through transcriptional and epigenetic mechanisms and develops over time from chronically high levels of exposure to an addictive stimulus (e.g., eating food, the use of cocaine, drugs, alchole, engagement in sexual activity, participation in high-thrill cultural activities such as gambling.

Examples of drug and behavioral addictions
-Aalcohol addiction
– Drugs addiction (marijuana, amphetamine, cocaine)
– Nicotine addiction
– Food addiction
– Video game addiction
– Gambling addiction
– Sexual addiction
– Bed wetting
– Bruxism (teeth grinding)
– Compulsive shopping & spending
– Hair pulling
– Nail biting
– Thumb sucking
– Tics

How I work; I have 30 minutes free consultation face to face, before the first session.
The prosses will normally require 3 to 4 sessions depending on your individual circumstances. All sessions will involve a hypnotic induction to create a trance state, a deepening process and with diffrent techniques to access and communicate with the subconscious mind, specific suggestions about your unique circumstances and an awakening to take you out of trance.
If you have any addiction or unwanted habits don’t suffer, you dont have to live with it, you can be free of it by coming to see me for hypnotherapy.

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How Effective Is Hypnosis?

American Health Magazine Compared Different
Types Of Therapy And Found:
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Hypnotherapy

38% Recovery after
600 Sessions

72% Recovery after
22 Sessions

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