Drinking alcohol isn't the problem. It's drinking too much that is the problem: when enjoying a drink or two becomes boozing... habitual and excessive. And this is more likely to happen if you start drinking at home.
Vicky noticed that her drinking had become regular and heavier since she got into the habit of drinking in the house, and willpower wasn't working so she rang me to see if hypnosis could help.
Now, most people do not even know that any drinking habit can be shut down completely at Central Hypnotherapy, so they are even more surprised to learn that a habit can be changed - without the need for willpower - just in a single session to cut out the excess. This can either be done by only drinking on certain days, by drinking more slowly, or... as in this case, no longer drinking at home. Here's Vicky:
I have had a great couple of weeks. Not had a drink at home or wanted to... I don't put myself in a situation where I get frustrated at home, we go out for a bite to eat, have a little drink and head home. Which is working very well for me.
I'm really pleased I made the decision to give hypnotherapy a chance, the day itself was incredibly relaxing and days since have been much more productive for me. I even joined the gym!
I will be looking at quitting smoking in the very near future... but just one habit at a time, eh!
Thanks again Chris.
Of course what this proves is that the habitual drinker is not dependent or an alcoholic, it's just a compulsive habit, that's all. So if you would like to quit any habit - or cut down - hypnotherapy is the easy way to do it! Why not call now? This can save a lot of money and people usually lose a bit of weight too! And it will reassure you that you do NOT have a problem with alcohol... or at least, you don't need to! Call now on 0161-474-8120 (Office Hours) or call/text 07748 838 644 any time, any day. Ask for Chris.
Chris Holmes is Director of Central Hypnotherapy Stockport, South Manchester and has been helping the people of Stockport, Cheshire, Manchester and Tameside reduce their alcohol intake since August 2000.