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Hypnotherapy for Drugs and Alcohol

Posted: Friday, September 28, 2018

"Hi Chris, 

I hope you are well, I just wanted to give you an update on the progress since out hypnotherapy session.  Not only have I not done any drugs for the last 46 days, I also haven't even had a drink!  Cheers for all your help!

Kind regards,

C.J."

 

More and more people are beginning to realise that every attempt to use chemicals that wouldn't naturally be in the human body to try to make us happy is a doomed enterprise.  Our first impression of drugs and alcohol is that they can make you feel good, but regular habitual use or 'addiction' becomes miserable, mindless repetition of a less and less rewarding experience.  Quitting with willpower is notoriously hard, but hypnotherapy can shut down any habit in a single session.

C.J.'s session was actually about cocaine, but drugs and alcohol are often linked, so it doesn't surprise me when the Subconscious mind of the client decides to apply the same principle - that regular use makes us miserable - to alcohol as well.  When you think how much more people tend to drink whilst on cocaine, and how cocaine stops you from sleeping so you can carry on until morning - and how much all that ends up costing you in hard cash alone - it's easy to see how much this one hypnosis session will have saved him already, just in six or seven weeks! 

By the way, this person's response was spontaneous, most people who just come to ditch cocaine do carry on drinking sometimes, you don't have to stop both.  But you can if you like.

So if you would like to save yourself a fortune and feel much happier and healthier, why not call now?  0161 474 8120 Office Hours, or call/text any time on 07748 838 644.  I'll be delighted to help.  I used to have all these bad habits too, you know!

 

Chris Holmes is Director of Central Hypnotherapy Stockport, South Manchester and has been helping the people of Stockport, Cheshire, Manchester and Tameside U.K. to stop drinking and taking drugs since August 2000.  But only if they want to. 

 

 

 

Categories for this article

  • Alcohol
  • Drug Habits