Addictions

Addictions

Robert is all too aware that addictions come in all types of practices and as such offers Hypnotherapy for addictions. Some people are dependent on substances and others rely on the pleasure they get when engaging in activities. This reliance is known as behavioural addiction.

No matter the addiction, they are all treatable and most importantly, CURABLE! The Hypnotist Man will use various techniques including hypnosis and U.M.T (Unconscious mind therapy) to alter ones thoughts and beliefs, dealing with the unconscious mind rather than the conscious mind to instill into you new positive beliefs that will leave you addiction free. Here are some of the addictions that Robert has treated and cured:

 

Gambling:

From placing bets on horses, to placing chips on the roulette table, gambling comes in all sorts of forms.

 

Bulimia

Purging excess calories from a binge by vomiting or over exercising. The actual addiction is to the eating part.. often sugar addiction.

 

Coffee:

This caffeine filled drink is is used to boost energy and to be the most consumed drink worldwide.

 

Alcohol:

Although alcohol is legal it is worth noting that overuse can be as deadly as most prohibited drugs.

 

Drugs:

The abuse of illegal and prescribed drugs can have catastrophic consequences.

Hypnotherapy for addictions

Anger:

An addiction that is frequently committed, for example using anger to deal with your issues. Very much overlooked as an addiction, but frequently committed.

 

Shopping:

Compulsion to spending money, regardless of need or financial means.

 

Hoarding:

A persistent difficulty discarding or parting with possessions because of a perceived need to save them regardless of the value. The thought of getting rid of items leaves the hoarder in distress.

 

Pornography:

A common form of sexual addiction. Porn addiction is a problematic preoccupation with sexualized imagery, lasting six months or longer and causes significant problems in the user’s life.
Television:One strongly senses the need to stop viewing as much, and yet find they are unable to reduce viewing.

 

Work:

Work is a vital part of life, and in most western countries, it’s one of the most important. But over-working can have negative consequences on your personal and family relationships.

 

Food:

has the same effect on the brain as drug addiction. There are a number of causes for this addiction, including biological, psychological and social reasons. One biological factor is the hormonal changes that take place during pregnancy.

 

The internet:

broken into numerous categories. The interaction and attachment one gets from social media, pornography and dating sites all play a part in this obsession.

 

Nicotine:

the substance found in cigarettes. this drug can cause unpleasant withdrawal symptoms. Sufferers will feel the urge to smoke in order to temporarily fill their cravings. Some of the consequences that come along with smoking include cancer.

 

Sex:

used to uplift an individual’s mood. Sufferers often seek ‘no strings attached’ relationships, prioritize sex before other commitments, use sex as a self-coping mechanism, etc.

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