Reduce Alcohol Hypnosis
Alcohol can be an enjoyable celebration to commemorate an event, achievement or even something as simple as signalling the end of a difficult week.
Drinking alcohol may make you feel more sociable and confident, helping to relieve stress or anxiety in social situations or before a high pressure event such as an important speech.
It is safe and legal to enjoy drinking alcohol, and it is easily accessible and socially acceptable. However, if you are relying on the substance to elevate your mood or to deal with stress or emotional problems, then it can become a habit. With continued use it is possible for an individual to lose control over their consumption of alcohol, feeling that they have to drink in order to feel relaxed or calm.
Abuse of alcohol can consist of:
- Persistent drinking
- A strong, overwhelming desire to drink when not drinking
- Loss of control when drinking
- Mood changes under the influence of alcohol
- Lack of concentration and memory blackouts
- Developing a high tolerance to your alcohol intake
- Lack of interest in activities which do not involve alcohol
A short term negative effect of excessive alcohol consumption is a hangover, in which the symptoms usually appear the next morning but can last for a few days, depending on the amount consumed. A hangover is usually characterised by a bad headache, a feeling of nausea or urge to vomit, as the body attempts to rid your body of the harmful substance.
Some who consistently consume alcohol may be hiding or ‘self-medicating’ emotional problems such as depression, grief, anxiety or stress, but the short term emotional relief found in alcohol can lead to health complications such as liver disease, stroke or heart disease. Beyond these medical issues, alcohol can also inhibit normal daily functioning by making it harder to perform at work, maintain a marriage and social life, or control moods. Excessive drinking can also lead to financial problems, mental health issues and violent behaviour. Many people who misuse alcohol can, in severe cases, become homeless, alienating themselves from family and friends.
Hypnosis for alcohol reduction is suggested alongside medical treatment or an approved substitution programme if the individual is a heavy consumer of alcohol. If you have come to the decision that it is time to reduce your alcohol intake before symptoms begin to affect your normal functions and life, reducing alcohol hypnotherapy can help.
London Alcohol Hypnosis Clinic
Visiting the Advanced Hypnosis London hypnotherapy clinic can help you reduce your alcohol consumption by offering a tailored treatment plan designed around your individual circumstances and relationship with alcohol. By working with the subconscious mind, our expert hypnotherapists help to alter your mind’s positive associations with alcohol, allowing you to effectively and naturally overcome your habitual behaviour. Hypnosis effectively ‘turbo-boosts’ your willpower, making the process of reducing alcohol consumption easier and more comfortable. After visiting one of our professional hypnotherapists you can begin the journey to a happier and healthier life free from alcohol dependency.
This programme is available as a 2-Session Package (£595.00 inc. VAT) at our Harley Street clinic, incorporating our Advanced Hypnosis approach and unique Neurosphere® technology. This includes a 1.5-hour Breakthrough Session (£395) and 1-hour follow-up session (£200), scheduled at time of booking and usually attended 14-21 days after the first.
Post-session tools and guidance are provided, designed to support your positive progress. The more these are engaged with, usually the better the results. Additional sessions, if required, last 1 hour and cost £200.00 (inc. VAT).
To enquire or make a booking please call us on 0207 125 0074 or book online.