Cocaine Hypnosis – Stop Cocaine Hypnosis
Cocaine is a powerful stimulant drug which usually works immediately, effecting the mind and body, but these effects are transitory and brief. However, the negative effects that follow are the reason why so many people choose stop cocaine hypnosis.
People tend to become habituated to cocaine because they retain a memory of their first experience with the drug, and thus every usage after this is in pursuit of the experiences had during the first usage. An individual can become dependent on the feelings of increased confidence, alertness, and the energetic rush that occurs when the drug is taken.
By increasing your heart rate and body temperature, the adrenaline rush can be thrilling and exhilarating, releasing chemicals in the brain which produce feelings of excitement or pleasure, creating a strong positive mental association with the drug.
The high may only last an average of thirty minutes, but it can become increasingly difficult to resist the elevation in mood, which can encourage a user to continue taking cocaine on an increasingly regular basis.
However, this release is not natural since it is stimulated by cocaine. Those dependent on cocaine will repeatedly use the drug in an attempt to replicate that initial feeling they experienced with the drug, although they may never reproduce the original experience.
The damage your mind and body suffers during this addictive phase can cause a variety of complications and problems. Continual usage for those who fail to quit cocaine can lead to:
- Possible heart failure
- Strokes or brain seizures
- Nasal perforation
- Lung damage
- Constricted blood vessels
- Infection from sharing needles if injecting
- Kidney failure
Extreme incidence of these impairments can lead to ill-health and even death, not to mention the psychological effects of cocaine which prevent a normal enjoyment of life. Repeated use can make you tolerant to the amount of cocaine you take, so in the absence of enough to sustain your mood, withdrawal symptoms can include depression, fatigue, paranoia, irritability and restlessness. As cocaine is a stimulant, an addict’s solution to these negative moods will be to take more cocaine, creating a destructive cycle for the sufferer. Dependence on any substance can negatively influence an individual’s quality of life, putting strain on healthy familial and social relationships, and impairing the ability to function normally in the work place.
Stop Cocaine Hypnotherapy
Hypnosis for cocaine addiction can be suggested alongside, or after, medical treatment or an approved substitution programme, depending on the individual and their usage. Hypnotherapy can help an individual to overcome the habitual behaviour and strong emotional link between taking cocaine and pleasure.
By working with the subconscious mind our hypnotherapists offer a tailored treatment of stop cocaine hypnotherapy to help make changes to your perception of the drug, allowing you to more comfortably and naturally break free from your dependency.