Hypnosis for Addiction Help

Addiction Help

Addiction hypnotherapy is a form of therapy which uses hypnosis to treat addictions. The aim of the treatment is to change your behavior so that you no longer crave the substance or activity. This may involve changing how you think about the addictive behavior, how you feel when you use the substance such as alcohol, and how you behave around others who use the substance or engage in the addictive behavior.

Hypnosis for Addictions

We have an extensive range of hypnosis for addiction help, so whether you are looking for a download or CD we are sure to having something helpful. With a total range of over 600 titles we have quite a collection of hypnosis audios to choose from.

Straight to Sleep Self Hypnosis Hypnotherapy CD

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£11.97
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Brand: Rachael Eccles
Format: CD/MP3
country of manufacture: United Kingdom

Straight to Sleep, Self Hypnosis, Hypnotherapy CD for better sleep: A self Hypnosis CD by Professional hypnotherapist, Rachael Eccles to help you to get to sleep easily, to sleep better and to overcome your sleep problems.

Listen to the CD in the evening before you go to sleep and reinforce by using each night for 14 - 21 days and then as and when required. You may also find the following titles helpful:

Insomnia

Perfect Sleep

inner Peace

Wake Bright & Early

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Can Hypnosis Cure an Addiction?

Hypnosis for addictions can support you through the process. For example with stopping smoking hypnosis it helps by giving you motivation, deep relaxation and stress relief. It can really help a great deal. For alcohol hypnosis, we have drink less alcohol hypnosis download or CD and we also have hypnosis programs for stopping drinking alcohol altogether. If you are planning to use hypnosis for alcoholism please get approval from your doctor first.

For FAQ about hypnosis and how it work click here

Addiction is a complex problem that requires treatment. It is not a choice, nor is it a moral failing. It is sometimes very difficult for you to stop the behavior. You can learn new ways to cope with life without staying addicted. Do you need one to one professional support? Click here to go to the NHS website for help and advice.