The term “addiction relief” brings relief to many. Not to those who are stuck to their cigars or beer bottles, but to those who think they are fortunate enough not to be addicted to anything. Little do they know that constantly checking their facebook or whatsapp, making frequent visits to temple or other place of worship, waiting anxiously for their loved ones to return from work can also be some form of addiction. Addiction cannot be limited to smoking, drinking or drugs. Anything that exceeds moderation and that is beyond personal control is addiction.
While most of us wish for a better life, a life free from cravings, obsession and addiction, a life where we do not have to depend on people, things and places to ensure personal happiness and well being, we wonder if that is even possible, because we have never seen the right help approaching us through print media, television channels or any other source. Hypnotherapy is one of the easiest and most effective ways out, yet we remain ignorant of the wonders that this powerful mind science is capable of achieving.
Hypnotherapy for addiction works by recognising the possible causes that triggered the habit or behaviour in the first place. Once recognised, the therapist carefully analyses its’ effect on the subject and opens it up for his or her understanding. Once the person recognises the external conditions that initiated and eventually resulted in addiction, it becomes easy for him or her to drop it.
Effective suggestions given by the hypnotist in the trance-like state rewrite the old and negative beliefs, changing them into positive ones. In a few settings, the altered perspective gets strongly installed in the person, making him or her let go of the undesired habit willingly and effortlessly. With hypnotherapy, the results are incredibly profound and permanent, so much so that the person wouldn’t return to his or her previous self at any cost.