Hypnotherapy and NLP – a powerful combination to help you stop taking cocaine
Through the years I have helped dozens of people from all walks of life stop taking cocaine. Some had been occasional recreational users, some had got themselves in a really bad way, some had lost their job, spouse and children as a result of their addiction.
However, it often surprises people how quickly they can put an end to their cocaine addiction. Sometimes this can take one session. More often than not a few more may be needed.
Please note that although we do tend to have a high level of success the work is not 100% guaranteed. There are occasions when what we do does not stop the habit. And if you have any kind of drug problem you really should talk to your doctor first.
How will you get me to stop taking cocaine?
Well, the first thing is that you have to want to stop. Presumably, you are reading this because you want to end addiction to cocaine. You have probably reached the point where you have said to yourself ‘enough is enough’. You may have said that to yourself before. But then you have found yourself drawn back into the habit by friends, or at a party, or simply from a desire to re-experience that rush.
Those I have seen who had taken massive amounts of cocaine over sustained periods, though, had stopped experiencing any kind of high whatsoever.
If you recognise warning signs of addiction and are concerned that you or someone you know may have a problem, seeking help as soon as possible is crucial. A great source of addiction help is your GP, or if you'd rather speak to someone anonymously, there are several charities you can contact. Hypnotherapy for addiction is particularly useful.
Hypnotherapy for addiction
Today, an area of addiction help that is growing in popularity is hypnotherapy. Hypnosis for addiction aims to get to the root of the problem by inducing a state of heightened awareness in the patient. In this relaxed state, the patient is more receptive to suggestions and ideas that are compatible with their goals. This allows for the hypnotherapist to offer ideas about the substance or activity that the patient is addicted to in order to help them gain control over their addiction.
A hypnotherapist will provide the support and guidance required to alter ingrained behavioural patterns. This enables a patient to treat the underlying cause of their addictive behaviour and rebuild their emotional strength. Hypnotherapy for addiction can be an effective tool during the early stages of addiction during recovery.