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Hypnosis for Addictions

These health-impacting addictions may affect not only your overall health but also may be affecting your weight. Giving up sugar and alcohol can lead to significant improvements in health.

Combined Benefits of Giving Up Both Sugar and Alcohol

These noticeable improvements have been well documented in medical and health research:

  1. Increased Energy Levels: Both sugar and alcohol can lead to energy crashes. Eliminating them can result in more stable and sustained energy levels throughout the day.

  2. Enhanced Digestion and Gut Health: Reducing both sugar and alcohol can improve gut microbiome balance, leading to better digestion and overall gut health.

  3. Better Mood and Emotional Stability: Cutting out these substances can lead to more balanced mood and reduced symptoms of anxiety and depression.

  4. Improved Physical Appearance: Weight loss, better skin health, and a healthier body overall can improve physical appearance and boost self-confidence.

  5. Longer Lifespan: Overall, reducing the intake of sugar and alcohol can contribute to a longer, healthier life by decreasing the risk of chronic diseases.

Making these lifestyle changes can significantly improve overall health, leading to a better quality of life and enhanced well-being.

The Role of Hypnosis in Breaking Addictive Behaviors

Hypnosis can help in eliminating addictions through several mechanisms:

  1. Behavior Modification: Hypnosis can help individuals modify their behavior by accessing the subconscious mind. It can address the underlying psychological factors contributing to addiction, such as stress, trauma, or negative thought patterns. By reprogramming these patterns at the subconscious level, hypnosis can help individuals develop healthier coping mechanisms and responses to triggers for addictive behaviors.

  2. Craving Reduction: Hypnosis has been shown to reduce cravings for addictive substances or behaviors. Through techniques like visualization, suggestion, and relaxation, hypnosis can help individuals diminish the intensity of cravings and gain better control over their impulses. This can be particularly beneficial during the early stages of addiction recovery when cravings are often strongest.

  3. Addressing Underlying Issues: Addiction is often accompanied by underlying emotional or psychological issues such as anxiety, depression, or low self-esteem. Hypnosis can help individuals explore and address these underlying issues, providing them with a deeper understanding of the root causes of their addiction. By resolving these underlying issues, individuals are less likely to turn to addictive behaviors as a means of coping.

  4. Enhancing Motivation and Confidence: Hypnosis can boost motivation and self-confidence, empowering individuals to commit to their recovery journey. By instilling a sense of belief in their ability to overcome addiction and achieve their goals, hypnosis can provide individuals with the mental strength and resilience needed to resist temptation and stay on track with their recovery efforts.

  5. Stress Reduction: Stress is a common trigger for addictive behaviors. Hypnosis techniques such as relaxation and stress reduction can help individuals manage stress more effectively, reducing the likelihood of turning to addictive substances or behaviors as a coping mechanism.

  6. Creating Positive Associations: Hypnosis can help individuals create positive associations with sobriety or abstaining from addictive behaviors. Through imagery, suggestion, and reinforcement, hypnosis can help individuals visualize a life free from addiction and cultivate a strong desire to maintain sobriety.


Overall, while hypnosis may not be a standalone treatment for addiction, hypnosis can be a valuable adjunct therapy when used in conjunction with other evidence-based treatments such as counseling, support groups, and medication. Hypnosis offers a holistic approach to addiction recovery by addressing the psychological, emotional, and behavioral aspects of addiction.

Brain Teaching for Beating Sugar Addiction

Are you experiencing any of these symptoms of sugar addiction?

  • Consuming certain foods even if you are not hungry because of cravings.

  • Worrying about cutting down on certain foods.

  • Feeling sluggish or fatigued from overeating or eating certain foods.

  • Having health or social problems because of food issues and yet keep eating the way you do despite negative consequences.

  • You need more and more of the foods you crave to experience any pleasure or reduce negative emotions.

  • You "have to have" certain carbohydrates, sugars, or sweets to feel satisfied.

Benefits of Giving Up Sugar:

  1. Weight Loss: Reducing sugar intake can lower calorie consumption, which helps in weight management and reduces the risk of obesity.

  2. Improved Metabolic Health: Lower sugar intake can improve insulin sensitivity and reduce the risk of type 2 diabetes.

  3. Better Heart Health: Less sugar can lead to lower blood pressure, reduced inflammation, and decreased risk of heart disease.

  4. Enhanced Mental Clarity: Stable blood sugar levels can improve cognitive function and reduce mood swings.

  5. Healthier Skin: Reducing sugar can lower the risk of acne and skin aging due to decreased inflammation.

  6. Reduced Risk of Fatty Liver Disease: Excess sugar, particularly fructose, can lead to fat buildup in the liver, so cutting back can improve liver health.

  7. Improved Dental Health: Less sugar reduces the risk of tooth decay and cavities.

SUGAR is something we consume every day -- in our beverages, in our sauces and salad dressings, and in that chocolate bar treat.

Together, obesity and Type 2 diabetes rank among our nation’s

greatest health problems and these problems largely result from what many call an “addiction” to sugar.

Solving this problem is deemed to be more complicated than

solving drug addiction, because reducing sugar requires reducing the drive to eat unhealthy foods while maintaining the desire to eat healthy foods when hungry. We know though that with a little subconscious intervention we can change how somebody thinks about sugar!

Understanding the affect of sugar on our brains and bodies is

important to know -- and to resolve.

This three-session brain training program for sugar addiction is designed to help you:

  • Bring their food choices to conscious awareness.

  • Help them to apply some sensible strategies to control what they eat in a sustainable way.

  • Help them to find it easier to resist the appeal of those sweet

  • things.

  • Help them to feel better as their metabolism begins to work as it should.

You also receive a supporting recording to listen to in-between sessions to help you stay on track.

Register at Book Online under the Services tab.

Drink Less Alcohol Program

Are you looking to reduce your alcohol consumption? Reduce your social drinking? Simply drink less for better health?

The Drink Less Alcohol Program is not for alcoholics.

Many people reach for an alcoholic drink out of habit or as a way to relax at the end of a long day, BUT if any of the following are answered with a "yes", it may be that alcohol is becoming a problem:

  • Drinking getting out of control?

  • Drinking too much alcohol?

  • Spending too much on alcohol?

  • Boredom drinking?

  • Stressed and drinking?

  • Weight gain from over drinking?

  • Thinking that only a few drinks per week is unrealistic?

  • Have an overwhelming need for alcohol?

  • Waking in the middle of the night due to alcohol?

  • Using alcohol to get to sleep?

  • Determined on a Monday to drink less this week?

  • Feeling hung-over and groggy is spoiling your weekend?

  • Can't remember much of the night before?

  • Ashamed of your behavior?

  • Offended people while you were drunk?

  • Aggressive or angry when you drink?

  • Your children are unhappy with your alcohol drinking?

  • Worried about your long-term health?

Alcohol is the symptom, not the cause of over drinking. The desire to drink more than we would like is an emotional habit. An emotional habit that can be reversed!

This program is designed to gradually reduce alcohol consumption, not eliminate alcohol consumption completely, for people who are concerned about the:

  • Damage potentially occurring to your health.

  • Increase in weight due to alcohol consumption.

  • Adverse affect on relationships.

  • Strain being placed on your job and career.

  • Feeling so sluggish in the morning.

  • Emotional crutch and impact resulting in stress, anxiety, procrastination, low self-esteem, and depression.

Benefits of Giving Up Alcohol:

  1. Weight Management: Alcohol is high in empty calories. Cutting it out can help with weight loss and management.

  2. Better Liver Health: Reducing alcohol intake decreases the risk of liver diseases such as fatty liver, hepatitis, and cirrhosis.

  3. Improved Mental Health: Lower alcohol consumption can reduce the risk of depression and anxiety and improve overall mental well-being.

  4. Enhanced Sleep Quality: Alcohol can disrupt sleep patterns, so cutting it out can lead to better, more restful sleep.

  5. Reduced Cancer Risk: Lower alcohol intake is associated with a reduced risk of several cancers, including breast, liver, and colon cancer.

  6. Improved Cardiovascular Health: Reducing alcohol consumption can lower blood pressure and reduce the risk of heart disease and stroke.

  7. Stronger Immune System: Excessive alcohol can weaken the immune system, so reducing intake can help the body fight off infections more effectively.

This three-session Drink Less Program is specifically designed to:

  • Identify the circumstances surrounding drinking.

  • Become consciously aware of drinking habits.

  • Take responsibility for the alcohol consumed.

  • Regain control over the alcohol consumption.

  • Easily guide a plan for reducing alcohol consumption.

  • Support the process with a CD recording.

Make the commitment to control your alcohol consumption, rather than alcohol controlling you!

Register at Book Online under the Services tab.

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