Beat Alcohol Addiction

23 September 2014

IF YOU’RE READING THIS, you’re only too aware of the problems that alcohol addiction can bring. It’s not only the physical symptoms such as liver damage and heart disease, or the psychological symptoms of the lure and the cravings. The effects of alcohol abuse can reach out and touch family and loved ones too.

Empty promises

Like all addictions, alcohol works by promising something; an escape from stress and anxiety, a comfort when things get tough. But I wonder... has it ever really delivered on those promises? I think we can agree that the benefits are temporary, and in the long term alcohol takes away far more than it ever gives.

Giving up is easy

Giving up alcohol is easy; I bet you’ve done it hundreds of times! But it’s sticking with it when times get tough that’s so often the problem. The bad times are soon forgotten and the comfort of an old familiar friend can seem too hard to resist.

Once the initial short term side effects of withdrawal have passed, staying off alcohol is largely down to attitude. The trouble is that will power and determination aren’t quite enough. You see, the automatic thoughts and habitual behaviours are a product of the subconscious mind. Your mindset is still that of a drinker who’s given up rather than that of a person who just doesn’t have any issues with alcohol. That’s why it’s so easy to relapse.

Get your subconscious on your side

But it hasn’t always been like that. There was a time in your life, a time before you had a problem with drinking, when you could take it or leave it without a second thought. You may have temporarily lost touch with that person, but your subconscious never forgets.

With the aid of self hypnosis you can harness the power of your subconscious mind, rediscovering those long forgotten thought processes and bringing them back to the here and now where they can help you most. This can enable you re-establish the mindset of a non-drinker, making that all important difference between just giving up alcohol and actually staying given up.

So why not give yourself a helping hand to win your battle against drink? Rediscover the mindset of a non-drinker.

Expert help

These self hypnosis downloads are most effective when used in conjunction with expert medical help, professional counselling, or a support group such as Alcoholics Anonymous. Such expert help is recommended, and the combination can be extremely effective. However, even used on their own, they can still provide some very beneficial results.

Having taken the first steps in deciding to give up, self hypnosis can give you that helping hand and make all the difference in staying given up for good!


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Alcohol Abuse

A helping hand in your fight against drink.

Wouldn’t it be good to enjoy a more fulfilling life, at work, at home, in relationships, and with friends and loved ones?

Alcohol dependency has two parts; a physical addition, and a mental addiction. Self hypnosis helps you tackle the second – the mental, subconscious part of the problem – and this makes it a lot easier for you to consciously take control and tackle the physical part.

Listening to this download helps you rediscover the mindset of a non-drinker; a time in your life when alcohol wasn’t a problem. Make this a new beginning, and start building a happier healthier life today.


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A word of advice


Almost anyone can be hypnotised if they so choose, but one exception is a person who is under the influence of alcohol.

You see, hypnosis involves having a heightened, though narrowly focused, sense of awareness, and I think you’ll agree, when intoxicated, a person isn’t aware of very much at all. So it’s of little benefit to listen to any of these recordings while under the influence of alcohol.


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