HOW HYPNOSIS CAN HELP YOU IN YOUR ADDICTION RECOVERY
Hypnosis allows you to regain control over your compulsive thoughts and gain mastery over them. Imagine being able to learn, observe and respond to impulses in a whole new way.
Given that addiction is at base a physical illness with mind-body interactions, hypnotherapy seems a natural fit to re-programming both the mind and the body. Psychiatrists theorize that the deep relaxation and focusing exercises of hypnotism, relaxes the conscious mind so that it takes a less active role in your thinking process, allowing you to access the deeper subconscious, which controls automatic behaviors and processes the physical information your body receives.
In this deep state of true relaxation you can explore and investigate the roots of stress and anxiety and begin a path to true freedom. Relaxing the mind can get to the heart of unhealthy thoughts and beliefs…and we can begin to re-program our habits by replacing our thoughts.
One of the natural benefits of the hypnosis process is a reduction of stress and anxiety levels due to the endorphin and serotonin release that accompanies each hypnosis session. The endorphin response offers the ability to neutralize adrenal chemicals and restore the body and mind to a natural balance. Along with experiencing the relaxing effects of the hypnosis process, you will learn new coping skills to manage everyday stressors including advanced breathing techniques.
For further information about Addiction and the use of Hypnosis or to schedule an appointment, please call Jolene for a phone or in office appointment at 801-942-6175 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
**Multiple hypnosis sessions may be needed to obtain your goals with hypnosis. Call to schedule an individual session, customized to your unique needs. Hypnosis is never a replacement for regular medical treatment. Hypnosis is often best used in conjunction with other wellness processes to achieve your desired results and outcomes. Please never listen to your download while driving or operating mechanical equipment.**