Fanis Makrigiannis of Mind Spirit Body Hypnosis can help you overcome your addictions by using powerful advanced Hypnotherapy and Neuro-linguistic Programming.
Addictions are a type of mental disorder that is characterized by an intense desire to do something, despite the consequences. The most common types of addictions are drug addiction and alcohol addiction. They can also be a result of behavioural addiction, such as eating disorders or video game addiction.
Addictions begin in different ways but they all have one thing in common: they provide a temporary feeling of pleasure, relief from stress, or escape from reality for the individual. This makes it hard for people to stop doing the addictive behaviour even when it is causing negative consequences in their life.
It is important to know the types of addictions that people can have so that they can better understand their addictions and work on curing them.
Addiction is a chronic brain disorder characterized by compulsive engagement in rewarding stimuli despite adverse consequences. Addictive substances and activities produce short-term pleasurable effects, while repeated use leads to long-term changes in brain function.
There are three major categories of addictions: substance abuse, behavioural addiction, and process addiction.
Substance abuse involves the use of any psychoactive substance including alcohol, tobacco products, prescription drugs and illicit drugs such as cocaine or heroin.
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Behavioural addiction includes gambling disorder (gambling), sex addiction (sexual behaviour), internet gaming disorder (video games) and shopping disorder (shopping).
Hypnosis is a form of psychotherapy that has been used for many years to treat addictions.
When it comes to addiction, the most common type of treatment is behavioural therapy, which teaches people how to avoid their triggers and manage their cravings. This form of therapy can be difficult for some patients because it requires them to have a high level of self-control and motivation. Hypnosis is a less intense form of treatment that can be used alongside behavioural therapy or on its own.
Hypnosis is a technique that can be used to help with addiction. It can be used as a therapy for people who are addicted to substances or behaviours.
It is not just about stopping the addictive behaviour, but also about changing the way that person sees themselves and their addiction. The hypnotherapy process for addictions starts with a therapist creating a safe space in which they can explore their thoughts and feelings on the addiction while being under hypnosis.
This section will talk about how hypnotherapy helps with addictions, and then it will go into detail on the hypnotherapy process for addictions.
Hypnotherapy is one of the most effective ways to cure addictions. It helps people to stop smoking, stop drinking, and get over any other addiction.
Hypnosis is a trance-like state where the person is focused and attentive. It is used to help people change their thoughts, feelings and behaviours.
Addictions are compulsive behaviours that an individual cannot stop despite serious consequences. They are often caused by patterns of thinking and feeling that are reinforced by the brain’s reward system.
Hypnosis can be very effective in helping people to break these patterns of thinking and feeling, which can lead to addiction being cured.
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