HELPING ADDICTIONS WITH HYPNOTHERAPY IN LONDON, READING AND DIDCOT
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HELPING WITH ADDICTIONS OF ALL KINDS USING HYPNOTHERAPY AND NLP. THIS WILL ADDICTIONS TO ALL KINDS OF DRUGS INCLUDING ALCOHOL AND OTHER LEGAL DRUGS – SUCH AS ANTI-DEPRESSANTS. AND ADDICTION TO GAMBLING AND OVER-SPENDING
WHAT IS AN ADDICTION?
A simple description of an addiction is – something we cannot give up – although we might want to, and sometimes we might not even be aware that we are addicted to something in the first place, sometimes we need to be told. Of course there is much more to addictions than this and we can become addicted to almost anything.
Addictions come in many shapes and forms and include alcohol, drug andsubstance misuse, gambling, to chocolate, sugar and carbohydrates, shopping, compulsive spending, FaceBook internet, television, video and computer gaming, sex, pornography, self-harm, exercise, work and religion (and more).
Alcohol, substances & drugs – legal and illegal
Common substances, foods and drugs which are addictive to varying degrees include heroin, methadone, crack cocaine, cocaine, pcp or phencyclidene, speed or amphetamines, ketamine, ecstasy and MDMA, acid and LSD, cannabis and marijuana, inhalants and solvents, sugar, caffeine and steroids.
Substance misuse can involve the taking of a combination of legal and/orillegal drugs and prescribed medication. This can include alcohol with or without other substances. With any substance misuse there will be a physical and/or psychological dependency.
Physical dependency of a substance is defined by the appearance of withdrawal symptoms when the substance is suddenly taken away or stopped. Some examples of such substances are alcohol, opiates, benzodiazepines, barbiturates and nicotine.
Psychological dependency is a dependency of the mind and when the substance is withdrawn this often leads to withdrawal symptoms such as depression,anxiety, irritability, insomnia, headaches, nausea as well as the cravings for the substance (and many, many more).
Addiction as described by the NHS – HERE
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