Overcome alcohol addiction

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Overcome alcohol addiction

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This professional hypnosis download has been created to help you start your journey towards an alcohol free life. It will encourage you to break the cycle of alcohol addiction and replace this destructive habit with new healthy behaviours…

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If you suffer from alcohol addiction you are certainly not alone. Around 76 million people in the world have alcohol use disorders. Alcohol addiction can quickly spiral into a problem that affects every aspect of your life. Not only do you feel trapped in an endless cycle of resolutions and regret but your relationships and work can suffer too.

Once you have spoken to your heath care provider you should be given details of support groups such as Alcoholics Anonymous and Addaction (see below). We strongly recommend that you take whatever help is available to you as overcoming alcohol addiction is much easier with support.

This download is not intended as a stand alone treatment or “cure” for alcoholism, especially if has been a long-term addiction. Rather, it has been designed to help you begin a journey towards an alcohol free future. It will help you regain control and motivate you to take steps towards a healthier and happier future.

Hypnosis works by changing the way in which you see alcohol and the effect it has on your life. By working with the unconscious mind it can help change the automatic nature of habits and addictions.

Download Overcome alcohol addiction today and take an important step towards changing your relationship with alcohol for good! Listen regularly for best results.

 

 
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Self-help groups for alcohol addiction:

  • Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) is a free self-help group. Its "12-step" programme involves getting sober with the help of regular support groups. AA's belief is that people with drink problems need to give up alcohol permanently. 
  • Al-Anon Family Groups offer support and understanding to the families and friends of problem drinkers, whether they're still drinking or not. Alateen is part of Al-Anon and can be attended by 12- to 17-year-olds who are affected by another person's drinking, usually a parent.
  • Addaction is a UK-wide treatment agency that helps individuals, families and communities to manage the effects of drug and alcohol misuse.
  • Adfam is a national charity working with families affected by drugs and alcohol. Adfam operates an online message board and database of local support groups.
  • The National Association for Children of Alcoholics (Nacoa) provides a free, confidential telephone and email helpline for children of alcohol-dependent parents and others concerned with their welfare. Call 0800 358 3456 for the Nacoa helpline.

Source: NHS Choices website (www.nhs.uk)