- Restless sleep and insomnia
- Liver damage / Cirrhosis
- Delusional tendencies
- Difﬁculty remembering things
- Raised blood pressure
- Anxiety after waking
- Sweating and the shakes
- Nausea or retching in the morning
- Vomiting / retching severely
- Seizures or ﬁts
- Brain switches into starvation mode
- Increase in appetite and eating
- Narrowing of arteries / heart damage
- Damages babies’ health in pregnancy
- Links to Alzheimer’s
- Dementia / memory loss
- Loss of clarity in thinking
- Cellular neurological damage to brain
- Increased risk of cancers
- Relationship issues
- Increased violence & crime
- Unemployment / job loss
- Unable to hold down a job
- Loss of friends & acquaintances
- Setting bad example to children
- Never socially sober
- Socially unacceptable / inappropriate
- Staying healthy and in control
- Improved immune system
- Less strain on your heart
- Easy to maintain with Hypnosis and NLP
- Withdrawal symptoms and triggers controlled
- Healthy heart and healthy mind
- Positive clearer-thinking patterns possible
- Keep your job, potential for promotion
- Improved relationships at home & workplace
- Marriage / partnership revived / saved
- Wife / partner and children happier
- Clear level-headedness
- Self-control regained
- Common sense & dignity restored
- Serious-mindedness renewed
- Setting / rejoicing in an example to all
- Celebrating being sober & cash rich
- Pride in being FREE of alcohol addiction
Cutting down or stopping drinking is usually just the beginning. Most people will need some help, which is what Hypnotherapy & NLP provides. It gives
you a manageable, long-term Subconscious Support Plan so you are in control and can stay completely alcohol-free. Getting the right and effective support,
short and long term, can be crucial to staying in control in the future. Relying only on your family, friends or carers for support is often not enough.
Lindsay guarantees results or another session free – but that’s rarely needed!
This is SMART Recovery that lasts.
How well do you sleep
research, commissioned by the Government, has shown that drinkers in England are unaware of the effects booze can have on sleep and vital brain functions.
The ‘Know Your Limits’ survey by YouGov found that over half of the 2,000 participants didn’t realise that drinking more than the recommended daily limit
of alcohol can cause sleep problems. Of those people who were unaware, 63% were men and 53% women.
Nearly half the people who took the survey admitted being tired the day after drinking more than they should - but many didn’t realise it was because the
alcohol had interfered with their normal sleep pattern.
Drinking too much alcohol can disrupt your sleep and leave you dehydrated. Excessive alcohol consumption also puts your long-term health at risk by increasing
your chances of suffering liver cirrhosis (a chronic liver disease marked by degeneration of cells, inﬂammation and thickening of tissue), stroke or
Alcohol affects sleep by preventing the brain from releasing a chemical that regulates the amount of water in your body. It can wake you
up as your body tries to ﬂush out water, which leads to dehydration. That puts a strain on your body and contributes to the headache you get after
A few glasses of wine or a heavy drinking session will put you in a deep sleep. However, drinking before bedtime reduces the quality of
your sleep and encourages dehydration, altering the blood pressure in your brain. That’s why you wake up feeling tired and sluggish.
The recommended daily limit for alcohol consumption is 2-3 units per day for women (equal to one 250ml glass of 12% alcohol wine) and
3-4 units per day for men (equal to one pint of 5.2% alcohol beer). More than ten million adults are thought to regularly exceed these limits in England
If you struggle to get a good night’s sleep and rely on alcohol, you’ll automatically receive Lindsay's sleep guide with over 30 helpful,
practical, effective solutions on 'how to get a good night’s sleep'.
It will really help you improve your results as you follow your Hypno- NLP-EFT Therapy programme.
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The Road to Recovery
Effective, appropriate, life-changing Hypnosis and NLP Therapy Intervention Treatment can FREE you, in both the short and the long term, from your relationship
If you are physically dependent (addicted), you should perhaps consider doing a medical detox before starting your therapy.
Sometimes Hypnotherapy is useful during this 5-day Medical Drug detox, which you should discuss with your Doctor / and / or appropriate specialist Addiction
Counsellor, to support and control withdrawal symptoms.
Though I discourage using drugs, they work if things are desperate; I will get you off the drugs too, as and when it’s appropriate and necessary.
I use a combination of Hypnosis and NLP (Neuro-Linguistic Programming) Interventions to create a sense of loathing - a real disgust - for alcohol which
works 24/7. Supporting your immune system with your extraordinary subconscious provides a permanent and effective change. There'll be no turning back,
guaranteed - your body and mind will be reconﬁgured!
Remember your body and mind need re-programming to be successful. That's where Hypnotherapy / NLP comes in, to ensure your long-term healthy objectives
and make you a survivor: someone who’s made the move from being a victim to ﬁghting for your right to live.
Most alcoholics or drug addicts have several addictions, and smoking is the most common other addiction by far.
Many recovering alcoholics don’t realise that their cigarette smoking is probably an even greater threat to their health and survival than their drinking
More alcoholics die of diseases related to smoking than of diseases related to drinking. Smoking has also been linked to a range of health
problems such as rheumatoid arthritis and osteoporosis-related hip fractures, as well cancer and heart disease.
New studies have shown there’s a lot of cross-addiction between nicotine and alcohol, because nicotine increases the craving for alcohol.
For many alcoholics, smoking is also a trigger for drinking, so getting clean from cigarettes is a major step toward reducing cravings for alcohol. Many
recovering alcoholics have successfully kicked smoking after they quit drinking.
At the start of your session I will be saying:
'Before you close your eyes and begin to relax very deeply, I’m just going to say a few words about alcohol withdrawal.'
Your doctor might prescribe medication and psychological support while your body and mind become free of alcohol. There are many resources
available from support groups, treatment and rehabilitation centres, professional counselling and pharmacological treatment. This hypnotic session will make becoming free of alcohol easier – and it will make you feel better about getting away from a way of life that was undermining you.
Alcohol is the number one abused drug in the world. We talk about ‘abusing alcohol’ but actually... it abuses us. It kills people
and kills relationships and steals ﬁnancial security. Alcohol misuse is closely linked to violent behaviour and car crashes. It ages the body and can cause the brain to deteriorate to the point of psychosis.
Like all addictions, what comes in the guise of a friend and comforter is actually a thief and con artist. It promises comfort – but ultimately brings
misery and desolation. An intense relationship with alcohol is like any abusive relationship. Once you are free of it, it will occasionally try to
win you back.
When someone breaks free of a damaging relationship there often comes a time when they are feeling a little down, a little bored, a little
lonely, or have started to view that past relationship with rose- tinted spectacles, conveniently forgetting all the heartache that went with it. And
one night the ex- abusive partner phones them up and suggests maybe they could just meet up, no strings attached, just for old time’s sake. That is
the time to be strong – the time to really see that person for the liar and cheat and bully they really are
And there will be times when alcohol will attempt to do that to you. It will try to win you back because before you were an easy target.
And you’ll be ready for it when it tries to con you. And the more you ignore it when it attempts to manipulate you, the less it will bother trying
to con you back into a relationship with it. Like any bully, the more you tell it ‘NO’, the less and less it will even attempt to drag you down again.
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