There are many types of addictive symptoms and people can be addicted to a wide variety of things. When it comes to defining what addiction means, no matter what type of addiction, there are usually a few common characteristics. At some point the person can’t stop the behavior, it becomes self destructive and starts to have negative consequences which are often ignored and tend to get bigger as time goes by.
Regardless of the circumstances, an addicted individual doesn’t seem to have any consciousness of how it’s effecting them or others around them. There is no limitation on what an individual can be addicted to. There are gambling addicts, drug addicts, sex addicts, there is no end to what kind of thing one can be a addict to. Among some of them are: sweets, caffeine/coffee, alcohol, and sodas. It is no longer considered just a physical need to consume alcoholic beverages and drugs, these days one can have an addiction to almost anything including money, shopping, other people, just about anything that predictably helps them to change their feelings to a happier state.
Any of the addictions mentioned above can and often do have a negative mental and physical effect on the person who is actively involved. Take caffeine for instance; it is consumed daily by billions, it is a very addicting drug that releases the body’s natural adrenalin, only in amounts that aren’t safe or healthy. Caffeine makes your heart beat faster, you breath faster, and you can die faster from a stroke or heart attack. Yet it is a drug that is found in coffee and tea that can cause the following side effects: Constant headaches, Chronic fatigue, Depression, Mood Swings, Rapid or irregular heart beats and even more…
The release of serotonin occurs after the adrenalin response to high sugar intake, which also elevates insulin levels in the body and that can be fatal! You get a short high and start coming down because it is making blood sugar levels drop. Usually, this is when the individual with the addiction will consume even more, and it continuously goes in cycles.
Individuals with an addiction no longer have control of themselves. They can no longer make the right choices, and cannot stop themselves even though it has became destructive to them, their lives, and their families. If they do not seek help they will keep doing it over and over again. No matter how much will power they may have once had, after they become addicted to something they lose the will power to stop.
Most addicts are in denial, not willing to face the truth about what they’re doing, or they’ll deny that it has gotten out of control. It is hard for them to cope with holding down a job, and they’ll have more than their share of problems, which only gives them more reason to keep doing it.
There are sessions available with Jill Fischer, that consist of techniques that are used in a special combination that will slowly work on the mind, consciously and subconsciously. She uses this approach during her sessions to treat various additions with a great number of individuals. Helping them to release that desire to indulge in whatever their addictions may be.
Using hypnotherapy with advanced Mind Reset Technology, the principles of neuro-linguistic programming and cognitive behavioral therapy you will be guided to re-frame your addictive thoughts and to refrain from your addictive behaviors.
It works in this matter:
You’ll be helped to identify the underlying causes of your addiction and heal the stress they cause making it easier to diminish associating your mind with your old dependencies.
It will leave you living at a higher level, a level of choice, a level on which you feel good about yourself. Jill helps you rediscover and experience your self-esteem, self-worth and self-confidence and allows you to live a much happier and healthier life.
The impact of addictions on relationships is predictably detrimental and destructive and will spiral downwards if left ignored. Trust and safety are exchanged for denial and survival behaviours. Once the addict willingly intervenes and commits to healing and recovery, relationships will need to heal as well. Rebuilding trust is critical to healing relationships and creating a new way of living and loving life.
The very word “trust” has two distinctive components: emotional and logical. To trust a person emotionally is to expose your vulnerabilities, and be open and honest. You can logically trust in the outcome of an event or a situation if you have assessed the probabilities of gain and loss, calculated evidence or data, and have done your due diligence. A positive element of trust, whether in the workplace or a personal relationship, will smooth the way for healthy advancement and growth.
Mistrust or distrust can result from negative past experiences; they are forms of self-protection. Sometimes it’s appropriate to not trust another person. However, these emotional defenses sometimes grow to unhealthy proportions and block you from close relationships or moving forward in other areas of your life. If past experiences have left you feeling wounded, you may have trouble trusting others. Perhaps you feel you’ve made “poor” choices or haven’t always used your best judgment, and feel unable to trust even yourself.
Almost all conflicts result from miscommunication, both given and received. Misunderstandings resulting from poor communication can easily make relationships worse. Further, once conflict arises, communication problems increase because, when in conflict, we tend to not communicate as frequently, openly or accurately. Perhaps we don’t trust ourselves or the other person. Thus open and honest communication is central to relationships.
If you or someone you know has irrational trust issues or trouble with relationships, there is hope. It is important to first recognize the quality of your relationships, and then choose to deal with the root causes. Problems in relationships are never sourced from the other person. We all know that we cannot change another – no matter how hard we’ve tried, each person is responsible for themselves. We can only look to ourselves for what we want to create.
When you are ready to seek healing, hypnotherapy can help you find ways to cope with and overcome your past negative and painful emotions within. Hypnotherapy will help you accept and heal your experiences and rebuild your ability to trust yourself and others. Instead of pulling away as a means of protecting your feelings, you will instead learn to take steps toward trusting yourself and choosing trustworthy people in your life.
Hypnotherapy sessions will address the cause of your fears and give you skills to assess people and situations appropriately. By incorporating hypnotherapy into your life you will create an effective healing process, allowing you to feel more comfortable in all of your relationships.
Under hypnosis you will be calm and relaxed – in a state of mind where you can bring about your desired changes through suggestion easily. Hypnotherapy is very soothing and therapeutic. At first, the results from hypnotherapy can seem quite subtle, but they will make amazing changes for you. These shifts will be life-changing and allow you to create healthier relationships.