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Hypnotherapy for Drug Problems

Research does show that many drugs can have long lasting physical and psychological effects (with a team of other psychologists, I myself have conducted and published research on this).    And, if this isn’t bad enough, a dependency on the drugs may also develop.  People may find that they can’t cope and function without them.  This may be experienced as an uncontrollable need for the drug and, if this is not satisfied, withdrawal symptoms.  When the body has become accustomed to the presence of the drug and when it is withdrawn, symptoms such as sweating, tremors, insomnia, vomiting and headaches may result.


So, what’s the solution?  Because drug dependency involves physical, psychological and social components, it can be extremely difficult to break.  Will power alone is a difficult route to giving up drugs – and often not effective or sufficient.  Unfortunately, failed attempts at giving up drugs may then lead people to doubt their ability to take effective control of their lives and escape the clutches of the drug.


Fortunately a combination of hypnotherapy and NLP can provide a very effective and lasting solution.  Drug habits are learned and as such can be unlearned.  Hypnotherapy can ‘interrupt’ and change some of the automatic links that have been learned and that maintain the dependent behaviour and carvings for the drug.

Hypnotherapy is an effective, safe and rapid way escape from drug dependency.  You don’t need to go through a physically and psychologically traumatic withdrawal process and it doesn’t rely on willpower.  You can take control of your life again.  With enhanced self- esteem and confidence, you can enjoy your life and look forward to the future.

With just one e-mail or phone call you can take the first step to a new and better future.

Dr Phil Erwin provides effective hypnotherapy for drug dependency and substance abuse

Do you feel you are using non-prescribed drugs too much?  Are they taking up much of your spare cash?  Do you feel dependent on drugs?


When people initially decide to experiment with drugs they may regard them as enhancing and pleasurable aspects of their lives.  Perhaps a part of their social scene.  Unfortunately this situation may change and, far from enhancing your life, they can cause considerable distress.  You may feel the need to hide the extent of your drug usage, and it may prevent you leading a normal life.  

Dr Phil Erwin Hypnotherapy