Habits and Addictions
Unwanted habits can be broken once you really want to break them. Hypnotherapy is a proven successful therapy for making the shift from smoker to non-smoker a smooth one. AA and Smart Recovery participants often use hypnotherapists in their recovery process. Whether biting your nails or pulling your hair, one not only has the physical results of the habit, but one is left feeling more stressed. Whatever the unwanted habit or addiction you can build neuropathways to create positive thoughts to replace the negative thoughts that lead to wanted behavior and feelings. Neurolinguistic Programming is also a proven method in creating the change you are looking for. Cyclical negative thinking patterns can result in a feeling of depression or hopelessness. Becoming aware of these thoughts is the first step in changing your life. Your brain has a plasticity in that it is able to rebuild new positive pathways leading to health and well-being. Seventy-five percent of all health issues can be traced to some form of negative thinking habits that are manifested in anxiety, stress, and worry.