Curb Your Bad Habits With Hypnotherapy

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Not all habits are bad. Do you have ones that you would like to keep but are struggling to get rid of those habits that are not serving you?

A habit is an automated behavioural action that enables you to perform certain activities in your daily life which could be either beneficial or detrimental to various aspects of your life.

How is a habit started?

As humans, we have the wonderful ability to learn new things. We can learn things that at first seemed complex but through repetition, they can become effortless.

This is how we learn to walk, to talk, to write, to drive. Most new skills are learned through this process. We concentrate on the new task repeatedly until eventually, it is as if we create a part of us that does that automatically for us so that we don’t have to think about it consciously anymore. It becomes an automatic pattern of behaviour.

This system works beautifully when we are learning a new beneficial skill but what happens when this automatic behaviour happens and we don’t like the behaviour?

It is very difficult to change an automatic behaviour consciously, that’s why most people struggle with willpower.

The power of hypnotherapy is that this unwanted behavioural pattern can be changed at a subconscious level via hypnosis. Once the conscious mind and the subconscious mind are in agreement with each other lasting change happens rapidly.

That’s why many people tend to seek help from a hypnotherapist.

The use of Hypnotherapy to break bad habits

Hypnotherapy is a safe, proven and effective tool for directly accessing the power of the subconscious mind where change can happen.

Modern hypnotherapy is a collaborative effort wherein the client and Hypnotherapist interact and work together, via the pleasant and naturally occurring phenomena we have labelled “trance” (the same state that everyone experiences just before falling asleep at night ) to bring about the positive changes that the client has identified as desirable and to achieve lasting improvement in the quality of the client’s life.

It can help you to become sharper and more mentally aware. It enables you to achieve your goals, such as quitting smoking, losing weight, overcoming your dependencies, conquering your fears, reaching your full potential at home or work and bringing about dramatic change and self-improvement.

How does it work?

1. Hypnotherapy can reprogram your negative thought patterns.

Your bad habit is paired with negative thoughts and beliefs.  Such as “I shouldn’t allow myself to get hungry”  (so you overeat) ), or this assignment is very tough (and you start playing more rounds of candy crush).

2. Hypnotherapy can replace your bad habit with a fresh, positive habit.

Ingrained bad habits seldom respond to conscious recommendations either internally or from someone else. Through Hypnotherapy the suggestions given to the subconscious mind by the therapist have a strong chance of being accepted by the subconscious mind enabling you to make the changes.

3. Hypnotherapy can also treat the underlying triggers to your habit.

For example, during a Quit Smoking session we work out what the subconscious triggers and patterns are that are keeping you smoking and we release them. Once they are released and you eliminate the habit you leave the session a NON-SMOKER for life.

Conclusion

Hypnosis is not magic. Instead, it helps you to reframe your thinking. Hypnosis is a powerful and natural tool and it can be applied to any of your bad habits you desire to change or modify.

An experienced hypnotherapist can help you to overcome your bad habits and so that you have a sense of freedom and control around your choices.

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References-

How to Break Bad Habits with Hypnotherapy

Overcoming Bad Habits

You can beat bad habits with hypnotherapy

Medical Disclaimer-

This article is for information purposes only and is not intended as medical advice. For medical advice, always consult your physician. The information provided in this blog is based on the author’s best knowledge of writing. We do not assume liability for the information within this blog, be it direct or indirect, consequential, special, exemplary, or other damages.

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