Does Hypnosis Work for Alcoholism Addiction?
Like many forms of alcoholism addiction treatment the success of hypnosis ultimately lies with the patient. In other words, if they believe it will work and are open to it, they are more likely to have success.
The sessions consist of putting the person is into a relaxed, hyper-responsive state, where his subconscious mind is highly open to suggestion. The person is not asleep or unconscious but instead focused intently on what the hypnotist is asking.
There two kinds of hypnosis: Analysis and Suggestion.
Analysis finds the root cause of an addiction or disorder that is hidden in unconscious memory. Once found, this can be addressed in future sessions.
“Hypnosis avoids the critical censor of the conscious mind, which often defeats what we know to be in our best interests. The effectiveness of hypnosis appears to lie in the way in which it bypasses the critical observation and interference of the conscious mind, allowing the client’s intentions for change to take effect,” says the American Society of Clinical Hypnosis.
In suggestion therapy, the patient is more open to suggestions meaning their behaviors (eating, drinking, etc.) can be changed.
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In an American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis study of drug and alcohol-addicted patients, the success rate (drug or alcohol-free for one year) was 77% for an intense Alcoholism Addiction treatment using hypnosis.
Source: recoverycorps.org (relapse is 2 out of 3 the first year without hypnosis)