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Ending cannabis (marijuana-weed-pot-etc) addiction

Using The Power of NLP and Hypnotherapy To Overcome Your Addiction To Cannabis

Pot, weed, skunk, or blow, it doesn’t matter what you call it; when you’re addicted to cannabis, nothing else seems to matter.  The compulsion and craving becomes a way of life, very quickly affecting your life in ways that are negative and destructive.  Even though it causes so much pain, the idea of giving it up can be even scarier for someone who is addicted.  Life with cannabis or life without cannabis – neither of these choices is very appealing.

The Realities Of Cannabis Addiction

Unlike some other drugs, cannabis does not create a physical addiction; instead, it creates a very powerful psychological addiction that drives you to continue using it over and over again.  And the more you use it, the more you have to use in order to achieve the same “high” as before. 

How do you know if you’re addicted to cannabis?  Here are some of the common symptoms:

Whether you have one of these symptoms or all six of these symptoms, if you’re addicted to cannabis it has a negative impact on your life.  It costs a lot of money to support your addiction, your friends and family likely avoid you, and the common “munchies” that go along with using cannabis can leave you overweight and unhealthy.

How NLP And Hypnotherapy Can Help End Your Cannabis Addiction

Because cannabis is a psychological addiction, NLP and hypnotherapy are especially well suited for dealing with the problem.  These techniques target both your conscious and unconscious mind, helping you make conscious decisions about new behaviours and tapping into the deeper resources of your unconscious mind.

For some people, NLP and hypnotherapy put a total end to the craving for cannabis.  For others, the craving goes away for a few days, but then comes back again; NLP and hypnotherapy tools then become very helpful for controlling and overcoming the craving.  And for still other people, the craving is still there but the compelling edge is gone and they find it easy to deal with it; over time, the craving gradually fades away.  The bottom line is that when you use NLP and hypnotherapy to change your thought patterns, you are able to stop using cannabis and feel better without missing it at all.

How Long Will Treatment Take?

For most people, the combination of NLP and hypnotherapy is successful with as few as two or three one-hour sessions.