What is Alcoholism?
Alcoholism can become a very serious ailment to those who struggle to put down the bottle for good. This addiction can manifest itself within the individual due to many different reasons. Why someone might abuse alcohol is very much dependant on the individual finding some form of release from excessive drinking. It shouldn’t even have to be stated at this point, but there are very serious health issues that can arise from developing a case of alcoholism. The recommended units for adults of both sexes are placed on the bottle for a reason, and although many see this as more of a suggestion than an outright recommendation, this does not strip it of importance.
Many of those suffering with alcoholism will find that getting off is a lot harder than getting on. Once alcohol is in your system, the depressants effects will remain within the system of the individual for hours at a time. Alcohol is very easily obtained via supermarkets and pubs, which makes this addiction one of the most common due to the proximity one has to alcohol/the ease of access to drink. Obligations that are instrumental in everyday life, could be considered secondary to the need to drink to certain alcoholics. When these people understand there is an issue here they may attempt to stop, but this then welcomes withdrawal symptoms that cause the individual to numb the pain again by consuming alcohol once more.
When does Alcoholism become a mental health issue?
Alcoholism can cause one to act out in ways they normally wouldn’t. The first step to any recovery is awareness that there is a problem there to begin with, and with alcoholism that is ever-poignant. Being told one has a problem can cause one to lash out at those they consider as loved ones. This is due to the ever-growing dependance one faces when continuing down a path that has a long way back. Being an alcoholic is incredibly difficult to confront within yourself, hence why there are so many recovery meetings each year.
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An Alternative Treatment for Alcoholism
Once you have identified that there is a clear issue here with alcohol, only then can you proceed accordingly. If you happen to be looking for techniques/treatments that solve this issues within yourself then look no further than The Hudson Mind Theory (HMT), which could serve as a potential solution. This theory works in a similar way to hypnotherapy in that it gives you the ability to control your consciousness in ways you didn’t know existed previously.
With this theory you are given the ability to control your own mental wellbeing despite being very much of the opinion that this is something that you may not come back from. You are never locked in this position, this is a key step to understand in order for a full recovery. HMT is a solution to self-recovery, and it is incredibly effective at achieving this — no matter how strong the drink.
Sessions for HMT allow one to counteract their woes rather quickly, and can even take place via Skype and FaceTime respectively. Previous patients of this treatment have noticed significant results from simply 1 or 2 sessions with one of our practitioners. To view more of our treatments check out our
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