Back to all

Hypnosis for Bad Habits

What causes bad habits?

Bad habits do not simply happen; they occur as the result of certain triggers. Many bad habits are triggered by more than one cause.

It’s not uncommon for bad habits to have multiple triggers. For example, if you drink more alcohol than you would like, your triggers could be social (hanging out at bars), emotional (dealing with frequent stress or sadness), and/or connected to certain days and times.

After identifying the cues that cause a bad habit, you can decide how to remove or reduce your exposure to those cues. This approach will be more sustainable and effective than simply trying to have more willpower.

Undo Mental Obsessions With Hypnotherapy

There are habits in all of us – those idiosyncratic tics that make us uniquely individual. Some habits are harmless, but others can be intrusive, unpleasant, or socially unacceptable. Additionally, we know that our patterns are often subconscious, and we don’t even realise we have them. Your conscious or logical mind recognises that it may not be a desirable activity, but that doesn’t usually stop you from doing it. We spend a good deal of time in our own thoughts, which is effectively a trance state, and it is not until we pay conscious attention to a problem that we begin to realise it is a problem. No matter what habit you want to break free from, such as biting your nails, pulling your hair, or picking your nose, our hypnotherapy for habits is the way to go.

How Hypnosis For Bad Habits Can Help

Often, all it takes is a single session of hypnotherapy to stop a bad habit dead in its tracks and keep the habit kicked to the curb for good. However, there are times when there are tensions and anxieties that fuel a habit, and it may take longer to work deeper to remove the triggers. Regardless of what the pattern may be, the good news is that it does not have to remain a habit.

What To Expect From Hypnosis For Bad Habits

As a result of hypnotherapy, you become passive and compliant after entering a hypnotic trance. After that, you may follow the hypnotist’s or hypnotherapist’s suggestions in a more relaxed way. During this calm, suggestible state, you are more likely to look at your addictions from a new perspective. Giving up a habit that feels central to one’s identity may seem plausible and even desirable in this relaxed, suggestible state.

Your Life Can Change Completely With Hypnotherapy

Your unconscious mind can be accessed with hypnosis, the unconscious mind which is willing to accept new ideas, behaviors, and insights. With hypnosis, you can increase your productivity, reduce your anxiety, or break bad habits, whether you want to improve your performance, reduce your stress, or break bad habits. Hypnosis can be your ticket to maximising your potential.

Book your appointment