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Get Help Overcoming Meth Addiction with Hypnosis

Build the strength and resolve to move past your methamphetamine addiction for good

Are you struggling to overcome an addiction to meth?

Do the withdrawal symptoms and cravings feel like more than you can stand?

As you probably know, methamphetamine is a powerful stimulant that causes massive release of the pleasure neurotransmitter dopamine, producing an intense high. You’re flooded with energy and confidence, feeling almost invincible. But of course, it’s not long before you come crashing back down.

Even if you started with the intention of just trying it once, it’s hard to resist the temptation to do it again – especially if there are parts of your life you’d like to escape. There’s no doubt the high feels good, especially those first few times. But with every dose, your body builds tolerance, until eventually you need a hit to feel any kind of pleasure at all. Life loses all its lustre so that all you care about is the next hit.

In the meantime, your physical and mental health are deteriorating fast. Side effects of meth abuse can include paranoia, hallucinations, impaired cognitive ability, poor motor control, erratic mood, memory loss, aggressive behaviour, extreme weight loss, dental problems, and skin sores. In the long term, you are at risk of pulmonary hypertension, stroke, circulatory collapse, kidney failure, and even Parkinson’s disease.1

When life loses meaning

When you’ve lost the ability to feel pleasure in real life, it’s no wonder you keep turning back to meth. It can feel like there’s no point even trying to quit, since your real life holds no potential for enjoyment anyway. But while this might feel true now, the reality is that you can enjoy life again.

Your brain has an almost infinite capacity to heal and rewire itself. It may take a while for your brain to return to normal function, but it will happen. The healing begins as soon as you stop using.

The process of overcoming addiction

Many people have walked the path of addiction recovery and successfully reclaimed the life meth addiction stole from them. And the fact you’re reading this suggests that you know it’s time to walk that path yourself. It’s not easy, but it can be done.

Meth withdrawal symptoms can include muscle weakness or pain, decreased appetite, fatigue, insomnia, headaches, and feelings of hopelessness, sadness, anxiety, and depression. It goes without saying that these are not symptoms you want to have to push through on your own. So as you move through your recovery from meth addiction, it is important to make sure you have a strong support system behind you.

Seek out friends and family who you trust and ask for their support, and find a medical professional who can help you in your recovery. You may even want to seek out a rehabilitation program, especially if this is not your first time trying to quit.

How hypnosis can help

Overcome Meth Addiction is an audio hypnosis session that will ease you through the process of moving past your addiction.

As you relax and listen repeatedly to your session, you’ll notice that you:

  • Feel less discomfort from withdrawal and experience fewer cravings
  • Start to feel more like your real self again
  • Begin to draw genuine enjoyment from everyday activities
  • Are increasingly confident of staying clean.

Download Overcome Meth Addiction now and take back control of your life. You can listen on your computer or device or via our free app which you can access when you have completed your purchase.

1. https://www.uk-rehab.com/drug-addiction/meth/

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Get Help Overcoming Meth Addiction with Hypnosis Build the strength and resolve to move past your methamphetamine addiction for good.
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Overcome Meth Addiction

Get Help Overcoming Meth Addiction with Hypnosis Build the strength and resolve to move past your methamphetamine addiction for good.