Detoxing can be tough, and experiencing alcohol withdrawal symptoms can cause a recovering heavy drinker to have unbearable cravings for alcohol.
Although symptoms vary from person to person, withdrawal symptoms can consist of shaking, uncomfortable headaches, cold sweats, difficulties sleeping and heart palpitations.
Not everyone suffers from such severe symptoms, but for those that are detoxing, staying off of alcohol and giving up completely would benefit from some advice on how to deal with the effects of withdrawal.
The following techniques can help.
Hypnosis for dealing with withdrawal effects
Many former heavy drinkers who have managed to detox successfully have managed to deal with withdrawal using hypnosis.
Self hypnosis is risk free and effective at obtaining results in many fields of life.
Creating a smooth pathway through alcohol detox and managing withdrawal symptoms is just one of the many benefits of self hypnosis.
Having a program that you can comfortably listen to using your mp3 player relaxing in your own home or elsewhere, is far more practical and more economical than hypnotherapy or expensive clinics.
Watch the video below to see how hypnosis works.
More Natural Techniques
Drinking lots of water, fruit juices and eating plenty of fruit and vegetables is advised for former heavy drinkers that are detoxing.
Intense exercise, which helps to flush out toxins from your body, should help relieve unpleasant symptoms, while allowing you to focus on activities that distract you from your cravings.
Focusing on a dedicated hobby, working extra hours and changing your immediate environment can help your mind to move on to concentrate and work on new projects.
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