There is a way to resolve problem gambling that is focused on the roots of the issue, in a fashion that is so efficient, that most other therapies cannot compare. Not just that, but it also empowers people by teaching tools and techniques which give them back control.
Hypnotherapy is this phenomenal treatment for problem gambling.
A great number of non-gamblers wonder how some individuals can gamble beyond their means, and if you are a gambler yourself, you may wonder how to tell if you have a problem.
If you gamble when you don’t want to, or continue beyond the point where you know you really should throw in the towel, if you lose money that you need for other things, or if the people around you complain to the point where you feel you need to defend your gambling, then you might have a problem.
This dependency, often known as compulsive gambling or problem gambling, creates and exploits flaws and scenarios in a way that can seem hard to beat.
The grip of this obsession can reside within a person in a way that only hypnotherapeutic tactics could stand a chance of resolving it.
Much of a gambler’s everyday life is spent resolving the problems that gambling brings, like paying bills, placating loved ones and even keeping up a normal life.
A good number of gamblers would become progressively more isolated from friends and family, which eliminates other sources of pleasure and further fuels the problem gambling habits.
Some of the most otherwise, honest people begin lying and/or hiding their reckless gambling activities from their family and friends.
A vicious cycle is created as the gambler seeks to recuperate past losses by gambling progressively more.
As money becomes tight, a gambler would often start hunting for other sources of cash, perhaps by selling much-loved items, borrowing money from family or friends, or leaving bills unpaid.
This vicious loop can be broken by utilising hypnotherapy solutions.
By utilising hypnotherapy, we can deal with the underlying feelings that drive this problem behaviour.
The desire/need to gamble could be brought on by a great many things like stress, low self confidence/self-esteem, feeling out of control and stressful life situations.
Often gamblers lose so much control that they can’t consciously pinpoint where it all went wrong, and how they ended up surrendering to such impulsive behaviour.
Paul White, from The Surrey Institute of Clinical Hypnotherapy, based in Surrey, said, “The problem gambling behaviour is not hard to change when you get access to the subconscious beliefs the way hypnotherapeutic strategies do, pausing the subconscious mind to reflect on behaviour before engaging in the behaviour, without conscious awareness is the wonderful strength of hypnotherapy.”