Crystal meth compulsive behavior is a wide spread problem that is sweeping across the United States. As of the late 90’s, almost 10 million Americans had reportedly tried recreational methamphetamines at least once. Young adults in their late teens and early 20’s are the most likely users. Death by overdose from crystal meth has been reported as three times higher than overdose from the use of cocaine. Meth use and compulsive behavior is most prevalent in the Midwest of the United States. In fact, in Midwest states such as Oklahoma, Crystal Meth accounts for 80-90% of ALL drug related arrests and charges! Crystal meth is also found in more and more cases of motor vehicle accidents and homicides.
Becoming a meth addict isn’t something someone strives to become, yet it happens to people every day. Many people wonder how or why a person even turns to crystal meth. What answers could it hold? What problem are they trying to solve? To understand a meth addict, you have to understand what turned them to it. For most people, it’s a desire to change their emotions, or outlook on life because they are unhappy and are looking for a way to feel good about themselves or their surroundings.
Hypnotherapy allows for the resolution of the issues that caused the addictive behavior in the first place. What is the point in treating an compulsive behavior as the primary source of the problem when it is in fact only a symptom of other problems? Rather than teaching that an addict is helpless against their compulsive behavior and must attend meetings for the rest of their lives, our clients do not define themselves by meth compulsive behavior. Instead, they are led through a process that allows them to solve the underlying issue(s) that led them to seek meth in the first place and thereby solving the whole problem, remaining drug-free and able to finally enjoy life as they always wanted.
Most 12-step programs come from the belief that someone with an compulsive behavior is destined to be an addict for the rest of their lives, but our compulsive behavior recovery program looks to the current research in neuroscience which shows that people continue to change the way they think, and therefore behave throughout their lives.
There is hope for everyone dealing with meth compulsive behavior, however each individual requires a specific program tailored to their needs. Keep in mind, the recovery process is long and requires commitment from and extensive support to the individual. Utilizing our program, “long” is defined as only a month with 80% recovery from the very first session. We offer 24-7 support.
Sessions can be in the office, in your home, or even via Skype.
Our hypnotherapy program for meth compulsive behavior has a 98% success rate and has been going strong for eleven plus years.
Our hypnotist for compulsive behavior specializes in hypnotherapy, compulsive behavior, NLP, CBT and recovery.
It’s possible to complete this program in just 3-4 short weeks and be back to a normal life in no time.
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