Alcohol Dependence

Alcohol dependency (also known as alcoholism or alcohol addiction) is the uncontrollable desire for alcohol. If you are drinking to deal with life’s stresses, then it is considered a problem.

There are a number of factors thought to contribute to an individual developing an alcohol dependency. Alcohol dependence can stem from using drink as a way to cope with stressful events, such as bereavement or redundancy. Alcohol consumption often builds up over time becoming a habit hard to break. You are likely to rely on alcohol for your emotional needs, instead of dealing with the situation.

It may be because of your current environment, past experiences or both.

Most people do not want to stop drinking altogether but would like to reduce consumption to a safe limit. You may be concerned about health issues or are tired of feeling sluggish. You may find the effects of excess alcohol are affecting relationships with others. Hypnotherapy is a treatment that offers a solution to get you back in control.

Are you ready to regain control of your life?