Cognitive Hypnotherapy for Cannabis Addiction
Quit Cannabis with Addiction Hypnotherapy
Whether you are just tired of paying through the nose for a habit that is giving you nothing in return, or whether you are a smoker who feels like you need to quit because of a negative psychological impact – I can help.
For regular smokers, quitting cannabis using nothing but will power can be a very difficult process. Almost traumatic. The mood swings, the insomnia, the physical cravings. You can only understand it if you have lived it. It can feel unbearable. Giving up your little friend, your relaxant, your only vice. Most people just give in and accept cannabis as a part of their identity and go the rest of their lives paying a weekly subscription to their dealer.
As a 17 year ex-smoker, I am telling you, it doesn’t need to be like that.
With my experience of being an ex-smoker who really struggled to quit, and with my training and experience as a cognitive hypnotherapist, I have created a treatment programme which not only makes the process seem easy, it makes it enjoyable and empowering.
I was sceptical at first, especially because we did this over skype, but that worked! The illusion is gone, and I am actually free from this pointless habit. Cannabis is quite expensive in my part of the world, so this is a big weight taken off me.
I work hard, and for a long time I enjoyed my evening smoke. Over time it became too important, and other than the first 15 minute feeling ofrelaxation, it was just tranquilising me for the rest of the night. I am in my mid thirties, I am doing ok financially and professionally. I didn’t want to be dependent on a drug anymore.
Thank you Deniz Mehmet.
R.A – IT Manager
It’s a weird feeling not needing or wanting to smoke weed anymore. I don’t even like the smell. All my friends still smoke it in front of me, but it doesn’t even bother me. I’m done! I wanted to quit because I wasn’t myself when I smoked it. Especially around other people It made me feel paranoid and almost a bit vulnerable. I didn’t want to be that guy, but I just couldn’t seem to quit. Sometimes when I smoked it, I felt a bit trapped in my own head. I’m so glad it’s over. I feel fresh, and brand new. Thanks, D.
J . S – Electrician
In this article, I explore some of the differences between addiction and dependency, where cannabis sits in this, and how it might be affecting some cannabis smokers, without them maybe realising. The article is a product of what I have learned through my training in becoming a cognitive hypnotherapist, my continued training with addiction specialist Hugh Osborne, my work with helping people kick the cannabis habit, and my own personal experiences, as a whole, with cannabis.