Breaking the cannabis dependency
There are a number of reasons why people start making use of cannabis. Frequently it is to distract them from life’s problems. In some instances, it’s a result of long term problems, such as anxiety attacks, depression, and problems relating with friends and relations. While cannabis isn’t an ‘addictive’ drug per se, reliance can quickly form when utilised as a way to get away from life’s problems. What things can a cannabis user do to break this reliance?
Let’s start with some information about how cannabis is commonly used. It can be found in numerous different forms and with various levels of potency. The types include; skunk, oil, hash, grass, or weed. Though they come from the same plant it’s the breed and cultivation of the plant can determine its potency. Cannabis is generally smoked using cigarette papers or pipes; nonetheless it can also be made into a tea.
Marijuana can be used to aid sleep, help reduce pain and raise feelings of relaxation. The sociable aspect cannabis smoking is frequently a large part of any dependence and is more often than not cited as a key factor.
There are other negative effects that are conveniently forgotten such as paranoia, panic and anxiety attacks, dizziness, nausea, tension, hallucinations, psychosis, short term memory loss and lack of coordination. These adverse reactions usually accumulate over time, by which time it can be tough to stop. Sadly, it is only at this point that the cannabis user may realise they have become reliant.
Ingesting cannabis could also bring unwelcome physical effects. These can include rapid pulse rate, high blood pressure levels, virility problems and also a loss of memory, balance and coordination.
If you are affected by a cannabis dependency you may understand all of these risks, but you may also still find yourself surrendering to the drug. This is because the dependency takes hold in the psychological levels of mind in addition to the conscious thinking parts.
The use of hypnotherapy can free you from a cannabis reliance. To begin with you should discuss your cannabis behaviour with your hypnotherapist to establish a good form of therapy. By making use of hypnotheraputic approaches you can create a more effective way of getting rid of the cannabis habit. Perhaps it is time to make a change that can have a real beneficial effect on your life in so many different ways. Hypnotheraputic treatments for cannabis might just be the road to a better life.
Paul Rungay from Broomfields Hypnotherapy based in Essex said, “Over the last few years I have treated many clients with a dependency on cannabis who had decided that they really didn’t want to use it any longer, but just couldn’t do it by sheer will power alone. I have had fantastic results in people of all ages, and from all walks of life.”