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New Farm Hypnotherapy - The Taking Control Program

In Australian culture, alcohol often accompanies socialising and celebration. Many people enjoy drinking alcohol in moderation every now and then.

However, Australia has one of the highest rates of binge drinking among young people worldwide. 45% of risky and/or high risk alcohol consumption, occurring at least monthly, takes place amongst 18-25 year old drinkers.

This kind of high-risk drinking can result in negative physical, mental and social consequences.

Do you feel you're drinking too much?

If you’re concerned about how much or how often you drink, if things seem a little out of control, we can help. Our 4 session program uses proven hypnotherapy techniques, you will regain control without compromising your social or business life. You’ll also be healthier, more confident and feel better about yourself.

Call or email us at clinic@trancesolutions.com or call us on 07 3254 1373 to make an appointment and begin to make the changes you want.

Did you know that

  • Moderate consumption of alcohol may have health benefits, including reducing the risk of developing some types of cardiovascular (heart and blood vessel) disease. However, some controversy exists over the quality of the evidence supporting this, and some doctors think the benefits of alcohol have been overstated. One thing seems certain; it’s not a case of ‘the more the better’ when it comes to drinking. Whether alcohol is good or bad for you seems to depend on the amount you drink and your individual characteristics and circumstances.

  • Binge drinking; drinking heavily over a short period or drinking continuously over a number of days or weeks; is thought to be especially harmful, even if you don’t do it very often.

  • How quickly you drink is also important; men are advised to drink no more than 2 standard drinks in the first hour, then no more than one drink per hour; women should have only one standard drink per hour.

  • Alcohol effects in men and women; women tend to be smaller than men, resulting in women having less water in their bodies. This results in a higher blood alcohol concentration in women than in men for a given amount of alcohol.

Call or email us at clinic@trancesolutions.com or call us on 07 3254 1373 to make an appointment at New Farm Hypnotherapy.

 

 

 


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