Has drinking become a problem? Do you want to resolve it?
BBC News recently reported that almost half of all 30-50 year olds confess to drinking too much at times and that people in their 30s and 40s are worse than those in their 20s at sticking to the recommended drinking limits. The guidelines issued by the Department of Health advise up to 2-3 units of alcohol a day for a woman and up to 3-4 units of alcohol a day for men (a unit of alcohol is equivalent to half a pint of ordinary strength beer, a glass of wine or a single pub measure of spirits).
The problem with the word “alcoholic” is that people assume that if they do not fit the stereotypical image of a bored housewife that hits the bottle at 10 o’clock in the morning, or the man that looks very much the worse for wear stumbling onto the tube clutching a can of Tennants Extra, then they can’t possibly have a drinking problem. However, there is a new breed of alcoholics that don’t need to down a shot of vodka on waking, or even have a pint at lunch time. Yet this latest generation of drinkers can easily sink half a bottle of whisky in an evening, with absolutely no comprehension that alcohol is in fact ruling their life.
There are many ways of giving up alcohol
There are many ways of giving up alcohol some of which include counselling, AA meetings, and Hypnotherapy. Very recently there is a new therapy that is being used called bioresonance which neutralises the cravings for addictive substances using electromagnetic frequency patterns. It works using a law of physics called phase cancellation.
The easiest way to explain phase cancellation is with the example of noise cancelling headphones on long-haul flights which are used to reduce the noise of the aircraft. This is a well known law of physics used in many instances to reduce unwanted sounds. The film industry and music industry have also used this process to clean up unwanted sounds in films and music (called Dolby).
When the body becomes so associated with the energetic pattern of alcohol, this produces an addiction. With bioresonance therapy the energetic pattern of alcohol is used to neutralise the exact same patterns within the body and thus reduce cravings.
So if drinking has become a problem there are many ways to help yourself, you need to take charge and investigate the best way forward.