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Alcohol is addictive are you an alcoholic

Alcohol is addictive but are you an alcoholic? If a person has their entire identity connected to alcohol then the term alcoholic fits. This limits your ability to be free from addiction. If you drink alcohol each day you may not be an alcoholic, rather a person who is struggling to cope at the moment and is using alcohol as a crutch to get by. This way the alcohol use becomes a behaviour, which can change, rather than having the identity of an ‘alcoholic’.

Alcohol use disorders

Alcohol use disorders are disorders that can accompany excessive alcohol abuse. This might apply if you have a problem controlling your alcohol intake, preoccupied with alcohol or craving alcohol when you stop drinking and needing more and more to get the same effect. These are all alcohol disorders that can lead to more severe mental and physical health problems.

Alcohol abuse

Alcohol abuse is continually abusing yourself with excessive drinking. If you have become dependant on alcohol to get through your day, then you are steadily eroding your health and not addressing the cause of your troubles. Alcohol abuse can be seen as self-medicating a problem with another problem.

Alcohol abuse symptoms

Alcohol abuse symptoms include feeling compelled to have a drink, anxiety, shakes and tremors. The dependency can develop to a level where it impacts your employment, relationships and your ability to function as a human being. Needing to drink everyday is one of the top alcohol abuse symptoms.

Alcohol abuse vs alcoholism

Alcohol abuse differs from alcoholism as those who abuse alcohol do not have the cravings and they also have the flexibility of mind to know when they won’t drink. Alcoholism is when a person feels compelled to drink and there is no stop button.

Alcoholism/alcohol dependency

Alcoholism/alcohol dependency can be viewed as a psychophysiological dis-ease, where the mind is troubled or uneasy with something and the body reacts to these thoughts by attempting to switch them off with alcohol. Adverse experiences can create negative emotional memory images (EMI) that are stored in the minds eye. Your first encounter with alcohol can make the EMI hazy, which lifts your inhibitions, you can feel free for the first time in your life. However, when the effects of alcohol clear, the EMI returns and you feel trapped once more. From here it’s easy to see how you could create an alcohol dependency in a very short period of time. Alcoholism is the line between consciousness and unconsciousness, where the troubled soul attempts to battle the EMI for which they are defenceless. Helping to clear the EMI may remove the alcohol dependency.

Alcohol use disorder symptoms

Alcohol use disorder symptoms include anxiety, depression, insomnia, tremors/shaking and nausea. Behavioural symptoms of alcohol dependence may include moodiness/depressive states as the brain switches to alcohol instead of natural serotonin and dopamine to get by.

What is addiction to alcohol/alcoholic definition

Addiction to alcohol – is defined as someone who is compelled to drink. This is a psychophysiological dis-ease, whereby the thoughts inside the mind make the body uneasy and alcohol is then imagined to be the cure. Studies have shown that adverse experiences can lead to drug and alcohol abuse. We believe that negative emotional memory images (EMI) are created as a result of these experiences and it is this, which creates the stimulus for the alcohol. A person’s first drop of alcohol momentarily releases them from the EMI, which then connects dopamine to the drinking experience. As the alcohol wares off, the EMI returns larger than before, so more alcohol is required to reach the previous state of freedom. This perpetuates until the EMI and the body reach a balance between consciousness and subconsciousness now the person can be defined as an alcoholic.

Alcoholic signs

Amongst the alcoholic signs are forgetfulness, short term memory loss and blackouts. Denying how much they have had to drink or hiding the bottles are typical alcoholic signs. Encouraging others to participate with you, so that you have an excuse to drink, even though you would drink alone, is amongst the signs to look out for. One client believed her partner had the onset of Alzheimer’s until she uncovered her partner’s alcoholic signs.

Alcoholic symptoms

Of the many alcoholic symptoms, the need to drink each day must be paramount. Hiding it from others, lying and denying are all traits associated with an alcoholic. Forgetfulness, moody, childlike tantrums are symptoms that may be displayed by the alcoholic.

Recovering from alcohol use disorder

Recovering from the addictive effects of alcoholism and alcohol abuse is possible. Recovering from the physical damage however, depends on how long the addiction has been in place. An addiction to alcohol like all addictions, relies on a stimulus response mechanism. Seeing alcohol abuse as a psychophysiological dis-ease leads the way to a better patient outcome. Adverse experiences can lead to the creation of negative emotional memory images (EMI) inside the mind. The EMI drives a stress response to fire as the mind perceives a threat within the immediate environment. Alcohol, temporarily removes the EMI, which leaves the person feeling free and euphoric, but as the effects of the alcohol diminish the EMI returns with a vengeance. More research is needed to free the human race from this tragic condition.

Hypnotherapy for alcohol dependence

Hypnotherapy for alcohol dependence is a very good idea as it can help to calm the mind, whilst uncovering the fears that drive the dependence. Hypnotherapy has been used successfully for generations to help heal the troubled mind. Since alcohol dependence can be seen as a psychophysiological dis-ease, it makes perfect sense to target the mind and clear the thoughts that are driving the urge to drink.

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Alcoholism, or alcohol dependence, is an addiction to drinking alcoholic beverages, and can become a serious problem for the individual’s health and for those near and dear to them. Alcohol is used to mask painful inner feelings. However, this is not sustainable because it only temporarily dulls the pain, it doesn’t deal with the root cause.

This audio download is designed to help you manage the underlying feelings that make drinking seem like an appealing answer. By clearing negatively charged Emotional Memory Images from your external screen, your mind and body are able to adapt to the present moment. Enjoy life free of disempowering subconscious habits. This audio is your own personal 1 to 1 session with Matt, always available when you need it.

Matt’s calming, assuring voice gently guides both your conscious mind and unconscious mind towards healing through the left and right ear respectively. By tapping into the link between the mind, nervous system and physical wellbeing, this audio promotes a strong mindset. If used consistently, it will help you overcome alcoholism. Using this audio on a regular basis will increase your alcohol awareness. It can also help you reduce your alcohol withdrawal timeline.

For best results, listen to this audio download first thing in the morning or during the day, every day for 4 weeks. Ensure you’re free from interruptions and distractions when listening to this audio. Download now to start your own alcohol treatment, now. 

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Audio length: 30 minutes.

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Frequently Asked Questions ( FAQs )

Which condition is often the result of alcohol addiction?
Cirrhosis of the liver is the main condition that accompanies alcohol abuse.
Who would most likely develop an alcohol addiction in adulthood?
People who have suffered a traumatic or adverse childhood experience would be more likely to develop an alcohol addiction. This can happen quite rapidly over a short period of time, beginning with a couple of sips of alcohol which then becomes a glass or two. The emotional memory of the early life trauma becomes hazy, momentarily releasing the person from their fears. This can also be called Dutch courage. Historically Dutch soldiers would drink gin before battle to allay their fears. When the effects of the alcohol wear off the emotional memory image returns until the next time the person has a drink. If the person makes a conscious connection between feeling better and alcohol, then it isn’t hard to figure out why so many people become alcoholics. Alcohol has been the number one self-prescribed drug for centuries.
Is alcohol addiction a disease?

Alcohol addiction isn’t a disease but rather a ‘dis-ease’, stemming from the dis-comfort of your body being trapped in a ‘freeze’ pattern. When we enter a situation that is stressful or traumatic, our mind stores the information so that in the future we can either run from something similar, fight and stand our ground or freeze and allow the whole thing to happen again. Alcohol is a means of keeping the demons at bay, initially a few drinks now and again but then it increases to an addiction level. Addiction is simply something that you can’t live without. Psychophysiological Pain

Is alcohol physical or psychological?
Alcohol addiction stems from a psychological perception of an event or experience from an earlier time. This perception, although psychological in nature, is very physical in the way that the body responds via the auto immune system. The cascade of stress hormones continually being pumped through the body, can leave a person emotionally and psychologically vulnerable. Reaching for the alcohol is a tried, tested and proven way of removing themselves from the perception. The problem is that these emotional memory images continue to haunt the person, no matter how much they drink, the memories are still waiting when they sober up. Hence, when Roger Waters of Pink Floyd wrote the lyrics of ‘Comfortably Numb” from “The Wall” album in 1979 he was talking about the disconnect between the public and the band. Thus, the person drinking alcohol seeks to disconnect from their perception of the outside world, when in fact it’s the emotional memory image that needs to be cleared.
Is alcohol addiction genetic?
Alcohol addiction is not genetic, it’s far more likely that trauma runs in the family. Therefore, the echo of these adverse experiences resounds through the generations or as Mike and the mechanics sang in their song “Every generation blames the one before, and all of their frustrations come beating on your door “