Stop Drinking

Congratulations on taking the first step to discover how you can cut down on your drinking and be in control with a Reduce Alcohol Program.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

It may have crept up on you over the years.  You don't realise how much and how often your are drinking alcohol, it is just part of your life. 

 

2020 has altered many aspects of how we go about our "normal lives'.  Maybe your working arrangements have changed, furloughed, redundant or working from home. Experiencing lockdowns and the strain this puts on relationships. This all has an impact and we have different ways of coping with the changes and uncertainty.

 

It's easy when you're at home, just to have one more, don't have to drive, don't have to face your boss or colleagues face to face in the morning, no-one can smell your breath or tell how bleary your eyes are online.

Perhaps the stress of home schooling has tipped you over the edge and rather than waiting till you got home from work and cooking dinner you've realised that you needed one as soon as you determined school work was over for the afternoon.

Maybe you're bored or anxious?

Sound like you?  Well you are not alone

 

Recent statistics from the Foundation of Alcohol and Research Education (FARE) show that 70% of the respondents they surveyed are drinking more than they did before the Covid 19 pandemic, 34% say they are now drinking everyday and 20% are starting earlier in the day. 30% are drinking more to cope with emotional distress, (home schooling, anxiety, loneliness).

Australian Guidelines to reduce Health Risks from drinking alcohol

 

Guideline One
To reduce the risk of harm from alcohol-related disease or injury for healthy men and women, drink no more than 10 standard drinks per week and no more than 4 standard drinks on any one day. The less you choose to drink, the lower your risk of alcohol-related harm. For some people not drinking at all is the safest option.

Guideline Two
To reduce the risk of injury and other harms to health, children and young people under 18 years of age should not drink alcohol.

Guideline Three

To reduce the risk of harm to their unborn child, women who are pregnant or planning a pregnancy should not drink alcohol. For women who are breastfeeding, not drinking is safest for their baby.

Ref: www.nhmrc.gov.au/healthadvice/alcohol

A standard drink is:  

  • 285 mL of full strength beer (4.8% alc. vol)

  • 375mL of mid strength beer (3.5% alc. vol)

  • 425 mL of low strength beer (2.7% alc. vol)

  • 100 mL of wine 

  • A standard bottle of wine is 750ml. A standard restaurant serve is 140ml (i.e. 1.4 std drinks)

  • 100 mL of champagne (12% alc. vol) 

  • 30 mL of spirits (40% alc. vol)

  • 275 mL bottle of ready-to-drink beverage (5% alcohol content)

Now we are drinking mainly at home, how much are you really drinking per day? 

 

If your level of drinking is concerning you and you are ready to:

  • Have control over your life

  • Improve your health

  • Boost your self-esteem

  • Improve your relationships with yourself, family and friends

  • Have better sleep

  • Clearer thinking

  • More choices

  • More energy

  • Less worry

  • More money

  • Cut down or stop with Hypnosis for drinking Brisbane then click on the button above and send me an email or book in for a 15 minute complementary consultation.

My Reduce Alcohol program will enable you to take back control and look at your relationship with alcohol in a completely different way. 

 

What will you get with the program:

Control back in your life and lead the way confidently to be a fitter, healthier you

1 x 2hr initial session, 2 x 1hr follow-up sessions

Confidential personalised hypnotherapy for drinking program

Ability to break the habit that you have programmed  

Identify the underlying causes that trigger your need for alcohol 

Look at areas of your life that might need a tweak or modification.

Program cost AUD 710  a small price to pay to invest in your health and well being and get your life back on track

Get In Touch I'd love to help you

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