Alcohol Addiction, Depression & Insomnia cured with Hypnosis, ...

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I managed to get Philippa off very powerful anti-depressants and also got her to quit drinking alcohol. Her mother died a few days ago, she could not cope and reverted back to drinking again. This is what happened before and after the therapy:

Sent: Wed, 7 July, 2010 14:28:45
Subject: I need your help again

Good Afternoon Shokat

I hope you are well, sorry not been in contact for a while, my mother has been in and out of hospital, I think last time I spoke to you she was in hospital with pneumonia, she was recently given the all clear after suffering breast cancer, mastectomy, chemo and radio therapy and all the other crap that goes with it, then on the 10th of June she fell down the stairs and broke her back, and died 3 hours later, they did resuscitate her, but she had been without oxygen for twenty minutes whilst waiting for the ambulance to arrive, they advised us to turn the life support machine off.. Its been like living my worst nightmare.

I must admit I am not coping with it very well.

I was given diazepam for 5 days, I know your thoughts on those but to be honest I they did help me to at least sleep, my friends and family are insisting I go back to the doctors as although I am back at work I am struggling, I cant sleep the next I feel absolutely exhausted couldn't even muster the energy to get out of bed this morning, over the past 2 weeks this has happened four times, I can't go on like this or I will lose my job.

Could you give me any advice on what I can do please.

Thanks, Phiippa .

From: Philippa
Sent: Fri, 9 Jul 2010 09:15:39 +0000
Subject: Treatment Feedback

Good Morning

Well, for the first time since I lost my mother I fell asleep within 5 minutes of my head hitting the pillow and was able to get out of bed and be at the gym by 6.30am --- so once again a big thank you.

I do feel so much better, please God it will last.

Oh and no drink. I can sleep again with no alcohol, how wonderful is that?


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