Quit Ice Addiction Hypnotherapy Adelaide - Craig Homonnay

Through hypnosis your subconscious mind will release and let go of any negative thoughts and behaviors associated with your challenges. Craig Homonnay's 15 years’ experience in marrying science with spirituality, experimenting with hypnotic drugs and healing drug addiction through hypnotism utterly life-changing for his patients.

What is Ice?

"Ice" is a colloquial term often used to refer to crystal methamphetamine, a powerful and highly addictive synthetic stimulant drug. Methamphetamine is a central nervous system stimulant that can have a range of effects on the body and mind. When it is in its crystalline form, it is commonly referred to as "crystal meth" or "ice" due to its appearance as shiny, clear crystals.

Methamphetamine use can lead to intense feelings of euphoria, increased energy, alertness, and a decreased appetite. However, it can also have serious negative consequences, including addiction, cardiovascular problems, dental issues (often referred to as "meth mouth"), and mental health issues. The use of crystal methamphetamine is illegal in many countries due to its highly addictive and harmful nature.

Whats the difference between Ice & Meth?

"Ice" and "meth" are often used interchangeably to refer to the same drug, which is methamphetamine. However, there can be some subtle differences in how these terms are used, depending on regional slang and local context. Here are the typical distinctions, although they may not always apply universally:

1. Ice: This term is often used to refer to a specific form of methamphetamine, which is the crystalline or crystallized version of the drug. It's called "ice" because of its appearance as shiny, clear crystals or chunks. People may use the term "ice" to describe the purest and most potent form of meth.

2. Meth: "Meth" is a more general term that encompasses various forms and preparations of methamphetamine. It can refer to the drug in powder, pill, or crystalline form. In some regions, "meth" might be used to describe a less pure or lower-quality version of the drug compared to "ice."

Overcoming Meth Addiction

Are you facing the challenging journey of conquering methamphetamine addiction?

Do the withdrawal symptoms and cravings seem overwhelming at times?

Methamphetamine, as you may already know, is a potent stimulant that triggers a significant release of dopamine, the neurotransmitter associated with pleasure. This leads to an intense high, filling you with energy and self-assuredness, making you feel nearly invincible. But as many have experienced, the inevitable crash follows.

Even if your initial intention was just to experiment once, it's often challenging to resist the allure of a repeat experience, especially when life's difficulties weigh on you. Undeniably, the initial highs can be enticing. Yet, with each dose, your body builds a tolerance, and eventually, you require a hit just to feel a glimmer of pleasure. Life loses its shine, and all that matters is the next fix.

Concurrently, your physical and mental health deteriorates rapidly. The consequences of meth abuse encompass paranoia, hallucinations, impaired cognitive function, diminished motor control, unpredictable mood swings, memory lapses, aggressive behavior, severe weight loss, dental issues, and skin problems. Over the long term, you face the risk of serious health issues such as pulmonary hypertension, stroke, circulatory collapse, kidney failure, and even Parkinson's disease.

How does Hypnotherapy help to quit ice?

Through hypnosis your subconscious mind will release and let go of any negative thoughts and behaviors associated with your challenges.

Hypnotherapy for ice addiction involves psychological conditioning with potential significant effects on individuals struggling with ice addiction. This approach aims to guide them in substituting negative habits with alternative positive behaviors.

Let Me Help You With Your Ice Addiction

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About Craig Homonnay

Hi - I am Craig Homonnay  - I have helped thousands of people overcome their unwanted behaviours, fears and all manner of emotional blocks using a unique process that combines Hypnosis, Resource Therapy and Regression work. 

I'd like to help you too.

I am best known for my work with cancer patients and people with chronic diseases, using the mind to reduce anxiety and relax the body so that it has a much better chance to heal.

Through my work in these areas I have developed a unique method to remove habits like drinking in less than an hour without the need for hypnosis in most cases. This method is also showing promise in other areas, such as weight management, smoking and recreational drug use.  

My practice is based in Adelaide however I regularly travel throughout Australia and am available for consultation world wide using Skype or Zoom.
I run many successful workshops and seminars, teaching advanced Hypnotherapy, Resource Therapy and Regression techniques to qualified therapists throughout Australia, The United States and the UK.
Why don't you book in for a one hour session and let me help you rid yourself of addiction?

Warm regards,

Creator of Habit Removal Therapy HRT
Clinical Resource Therapist and Hypnotherapist
(Australian Association of Clinical Hypnotherapy & Psychotherapy Inc.).

PS. If you find the online booking system tricky, leave a message at 0488 543 036