Breaking Bad Habits Therapy In Kuala Lumpur & Selangor

Clinical & Mental Health Services

What are Bad Habits ? 

Our team provides a hypnosis approach guide in breaking bad habits in Kuala Lumpur and Selangor location, Phileo Damansara. Bad habits are behavior developed and undergoes enforcement from an early age. It was done repetitively to serve legitimate needs leading to the increased development of the bad habit. These habits are typically formed to manage stress, overcome anxiety or promote relaxation. Sometimes, bad habits can form later in life or in adults when stress and anxiety become extreme in fast response to an overload of responsibility, sudden dramatic loss, tragedy, or the onset of fears and phobias. However, bad habits often leave negative impacts including that towards physical health, behaviour, emotional wellbeing, self-image, work cycle, public presentation as social wellbeing. The common examples of bad habits that are unhealthy and hard to break include smoking, nail-biting, hair-pulling, eating unhealthy diet portions of meals like overeating foods which may increase cholesterol level, drinking, sugar products craving & gambling. These bad habits are not only detrimental to health and expose you to a myriad of diseases; they often contribute to low self-esteem, offensive isolation, poor interpersonal relationships, as well as financial or career problems if the individual is caught up with it. As our subconscious is set to embrace the known and fear the unknown, this may make bad habits stick to individuals and harder to be given up even at a minimum level. Hypnosis treatment that tackles the subconscious mind can help to break bad habits with promising long term result so you can have the options to be redirected to a fine, healthier habits, leaving your resentment behind. If you are looking for ways to break away from bad habits, make an appointment with our hypnotherapist service today. Feel free to contact us via phone call or email and we will reply to you on the same day, keeping you away from waiting.

What is hypnotherapy used for?

Change Bad Habits

Improve Life

Achieve Potential

Medical Hypnosis

How Does Hypnotherapy Help

Bad habits are usually formed to serve needs such as to manage stress, overcome anxiety or to encourage relaxation. The habits of smoking, constant overeating, excessive drug or alcohol abuse and gambling are the plain prime coping mechanisms that people use to feel better as we always watch. Meanwhile, biting lips or nails, hair pulling, picking at skin are different habits that grow subliminally during adolescence, sometimes used to counteract stress or recapture a sense of control on the spot of the presence of a triggering situation. Nonetheless, bad habits are culprits of your emotions since vicious anxiety and stress continues and become overwhelming. Apart from that, it can take you away from a healthy lifestyle. All of these have only one origin which is the subconscious mind. As our subconscious mind can push our body to act in certain ways automatically because of the sense of security given and it is tough to address or get rid of the habitable action by heart in a short term. Fortunately, hypnosis is the modality that directly interacts with the subconscious mind has been shown effective and applicable in helping people to break bad habits effortlessly with a maximum result. Our hypnotherapist will first begin the session with an in-depth discussion by throwing you some questions to gain understanding of your primary problem or status and identify goals that you wish to achieve after you follow the awareness- filled hypnosis session. Later on, guided hypnosis will be induced to help you reach a state of true deep relaxation so you remain calm if you want to return to your bad habit or even reduce the intention. It is in this highly relaxed and mindful state, the base cause of a certain habit that developed from a long time ago can be addressed at all times. Once the root cause is issued and established, our hypnotherapist can then start the process by instilling easy, positive suggestions and necessary actions to correct the habit unto your subconscious mind and as a prevention of relapsing, customizable to individual’s needs. It is not an intensive training to your subconscious mind. The relaxing atmosphere could ensure the subconscious mind to be more receptive to suggestions and changes. When stress and anxiety are the root cause, our professional hypnotherapists will also teach various approaches to resolve and counteract the problem. Overall, hypnosis services have been shown effective to cure or brushes off regular bad habits.

Frequently Asked Questions

How hypnotherapy works to change unwanted habits?

Habits are generally stemmed from the subconscious mind. Hence, hypnotherapy can help to change away unwanted habits at the subconscious level when the mind is more open to positive suggestions at relaxed state. Besides, your subconscious mind can be retrained to search for alternative ways to counteract stress and anxiety.

Will the unwanted habit ever return after hypnotherapy?

No one can guarantee if you will ever choose to do the unwanted actions again. However, it is very rare that an individual would make a conscious decision to resort back for unwanted habits after successfully treated with hypnotherapy including nail biting, hair pulling, smoking and overeating.

Will I experience withdrawal symptoms when changing habits?

Hypnotherapy helps you to break from unwanted habits without stress. This is because your mind is now more aware of what you are doing and gains control to stop unwanted habits easily.

Hypnosis has helped me overcome the most painful period in my life for more than a year after my accident. I am now back to work and is able to manage my symptoms effectively. Thanks for being so caring and patience with me.  

Brad Lee

I suffer from insomnia for many years. This has affected my daily routine as I always feel lethargic and tired. Hypnosis cured me with just 2 sessions. Simple method and approach. I can now train my mind and  command myself to be at ease easily. 

Ismail bin Ibrahim

My OCD behaviour has made my life absolutely a nightmare. I could not operate normally and have caused all my family members to worry about me. After the therapy sessions, I can function well. It’s a miracle and I am eternally grateful. Thank you. 

Tyler Robbin

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