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    Insomnia, Alcohol & Manic Depression

    What you have managed to do (with our daughter) in a very remarkable space of time – three short weeks – is to take her back some twenty years to to the sharp, lively, effervescent musician, performer, conductor, teacher she used to be. I am still trying to take in the fantastic changes in her, and to stop asking myself if I am dreaming all this. I know you have not yet finished your work with her, but I felt that you are overdue, from all the family, our heartfelt gratitude and thanks for your work with Pam. Our sincere thanks.

    Jim (Father) for Pam V, Schoolteacher, Wales
  • Alcohol, Insomnia & Severe Depression

    Insomnia, Alcohol & Severe Depression

    I just wanted to say Thank you. I have just had the best nights sleep in years, without any anti depressants or alcohol the first time since 1993. I know you asked me to contact you in a couple of weeks but I NEEDED to say Thank you now. I feel great.

    Philippa A, Financial Controller, Stoke-on-Trent
  • Cigarettes & Insomnia

    Insomnia & Cigarettes

    Still not smoking and next month it will be two years since I quit. I am sleeping well without sleeping pills.

    Syeda D, Teacher, Leeds
  • Depression and insomnia Facts

    Insomnia & Depression Facts

    For a trillion dollar industry anti-depressants and sleeping pills have not demonstrated a single cure. According to one study 80% of the people on anti-depressants are not depressed at all. Another study found that anti-depressants and sleeping pills reduce the life expactancy of people by over 40%.

    Info www.cchr.org and the public domain
  • Quit Cannabis - The NHS methods


    How the NHS treats cannabis addiction compared to people like us?


    Lets look at the NHS website and see what they have to say about cannabis addiction:

    Cannabis is the most widely used illegal drug in the UK, although its use in recent years has fallen.
    The proportion of 11-15 year olds in England who had used cannabis in the last year fell from 13.3% in 2003 to 7% in 2013. The proportion of 16-59 year olds using cannabis in the last year has fallen from 10.6% in 2003-04 to 6.6% in 2013-14.

    Can you get addicted to cannabis?
    In the past cannabis wasn’t thought to be addictive. However, research has shown that it can be addictive, particularly if you have been using it regularly for quite a while. About 10% of regular cannabis users are thought to become dependent.

    Where can I get more information about cannabis?
    You’ll find more information about cannabis in the Frank website’s A-Z of drugs.
    If you need support with giving up cannabis, you’ll find sources of help in Drugs: where to get help.

    http://www.nhs.uk/livewell/drugs/pages/cannabis-facts.aspx 

    As you can see the NHS has no treatment protocol for cannabis addiction and asks you to look on "Frank website’s A-Z of drugs". It also talks about cannabis as becoming addictive with regular use but from our own experience we found cannabis not to be physically addictive no matter how much you smoke or how long you have been smoking it. However cannabis is highly addictive psychologically and even more difficult to treat using pharmaceutical drugs. 

    The NHS talk about CBT which is a talking therapy like counseling and we have already found out from many of our clients who have had six months of counseling (costing them around £1,000) that it does not work. Many of our clients have been put through the standard method of quitting smoking using NRT and pills but have failed. The methods used by the NHS just don’t work for cannabis addiction because it’s not a physical addiction but a psychological one.

    How does our system differ from others? 

    The system we have developed works every single time, because it combines a low-level laser system, several information medicine systems that cost over £100,000 (including three bioresonance systems) and very deep structured hypnosis. Our hypnosis system has evolved beyond the traditional clinical hypnosis and this is why we take 180 minutes per session instead of 30-60 minutes used in clinical hypnotherapy. In this time, using a special deepening system you can hypnotise an elephant let alone a human. It works for even the most extremely hardened marijuana smokers.

    Relapse Rates

    The NHS system is not very good for second time users, and even worse for third, fourth and fifth time users. We have also noticed a similar pattern with some bioresonance only clinics who seem to enjoy a good success rate on the first visit, but less successful after the second visit and so on. People who have used the NHS and some of these bioresonance only clinics tend to lose faith in these systems and continue to smoke forever. However, the difference with the NHS and the bioresonance only clinics is that with the NHS you have to take what is effectively a poison for 12-weeks but with the bioresonance clinic you only need between one and two hour treatment. If the bioresonance does not help it will not harm either, unlike the NHS option. The few that are brave enough to come to people like us for treatment are always pleasantly surprised by how easy and fast it is for them to quit smoking cannabis. 

    Is the treatment provided by the medical profession essential or necessary?

    Who is to decide which treatment is essential or necessary? Decreasing the quality of your life by taking pharmaceutical drugs with proven dangerous side effects is neither essential nor necessary. Addictions, insomnia, etc cannot easily be "cured" this way. Doctors themselves, in published literature, admit this: 

    "A leading British doctor and author of 'Doctors, Lies & Addiction Bureaucracy', Dr. Dalrymple argues that his profession has totally misunderstood addiction & continues to perpetuate the myth to protect its own existence. As a result, a self-serving, self-perpetuating and completely useless medical bureaucracy has built up to deal with the problem."
    ‘Junk Medicine, Doctors, Lies & Addiction Bureaucracy' by Theodore Dalrymple; 27th August 2007.  

    As the NHS has no statistics for cannabis addiction, so lets look at an example like quitting smoking cigarettes: In the year 2011 the NHS saw 800,000 people to quit smoking. In that year alone, it has cost the NHS a staggering £500 x 800,000 = £400,000,000 which has been shared between the patient's GP, the smoking caesarian counselor and the drug companies. So over eight years, it has cost the taxpayer 3.2 billion pounds for something that only has a long term success rate of just two percent. No wonder the NHS is always short of money. 

    Upton Sinclair — 'It is difficult to get a man to understand something, when his salary depends on his not understanding it.' 

    Now that might explain why the NHS can never find well conducted scientific studies on the effectiveness of hypnosis to help people quit smoking cannabis - we found several well conducted studies on hypnosis to stop smoking marijuana without even trying. There are people who have also pioneered other non-drug methods such as bioresonance and laser to help people quit smoking weed but as yet have not published papers on the subject.


    Quitting smoking cannabis using hypnosis/hypnotherapy has a far higher success rate then any NHS or drug based method:

    We have provided (to a government agency), a very detailed submission of our results where we have demonstrated an incredible success rate charted over 12 months of our combined system. In the vast majority of cases people quit smoking cannabis in just one two-hour session. Compare this to the NHS who don't even know how to deal with cannabis addiction let alone collect some statistics. We conduct face-to-face interviews and follow ups, the NHS  rely on telephone interviews where the patient can be embarrassed to speak the truth. Also, our methods are harmless; the NHS’ drug based methods can be potentially dangerous.

    Do we discourage essential and necessary treatment?

    Not at all and we have no intention of doing that. We offer an alternative treatment alongside the statuary provisions that are safer, more effective and much faster at a fraction of the cost. 

    People only go private and pay for the treatment after they have failed repeatedly on the NHS and with the methods used by the medical profession. No one enjoys paying money to quit smoking cannabis when they can do that free on the NHS. These people only turn to alternative treatments when the orthodox treatments have failed them over and over again. About 1% of the people we see have not gone through the NHS before coming to see us. No one can discourage anyone from taking advantage of their statutory provisions, which is everyone’s right in the UK. 

    Cannabis Addiction Treatment - The NHS vs Life Principles (us!):

    The NHS methods can be dangerous - our methods are safe; 
    The NHS method is very long winded - ours is extremely fast; 
    The NHS' relapse rate is high - our relapse rate is almost non-existent; 
    The NHS method of measuring success is unscientific - our method of measuring success is highly scientific; 
    The NHS can spend thousands on each patient to get them to quit gambling  - we charge a fraction of that; 
    The NHS has no idea how long people quit gambling after their treatment - we chart the successes of our clients over 12 months; 
    The NHS do not provide value for money - we provide outstanding value for money; 

    Do we need a new criteria for measuring success in the NHS? 

    If the criterion for success 50% of cannabis smokers is to stay quit over 12-months, the NHS methods wouldn't be able to meet it. Then not with a single counselor, doctor or pharmacist would get paid. If it wasn't for big pharmaceutical companies being in charge, the NHS would endorse clinics like ours and we would be able to help more people quit, stay quit longer and save the tax payer money! 

    Our campaign for justice in the health industry 

    The shortcomings in the heath industry was covered by our campaign in 2010 where we wrote to everyone in Government including The Prime Minister, David Cameron, people in The House of Lords and finally Her Majesty The Queen. 

    The first link is a letter about the problems in the medical profession and the NHS and why state funded monopolies are bad for us. The second link is a response from Buckingham Palace.

    A Letter to Her Majesty The Queen
    The response from Buckingham Palace


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