The Unseen Source of Addictions: Psychological and Emotional Traumas

Most healing modalities treat addictions like a disease, an illness that causes some to believe, “that once addict, always an addict.”

But Eutaptics view addictions in a different light, that it is merely a psychological response of people avoiding negative emotions, a mental program to escape inner problems.

Since addiction is a mental program, it means that finding the imprint causing this program can lead to an individual’s recovery and reduce or eliminate relapse.

The more focused a healing system is in treating addiction as a disease, the harder it is to rescue someone out of it. The main reason is because the focus of treatment will be on the accompanying symptoms rather than the eliminating the source.


Psychological Traumas Leading to Addictions

People who suffered or continue to suffer psychological trauma have higher risk of developing addictive behaviors. This is because they will mentally produce addictive patterns to avoid anything that relates to the traumatic experience.

Psychological traumas are undeniably among the biggest factor contributing to drug and alcohol addictions. Psychological traumas leading to addiction may range from variety of factors coming from a difficult childhood, exposure to traumatic experience during puberty or early adult life, etc.

The memories relating to psychological traumas may cause a person find ways to relax and “numb-out” the worries, pains and other negative emotions it brings. The easiest and most convenient way to do that is to turn to substances who can offer a way to trick the mood and feel good.

In other words, in treating and addressing addictions related to a psychological trauma, the memories the relates to the trauma are of major importance to be addressed.

Otherwise, branding an individual as a “sick” or “mentally ill” person will only cause them to be traumatized further.

Emotional Traumas Leading to Addictions

Emotional pain is also a leading factor why a person turn to alcohol and drugs to find comfort. Emotional pain can range from grief, loss, feeling of failure, betrayal, highly stressful relationships and many more.

When a person finds it difficult to cope with emotional pain, instead of bridging the gap between feeling good and feeling bad, they instead turn to substances to trick their minds into feeling good. This pattern is repeated continuously because of the temporary relief that the substance provides to escape the issue.

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder Leading to Addictions

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder is an obvious big contributor that can cause a person to be an addict. People suffering from PTSD are often caught up questioning reality because their mind finds it difficult to cope.

As their bodies and mind continue to be affected by highly damaging stress responses, turning to substances provides mental relief temporarily, causing them to want more of it in higher doses more frequently. Hence, giving birth to addiction.

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How FasterEFT Provides Resolution to Any Type of Addictions

Eutaptics is a mental healing system focused on the memories or imprints that causes a person’s unlikely behavior. These memories and imprints are the carrier of emotions that proves its value to the individual.

Meaning, in collapsing these imprints and building a new version of it within the mind, the emotional charge of a past experience can be released to form new behavior, outlook and responses to everyday living without reliance to alcohol or drugs.

Eutaptics is a memory reimprinting process that offers great help to individuals suffering from any type of addiction. A tool used by thousands of psychotherapists to help people let go of any memory, emotion or behavior that cause them problems.

The Eutaptics A.R.T. of Change is process that helps people aim for root cause of the problem, release its emotional charge and transform the memory to a positive experience. A highly effective yet easy and actionable process that was able to change thousands of lives globally.

We are all seeing the world and interpret everything that comes along by drawing reference from memories stored within our subconscious mind.

This enables us to see something as positive, negative or neutral experience. In cases of problematic behaviors, it means that a person is drawing references from an active memory that causes stress responses. In cases of addictions, a response to turn to substance abuse is often what the mind produce to calm, relax, avoid or escape current reality.

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  • December 13, 2016

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