Addiction Specialist Hypnotherapist | Hypnotherapy Brighton, Hove & Lewes
(a.k.a. K, Special K, Super K)
Ketamine first arrived on the scene in England in the mid 90’s, often brought over by people travelling in Asia where it could be purchased over the counter at a pharmacy.
It became popular in the Squat Scene and started to be added to Ecstasy to give a cheap but strong buzz. Unlike Ecstasy (or MDMA), Ketamine is a dissociative drug as opposed to an empathogen. so rather than feeling an overwhelming sense of love for everyone and everything, Ketamine users will often experience a more internal affect.
As with all Analgesics (Painkillers), Ketamine has a numbing affect on the emotions as well as the body and some can find this a welcome escape to certain issues. For many though it is the psychoactive component which can be somewhat alluring.
Ketamine is not everyone's cup of tea, but for the people that love it, Ketamine can be quite habit forming.
This might be a sign that it’s time to stop.
If you get the sense that your Ketamine use has started to have more downfalls than benefits, then perhaps it’s time to do something about it.
Feel free to Call me on 07949 989986 for your Free Hypnotherapy Consultation.
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Therapy Room: 9 Bartholomews, Brighton, East Sussex, BN1 1HG
*Disclaimer: Results may vary from person to person.