The secret of hypnotherapy is that it helps people to use
their imagination to create a non-smoking future. This often
feels very positive and empowering. Stopping smoking
becomes the positive and definite choice and allows you to
regain control, not only of your smoking habits, but of your life.
The only thing I ask is that it's your decision to quit, not a family member trying to persuade you etc. As long as it's your decision and if you're prepared to get on board and change, then hypnotherapy immediately becomes a very good tool to help you stop this negative habit.
I have worked with many people in this area and if you really want to stop smoking, then it may take as little as one session if you are fully commited to giving up. It's not so much a belief you can do it, more 'wanting' to do it.
Your physical addiction to cigarettes can be over after just one week. Plus research shows that by quitting smoking with hypnosis you are three times more likely to give up than if you used nicotine patches.*
Imagine how your different your life would be if you stopped smoking, what you would gain. It is important to understand your motivation for giving up in order to give up.
As with anything, success is not guaranteed. However, you will receive a motivational MP3 download to assist you on your journey as I don't just leave you to it and as long as you get on board, hypnosis can be an effective way to help you give up smoking.
Just give me a call or drop me an email with any questions, I'm happy to chat through any concerns you may have without any obligation on your part.
*The University of Iowa carried out a meta-analysis, using the results of more than 600 studies, with a total of nearly 72,000 people. The results included 48 studies of hypnosis covering 6000 smokers, and were published in the Journal of Applied Psychology. They clearly showed that hypnosis was three times more effective than nicotine replacement therapy.
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Female Smoking Death Risk 'has soared'
The New England Journal of Medicine reported on a study that looked at data from more than 2 million women in the US. The first generation of women smokers who started during the 1950s and 60s were nearly three times more likely to die from lung cancer as people who had never smoked.
However, looking at medical records from women between 2000-2010 showed they were 25 times more likely to die from lung cancer than their non-smoking friends.
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