How many times have you tried to quit smoking only to find yourself reverting back? In an attempt to find the best way to quit smoking, you’ve tried the patches, the gum, inhalers or even lozenges, every conceivable device you know. You may even have tried withdrawal-oriented therapy (WOT) as provided by the NHS. I’m not saying these approaches don’t work and they do definitely help some people but is it the most effective?
It can be immensely frustrating trying to find the best way to quit smoking. There are so many options and yet so many struggle to kick the habit for good. Why?
Most products that are advertised widely focus on the chemical dependency on nicotine by either slowly reducing the amount of nicotine entering into your system (nicotine replacement therapy) or stopping cold turkey and attempting to help with any cravings you experience through the use of medication.
It’s a common misconception that stopping smoking is incredibly difficult and I do understand why. You’ve been led to believe that nicotine is an incredibly addictive substance and therefore almost impossible to shake off. What’s more, if you’ve tried to quit before, you would very likely have struggled to do so. The question though is this; are you struggling to quit because of your mindset or because of any physical addiction?
The Smoking Cessation industry is estimated to reach $4.4 Billion by 2023. It’s clear they have a vested interest in perpetuating the notion that nicotine is highly addictive and you therefore need to rely on their products to wean you off the nicotine gradually. Instead of being hooked on smoking cigarettes, let’s get you hooked onto our smoking cessation products.
Pshysiological Or Psychological?
Dr. Reuven Dar, of Tel Aviv University carried out some research by monitoring in-flight attendants to measure their level of cravings while flying at 30,000 feet. His research revealed there was no difference in the level of craving between a short and long haul flight. But cravings did increase in anticipation of the flight landing. In other words, “the craving effect is produced by psychological cues rather than by the physiological effects of nicotine deprivation“.
In other words, most of the reason you smoke is actually psychological! Yes, there is an element of physical dependency, but this only accounts for around 10%.
It is more than possible to quit smoking through will power alone and many people do this every day but this can prove difficult and does require determination to stop smoking. Hypnotherapy on the other hand makes it far easier to make these changes instantly!
If you’re looking to stop smoking, hypnotherapy is an incredibly powerful approach to help you achieve the change you need, at the subconscious level which is the repository of all of your behaviours, beliefs and attitudes.
Tapping into the subconscious can help you jump back into the driver’s seat, making your own decisions about what you do during the course of the day without any need to smoke. You decide when to take a break, not the cigarettes.
I underwent Hypnosis by Greg on 25th of April for quitting smoking, two months on, no cravings !!!! -Nick-
You can stop worrying about the effects smoking has on your health and because you no longer have that little voice in the back of the head worrying, you can feel far more relaxed about the future.
Why Should You Stop Smoking?
- Feel fitter and healthier in every way. Notice how you are able to enjoy walking or running without gasping for air
- Because you stop smoking using hypnotherapy you can begin to feel more relaxed which means you can deal with things far more effectively
- Feel proud finally taking back control of something that has chained you down for too long using powerful hypnotherapy and stop smoking for good.
- Improve your quality of life today with a powerful hypnotic approach so you can breathe easier, live longer and enjoy life to the full. It isn’t that difficult to stop smoking, hypnotherapy will show you how!
- Feel great living in a smoke free zone. No need to worry about how smoking is affecting those around you. Struggled to quit before? According to New Scientist, if you want to stop smoking, hypnotherapy is the best way to quit smoking.
- Extra money to spend on the things you really want. You’ll be able to save an average of £320 per month which equates to £3900 a year based on 20 a day.
- Learn how you can use self-hypnosis to reduce stress and increase control so it’s far easier for you to remain a non-smoker.
- To give you that extra continued support, you will receive a CD to listen to in the comfort of your own home.
The good news is that just after 24 hours, the risk of heart attack is decreased and just after 48 hours, your nerve endings start to re-grow. Smell and taste are improved and anywhere between 2 weeks and 3 months later, your circulation improves and you will find exercise a lot easier as lung function is increased by up to one-third!
How Quickly Can You Stop Smoking Using Hypnotherapy?
So, if using the power of hypnosis is the best way to quit smoking, how long does it take using hypnotherapy? Stop smoking treatment is a one off session that lasts up to 2 hours but to become a non-smoker it only takes a fraction of a second as that’s how long it takes to make a decision to stop smoking.
Hypnosis is the most effective way of giving up smoking, according to the largest ever scientific comparison of ways of breaking the habit. Willpower, it turns out, counts for very little. -New Scientist magazine-
Hypnotherapy utilises hypnosis to reprogram your subconscious mind to understand that smoking is no longer a part of you. You were born a non-smoker and are naturally a non-smoker it’s just that for a period of time this has been interrupted.
Instead of constantly thinking about not smoking (the mind has trouble not thinking about doing something as it has to think about doing it first), the subconscious mind is reprogrammed to accept there is no need to smoke and therefore you have no need to think about not smoking (that sounds far more complicated than it actually is). You just go about your daily business a non-smoker. And in the rare case you do feel any cravings in the future, you’ll be ready with powerful self-hypnotic techniques to get through them comfortably.
Please understand that nothing in life is 100% guaranteed which means I cannot guarantee you will stop smoking completely. Having said that, I have great success in helping people quit the habit. This process does require team work and a true desire to want to stop. It doesn’t matter if a part of you is conflicted with the idea of stopping, just so long as you are motivated to stop for your own reasons, and not for anyone else’s.
How Much Does It Cost?
A single 2 hour Stop Smoking session costs £200. If smoking costs on average £320 a month, you will have made your money back in less than a month.
How Do You Book Your Session?
Click this link to book a quick 15 minute phone call so that we can arrange a convenient time for your Stop Smoking session.
Alternatively, you can call 0117 325 6850. If I do not answer the phone immediately, please leave your name and number and mention you are interested in stopping smoking.