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Issues Treated

Stop Smoking

The psychological addiction or habit is controlled by the subconscious. Your subconscious is in fact responsible for you not being able to beat the habit using will power alone. Using hypnosis we can harness the power of your subconscious so that you will no longer crave cigarettes. Then it is no longer a struggle.

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If you have a genuine desire to stop smoking, hypnosis will work for you. You will become a non-smoker again.

Thousands of people every year stop smoking using hypnosis. You can be one of them.

Hypnotherapy can make it much easier to give up. It will help you change your mind about being a smoker and enable you to focus on being a non smoker. Yes, you can stop smoking without gaining weight with hypnotherapy.

You don't need to be told why you should stop smoking. You know already, don't you? You may have wanted to stop smoking for a long time. Like many other people, you may have even tried lots of other things to help you quit.

Now it is time to use the one thing you may not have tried, yet, hypnosis and your subconscious mind. Our subconscious is an amazing resource. In fact we have everything we need inside ourselves to achieve whatever it is we want or desire, including becoming a non smoker. Hypnotherapy puts us in touch with this resource.

Have you ever wondered why we get locked into habits such as smoking which we know reduce the quality of our life. If you had an experience when you were younger that led your subconscious to believe that smoking was a good thing (made you feel 'cool' or part of a group), then it will continue to motivate you to smoke, no matter how much you consciously wish to stop.

While nicotine is both physically and psychologically addicting, the psychological addiction is much stronger than the physical one. Your body is nicotine-free in just 48 hours after giving up smoking.

The psychological addiction or habit is controlled by the subconscious. Your subconscious is in fact responsible for you not being able to beat the habit using will power alone. Will power is a product of the conscious mind and unless it is supported by the subconscious it will not succeed or if it does it won't be for long. Using hypnosis we can harness the power of your subconscious so that you will no longer crave cigarettes and enable you to think and act like a non-smoker. Then it is no longer a struggle.

How many sessions do I need?

Every individual is unique, so it's impossible to say in advance how many sessions might be needed to make you a non-smoker. However, prior to your appointment, the therapist will have prepared a bespoke treatment for you. This will be delivered during a session lasting approximately 90 minutes.

Using a combination of hypnosis and techniques from Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) we work together to harness the power of your subconscious in enabling you to become a non-smoker for the rest of your life.

After you stop smoking

20 minutes after giving up smoking:

Your blood pressure and pulse return to normal and circulation in your hands and feet improves.

8 hours after giving up smoking:

Blood oxygen levels rise to normal and your risk of having a heart attack starts to fall.

24 hours after giving up smoking:

The carbon monoxide leaves your body and your lungs start to clear out of mucus and debris.

48 hours after giving up smoking:

Your body is nicotine free. Taste and smell improve.

72 hours after giving up smoking:

Breathing is easier and energy levels rise.

2-12 weeks after giving up smoking:

Circulation improves and exercise becomes easier.

3-9 months after giving up smoking:

Lung efficiency improves by 5-10 percent. Breathing problems, coughing, shortness of breath and wheezing improve.

5 years after giving up smoking:

Risk of heart attack drops to about half that of a smoker.

10 years after giving up smoking:

Lung cancer risk falls to about half that of a smoker. Heart attack risk falls to the same as someone who has never smoked.