How much do you spend on cigarettes? How much do you want to give up? Get healthier, feel so much better. Struggling to give up on your own? Hypnosis is the most effective way to give up smoking for good. Two sessions is all it takes to become a non-smoker for life. What's that worth to you?
With all habits, it is a process of "letting go" and setting healthy goals, and visualizing yourself completing these goals. Smoking is known to cause heart disease, cancer and emphysema amongst other health problems. Motivation and willingness are KEY to letting go of this habit. You are ready to give up smoking when you acknowledge that you want to do this to prolong your life and the lives of those around you. Other weak excuses such as family members complaining about it generally don't work.
Hypnotherapy to stop smoking:
Hypnotherapy has a very high success rate for helping people to stop smoking and can be more effective than Nicotine gum and patches if you really want to stop smoking.
If you quit smoking through will power alone, you are quitting on a conscious level, you may always worry about being in certain circumstances and finding it hard to resist a cigarette. Take a party for instance, if you have always associated having a drink with smoking a cigarette how do you stop yourself feeling that craving? Through hypnosis you are put into a light hypnotic state and your subconscious mind is given positive suggestions so that you don’t think about those cravings, you are quitting smoking on both a conscious and subconscious level.
8 Benefits of becoming a non-smoker:
- After 20 minutes your pulse and blood pressure return to normal
- After 24 hours your lungs start to clear
- After 2 days your body is nicotine-free and your taste and smell begin to improve
- After 3 days you can breathe more easily, and your energy increases
- After 2 to 12 weeks your circulation improves
- After 3 to 9 months coughs, wheezing and breathing improves
- After 1 year your heart attack risk is half that of a smoker
- After 10 years your lung cancer risk is half that of a smoker