Stop Smoking With Hypnotherapy

“Are you ready to get rid of smoking for good?”

Hypnotherapy can give you the help you need

Hypnotherapy unlocks the potential of your subconscious mind, rewiring your thoughts and making it remarkably easier to stop smoking.

Most smokers have tried willpower to kick the habit, but this often leads to crankiness, mood swings, cravings, and even weight gain.

However, over the last 20 years, it has emerged that when you stop smoking with hypnotherapy you stand a much better chance of stopping for good, according to many global studies.

David Pollock, ASH’s Director, expressed astonishment at hypnosis’s triumph, which defied conventional beliefs.

Conversely, the British Society of Medical & Dental Hypnosis wasn’t taken aback. Christopher Pattinson, the Society’s Academic Chairman, highlighted that contemporary hypnosis bears little resemblance to its music-hall caricature. Employing modern relaxation techniques, hypnosis records up to 60% success rates from just one session!

“There’s no expiration date on the decision to live a smoke-free life.”

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Stop smoking with hypnotherapy makes it easier to quit for life

Hypnotherapy is like your personal guide, leading you out of the smoking maze by transforming your subconscious mind. Over the years I have seen many people try to stop smoking using sheer willpower, which often triggers irritability, mood swings, cravings, and even weight gain. It can cause changes to your gut motility which can cause IBS type problems. Astonishingly, hypnotherapy has been crowned as the most effective method to quit smoking, according to comprehensive research conducted around the world.

Even David Pollock, Director of ASH, confessed his surprise at the efficacy of hypnosis. In contrast, the British Society of Medical & Dental Hypnosis was not shocked. Christopher Pattinson, the Society’s Academic Chairman, emphasised that modern hypnosis is not about swinging pocket watches, but about cutting-edge relaxation techniques that attain success rates only dreamed of by other smoking cessation techniques and from just a single session!

Let’s not forget vaping

There is a concerning trend sweeping our society: vaping. Although it was initially marketed as a “safer” alternative to traditional tobacco smoking, vaping is now increasingly being recognised as a significant health risk and a growing cause of addiction.

Despite the glossy allure of trendy devices and the array of flavours on offer, it’s essential to remember that vaping is not merely harmless water vapour. Most e-cigarettes contain nicotine, a highly addictive substance that can lead to severe dependency. This dependence isn’t just psychological; it’s a physical craving that can trigger withdrawal symptoms when the body doesn’t get its fix.

The negative impact of vaping extends beyond just addiction. There’s mounting evidence to suggest that the chemicals found in e-cigarettes can harm your lungs and heart, leading to serious health problems. Early studies link vaping to an increased risk of heart disease, stroke, anxiety and chronic respiratory diseases. The flavourings, often touted as a fun aspect of vaping, have been associated with lung disease.

In short, vaping is a habit with far-reaching implications for our health and our performance. It might seem like a cool pastime or a stop-gap on the journey to quitting smoking, but the reality is quite different. Vaping is not just a concern for the individual vaper; it’s a significant public health issue.

At our hypnotherapy practice, we understand the complexities of vaping addiction and the challenges faced when trying to quit. Just like with traditional tobacco smoking, hypnotherapy can provide an effective and powerful tool for those looking to escape the grip of vaping addiction.

Hypnotherapy helps by addressing your subconscious mind, reshaping your thought patterns, and reinforcing positive habits. In this way, it can make the quitting process smoother and more manageable, without the intense cravings or withdrawal symptoms that many fear.

Are you tired of being chained to your vape? Fed up with the constant need to recharge, refill, and the escalating costs? Or perhaps you’re just concerned about the potential health risks and want to choose a healthier path.

It’s never too late to make a change. Through hypnotherapy, we can help you break free from the vaping cycle, regain control, and embark on a journey towards better health and well-being. Reach out today, and let’s take the first step together. Although there are some differences, in the main I treat vaping in the same way as smoking. It has similar triggers and so responds just as well.

When you stop smoking with hypnotherapy how does it help you?

By melding positive suggestions, visualisation, and NLP techniques, hypnotherapy makes it possible to quit smoking without the gnawing cravings. You might find it hard to believe how calm and confident you’ll feel, not just immediately after the session, but as you move forward. Your friends and family will be gobsmacked at your seamless transformation!

“It’s always the perfect time to embrace a smoke-free life.”

But what about gaining weight?

No worries here! When you stop smoking with hypnotherapy, the session is fine-tuned to keep alternative habits, such as nail-biting or overeating, at bay. You will feel invigorated and ready to savour life without the crutch of smoking.

Resisting temptations from others

Thanks to hypnotherapy, most people find their fortress against smoking to be impregnable, even when offered a cigarette. The yearning to smoke as a stress reliever vanishes.

Seal of approval from the medical world

The British Medical Association recognised the use of clinical hypnosis in the 1950s. The use of hypnotherapy to quit smoking is now widely embraced and celebrated for its success.

A report titled “Medical Use of Hypnotism” was presented at the Annual Meeting of the British Medical Association (BMA) in 1955. It acknowledged the legitimacy of hypnosis in medical treatment. While the exact report may not be easily accessible online, it is often referenced in other scholarly work.

Commitment is the golden key

Stop smoking with hypnotherapy works wonders when coupled with a genuine desire to be a non-smoker. Be committed and embrace the change. The 2005 study in the Journal of Applied Psychology involving 72,000 smokers from Europe and the US reveals that hypnotherapy outshines other methods in helping people to stop smoking.

Why stop smoking with hypnotherapy?

Here are some startling facts from the Royal College of Physicians:

  • Smoking claims countless lives prematurely.
  • If you’re over 35 and smoke, you are more than twice as likely to die before 65 compared to non-smokers.
  • Smoking accounts for a loss of about 50 million working days per year due to ill health.

Moreover, tobacco smoke contains a cocktail of over 3,800 chemicals, including nicotine, irritants, carcinogens, and carbon monoxide.

Why did you start?

Think about why you started smoking and why you want to stop. Is it for your health, your family, or to save money? Smoking may have been a way to handle stress, but you need to be ready to quit.

Hypnotherapy can help

Specialist smokers’ clinics and support groups are options, but hypnotherapy stands out. With a strong motivation and readiness to quit completely, stop smoking with hypnotherapy offers an effective way to get rid of the urge to smoke, leaving you calm, relaxed, and motivated.

The positive avalanche that follows when you stop smoking for good

When you stop smoking with hypnotherapy you get a cascade of health benefits that follows when you stop smoking:

  • After 20 minutes: Blood pressure and pulse return to normal.
  • After 8 hours: Nicotine and carbon monoxide levels in your blood are halved.
  • After 24 hours: Carbon monoxide is eliminated from your body, and your lungs start their natural cleaning process.
  • After 48 hours: All nicotine is cleared from your body. Your sense of taste and smell begins to improve.
  • After 72 hours: Breathing becomes easier as the bronchial tubes start to relax.
  • After 2-12 weeks: Circulation improves, making physical activity much easier.
  • After 3-9 months: Lung function improves by about ten per cent. Coughs and breathing problems start to dissipate.

In a nutshell, when you stop smoking with hypnotherapy it is akin to having a steadfast companion that holds your hand as you traverse the journey from being a smoker to embracing a healthier, smoke-free life. Since I’ve been helping people stop smoking I have seen so many people transform their lives in just one two-hour session.

So, as you’re reading this, it’s probably a good time to reflect on the importance of your health and the boundless possibilities that await you.

Take the plunge. Take back control. Unveil a more vibrant, healthier you. The power to change is in your hands, and hypnotherapy is here to unlock it.

“A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step.” – Lao Tzu

Leap today, and embrace a smoke-free tomorrow.