The British Medical Association states that whilst smoking is becoming less widespread, it remains a leading cause of death and disease in the UK - but we already know that, so why do we continue to smoke when we know the risks?
Unfortunately our subconscious mind has been programmed by advertising and false self-programming to believe that “It’s difficult to stop”, “I need it”, “It helps me cope with stress”. In fact smoking is a major cause of anxiety and depression.
How Can Hypnotherapy Help Me Stop Smoking?
Hypnotherapy works differently from most Quit Smoking B&Wother therapies. It's drug free and there is no physical manipulation. We work directly with the subconscious mind helping you to make those positive changes by guiding you into a deeply relaxed trance state. Here we can focus on those negative behaviours that you wish to change. Results are often achieved faster than with other therapies.
But don't worry, no-one can be hypnotised against their will and even when in trance you can still reject any of the suggestions given if they are not appropriate.
*"Thank you! I've been a non-smoker for 4 years now. Thank you so much!"
What Are The Benefits?
The benefits of stopping begin straight away. From the moment you smoke your last cigarette, you begin to reduce your risk of getting serious disease no matter what age you give up and your body begins to start repairing itself.
Within 20 minutes your blood pressure drops to normal.
After 8 hours the carbon monoxide level in your blood drops to normal.
After 24 hours the chance of heart attack decreases.
After 48 hours the ability to smell and taste is enhanced.
From 2 weeks to 3 Months circulation improves.
From 1 to 9 months coughing, sinus congestion, fatigue, and shortness of breath decrease.
After 1 year the risk of coronary heart disease is half that of a smoker.
After 5 years lung cancer death rate for average smoker (one pack a day) decreases by almost half.
After 10 years the lung cancer death rate similar to that of non-smokers.
After 15 years the risk of coronary heart disease is that of a non-smoker.
The Sooner You Give Up The Better You'll Feel
However, the sooner you stop smoking, the greater the reduction in your risk, and even better than that your finances will improve immediately!
A 20-a-day smoker spends an average of £9 a day on cigarettes (2015). That's £63 per week! Or, £3,200 every year! Just think what you could buy with that extra money ... a Rolex watch, diamond jewellery, a luxury hot tub jacuzzi whirlpool Bath, a brand new car or a holiday of a lifetime. In fact, you could potentially have a holiday of a life-time every year if you continue to save your cigarette money!
A Holiday of a Lifetime Every Year!
Stop Smoking Cessation is done in one session lasting up to 2 hours and includes the initial consultation and treatment.
The Session will cost £150 and includes backup CD