Hypnotherapist Help to Stop Smoking
If you think it will be difficult to quit smoking then it will be. Despite what you think quitting smoking is easy when you have the right mind set and prepare properly. What is not so easy for many smokers is keeping it up, and then falling back into the smoking trap!
If you have to utilise ‘willpower’ to stop it indicates that deep down, in your subconscious part of the mind, you really don’t want to quit smoking permanently. Many smokers say that “it’s like there are 2 parts of me. One part wants to smoke and the other doesn’t”.
Therapeutic Smoking Hypnosis
Therapeutic hypnosis has proven to be the most effective quit smoking method when compared with nicotine replacement therapy and willpower. However, 20 years experience of helping thousands of smokers to stop smoking has taught me that this is only part of the solution. That’s why I have developed a comprehensive smoking cessation programme for the people of Brighton & Hove and surrounding towns and villages in East and West Sussex. See and hear what my clients have to say
Stop Smoking Permanently
To stop smoking permanently there are three different aspects to be dealt with:-
Withdrawal – how to come off nicotine without physical side effects.
Behaviour – to change the behaviour and break the habit without cravings.
Emotional – how to stop without feeling anxious, stressed or depressed.
If you don’t deal with all 3 of these it’s like cutting off the tops of weeds without pulling the roots out.
If you want to know more about this method or to register your interest in a free telephone assessment please submit your question in one of the boxes below.
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