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Quitting smoking has never been easier. Hypnotherapy for smoking cessation can be a very effective way to get rid of the habit for good. I help people to quit smoking in Hinckley, Kenilworth and the surrounding areas.
Most people become locked into the prison of smoking when they are still young, at a time in life when they are vulnerable and looking to appear more sophisticated and grown up. Of course, as adults we know that it’s a crazy habit and we would never want to witness one of our own children smoking. The sad thing is, if you are a smoker, then your children are more than twice as likely to follow in your footsteps.
As a smoker you can expect certain things to happen in later life – increased risk of lung cancer, having a stroke, COPD, heart disease, heart attack, severe depression or clinical anxiety, wrinkled and grey looking skin, stained teeth, bad breath, narrowing of the arteries… the list goes on. One in every two smokers will suffer and die from a smoking related illness.
When you make the decision to stop smoking, you literally get your life back. You will notice quite quickly that you are breathing better and have more energy.
Some of my ex-smokers tell me that after quitting they no longer need inhalers.
After a period where the small bronchial hair-like structures begin working again to get rid of the rubbish collecting in your lungs, you will notice that the coughing stops, as does that nasty mucus that sometimes gets lodged in your throat.
Say goodbye to yellowing teeth and skin, hardening arteries, softening gums, significantly raised chances of suffering from clinical anxiety or depression, and a face that is wrinkled like an old prune.
Your body wants to survive. It has amazing capacities for healing. If you still have your health then you have the most important asset in the world. The richest man on earth cannot buy back a single second of life. Don’t waste yours!
Why choose hypnotherapy to quit smoking?
Hypnotherapy is a very effective way to quit smoking. Not only is it relatively hassle free, often only one session is needed. Also, there’s no need to mess about with patches or medication either. It’s safe, natural and long lasting.
During your session we will discuss your smoking habit and unpick all the psychological triggers that keep you locked into smoking. Most people who smoke don’t like to think about these things too much, but when you analyse the way you smoke consciously it can help you to improve your success because you will now be forearmed with the knowledge of what triggers the old smoking behaviours of the past.
The hypnosis part of the session will guide you into a deep level of relaxed trance. Whilst in this state of hypnosis your subconscious mind will be open to positive suggestions for a healthy, smoke free life. Many people find they have very few cravings after the hypnotherapy session, or even none at all.
Things to Consider Before Booking Your Session
Most people start smoking voluntarily, although sometimes there is pressure from friends and people around us to become a smoker – after all, there’s some feeling of safety in numbers. When you quit smoking it has very much to be a choice that you make. No one can force you to do this and your chances of success will be greatly reduced if you are quitting smoking because someone else wants you to.
Results do vary from person to person but I have a good success rate and am always immensely proud of those who quit with me.
When you do make the choice to stop smoking you may have to consider other lifestyle changes at the same time. For example, if you always smoke whilst having a beer or a glass of wine, you may need to rethink your drinking habits for a little while so as to remove some of those psychological triggers.
If you are under a great deal of stress or anxiety, often dealing with these issues first will give you a greater chance of success too. When you feel good about yourself and your life you are more inclined to chose the healthy options for your future.
It’s never too late to stop smoking. One day, though, time will run out. It’s always better to stop when you are still in reasonably good health.
Read my article on preparing to quit smoking.
You can find more resources and tips at http://stopsmokinguk.org