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Quit smoking in Kent with Hypnosis - Your Life Your Own Way

Quit Smoking with Hypnosis

Stop smoking images of a calendar with a cigarette stubbed out

How effective can hypnosis be to stop smoking?

Hypnosis to stop smoking, including e-cigarettes, can be extremely effective and in just one 90 - 120 minute session you may naturally and easily become a non-smoker. This is because your unconscious mind massively influences the way you think, feel and behave making it much easier to quit and put a stop to the unwanted habit.

There are different ways that people try to stop smoking and on one hand, those people that have tried using willpower to quit can become despondent and irritable, have mood swings, a short temper, cravings and possible weight gain. Nicotine replacement products and "vaping" rarely work as a permanent smoking solutions because they just act as a substitute.

On the other hand, Hypnotherapy, has been proven to be the most effective and reliably long-lasting methods of smoking cessation in many worldwide surveys by "Which?" and "New Scientist" magazines. These findings resulted from in-depth studies of all forms of stopping smoking, including Nicotine Replacement Therapy and vaping.

Through a combination of positive suggestions and visualisation hypnotherapy, individuals can decide to give up smoking without craving cigarettes and other tobacco products. In fact, you will be surprised to find that you feel confident and relaxed not only after the session but also over the following weeks. Your friends and family will be amazed at how easy it was for you to give up!

When you stop smoking...

Time Effects on your body
8 hours
  • Blood oxygen levels return to normal.
  • Chances of a heart attack start to fall.
24 hours
  • Carbon monoxide is cleared from your body.
48 hours
  • Your senses of taste and smell begins to improve.
72 hours
  • You may notice that breathing becomes easier.
  • Your energy Levels start to increase.
5 days
  • Nicotine addiction is over and you may no-longer crave it.
  • Your sense of smell and taste become stronger.
2 – 12 weeks
  • Your blood circulation starts to improve.
  • Walking becomes easier.
3 – 9 months
  • Coughing and wheezing problems improve and become less frequent.
  • Shortness of breath may be reduced making movement easier.
1 year
  • Your heart attack risk is reduced to half of that of a smoker.
10 years
  • Your lung cancer risk is reduced to half of that of a smoker.
15 years
  • Your heart attack and lung cancer risk is reduced to that of someone that has never smoked.

Common questions - answered

Does stopping smoking causes weight gain?
No! The reason that some people experience weight gain when they have stopped smoking is because they substitute smoking with a different but equally unwanted habit. Our carefully crafted session will enable you to feel great as a non-smoker without having to resort to stress related behaviours that could creep in and sabotage your success.

Is it too late to reverse the damage done?
The good news is that it's not too late to make positive differences to the damage that's been done. Because you smoke, you may feel that quitting now won't make any difference to your chances of getting cancer or another smoking-related disease. The thing is, it's never too late to stop smoking and once you stop it, your body will begin to repair itself. After quitting smoking, you will notice improvements in your breathing, sense of taste, and sense of smell. Within a year, you'll have a reduced cardiovascular and respiratory disease risk. Protecting your family and friends from second-hand smoke will also improve their health.

Am I likely to become stressed?
It has been proven that people who don't smoke tend to have lower levels of stress than those who smoke. After smoking, you might discover that you're more at ease because When nicotine levels revert to what you find comfortable, dopamine, a feel-good chemical, is released in the brain. Nicotine is a potent drug that can override the brain's capacity to regulate dopamine production. When you smoke, you'll feel as though you need to regulate your dopamine levels with a cigarette. So while smoking may give the impression that it is allowing you to unwind, the physical tension it places on your body is actually rising. The positive news is that after three months of quitting smoking, dopamine control returns.

Book today and become the non-smoker you deserve to be.
For just £240.00 you can be smoke-free in a very short time.