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Previously seen as something glamorous, smoking is now regarded as the greatest single cause of premature death in the UK. In fact, according to the World Health Organisation, cigarettes kill half of the people who smoke them.
Quitting smoking is something that many people want to do, but it can be easier said than done. As an ex-smoker myself, I am all too aware of that feeling of wanting to stop but not knowing if I really had the willpower to do it. However, hypnotherapy is something that can be incredibly useful for helping you to become a non-smoker and I am here to help you put out the cigarettes for good.
It can be common to have worries when thinking of giving up smoking, such as being concerned about weight gain, worrying about being left out when smoking friends go outside to have a cigarette, and contemplating whether it is really the right time to be quitting. As well as helping you to become a non-smoker, hypnotherapy can also reduce those worries and ensure you don't gain weight.
There are many benefits of quitting smoking, including:
- Improved health
- Longer life expectancy
- More energy
- Boosted immune system
- Better breathing
- Reduced stress levels
- Younger looking skin
- Better sense of smell and taste
- Loved ones no longer pasive smoking
- More money
So, how can hypnotherapy help you become a non-smoker? Hypnotherapy works by helping you to achieve a deep state of relaxation before the changes take place. When relaxed, your subconscious mind is more open to accepting positive suggestions. This is when the reprogramming of your mind takes place; banishing old, bad habits and replacing them with healthier, more positive ones.
As a specialist in the area of quitting smoking, I can help you to become a non-smoker in a single 90 minute session. The first part of the session includes an in-depth consultation that covers your whole smoking history, goes over the reasons why you smoke, and explores what your triggers for smoking are. This helps to create a tailor made quit smoking plan that is specific to your needs. The first part of the session is highly motivational in order to provide you with the best chance of remaining a non-smoker for the rest of your life.
The second part of the session uses hypnosis to help you become a non-smoker. I will plant positive suggestions in your mind and help you to reprogramme your thoughts in order to quit smoking for good. Everything that is discussed in the first part of the session shapes the hypnosis so that it is 100% tailored to you.
As part of the session you will receive a quit smoking pack that is full of resources and a CD to help you remain cigarette free for the rest of your life.
The quit smoking session costs £250. This includes the session itself, plus all of the resources and extras you will receive. You could make that amount back within a month and then save yourself thousands of pounds each year by being a non-smoker. Have a look at the table below to see how much you'll save as a non-smoker.
If you're ready to become a non-smoker in just 90 minutes, take the first step today by booking a complimentary consultation. Please use the contact form below and I will be in touch with you within 48 hours to confirm your appointment time. Alternatively, you can contact me by emailing email@example.com or calling 07816 181 428.
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