“Hypnosis is the most effective way of giving up smoking” according to the largest ever scientific comparison of ways of breaking the habit in New Scientist Magazine (New Scientist vol 136)
We are constantly being told that stopping smoking is hard, but what if it didn’t have to be?
” I have often tried to kick the smoking habit before but found it impossible. Then after just one session with her 6 months ago I haven’t had a single puff since. I’ve had no cravings and I don’t even think about smoking.“ – Chris Barwood, Senior Lecturer, University of Central Lancashire. *Results may vary from person to person
I offer a single, powerful session using a range of powerful techniques to help to make stopping smoking easy for you. Included in the cost, I offer follow up support or further sessions on smoking within 3 months if you think it’s needed. I am totally committed to helping you to stop permanently.
Call me now on 07977315063 and lets discuss how hypnotherapy could help you to make stopping smoking easy.
Hypnotherapy works on the subconscious part of your mind. The part of your mind that makes you want to smoke, despite knowing that it’s bad for you and you want to stop.
You may know consciously that smoking is bad for their health, that it can be expensive or socially unacceptable; however these things do not override the powerful unconscious habit. You may still feel compelled to smoke. Hypnotherapy effectively tackles the unconscious desire to smoke.
Would you like to;
* Free yourself of the desire to smoke without feeling like you are giving anything up
* Return to your natural state, that of a non-smoker
* Stop craving cigarettes
* Start living your life the way you want to
* Feel healthier, have more money, time and freedom
“One year on, it’s going really well, I’ve not relapsed. I kept reminding myself of the benefits of not smoking like you said. It’s definitely got easier as the weeks went on. Thank you so much again, I only wish I’d seen you sooner.” ~ Nikki Cass, London.
Hypnotherapy is the most effective way of giving up, so if you’re serious about stopping smoking, get in touch and find out how hypnotherapy for stopping smoking could help you – it usually only takes a single session.
Call me on 07977315063 to find out how easily it can be for you to stop smoking.
Stop smoking easily – PLUS – Feel like you’re not even giving anything up.
In fact, you’ll be gaining your freedom, more money, more time, better health, you’ll smell nicer, food will taste better and you’ll look better. These are just some on the ways in which stopping smoking can change your life. Smoking costs a 20 a day smoker £2,000 a year, that’s £20,000 over ten years. What could you do with that money?
Hypnotherapy uses the power of the subconscious mind to help you to make the changes you want to transform your life.
Hypnosis is the process of inducing a trance. This is a natural state of mind, where your conscious mind gets very relaxed in order to enable your subconscious mind to become very open and receptive to suggestions which are designed to help you. Hypnotherapy addresses the root cause of your problem, to effectively help you to make changes. We experience trance states all the time; if you’ve ever day dreamed, or become so absorbed in a book or film that you lose track of time, you have experienced this natural state of mind. During hypnosis you remain in control at all times, and the subconscious mind only takes on board suggestions that it knows to be beneficial.
I use a powerful combination of hypnotherapy, Neuro Linguistic Programming and the Emotional Freedom Technique to make it easy for you to quit smoking.
In a single, longer session I’ll use a variety of techniques to change the way you think about smoking forever. It only takes one of these techniques to work for you to find it easy, even enjoyable, to give up for good. Click on testimonials to see what others have said about hypnotherapy with Chloe Brotheridge
The Truth about Stopping Smoking
Is that it doesn’t have to be hard. You subconscious mind has a lot of answer for. A smoker can consciously know that smoking is bad for their health, that it can be expensive or socially unacceptable; however these things do not override the powerful unconscious habit. They still feel compelled to smoke. hypnotherapy for stopping smoking effectively tackles the unconscious desire to smoke.
What the tobacco industry doesn’t want you to know about stopping smoking.
Nicotine causes withdrawals, it doesn’t stop them. Being hooked on tobacco doesn’t give you anything, it only takes away then partially restores.
Smoking helps you to relax right? Wrong!
In fact, smoking has the opposite effect. Smoking raises your heart rate and stimulates the release of adrenaline, a stress hormone. Why not try this exercise. Take a few moments to take some long, slow deep breaths. It’s interesting to note that it can be the deep breathing, not the cigarette, which makes you feel relaxed when you smoke. Call me on 07977315063 for the most pain free way to give up smoking for good. Hypnotherapy offers an easy way to give up smoking.
Evidence for Hypnotherapy and Stopping Smoking
Article from the New Scientist Magazine (New Scientist vol 136 issue 1845 – 31 October 92)
“Hypnosis is the most effective way of giving up smoking” according to the largest ever scientific comparison of ways of breaking the habit.
Hypnotherapy is widely recognized as the most effective way to stop smoking. A study carried out by Frank Scmidt and a research student Chockalingham Viswesvaran from the University of Iowa in the United States, used the results of 633 studies incorporating 71,806 participants. Their results which were published in the Journal of Applied Psychology included 48 studies of hypnosis carried out in Scandinavia, America and several other European countries, covering 6000 smokers.
The results showed conclusively that hypnosis was three times more effective than nicotine replacement therapy (patches, gum etc) and had the highest success rate of the top 15 methods of quitting smoking. Ten percent of the hypnosis programs achieved success rates greater than 60%, whilst willpower alone resulted in just 6% success rates. Self-help programs, including books and CD’s fared a slightly better with 9% success and even nicotine gum only achieved 10% success.
Reference: Schmidt, F.L. & Viswesvaran, C. (1992). A Meta-Analytic Comparison of the Effectiveness of Smoking-Cessation. Journal of Applied Psychology, 77 (4), 554-561
By Chloe Brotheridge