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Smoking Cessation

So you know cigarettes are bad for you and you've tried really hard to quit smoking. Now what?


Take a deep breath and relax. I’m not going to start hitting you with endless statistics, or ‘facts’ like ‘Did you know smoking can cause lung cancer?’ You’re not an idiot. You’re not a child.

For whatever reason, you’ve decided to quit smoking and you’re thinking of using hypnosis. So what you really need to know is - why hypnosis, and why should try it?

Because you've probably experienced it yourself. Several weeks down the road to quitting for good, then...

One slip and all that effort wasted

All those good intentions made; cravings resisted; plans laid and for what?

A few weeks off the cigarettes.

And every time, it seems like it's OK to do it. But why?

Because addiction is very clever, that's why, and it works at an unconscious level.  

Each individual is unique with how many sessions one requires to quit smoking.  It all comes down to how many cigarettes you smoke a day, how long you've been a smoker and what your triggers are.  Please contact me to discuss this process and get started on your new non smoker career!  

Each session is $100, payment plans are available!  Call me today to start your new career as a non smoker!

So however strong your conviction is to start with, addiction waits until you are at a 'low' point, and then strikes. You know, when you’ve had a fight with your partner or one of ‘those days’ at the office.

And suddenly you find yourself making up the most incredibly creative reasons for why it's OK to have 'just that one'.

So how can you stay stopped?

There is a profound difference between a smoker that has stopped smoking and a non-smoker. The smoker courageously resists having a cigarette, while the non-smoker couldn't think of anything worse than smoking. That’s if they give it a thought at all.

You've probably heard those people who quit smoking 10 years ago and still say "Every time I have a beer I still want a cigarette" - if you’re trying to stop smoking that’s a terrifying thing to hear! It makes you think that you’ll be stuck with cravings for the rest of your life, and will be constantly thinking about smoking.

But you don’t have to be that person. They’ve only quit smoking at a conscious level - meaning they decided to stop, and stopped. Unconsciously, smoking still calls to them. So, basically...

If you're going to quit smoking, do the job right

There are a million and one ways to stop smoking. Nicotine patches, electronic cigarettes, willpower, chewing gum, tablets, lozenges, inhalers and even prescription drugs. In addition, there are plenty of well-meaning people out there willing to tell you how to stop smoking - quit tips are everywhere.

But they all miss one vital component - the unconscious mind.

If you are going to make the effort to free yourself from the terrible effects of smoking, why not do it right? Use a proper smoking cessation program that will leave you free of the desire to smoke.

Each individual is different with regards to how many sessions it will take to quit smoking.  It depends on how long you have smoked and how many cigarettes you smoke per day and also what your personal triggers are.  

Please contact me to arrange an appointment and start your new career as a non smoker!  

Cost is $100 per session.  Payment plans are available! 



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