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These are my 3 easy steps to stop smoking for good.

Step One: Telephone me for a no-obligation chat about the best way for you to stop smoking.

Step Two: Meet for our first 60-minute session. I will take details of your smoking background and prepare you for giving up.

Step Three: 

We will meet for our second 60-minute session where we’ll work together, and your healthy, smoke-free life can begin.

The good news is that your body will begin to heal straight away. After just 20 minutes without a cigarette, your blood pressure and pulse rate return to normal. After 24 hours your lungs start to clear, and by 3 months your circulation improves so that walking, climbing stairs, and all exercise gets easier. After 1 year your risk of heart attack falls to about half that of a smoker.

When you use hypnotherapy to stop smoking, not only will your health improve, but so will your finances – 20 cigarettes a day, at approximately £12 per packet, adds up to £4380 per year. What will you spend your money on?

Contact me for a confidential, no-obligation chat to discuss how I can help you quit smoking for good. 

Are you one of the 70% of smokers in the UK who wants to quit? All it takes is two sessions to Stop Smoking – £190. I also provide a year’s peace of mind. If you start smoking again at any time in the next year, you can come back to me and I will help you again for free.

The reason why I do this is, that if you are coming to me to stop smoking you really do want to be a non-smoker. So I help you to achieve your goal, at least for the year.

By using hypnotherapy to stop smoking – you give yourself the best chance to stop smoking for good.

In 1992, New Scientist Magazine (Volume 136, issue 1845) reported “Hypnosis is the most effective way of giving up smoking according to the largest ever scientific comparison of ways of breaking the habit”.

The largest ever study carried out at the University of Iowa, which combined the results of more than 600 studies of 70,000 smokers comparing various methods of stopping, found that on average, hypnosis proved to be over 3 times as effective as nicotine replacements and 15 times more effective than just willpower alone.

When a person develops an addiction to smoking, there are two components:-
The physical addiction to the substance itself
And the psychological dependence on the habit.

There are lots of stop-smoking aids available today, pills, puffers, patches etc and they all claim to help you give up smoking – but unfortunately, they don’t address the nicotine addiction, and leave you with having to struggle to get over the nicotine addiction long after you’ve stopped the smoking. This makes it easier to relapse. All these aids also require willpower and conscious effort, to be effective in stopping the habit, and they don’t address the psychological need.

Habits and addictions are controlled by the unconscious mind. It takes tremendous effort to over-power the unconscious mind by willpower alone. I can help you overcome both the psychological and physical sides of your smoking addiction.

Using hypnosis we work with your unconscious mind to gain its support, which is why hypnosis can quickly and easily help you stop smoking.
Often, smokers see cigarettes as their friend or crutch, and think they’ll feel as though they’ll be missing a friend. Some smokers are afraid of what the habit is doing to their health, but think it’ll be too difficult to stop. It doesn’t have to be that way.

If you want to be a non-smoker and have non-smoker and have no desire to ever draw that poison smoke into your lungs, to never miss it in your life, and to enjoy the freedom of not being controlled by it 20 times a day:-

A little extra reading:-

Hypnosis has been a topic of fascination for many, often portrayed as a mysterious force that can bend minds and compel actions. But let’s demystify it a bit.

What is Hypnosis?

Hypnosis is not about mind control or magical spells. Instead, it’s a meditative state induced by a trained hypnotist using verbal cues. In this focused state, you become more receptive to suggestions related to your goals.
Unlike stage performances, you won’t be under a spell, and you can’t be persuaded to do anything against your will.
Effectiveness for Quitting Smoking:

Research suggests that hypnosis may indeed help some people quit smoking, especially when combined with other smoking cessation programs.
A 2017 research review highlighted that hypnosis, when used alongside other treatments, could enhance their effectiveness.
In a 2021 study, 86% of subjects remained smoke-free after undergoing hypnosis for 6 months. However, after the initial 6 months, only 32% maintained abstinence, indicating short-term effectiveness.
Interestingly, hypnosis may also benefit those who have already quit smoking. A 2017 study found that more people continued to avoid smoking after 26 weeks when they underwent hypnosis as a preventative treatment compared to behavioral therapy.
However, it’s essential to note that while hypnosis may be effective, its long-term impact remains less certain.
Some studies suggest that self-hypnosis for quitting smoking is associated with a 6-month abstinence rate of 20-35%12.
Quit-Smoking Hypnosis Apps:

Scientific evidence on the effectiveness of hypnosis apps for quitting smoking is limited. Hypnosis itself is challenging to study, so much of what we hear is anecdotal.
While hypnosis shows promise, it’s crucial to approach it as part of a comprehensive strategy rather than a standalone solution.
Remember, quitting smoking is a significant health achievement, and seeking professional guidance, whether through hypnosis or other methods, can make a difference. 🚭