Hypnotherapy to Stop Smoking

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Hypnotherapy to Stop Smoking. Are you ready?

Smokers worry about the costs of hypnotherapy. You can save £2000 a year if you quit and are smoking on average 20 cigarettes a day. Using hypnotherapy to Stop Smoking is something that smokers consider when they read the effectiveness of this method, and the research.

Stoptober

During October of each year, the NHS is encourages  thousands of people to take part in Stoptober. You are supported along the way. Research suggests that if you stop smoking for 28 days or more, you are five times more likely to stay smoke free.

If you’re ready to quit, why don’t you consider using Hypnotherapy to Stop Smoking?  Rather than making it only five times more likely that you stay smoke free, why not this time, do it permanently?

Age and smoking

How many people do you know of, who start smoking for the first time in their lives, when they are over 25?

All my clients  so far who have come to see me to use Hypnotherapy to Stop Smoking,  had their first cigarette below the age of 21. Some below the age of 10, but the majority in adolescent between 13 and 17.

Why did they start smoking? Social conditioning! To fit in with our peers, to rebel against our parents, to look cool and sophisticated.

When we have mature we no longer feel the same social pressures. We are usually free to live our life independently and make our own choices.

We also react in different ways to situations as we mature and develop.  So if someone was a non smoker, and managed to maintain being a non smoker until they were 25, it would be easy for them to refuse a cigarette if it was offered to them, even in a situation where everyone around them was smoking. We are not susceptible to peer pressure or advertising in the same way.

Contact me  London Hypnotherapist today to find out more about Hypnotherapy to Stop Smoking. Use the Get in Touch page on my website.

Read about the top 10 health benefits for quitting smoking today.

http://www.nhs.uk/Livewell/smoking/Pages/Betterlives.aspx

We know that E cigarettes are a popular choice nowadays. They may be no better than regular cigarettes longer term

http://www.theguardian.com/society/2015/dec/30/e-cigarettes-may-be-no-better-than-regular-cigarettes

By Sarah Jons

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