Stop Smoking

Each cigarette takes 8 to 12 years off your life. Over the course of a year, you could spend anywhere from £1,037 (10/day) to£4,149 (40/day). It’s a terrible feeling to be uncontrollably compelled to do something. Many people seeking hypnotherapy foranxiety also admit they have a problem with nicotine addiction. The decision to quit is logical, but so difficult. You’ll hear people say, time and time again, “It’s all mental” – and, after the first week away from nicotine, it is!

What Happens During A Hypnotherapy To Quit Smoking Session?

During a smoking cessation hypnotherapy session, we’ll cover your smoking history, triggers, beliefs, and reasons to smoke. Don’t settle for a One-Size-Fits-All solution when you can have a unique hypnosis course tailored to your particular case. Your customized session will include positive suggestions, mental imagery, and behavioral programming techniques to break the positive associations with smoking and help you visualize life without nicotine. My hypnotist London program has a tremendous success rate. Kick the habit for good! Call  07970 926 645 for a free consultation.

Why Try Hypnotherapy To Quit Smoking?

The stop smoking treatment options are seemingly endless – but, compared to other methods, hypnotherapy is more positive, painless, inexpensive, and effective.

  • The Journal of Applied Psychology found that one-on-one hypnosis is three times more effective than traditional nicotine replacement therapy (the patch) and fifteen times more effective than willpower. University of Iowa researchers made this 1992 conclusion after looking at over 600 studies involving more than 72,000 people.
  • Furthermore, a 2001 University of Washington School of Medicine study reported a 90.6% success rate for their hypnosis therapy tobacco cessation program, even after six-month and three-year follow-ups.

Source: University of Washington School of Medicine, Depts. of Anesthesiology and Rehabilitation Medicine, Int J. Clinical Exp. Hypn. 2001 Jul;49(3) 257-66. Barber J.

Source: How One in Five Give Up Smoking University of Iowa Journal of Applied Psychology. October 1992. (Also New Scientist Oct. 10, 1992) Schmidt, Chockalingam

Cost of smoking
10 a day 20 a day 40 a day
1  Year £1,037 £2,074 £4,149
5  Years £5,185 £10,370 £20,745
10 Years £10,370 £20,740 £41,490
15 Years £15,555 £31,110 £62,235
20 Years £20,740 £41,480 £82980
40 Years £41,480 £82,960 £165,960

Give up smoking today– call for free consultation

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