Do you need to change your smoking habit to avoid serious health problems now and in the future?
You might be feeling stressed and anxious, but feel you can't give up smoking because that's how you cope with stress?
Is that a familiar vicious circle?
It's an important, conscious decision to give up smoking forever, even if you're not sure how you're going to do it.
I CAN HELP YOU STOP SMOKING.
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How does hypnotherapy help you to stop smoking once and for all?
Once the subconscious mind understands, through the process of hypnotherapy, that to smoke is a threatening danger to your survival and wellbeing, it will overrule any other inclinations.
It is not a matter of will power, neither yours nor mine. It can be quite forceful because the primary role of the subconscious is to be ready to direct you in the 'here and now' in order to keep you well and make sure you survive.
It simply won't be overruled when it concerns your very survival. And smoking is a serious risk to health.
It works. In over 90% of cases. The feeling of success is more miraculous, especially if you've been frustrated for a while, not knowing how to change, then suddenly...
In most cases it requires only a single hypnotherapy session, the cost of which is £150.
For the average smoker you will recoup this cost in two to three weeks and after that it's all savings!
What happens when you stop smoking
The following information is adapted from WhyQuit.com
After 8 hours the remaining nicotine in your bloodstream reduces by 93%
After 12 hours your blood oxygen and carbon monoxide levels normalise
After 24 hours Anxieties have reached their peak in intensity and start to subside
After 48 hours sense of smell and taste begin to return to normal
After 72 hours your body will test 100% nicotine-free. Breathing becomes easier and your lung's functional abilities start to increase
After 10 days -2 weeks Blood circulation in your gums and teeth are now similar to that of a non-smoker
After 1-9 months cillia have regrown in your lungs, thereby increasing their ability to handle mucus, keep your lungs clean and reduce infections. Your body's overall energy has increased
After 1 year Your excess risk of coronary heart disease, heart attack and stroke has dropped to less than half that of a smoker.
After 5-10 years Your risk of stroke has declined to that of a non-smoker.
After 15 years Your risk of coronary heart disease or pancreatic cancer is now that of a person who has never smoked.