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Smoking Cessation

Home Hypnotherapy Treatmens Smoking Cessation


How Hypnosis or Hypnotherapy can help you to Stop Smoking?
Hypnosis and hypnotherapy is a very effective tool for Smoking Cessation.

You will improve your health. Lower your risk for smoking related illnesses and diseases like high blood pressure, cancer, heart disease and stroke.
You will feel more energetic and vital and most of all you will breathe easier.
You will taste food better, your sexual desire and function will become healthier. Overall, you are going to win!
With hypnosis you use your mind to eliminate unwanted habits. This is done through suggestions that your subconscious mind responds to in a positive way to make the changes you desire. The Subconscious is the part of your mind that controls the habit. If necessary we may use regression therapy to remove all old emotional hooks, that linking you to smoking. With proper therapy and suggestions you will receive so that you will not replace your smoking habit with any other habit (like eating sweets etc…), and that you will maintain a happier, healthier life.

  • Your body begins to heal 20 MINUTES after you stop smoking! Your blood pressure drops to normal in that time and the body temperature of your hands and feet increases to normal.
  • Within 6 hours your heart rate and blood pressure stabilize.
  • Within 8 hours of quitting, the levels of deadly carbon monoxide return to normal and the level of oxygen returns to normal.
  • Within 24 hours of quitting, your chances of having a heart attack begin to drop. Within 48 hours, your ability to smell and taste normally begins to return.
  • After one week, most withdrawal symptoms are gone.
  • Within 2 weeks to 3 months, your circulation improves and lung function increases as much as 30%. Your confidence also improves as you begin to feel good about your progress.
  • Within 2 months your blood flow improves to your hands and feet and your skin looks healthier.
  • After 1 to 9 months coughing, fatigue, sinus congestion, and shortness of breath decrease. After 1 year, the excess risk of heart disease is half that of a smoker.
  • Within 3 months, the cilia ( the lungs’ hair-like cleaning system) recover and begin ridding the lungs of mucous.
  • After 5 years, the lung cancer death rate for a one-pack-per-day smoker decreases by almost half. After 5-15 years after quitting, stroke risk is reduced to that of a non-smoker. Risk of cancer of the oesophagus, throat, and mouth is half that of a smoker’s.
  • After 10 years, the lung cancer death rate is similar to that of a non-smoker.