Stop Smoking With Hypnotherapy

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With the smoking ban firmly in place and plans for the government to remove cigarettes from display, now could be the time to think about giving up smoking. Trying toquita smoking addiction is no easy task and there are plenty of nicotine patches, gums and inhalers available to ease the process. And during the last few years, lots of smoking cessation programs have been set up to give you advice on how to stop smoking. However, many of these programs ignore the most important factor to giving up cigarettes and that’s the desire to quit.

Hypnotherapy has become one of the most popular and effective ways to stop smoking because it targets the one area where our desire to do something resides – the subconscious. Hypnosis has the techniques to help you quit smoking and overcome your addiction to nicotine. Once you’ve given up, you’ll start to lead a healthier and stress-free life.

Visiting a hypnotherapist can help you stop smoking

There is a big difference between stopping smoking and becoming a non-smoker. Giving up nicotine, and resisting the temptation to smoke again, takes a courageous effort, but saying you’re a non-smoker means there’s nothing worse than the thought of a cigarette or cigar. People who have stop smokingwill often continue to complain about missing a cigarette with a drink or after a meal. They have stopped smoking only at a conscious level and potentially still have the desire to smoke again.

Hypnosis can help you identify and understand the desire to smoke and overcome it. To do so, you will first have to want to give up smoking. By reading this article or researching ways to stop smoking you have already started to think about giving up. A hypnotherapistcan’t help someone who continues to want to smoke as hypnosis can’t make you do anything unless you want to. First consider your reasons for wanting to give up smokingas the wrong reasons can result in failure. If it’s just convenient for you to quit smoking i.e. your partner is giving up and they want you to do it with them, then you have not examined your own reasons properly and probably still desire to smoke. You can also potentially harm their progress by tempting them to have a cigarette again.

Perhaps you want to improve your health or remove the health risks associated with smoking. Maybe you want to save the money you spend on cigarettes for more positive things. You may be one of many who are now fed up with the feeling of social rejection from smoking, particularly with the public smoking ban in place. Whatever your reasons, they must be your own. If you have a partner and both have good reasons for quitting smoking then seeing a hypnotherapist for hypnotherapy sessions can take place in pairs.

Hypnotherapy is an effective way to stop smoking

Hypnotherapy moves you away from wanting a cigarette by tapping into the subconscious part of the brain. The subconscious is where negative thoughts, habits and behaviours are formed. When in a hypnotic state, you are open to suggestion and can begin to alter the way your subconscious views smoking. Hypnotherapy boosts confidence and you’ll start to feel good about yourself when you’re offered a cigarette and are able to say “no thank you, I don’t smoke”. Hypnosis is an effective way to quit nicotine stop smoking and improve your physical, mental and emotional state.

Article Submitted By:
Daniel Alexander, GoToSee Journalist

Date Published:
05/05/08

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One Response to “Stop Smoking With Hypnotherapy”

  1. Jayne Says:

    As someone who has used hypnotherapy to quit smoking I can certainly vouch for it as an effective cure. I suppose everyone is different but I tried everything to stop smoking and none of them worked. I used patches, nicorettes, read books etc.

    When I finally decided enough was enough I did some research found my nearest hypnotherapist and after two sessions and 4 months I am still an ex smoker.

    So if you’re considering stopping smoking then give hypnotherapy a go – it worked for me. The only thing I would say is if you turn up expecting to pay the money and get it sorted without any real desire to try your hardest then I doubt it will work. For me I felt that I part of the reason hypnotherapy worked for me was that I really decided I was going to quit smoking this time round.

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