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STOP AND QUIT SMOKING WITH HYPNOTHERAPY
IN JUST ONE SESSION
What you get for your investment:-
My experience and studies over the last 30 years plus over 20 years with over 10,000 clients plus the benefits of my trainings in the USA and the UK over many years all included to help you to be free from smoking.
There are therapists in the main city centres charging anything up to £300 to £500 for a one hour session and that is why I have many clients from Manchester, Liverpool and even further afield coming to see me and many of my previous clients refer people to me.
DO YOU WANT TO:-
Have more money
Be more in control
If you answered yes to 3 or more of the above questions then
HYPNOSIS WITH NLP & EFT
COULD CHANGE YOUR LIFE
IF YOU REALLY WANT TO STOP SMOKING BUT FIND THAT YOU CAN’T THEN
HERE IS THE GOOD NEWS :-
With Hypnosis there are:-
No need for will power
No weight gain
MY STOP SMOKING SESSION IS A TWO HOUR SESSION AND COSTS
UP TO 70% LESS THAN SOME CITY CENTRE HYPNOTHERAPISTS
CHARGE FOR A ONE HOUR STOP SMOKING SESSION
HAVE YOU IN THE PAST:-
Tried to stop and then returned to the habit
Become irritable after quitting
Tried to use willpower alone and failed
Become stressed or bored and returned to the habit
If you want to stop smoking but can’t then I can help you
Hypnotherapy has been proved to be consistently more effective in aiding stopping smoking than nicotine patches or gum AND utilising NLP and EFT makes it even more effective
THERE IS FULL SUPPORT BEFORE, DURING AND AFTER YOUR
SESSION WITH A FREE BACK UP SESSION (WHICH IS RARELY REQUIRED BUT IS THERE FOR YOUR BENEFIT)
YOU CAN DECIDE THAT THE TIME IS NOW.
You could be free from smoking after just one visit or you could just think about yourself and how you would look and feel in a few years time saying to yourself “I wish I had stopped years ago” as you notice the negative effects on your health caused by that wasteful habit (poor breathing, yellow stains, smelling awful, lack of taste, illnesses, etc. etc.) not to mention the wasted money that could have been put to better use
You are reading this and considering quitting smoking so WHY WAIT? Think of how great it would feel to be a non-smoker NOW.
You know the dangers and the downside of smoking but NOW it is time for you to think of all of the benefits of being a non-smoker, you definitely agree don’t you that quitting is worthwhile.
Why not do it the easy way NOW?
There have been a number of research projects that demonstrate the effectiveness of different smoking cessation approaches. Which Magazine and more recently National Scientist, combining 600 studies covering 72,000 people both concluded that hypnosis is by far the most effective.
I will gain weight.
False, many people who have used hypnosis to become non-smokers end up reducing their weight!. If you talk to a smoker who has tried to quit “cold turkey” (i.e., without any help or preparation) they may tell you that they have put on weight and the reason for this is that they have not changed their habit but are substituting sweets, chocolate, etc. in place of their old smoking habit. If they put some food into their mouths at every point where they used to smoke then they will put on weight as they are merely substituting one habit for another. They also hear repeatedly from others who have tried the cold turkey method that quitting smoking causes weight gain. So when they stop smoking their fear of weight gain can cause them to continue skipping meals or they substitute junk food for cigarettes. Using hypnotherapy this is taken care of and people actually find that they can taste their food better while eating more healthily.
I can’t stop because I’m addicted.
If it was an addiction then people would become addicted to nicotine patches (and this never happens). If you were to go on a long haul flight then you would not smoke for 12-14 hours (which would be impossible if they were an addict).
The “addiction mindset” defeats the will, not the substance itself. In 1997, secret tobacco industry documents revealed that the amount of nicotine found in most brands was not addictive enough, people were still able to stop smoking. So research was conducted at a lab in Oakland, CA on how to genetically alter the tobacco plant to produce even more nicotine! That did not work, so now additives are used in tobacco to make nicotine become more rapidly absorbed into the bloodstream instead. Anything that give us a “rush” can be habit forming but it is not an addiction.
I don’t believe that I can make it through the withdrawal symptoms.
As the body starts to balance itself and goes back to normal, often new non-smokers mistake both the natural fluctuations in their blood sugar levels and unfamiliar cravings for “withdrawal symptoms”. Low blood sugar can cause a little irritability, nervousness, nausea, headaches, stomach aches, dizziness and cravings. They experience these symptoms because for quite some time they have substituted nicotine (an appetite suppressant and stimulant) for the normal craving for food! This is also taken care of within the session.
20 minutes of your last cigarette:
The Blood pressure drops to normal.
The pulse drops to its normal rate.
Body temperature of your hands and feet increases to normal
The carbon monoxide level in your blood drops to normal.
Oxygen level in your blood increases to normal.
Chances of heart attack decreases.
Nerve endings start re-growing.
Your ability to smell and to taste things is enhanced.
Bronchial tubes relax, making breathing easier
2 Weeks to 3 Months
Walking becomes easier
Lung function increases up to 30 percent.
1 to 9 Months
Coughing, sinus congestion, fatigue and shortness of breath decrease.
Cilia re-growth in the lungs, increasing your ability to handle mucus, clean the lungs
and reduce infection.
Your body’s overall energy level increases.
The lung cancer death rate for the average smoker (one pack per day) decreases from 72
per 100,000 to 37 per 100,000
10 Years The lung cancer death rate for the average smoker drops to 12 deaths per 100,000
(almost the rate of non-smokers)
Pre-cancerous cells are replaced by healthy cells.
Risks for other cancers – almost the rate of non-smokers
Risks for cancers such as those of the mouth, larynx, esophagus, bladder, kidney
and pancreas decrease.
(There are at least 30 chemicals in tobacco smoke that cause cancer.)
There are many Stop Smoking Therapists who use only one technique or who have had as little as a weekend’s training before advertising for clients. Beware therapists with little or no experience who are jumping on the Stop Smoking bandwagon. When you choose me you know that you are working with an experienced therapist. I have completed 1,000’s of Professional consulting hours with clients. I am a Licensed Hypnotherapy Trainer and Clinical Hypnotherapist, a Master Practitioner of NLP and Timeline Therapy. I also have Advanced qualifications in Meridian Therapies (EFT, TAT, etc.) and I have trained in both the UK and the USA over many years.