“Giving up smoking is the easiest thing in the world.
I know because I have done it thousands of times”

Mark Twain

Today smoking is considered to be the greatest single cause of premature death in the UK. Despite the abundance of evidence highlighting the health risks of smoking, many people find the habit hard to break. Often people start smoking out of curiosity, due to peer pressure or simply out of boredom. Having family members who smoke can also increase a person’s chances of picking up the habit. Before long, an addiction can form and this can overwhelm people physically and emotionally.

For many, hypnotherapy for smoking is an effective means of breaking the habit for good. Medication and additional treatments can also help.

Researching the effects of smoking, learning what you’ll gain from quitting and discovering all the different ways to quit is an important first step to breaking the habit. The first step is to make sure you are choosing to quit for yourself. Hypnotherapy is most effective when you really want to quit. For example, if you are stopping because friends or a family member is pushing you, you may not get the results you want.

Hypnotherapy works by putting you in a deep, relaxed state where your mind is more open to suggestion. You may also be taught various tools and techniques, which you can practise at home.

Some people find stop smoking hypnosis is enough to break the habit, while others prefer to combine the treatment with medication. This helps to tackle both the physical and mental effects together.

It is important to remember that hypnotherapy for smoking is not a quick fix. While for some people just one session is enough to quit smoking, others may benefit from a follow-up session. The ultimate aim of stop smoking hypnosis is to empower people to take control and develop new patterns of thinking that promote a healthier life.

Non smoker sessions are 90 minutes long with a possible follow up session of 60 minutes a week later.