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QUIT SMOKING

*NOW WITH YOUR OWN RECORDING FOR YOU TO REMAIN BEING THAT NON SMOKER*

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Stop smoking in just ONE session

Quitting smoking is a real challenge. But it’s one of the best things you can do for your physical and financial health. We all know that smoking causes serious illnesses like cancer and heart disease, not to mention the serious dent that your habit will put in your bank account. If like countless other smokers, you have tried to quit and failed, you will know that it’s easier said than done. Quit Smoking now!

A powerful physical and psychological addiction

Nicotine is what gets you hooked on cigarettes when you start smoking. It acts on the brains ‘reward’ centre, so every time you get a nicotine hit, your brain expects to feel good. If something feels good, you keep on doing it. The behaviour becomes unconscious and a habit is formed.
But what if you could take control of your habit and have no desire to smoke? What if you could feel physically and financially healthier, and put smoking firmly in your past?
If nicotine replacement products or other smoking cessation methods haven’t worked for you, maybe it’s time you considered using hypnosis to stop smoking.

Hypnosis can work for you

Many of our behaviours, thought patterns and habits are formed at a subconscious level. To change anything in our lives, we need to reprogramme the subconscious. This is how hypnotherapy can help. Destructive habits and thoughts are removed and replaced with positive affirmations until the new healthy habit becomes automatic.

One session is all it takes

I can help you to stop smoking after just ONE hypnotherapy session. When you quit smoking, the health benefits are almost immediate. It has been proven that;

After only 20 minutes, your blood pressure and heart rate return to normal

After 72 hours, your body is 100% nicotine free

After 3 months smoke free, your risk of a heart attack is reduced

After 1 year, your risk of heart disease and stroke is half that of a smoker

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