Stop Smoking with Hypnotherapy

More likelihood of your success is with Hypnotherapy Support

What do Adele, Ewan McGregor, Matt Damon, Debra Messing, Drew Barrymore, Ellen DeGeneres, Aaron Eckhart, Ashton Kutcher, all have in common? Yes, you guessed it (I’m sure the title of the article gave it away) they have all used hypnosis to stop smoking.

Do you want to stop? That would be my first question. I would love to work on my sister to help her to stop smoking but there is no point. Why? Because she isn’t ready to stop, and with the best will in the world, I can only help her to do something she wants to do.

I can’t make her do anything she doesn’t want to – even though it costs on average £60 a week for a 20 a day smoking habit, costing £300 per month.

What would you do with an extra £300 per month?

Are you ready to stop smoking?

Hypnotherapy can give you a better chance of success

There have been no official statistics around the success of hypnotherapy in stopping smoking. No scientific research? I was very surprised by that, but then I started digging.

The fact is that the NHS is looking at alternative therapies including Hypnotherapy and Acupuncture, and some medical professionals offer hypnosis as a therapy, gives me hope that there will be some genuine supporting statistics available at some point in the future.

The benefits of stopping smoking can start to happen from as little as 20 minutes after your last cigarette

The stop smoking timeline below highlights the benefits you can start to benefit from when you have that last smoke:

  • 20 minutes

    Blood pressure and heart rate return to normal.

  • 12 hours

    Carbon monoxide levels drop back to normal.

    12 hours

  • 24 hours

    The body starts to clear out the mucus build-up in the lungs.

  • 72 hours

    Breathing becomes easier and energy levels increase.

    72 hours

  • 1 month

    Appearance of the skin improves.

  • 3 to 9 months

    Lung function can improve by up to 10 per cent.

    3 to 9 months

  • 1 year

    Risk of suffering from a heart attack falls to about half of that of a smoker.

  • 10 years

    Risk of developing lung cancer falls to about half of that of a smoker.

    10 years

  • 15 years

    Risk of suffering heart attack falls to that of a non-smoker.

What are you waiting for? The average cost of a session to stop smoking is less than a months’ cigarettes.

Five percent of people have the willpower to kick the smoking habit with Gum, Patches, Zyban and Champix help but with horrible potential side effects.

Hypnosis can help with NO side effects and can be effective with just one session.

The Positive Mindset is offering you the support you may need to make that change, kick the smoking habit and become a healthier you right now.