Positive change for a Positive Future!
Hypnotherapy is an effective, fast and powerful tool for the permanent eradication of smoking and other unwanted habits, smoking is probably the easiest to achieve. The physical addiction to smoking has been calculated at less than 10%, the rest of that “addiction” is all in the mind and this can be re-educated with hypnotherapy.
Take back control of your life; don’t let life take control of you!
There is no initial consultation during this session. During therapy, I will remind you of the dangers to the mind and body of smoking and how hypnosis will help you to stop forever. I will explain how the subconscious mind has created such a dangerous habit and help you to become a non-smoker for good provided you have a genuine desire to want to quit in the first instance. The desire must be there for the process to work, do not assume that I can just click my fingers and you will be a non-smoker.
Do not think that hypnosis will stop you smoking when the desire to smoke is stronger than the therapy. So as long as you have a genuine desire to want to quit the habit then you will leave the therapy room a non-smoker with no cravings under hypnosis.
“If you are a smoker,
then there is no greater thing
that you can do to improve
your overall length
and quality of life than to give up”
- Anti-smoking therapy is completed in one session of 90 to 120 minutes and costs £130 + free cd
If you smoke just 20 cigarettes per day at £9.40 (2016 pre-budget) per pack, then you will be spending £65.80 a week, £263.20 a month and a staggering £3158.40 per year.
If you manage to smoke -
- 10 per day over 20 years at the current cost of a packet then you would have spent £31,584
- 20 per day over 20 years at the current cost of a packet then you would have spent £63,168
- 30 per day over 20 years at the current cost of a packet then you would have spent £94,752
- 40 per day over 20 years at the current cost of a packet then you would have spent £126,336
Just think what you could have done with that money? New car, mortgage paid off sooner, savings, great holidays etc and not forgetting the most important, longer life.
The average pack in Australia costs £12 and is set to rise by 12.5% per year, starting from 2017. Smokers in Australia could pay approximately Aus $40 (£20) for a pack of cigarettes from 2020, under revenue-boosting budget measures announced this week (May 2016). If this is happening in Australia, a country which has avoided a recession for 25 years and is one of only a handful of countries in the world with triple-A credit ratings, then what is to stop it happening in the UK?. This will happen here before too long. So doesn't it make sense to quit the habit before you start working to smoke rather than work to live?
I look forward to helping you stop smoking.
Helpful resources Help Me Quit Wales