You may have tried everything you know to stop smoking, or maybe you’ve never attempted to quit at all. Either way, it’s important to remember that quitting is easier said than done. Although it may seem a bit daunting at first, there are many factors that can help make your withdrawal much easier on your body and your mind.

Are you looking for an easy and sustainable method to get smoke-free?

Nowadays, Hypnotherapy is gaining a lot of popularity because of its effectiveness in various areas, including smoking.

Why stop smoking?

Whatever age you are, if you make the decision to stop, your health will benefit. However, the sooner you quit; the faster the body can recover and the risk of developing serious health conditions will decrease.

There are many benefits to stopping smoking, including:

Gain more energy and stamina

Improved immune system

Longer life span

Better breathing and pulmonary capacity

Anti-aging effect

Less stress

Younger looking skin

More money

What is Hypnotherapy?

Hypnotherapy is the method of using psychological techniques to reprogram your subconscious mind in order to achieve what you want and desire, in addition hypnotherapy can alter or improve mood or mental states and can enhance organic or physiological conditions as well.


How hypnotherapy can help?

The reason hypnosis works so well is easy to understand. Smoking, like all habits, is controlled by the unconscious part of the mind.

Hypnotherapy can help you overcome negative attitudes and feelings associated with smoking, and may even prevent you from starting to smoke in the first place. It will be important to determine which approach will work best for you. You may have some resistance in relation with hypnotherapy based on erroneous beliefs or ideas, however, with a little preparation and guidance you can overcome such resistance and go straight to experiencing the high benefits of a smoking free life.

Hypnotherapy for smoking cessation is one of the oldest areas of medicine and the treatment remains one of the most effective pastimes for curing smoking addiction. It can be very effective, especially when combined with other therapeutic methods. In fact, a study published in 1996 found that 48% of smokers who received hypnosis for 2-4 weeks experienced complete abstinence from cigarettes.

Some clients require one session only to stop smoking completely, others may need 5 sessions to reach that state of healing and this is related to many factors, see below:

Level of resistance

Fear of hypnosis and erroneous beliefs

Level of negative suppressed emotions

Level of addiction

Level of consciousness

Hypnotherapy can let you stop smoking completely as standalone technique and this is done by targeting the physiological triggers and implementing a new self pattern that rejects the nicotine forever!