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Manchester Hypnotherapy for Smoking Cessation

Stop Smoking help from someone who knows.

As an ex-smoker I understand the fears and difficulties that come with the decision to quit smoking.

It doesn’t matter if this is your first go at stopping smoking and you are unsure about how to quit smoking, or you have tried and failed 100 times in the past and are desperate to successfully stop smoking for good.

The important thing to know is that, if you are worried you can’t do it alone then help is here.

“The only real failure in life is the failure to try”.

Many smokers tend to try to stop smoking using willpower or nicotine replacement alone – and for some people it works – but for a majority, stopping smoking can feel like one of the hardest imaginable.

It makes sense to seek professional help.

If you have an issue with your plumbing you employ a plumber.

If there is a problem with your car you employ a mechanic.

Investing in the right kind of help to ensure you no longer smoke makes good sense because the sooner you stop smoking the more money you save.

Manchester Quit Smoking Hypnosis Session Plan?

From the comfort of our hypnotherapy rooms in Sale, Manchester, you will be able to relax while we loosen the psychological grip of your smoking habit, removing any doubts or fears that may linger and allowing you to break free.

We take time during consultation to understand your situation so we can help you more easily overcome any psychological dependency that so many smokers struggle to beat.

Stop Smoking in Manchester within Two Hours

Consider what you normally do with 2 hours of your day? In that time you might watch a film, travel to work and back, shop, play a video game, read a paper or a book, look at the computer. Or you could use 2 hours to stop smoking for good.

During your two hour stop smoking hypnosis session we discuss your individual smoking habit, such as your reasons for stopping smoking, any fears you have about living life without cigarettes while identifying any emotional or physical triggers that you are concerned about such as stressful situations, family or friends that smoke, alcoholic drinks or other drinks associated with smoking, mealtime cigarettes etc.

You will get all the advice, help and support you need to ensure that you leave your smoking cessation session a happy, proud, non-smoker.

A wise investment pays for itself

Consultation and Hypnotherapy treatment with support CD and guaranteed follow-up session if required. 

Total you pay is £120

Stopping smoking is best investment you can ever make.

Manchester Quit Smoking – Help to remain a Non-Smoker for life

I personally ensure each of my stop smoking clients have something extra that will help you to remain a non-smoker for good.

After you stop smoking life will continue, as always, and sometimes bad things happen that may test your resolve to remain a non-smoker. That is why, after your quit smoking hypnotherapy session you will be given a professionally recorded Hypnosis smoking cessation CD, plus a collection of psychological tips and NLP techniques that you can rely upon for an instant boost.

Lifetime Hypnosis Quit Smoking Guarantee

We are so confident that you will be able to quit smoking using our hypnosis approach that if you start smoking again at any point in the future, you will be given a free hypnosis session to get you back on course.

What Happens When I Quit Smoking

When you quit smoking you might find that you experience some mild withdrawal symptoms because your body will still ask for nicotine. This only lasts for about two weeks and we provide you with a simple yet effective way to sail past any cravings with minimal fuss.

You may feel irritable and tense or become snappy at the slightest things.  This is something that tends to happen for some people over the first two or three weeks because the brain is still expecting its nicotine fix. Suggestions are given to you in your Hypnotherapy session that will help your subconscious to sooth away tension and enable you to stay calm. It should also help those that are close by…

You may find it difficult to concentrate for long periods of time. You may even keep thinking about cigarettes. When you stop smoking with hypnosis we include positive suggestions that will help you to quickly forget about smoking so it is not something you even remember to think about.

Many people who successfully quit smoking with help from our Manchester hypnosis clinic were also pleased to find that they experienced vastly reduced side effects associated with past attempts at quitting cigarettes:

The positive psychological changes you make mean that you are unlikely to experience the side effects associated with stopping smoking, but if you do you will be equipped to deal with them.

Stop Smoking the Easier Way.

If you are unsure about stopping smoking then why not call for a free consultation so you can find out more with no pressure to make an appointment.

Think About Your Future...

It can be easy to imagine yourself, smoke free, six months from now, and to spend a minute thinking about all the improvements this will make to your life. How much better you will feel, the improvements to your health. How much more energy you will have? Or you may enjoy thinking of all the wonderful things you can afford with the money you will save?  For some it might mean paying bills more easily or saving up for the future, for others it could be a luxury holiday, designer clothes, expensive beauty treatments, gym membership, presents for loved ones, the list is endless…

Is Hypnosis the best way to stop smoking?

The following research was published in New Scientist magazine.

Research on the effectiveness of hypnosis for quitting smoking

To find the most effective method to stop smoking Frank Schmidt and research student Chockalingham Viswesvaran from the university of Iowa used a meta-analysis, utilising the results of more than 600 studies totalling nearly 72,000 people.
The results, which were published in the Journal of Applied Psychology and included 48 studies of hypnosis covering 6000 smokers, clearly showed that hypnosis, to use the same terminology as the quit counsellor, was three times more effective than NRT.

References - Elliot Wald, Tami J Eggelston PhD & Fredrick Gibbson PhD, "Cognitive reactions to smoking relapse", New Scientist, vol 136, pp6.
Posted from Josephine Teague, Research Director on 07/09/2002

Health Benefits When You Stop Smoking

Detox Timescale:

8 hours The remaining nicotine in your bloodstream will have fallen by around 93%

12 hours Your blood oxygen level will have increased to normal and carbon monoxide levels will have dropped to normal. .

48 hours Damaged nerve endings have started to re-grow and your sense of smell and taste are beginning to return to normal. Most likely to experience mild nicotine hunger at this time.

72 hours Your entire body will test 98% nicotine-free. Lung bronchial tubes are beginning to relax therefore breathing is easier.

10 days At this point you no longer have any physical cravings for nicotine. Blood circulation in our gums and teeth are now at normal levels.

3 weeks to 3 months Your circulation has substantially improved. Walking has become easier. Your chronic cough, if any, has likely disappeared. Your body's overall energy has increased.

1 to 9 months Any smoking related sinus congestion, fatigue or shortness of breath have decreased. Cilia have re-grown in your lungs thereby increasing their ability to handle mucus, keep your lungs clean, and reduce infections.

1 year Your excess risk of coronary heart disease, heart attack and stroke has dropped to less than half that of a smoker.

5 to 15 years Your risk of stroke has reduced to that of a non-smoker.

10 years Your risk of being diagnosed with lung cancer is between 30% and 50% of that for a continuing smoker (2005 study). Risk of death from lung cancer has declined by almost half if you were an average smoker (one pack per day).  Your risk of pancreatic cancer has declined to that of a never-smoker (2011 study), while risk of cancer of the mouth, throat and esophagus has also reduced.

15 years Your risk of coronary heart disease is now that of a person who has never smoked.

20 years Female excess risk of death from all smoking related causes, including lung disease and cancer, has now reduced to that of a never-smoker (2008 study).

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