Do you really want to quit smoking? This may seem a strange question, but is very significant in being the foundation of a successful attempt. Remember that each time you make a half-hearted attempt, it may result in a failure, and you’d be back to square one.
Hypnotherapy for smoking cessation could be your last resort. Some smokers are wondering about how to want to quit smoking
Quitting smoking online may seem unusual, and it certainly challenges one of the sacred cows of hypnosis. But I’m sure as a smoker who wants to quit you couldn’t care less about hypnosis politics. The only bottom line of interest is that it works. In the past few years since I started doing online hypnosis I have successfully helped many people from as far as Melbourne to Cardiff UK to Los Angeles
I had gotten an urgent call from my doctor to come immediately He just got the results of the MRI and the tissue sample biopsy. I’ve been coughing a lot the doctor and my wife both say, “The smoking must stop!” I said “Doc, give up smoking? “You have to be jokin
We presume that government is at least as aware of the established health risks of smoking – for smokers and non-smokers – as any aware and enlightened human that there is already incontestable evidence from medical research of the link between Smoking and the Big Three: lung cancer, heart disease and chronic bronchitis. That the death rate for lung cancer is 1000 times higher for smokers than for non-smokers. That three out of four bronchitis deaths are caused by smoking (not air pollution, as is often believed). And that, in the age group 45-55, death rates from heart disease are 50 per cent higher for men smokers than for men non-smokers; and 100 per cent higher for women.It’s easy to break smoking into the categories of the agony and the OK. The agony associated with smoking is all too well known. There is no secret that smoking has caused millions of death, and that smoking is still one of the most risky activities that large numbers of people still indulge in. The OK or good is on the pleasure side of the equation. Most of my quit clients, admit to not even liking cigarettes, a small percentage say they like smoking, however none ever admit to loving it. Perhaps these people aren’t looking to quit. But a common response is that they think smoking feels OK or that it feels good. Having a deadly habit that offers just OK up against the potential of death, or at least serious illness and a much shortened lifespan, sound like a lousy deal
In my pre-hypnosis contacts I always advise clients to ensure there will be no cigarettes in their environment for when they go home after the session. The only block to this is if there is another smoker in the house. In this case then you will need to negotiate some spaces which will be smoke free, plus have the other smoker agree to not give you a cigarette under any circumstance. One client who could not get this agreement booked himself into a motel for two nights to avoid any contact. I have to say that I really admired this level of commitment. Keeping some cigarettes just in case will not be of any help to you. Firstly it’s usually the client themselves who have hidden the smokes in the back of the wardrobe. But of course they hid them, so they are not hidden and in any home will just be a minute or two away from accessing.