It does not matter how long or how much you have been smoking you can quit smoking with hypnosis – fast!
You may have tried to quit before with willpower only, but found it too difficult.
You may even have tried patches or medications that made you feel terrible.
None of that worked for you.
The good news is that it’s never too early to quit smoking. Your lungs and your body will thank you forever.
Smoking contributes to every disease imaginable.
To fight any illness you need your red blood cells full of oxygen.
Smoking changes the shape of the red blood cells and makes them stick together so they have less surface area to deliver oxygen, called oxidative stress.
If I look at your blood under the microscope after two weeks of you not smoking, I can see the difference in the shape of the red blood cells and their increased flow around the body to facilitate your immune system and fight disease.
Specialist in hypnotherapy to help you quit smoking
We have helped thousands of people quit smoking with hypnosis over several decades in my health clubs and clinics in London and Sydney and globally via the internet.
I help people just like you stop smoking all year round. It’s what I do regularly in our clinic, patient after patient, week after week and year after year.
I am trained to doctorate level in hypnosis and am a member of the Australian Hypnotherapists Association.
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How hypnotherapy works to help you quit smoking
Hypnotherapy is a highly effective way to change your behaviour, desires and habits.
This is why we prioritise that treatment for quitting smoking above all other treatments.
Hypnosis and the suggestions we make to your unconscious are far more effective than just using your conscious willpower.
The beauty of it is that there are no side effects and it is a comfortable way for you to relax and enjoy the sessions.
Here’s what some patients have said:
Brian “I was very skeptical as I smoked 40 cigarettes a day for 40 years but I don’t smoke now and don’t miss it.”
Bella: “I walked out and never smoked again. What I didn’t anticipate is how good two weeks later I would feel.”
Gary: “I stopped smoking with Tracie some years ago. It was connected to so many parts of my life. I can honestly say after the first session it just didn’t occur to me to smoke.”
How much are you spending on cigarettes?
Take a moment to think how much you spend on smoking per week, per month, per year. Now add that up.
Then add to that the medical bills you will incur because of the illnesses and health conditions smoking has caused. Take a breath – you’ll need one.
Now add up how much money you will have as a non-smoker in your bank account that you can spend on the things you love and the people you care for. It’s a no-brainer, isn’t it?