If you are completely 100% committed to stopping smoking, then all you need to do is bring yourself along to one concentrated session which lasts about 1 ½ to 2 hours.  The initial free consultation for smoking cessation can be done over the phone.  It is essential that the decision to stop smoking comes purely from you and you are not feeling pressured to attend by a friend or family member. The effectiveness of hypnotherapy for smoking cessation has been evident for many years.  Back in the early 1990s a large research project into “stop smoking methods” was undertaken at the University of Iowa.  The New Scientist reported that the studies claimed using hypnosis to stop smoking was the MOST effective way to give up.  A more recent study by Professor Green at the University of Ohio has also confirmed the success of stop smoking hypnosis.  Other research results (published in the Journal of Applied Psychology), which include 48 studies of hypnosis covering 6000 smokers, clearly show that hypnosis is three times more effective than nicotine replacement therapy. And if you need a reason to quit smoking, here are just a few!*

  • Within 20 minutes of quitting your pulse returns to normal.
  • Within 8 hours of quitting your circulation improves. Nicotine is reduced by 90% and carbon monoxide levels in the blood reduce by 75%.
  • Within 24 hours nicotine and carbon monoxide are almost eliminated from the body. Lungs start to clear out smoking debris.
  • Within 48 hours all traces of nicotine are removed by the body. The ability to taste and smell improves.
  • Within 72 hours breathing becomes easier. Bronchial tubes begin to relax and energy levels increase.
  • With 2 to 12 weeks circulation improves.
  • Within 1 month physical appearance improves – skin loses its grey pallor and becomes less wrinkled.
  • Within 3 to 9 months coughing and wheezing are reduced.
  • Within 1 year excess risk of heart attack reduces by half.
  • Within 10 years risk of lung cancer falls to about half that of a continuing smoker.
  • Within 15 years risk of heart attack falls to the same as someone who has never smoked.
  • Stopping smoking reduces the risk of developing many fatal diseases including, but not limited to, cancer of the lung, mouth, lip, throat, bladder, kidney, pancreas, stomach, liver and cervix.
And in addition to all that, you’ll smell sweeter, feel less stressed, have increased levels of fertility, experience much more energy, have a better sex life, get whiter teeth and live in a smoke-free home to protect your loved ones! **   The cost of the smoking cessation programme is £150.   After stopping for just 15 days you'll have made your money back! In just 3 weeks of quitting you could save £210. After 4 weeks of quitting you could save £280. In 6 months you could save yourself £1820. In a year you'll be £3640 better off - think about how good it would be to have all that extra cash! ***  

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*All health facts provided by ASH.org.uk was correct at date of publication 28.11.16.

**Information provided by nhs.uk

*** Based on the cost of one packet of 20 cigarettes at £10 and a smoker who smokes 20 cigarettes a day.