Smoking is responsible for more than five million deaths worldwide each year.
Tobacco has been smoked in Great Britain and Europe since it’s introduction from the Americas in the late 15th century. However it was not until fairly recently that we have begun to recognise the long term ill effects on health and life expectancy.
There is now an abundance of research data to inform us of just how bad smoking really is for our health and well being, yet even knowing this many people have found cigarette smoking an incredibly hard habit to break.
Sadly too, each year young people still start despite the risks. They may take up the habit through curiosity, because it makes them feel more ‘grown up,’ peer pressure, or simply boredom.
Quitting this kind of mental and physical addiction often takes more than will power alone.
If you are serious about stopping hypnotherapy could be the answer for you!
Studies in America have shown that hypnosis is the most effective method of stopping smoking for good with an 85% success rate with just one session! This contrasts with the low 10% success rate for those using nicotine gum, and 6% using willpower alone! – report by R. Mathews, New Scientist Magazine, 1992.
Hypnotherapy and the use of hypnosis have proven effective helping many thousands of people to kick the habit and stop smoking for good.
Hypnosis can help increase motivation and make the behavioural changes necessary to stop smoking, without many of the adverse side affects most people associate with going cold turkey.
Often an initial two hour intensive session is all it takes, although I personally recommend a further couple of one hour sessions at weekly intervals thereafter, to reinforce the effect.
Hypnosis is often successful where other methods may have failed in the past. Many people have beliefs about how hard it is to give up smoking. Hypnosis makes it easier and increases the rates of success.
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A study at Iowa University in 1992 by Viswesvaran and Schmidt indicated that hypnosis was the most effective way to give up cigarettes.
The study involved 72,000 subjects and tested a variety of methods. Hypnosis was also shown to be three times more effective than Nicotine Replacement Therapies.
Why is it that people feel they have no alternative but to resort to using Nicotine patches or e-cigarettes, sprays etc. which contain the very substance they are addicted to?
“…93% of Nicotine Patch users fail within half a year …” – Freedom From Tobacco – Quit Smoking Now.