Quit Smoking with Hypnotherapy*
Stop Smoking in Basildon - Hypnosis Could Help
you really want to quit smoking?
Stop craving those harmful cigarettes?
Hypnosis could help you stop that nasty habit
Are you noticing you’re getting out of breath more often? Without even
particularly exerting yourself?
Do you think it’s about time that you put your hard earned cash towards
something more rewarding?
Do you sometimes find yourself wondering why you lit up that last cigarette?
You didn't really want it did you?
Wouldn’t you feel fantastic to be able kick that smelly, unhealthy and
Well with my guidance, and the use of therapeutic hypnotic techniques, if
you really want to do it then you could!
You could become a natural
non-smoker and reap the benefits of a new and healthier lifestyle.
If you are motivated to stop smoking then
is a very natural method that could help you to deal with
the cravings, mood swings and over eating which are usually associated with
quitting smoking, and all without any of the negative side effects which can
sometimes be caused by nicotine patches or quit smoking medication.
The quit smoking programme that I use consists of a free consultation in
combination with an intensive session of hypnotherapy and psychotherapeutic
techniques. It is a single session that lasts between 1 hour 45 - 2 hours
minutes and costs £177 (also includes a follow up booster session if
So pick up that phone! Take your first step towards a new life as a
non-smoker and get in touch now! Call, or email, today for
Stop Smoking Hypnotherapy in Basildon!
*Client commitment required.
But surely smoking can't do that much damage can it?
Well, cigarettes include over 4,000 poisonous chemicals; approximately 60 of
these are carcinogenic (could cause cancer). The three main toxins are
nicotine, carbon monoxide and tar.1
Some other chemicals found in cigarettes are:
- Titanium - Metal used to make aeroplanes
- Methanol - Rocket fuel
- Hydrogen Cyanide - Poison used in gas chambers
- Formaldehyde - Preservative for dead bodies
- DDT and Dieldrin - Insecticides
- Carbon Monoxide - Petrol exhaust fumes
- Benzo(a)pyrene - Diesel exhaust fumes
- Arsenic - Rat poison
- Ammonia - Toilet cleaner
- Acetone - Nail varnish remover
When you smoke it increases the rate of your heart and stimulates your
nervous system. A cigarette may provide a quick dose of dopamine (the brain
chemical that feels good) and noradrenaline for a few minutes and this has a
positive effect on your mood and your concentration. However, between
cigarettes, the levels of these hormones slump, leaving you anxious,
irritable and in need of another cigarette. So you have another one to
counter the agitation & get that nice feeling back.... and so the cycle is
repeated over and over again.
Just think now about just how great you will feel when you are free
of that pointless, expensive and unhealthy habit... and if that's what you
want then that’s what
hypnotherapy could help you achieve
Still not 100%? Read these smoking statistics.
Almost 90% of lung cancers in men and 83% in women are estimated to be
caused by smoking. Risk of developing lung cancer is affected by level of
consumption and duration of smoking.
Compared with non-smokers, those who smoke between 1-14 cigarettes a day
have eight times the risk of dying from lung cancer and those who smoke 25
or more cigarettes a day have 25 times the risk. However, risk is more
dependent on duration of smoking than consumption: smoking one pack of
cigarettes a day for 40 years is more hazardous than smoking two packs a day
for 20 years.
Smoking cessation (stopping smoking) has very significant health benefits
even for people who have been smoking for many years.Current smokers are 15
times more likely to die from lung cancer than life-long non-smokers.
Today, tobacco consumption is recognised as the UK’s single greatest cause
of preventable illness and early death with around 107,000 people dying in
2007 from smoking-related diseases including cancers. In addition, the
International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) states that tobacco
smoking can also cause cancers of the following sites: upper aero-digestive
tract (oral cavity, nasal cavity, nasal sinuses, pharynx, larynx and
oesophagus), pancreas, stomach, liver, bladder, kidney, cervix, bowel, ovary
(mucinous) and myeloid leukaemia.
Cancer Resarch UK 2011
http://info.cancerresearchuk.org Oct 2011
How will you benefit from stopping smoking?
- General fitness and breathing will improve.
- Reduced risk of developing illness, disability or death caused by cancer,
heart or lung disease, as well as a reduced risk of gangrene or amputation
caused by circulatory problems.
- Improved fertility levels.
- You will
save yourself money
- As your taste buds recover food will taste better.
- Your skin will appear clearer, your teeth less discoloured and it will help
reduce the amount of wrinkles you develop.
- You could become more confidence in social situations (no more worrying
about popping outside for a ciggie or worrying about how your second-hand smoke
is affecting others).
- You won't smell of stale smoke and neither will your home plus it will
reduce the risk of an accident involving fire in your home.
- You won't be exposing your family and friends to your second hand smoke, so
will be helping to protect their health.
Why wait? Contact me now and
stop smoking in Essex
Please use the button below to pay a deposit for a pre-scheduled Pathways
Hypnotherapy Quit Smoking session via Paypal.
Quit smoking sessions
, up to 2 hours approx. duration, are charged at a
higher rate than my standard sessions because of the intense nature of the
therapy. Your £177 investment includes one 1 hour “back up session” if
required, which should be scheduled within six months of your initial
appointment. Stop smoking sessions require a minimum 50% deposit to schedule