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What’s the worst thing about smoking?
It's destroying my health!
It’s no secret that smoking is bad for you. Lung cancer, emphysema, and strokes are just some of the health risks associated with smoking. You knew most of that when you lit up for the first time, but you were young and thought you’d live forever…and, besides, you could quit whenever you wanted to. Well, how’s that worked out so far?
It's costing me a fortune!
Smoking is expensive. The obvious cost is the cigarettes themselves; they’re expensive and the price is only going to keep going up. How much do you spend in a month on cigarettes? In six months? A year? Five years? How much money are you spending on something you’re going to set on fire? And what else are you spending money on because of your habit? Gum? Lighters? Extra doctor and pharmacy costs? The list just keeps going on and on.
My friends and family hate it.
Your family and friends care about you, but it’s more than that. Smoking used to be a social thing, but not anymore. Smoking is less and less socially acceptable every year. Plus you can’t smoke in public places most of the time, so any time you go out with friends or family you have to go outside — maybe all the way off the property, depending on where you are — to smoke. You’re missing out on things every time you run out to take care of your habit.
I look old and I stink!
Maybe you can’t smell it, but everyone else can. It’s like an announcement every time you walk into a room: “Here comes the smoker!” And even if you think you’re covering up the stink, there’s nothing you can do about what it’s doing to your skin and hair. It’s bad enough that cigarette smoking can shorten your life…does it have to make you look like you’re closer to the grave than you really are?
Kick the habit & start living well!
Dedicated to helping you become a non-smoker
Jeff smoked for 20 years before he quit smoking. He didn’t have a hypnotist to help him so he knows how hard it can be…and that it doesn’t need to be that way.
Become a winner in health, happiness and improved relationships
Not everyone quits the same way. I customize each program to your triggers and your solutions.
Hypnosis is a permanent solution, and the most effective way to stop forever.
Be good to your heart and lungs. Quitting smoking means you start living!
Hypnosis pays for itself with the saving from what you spent on tobacco.
The research confirms it...
Hypnosis is the most effective method to quit smoking
Performance by gender in a stop-smoking program combining hypnosis and aversion:
A study of 93 male and 93 female subjects examined the effectiveness of combining hypnosis and aversion treatments for smoking cessatioin. At a 3-month follow up, 86% of the men and 87% of the women reported continued abstinence from smoking.
Psychological Reports, 1994
Clinical Hypnosis for Smoking Cessation: Preliminary Results of a Three-Session Intervention:
Twenty-one individuals received hypnosis for smoking cessation. At the end of treatment, 81% reported that they had quit smoking.
International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis, 2010
Freedom from smoking: Integrating hypnotic methods and rapid smoking to facilitate smoking cessation:
Of 43 smokers undergoing this treatment, 39 were still not smoking at follow-up (6 months to 3 years post-treatment). This represents a 90.6% success rate using hypnosis and a Rapid Smoking (RS) protocol.
International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis, 2008
A Meta-Analytic Comparison of the Effectiveness of Smoking Cessation Methods:
Meta-analysis was used to analyze the results from 633 smoking cessation studies. This involved 71,806 smokers who reported their results.
The effectiveness of hypnosis effectiveness was:
- More than 2 times greater than “cold turkey”
- More than 2 times greater than nicotine replacement
- And 3 times greater than prescription medication.
The Journal of Applied Psychology, 1992
Guided Health Imagery for Smoking Cessation and Long-Term Abstinence:
A study of 71 smokers showed that, after a 2-year follow up, people who quit smoking using guided imagery were twice as likely to remain smoke-free than those who quit using counseling and educational sessions.
Journal of Nursing Scholarship, 2005