How hypnosis can stop you smoking - with a 95% Success Rate
Alexandra Swindells is trained in the Valerie Austin Harley Street Technique for smoking cessation. The' Austin Technique has achieved a 95% success rate over the past 15 years. Using Advanced Structured Hypnotherapy the link of satisfaction between a part of the subconscious mind and the cigarette will be broken and the desire for a cigarette will be redirected into something more advantageous. Hypnosis takes advantage of the mind’s natural ability to imagine and visualise. The clients picture themselves free from habit, filled with new health energy and vitality. They can see themselves as looking healthier more attractive and being more active.
Smoking is a habit
The first cigarette that a person smokes is an unpleasant experience. however as with riding a bike, it gets easier and soon becomes a habit. Most stop-smoking programs work at increasing the individual's strength to resist the desire to smoke. They rely on willpower, and as willpower fluctuates like moods and emotions one day it may be strong the next day it may be weak The detrimental effect of smoking on a person's health is now public knowledge, and for this reason many smokers are now looking for ways to quit.
Why do people smoke?
Smokers will tell you that they 'enjoy smoking' but in the same breath will probably say that they hate it and want to give up anyway. It has been found that people smoke for one of two reasons Firstly that they are identifying with a peer who smokes and secondly as a replacement for something e.g. eating or affection.
Why choose Advanced hypnotherapy?
Traditional suggestion therapy alone has a success rate of between 30% - 60%. The reason for this low percentage is because it doesn't approach the problem by accessing the particular part of the subconscious that derives satisfaction from smoking. Using the Valerie Austin method, the “part” is quickly identified and fixed. Clients require only one session lasting an hour to quit smoking and do so without the normal side effects.
What happens to your body when you Stop Smoking?
The average smoker spends about £1,800 per year. Look after your health and save money.
How hypnotherapy compares with other smoking cessation methods?
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