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If I could help you easily become a non-smoker again, with
no patches, no pills, no gum, 
no cravings....
Would you be interested? 

If you're on this page, you are probably ready to return to being a non-smoker, but are facing some challenges. 

 

A recent study showed that a staggering 70% of smokers want to quit.

You probably

  • have all the best reasons in the world for wanting to become a non-smoker

  • know all the health implications of continuing to smoke

  • might have already perhaps tried to quit methods: pills, patches, gums

But you're still smoking.

Heck, you may have even quit smoking before using sheer willpower and fought hard not to get back on the wagon.

 

But here you are.

You might feel a little dejected, maybe a lot frustrated and also a little hopeless. 

That makes sense.The majority of smokers feel exactly the same way you do, completely stuck in a habit they despise but cannot become free of. 

So why is it so difficult to quit for good?

The first most obvious reason is nicotine.

• Nicotine reaches the brain within 10 seconds of inhaling it- faster than heroin injected directly into the bloodstream.

• A typical smoker will take 10 puffs on a cigarette over the roughly 5 minutes that the cigarette is lit.  For the 1 pack (20 cigarettes) a day smoker, this is 200 "hits" of nicotine to the brain each day

• Nicotine levels subside nearly as quickly as they rise- pretty much as soon as you stub out that cigarette.

• 30 mins after the cigarette, nicotine levels in your body falls to roughly half what it was, and then to a quarter after an hour.

• After that hour, the feelings of ‘withdrawal’ start to kick in, building your desire for the next one.

• That probably helps to explain why each cigarette packet has 20 cigarettes in it and most smokers will generally average a pack a day.

 

However, if you smoked your final cigarette, and used your willpower to fight the urge to light up- nicotine in your body would be fully gone by 72 hours.

 

So if the reason why you can't quit is only based on nicotine- you should be done with cigarettes 72 hours after your last one.

But it's not. Much more complex neurological processes and reward systems are at play even if you've made it that far.

It's not the nicotine that is getting in the way. It's the deeply ingrained habit you've built around the smoking. 

And that's where I can help you using hypnosis. 

Our hypnosis session together will target your mental addiction to smoking- the habit you have formed around smoking.

Sure- physical symptoms you feel when you are experiencing nicotine withdrawal are absolutely real, caused by physiological reactions to not getting the drug. However, these are relatively simple to manage and last a short time.

The bigger challenge which makes it hard for smokers to stop smoking and stay stopped are the dreaded cravings, and consequently, the physiological reactions you experience as a result of the cravings.

Why?

Over your smoking journey, you have successfully built up strong triggers and associations in your subconscious that have strongly intertwined with this habit. They may look like this:

- Drag yourself out of bed, have a cigarette, feel more awake
- Coffee and a cigarette
- Cigarette to finish off breakfast
- Cigarette while taking a morning poo
- Cigarette on the way to work
- Cigarette break gossiping with colleagues
- Cigarette because lonely
- Cigarette because bored
- Cigarette while kids are at school because you deserve it

- Cigarette before lunch
- Cigarette after lunch
- Cigarette so you don't need to eat lunch

- Cigarette after your idiot boss yelled at you

-Cigarette before a stressful client meeting

-Cigarette after a stressful client meeting
- Cigarette on the way home
- Cigarette after dinner
- Cigarette and Netflix and chill
- Cigarette after sex
- Cigarette before bed to tide you over to the morning

And then repeat the cycle all over again.

These patterns are triggered automatically, day in day out, and with very little of your conscious control (also known as willpower).
 
Hypnosis allows direct access to the part of your mind that your habit runs on autopilot.

 

It will also allow direct access to the part of your mind that holds all the resources you need to become a non-smoker again.


When you are in hypnosis, you are naturally more open to suggestion and highly focused, and this provides the optimum environment for rewiring and redirecting those existing patterns and triggers. 

Science has already proven the brain's incredible ability to rapidly reorganise itself after new learnings and experience (a process known as neuroplasticity), and this will work in your favour once we are done with our session together, to remain the non-smoker you used to be. 

 

You will successfully eliminate any automatic, old conditioning to stimuli that used to keep your addiction in place.

You will get back the control you lost all that time ago when you said yes to that first cigarette.

What is your investment?

The hypnosis session will cost you no more than what you are likely already going to be spending in the next couple of months on cigarettes anyway. 

And once your first couple of months of being a non-smoker are done, you would have paid back your investment.

 

And then in a couple months, you would have paid it back again.

 

And in a couple more months, again.

And again.

And again.

 

All that cigarette money- back in your pocket. For the rest of your life.

For a little extra motivation, go ahead and put into the following 'Quit Smoking and Save' calculator:
- no of cigarettes smoked per day
- pack cost
- packs smoked/day
- number of years ahead you potentially won't smoke for

And then hit enter. 
Go on.... I'll meet you at the bottom of the calculator.

The number you generated in the 'Final Savings' section is what you will be saving if you become a non-smoker now.

Look at that number. What could you use that money for instead?

 

This should make it crystal clear that the investment you make on your hypnosis session to become a non smoker now is a mere drop in the bucket of what you will stand to save for the rest of your non-smoking life. 

 

This doesn’t take into account all the health benefits that come with becoming a non-smoker, and the likelihood that cigarettes will continuously get more expensive.

The true value of making this investment in yourself and your future should be obvious to you now. 

Compelling  scientific research backs hypnosis as one of the most effective methods for quitting smoking

  • 90.6% Success Rate for Smoking Cessation Using Hypnosis

Of 43 consecutive patients undergoing this treatment protocol, 39 reported remaining abstinent from tobacco use at follow-up (6 months to 3 years post-treatment). This represents a 90.6% success rate using hypnosis. University of Washington School of Medicine, Depts. of Anesthesiology and Rehabilitation Medicine, Int J Clin Exp Hypn. 2001 Jul;49(3):257-66. Barber J.

  • 87% Reported Abstinence From Tobacco Use With Hypnosis

A field study of 93 male and 93 female CMHC outpatients examined the facilitation of smoking cessation by using hypnosis. At 3-month follow-up, 86% of the men and 87% of the women reported continued abstinence from the use of tobacco using hypnosis. Performance by gender in a stop-smoking program combining hypnosis and aversion. Johnson DL, Karkut RT. Adkar Associates, Inc., Bloomington, Indiana. Psychol Rep. 1994 Oct;75(2):851-7. PMID: 7862796 [PubMed – indexed for MEDLINE]

  • 81% Reported They Had Stopped Smoking After Hypnosis

Thirty smokers enrolled in an HMO were referred by their primary physician for treatment. Twenty-one patients returned after an initial consultation and received hypnosis for smoking cessation. At the end of treatment, 81% of those patients reported that they had stopped smoking, and 48% reported abstinence at 12 months post-treatment. Texas A&M University, System Health Science Center, College of Medicine, College Station, TX USA. Int J Clin Exp Hypn. 2004 Jan;52(1):73-81. Clinical hypnosis for smoking cessation: preliminary results of a three-session intervention. Elkins GR, Rajab MH.

  • Hypnosis Patients Twice As Likely To Remain Smoke-Free After Two Years

Study of 71 smokers showed that after a two-year follow up, patients that quit with hypnosis were twice as likely to remain smoke-free than those who quit on their own. Guided health imagery for smoking cessation and long-term abstinence.Wynd, CA. Journal of Nursing Scholarship, 2005; 37:3, pages 245-250.

  • Hypnosis More Effective Than Drug Interventions For Smoking Cessation

Group hypnosis sessions, evaluated at a less effective success rate (22% success) than individualized hypnosis sessions. However, group hypnosis sessions were still demonstrated here as being more effective than drug interventions. Ohio State University, College of Nursing, Columbus, OH 43210, USA Descriptive outcomes of the American Lung Association of Ohio hypnotherapy smoking cessation program. Ahijevych K, Yerardi R, Nedilsky N.

  • Hypnosis Most Effective Says Largest Study Ever: 3 Times as Effective as Patch and 15 Times as Effective as Willpower.

Hypnosis is the most effective way of giving up smoking, according to the largest ever scientific comparison of ways of breaking the habit. A meta-analysis, statistically combining results of more than 600 studies of 72,000 people from America and Europe to compare various methods of quitting. On average, hypnosis was over three times as effective as nicotine replacement methods and 15 times as effective as trying to quit alone. University of Iowa, Journal of Applied Psychology, How One in Five Give Up Smoking. October 1992. (Also New Scientist, October 10, 1992.) Studies on the Effectiveness of Hypnosis for Smoking Cessation. (2009, April 8). Retrieved from http://johnmongiovi.com

Did you know that these celebrities have successfully used hypnosis to stop smoking?

  • Adele (Singer) - Quit her 20-cigarette a day habit using hypnosis.

  • Ewan McGregor (Actor) - A heavy smoker for years, he said hypnosis made stopping feel “effortless.”

  • Debra Messing (Actor) - The Will & Grace star says hypnosis helped save her life. After hypnosis she was done and remains smoke-free years later.

  • Chelsea Handler (Comedian) - A single hypnosis session helped her quit.

  • Matt Damon (Actor)- Hypnosis helped him quit after 16 years of being a heavy smoker.

  • Drew Barrymore (Actor)- Quit her years-long 2-pack a day habit with hypnosis.

It’s never too late to quit smoking for good.

Whatever age you are, you can stop, feel better and reap the benefits.

Hypnosis can help eliminate the struggle of becoming a non-smoker. 

Are you ready to become a non-smoker?

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