Are you dying for a cigarette?
Stop Smoking With Hypnosis!
When you know it’s time to stop smoking and take back your life, hypnosis can make the difference. The success rate is higher than any other method. In fact, there is no other method for smoking cessation supported by research that even comes close.
DENISE OATLEY HALL
Why hypnosis makes a difference
Contrary to what many smokers believe, the nicotine is NOT the biggest challenge of quitting. Because depending on how much you smoke, the nicotine is out of your blood in 1- 3 days! Other chemicals may take a few days more. That’s why withdrawal symptoms like insomnia, nervousness and anger tend to fade away after a week.
Once the physical addiction is gone, it's the mental habits that make it challenging for most people to stop smoking. You see, to become a smoker, a person needs a reason to begin and then they need to develop a habit of smoking. None of us were born wanting to smoke. It is a learned process – a habit. Hypnosis is the most effective way to stop smoking because it deals with the source of the habit.
How hypnosis works
While in hypnosis the conscious mind relaxes, allowing the powerful subconscious to be influenced by imagery and suggestions. Our subconscious minds are very fast and powerful. So, replacing the old thoughts with new thoughts that are aligned with your goals of a healthy smoke-free life is much faster and effective.
Denise uses a variety of methods to address the reason you started and the habits you learned, to free you from your old thoughts and feelings. Habits like smoking after you eat, smoking for stressful situations, smoking when you drink, smoking in certain places or with certain people…are replaced with new thoughts that support your goals.
The most important part about quitting
You must truly want to quit smoking. You don’t have to know how, that’s my job. But you must decide that you will not settle for anything less than being a non-smoker from now to the end of your life. For you, for your loved ones, for life.
20 minutes - Your heart rate drops
12 hours - The carbon monoxide level in your blood drops to normal
2 weeks to 3 months - Your heart attack risk begins to drop your lung function begins to improve
1 to 9 months -Your coughing and shortness of breath decrease.
1 year - Your risk of coronary heart disease is half that of a smoker.
5 years - Your stroke risk is reduced to that of a non- smoker’s 5-15 years after quitting.
10 years - Your lung cancer death risk is about half that of a smoker. Your risk of cancer of the mouth, throat, esophagus, bladder, kidney and pancreas decreases.
15 years – Your risk of coronary heart disease is back to that of a non-smoker.
Quit Smoking Timeline