Advanced Hypnosis to Quit Smoking

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Advanced Hypnosis to Quit Smoking

Welcome to the advanced hypnosis to quit smoking page. This is an extensive results-oriented smoking cessation + wellness program to help you overcome your addiction to cigarettes/cigars/vaping. You will also feel less stress and anxiety. Enjoy higher levels of self-love, self-worth, self-esteem, relaxation, poise, calmness, and management of your weight. “When you’re ready, and only when you’re ready to take the next step in your path to healing and freedom I’m here to help.” 

Your next question may be, “Where I can find a certified professional Hypnotherapist for powerful and effective permanent quit-smoking hypnosis near me?” The answer is you already have, right here! Book your free strategy virtual session and find your path to freedom.

Advanced Hypnosis to Quit Smoking: Smoking cigarettes is a powerful addiction that has been prevalent in many societies across the world for centuries. Despite the well-known health risks associated with tobacco use, millions of people continue to smoke. This begs the question, why do we smoke cigarettes?

One reason why people smoke cigarettes is to relieve stress. Nicotine, the main addictive ingredient in tobacco, is a psychoactive drug that stimulates the release of dopamine in the brain. Dopamine is a neurotransmitter that helps regulate our emotional responses, including pleasure and reward. When we smoke, nicotine triggers the launch of dopamine, which can produce feelings of relaxation and stress relief. For people with high-stress jobs or lifestyles, smoking can supply a temporary escape from the pressures of daily life.

Smoking cigarettes and vaping (not a safe alternative to cigarettes) are powerful addictions and are difficult to overcome.

Another cause why people smoke cigarettes is to socialize. Smoking has long been associated with positive subcultures, such as artists, musicians, and rebels. Smoking can be a way for people to bond and feel a sense of belonging to a precise group or community. In some cases, smoking can also be a way to make new connections, as smokers regularly share cigarettes and lighters with strangers.

Additionally, smoking is a tremendously difficult addiction to break. Nicotine is highly addictive, and quitting smoking can be a lengthy and challenging process. For some people, the act of smoking becomes so ingrained in their daily movements that it becomes a part of their identity. Giving up smoking can feel like dropping a part of themselves.

However, it’s important to understand that smoking cigarettes is not only a personal desire but also a product of marketing and cultural norms. The tobacco enterprise has a long history of advertising and promoting smoking as a desirable behaviour. For many years, smoking was portrayed as glamorous, sophisticated, and even healthy. This message was strengthened by Hollywood movies, which often depicted movie stars smoking in romantic or heroic roles. As a result, smoking grew to be associated with status, attractiveness, and power.

Moreover, smoking can also be a way for people to cope with intellectual health issues such as anxiety, depression, or ADHD. Nicotine can stimulate the release of neurotransmitters such as serotonin and dopamine, which can enhance mood and cognitive function. For some people, smoking can provide a temporary remedy for the symptoms of mental illness.

In conclusion, people smoke cigarettes for a range of reasons, including stress relief, socialization, addiction, habit, and mental health issues. However, it is important to recognize the health dangers associated with smoking, which include lung cancer, heart disease, stroke, and respiratory diseases. If you are a smoker, consider seeking support to assist you to quit smoking and improve your overall fitness and well-being.

Advanced Hypnosis to Quit Smoking

Hypnosis has been used as a powerful tool to quit smoking for many years. It is a safe, natural and effective approach to help people stop smoking permanently. It includes inducing a state of deep relaxation and focusing the mind on high-quality suggestions that promote healthy behaviours.

During a hypnosis session, I as a certified Hypnotherapist will guide you into a relaxed state, allowing you to get into contact with your subconscious mind. In this state, the mind is more open to suggestions, and the hypnotist can install new and powerful suggestions to help the individual quit smoking. The hypnotist may also help the individual to visualize themselves as a non-smoker, encouraging them to think about the benefits of quitting smoking such as improved health, better appearance, and longer life.

Research has proven that hypnosis can be an effective tool to quit smoking. A find out about published in the International Journal of Clinical and Experimental Hypnosis found that people who acquired hypnosis were more likely to stop smoking compared to those who tried to quit smoking barring hypnosis.

In addition to being an effective method to quit smoking, hypnosis is additionally safe and non-invasive. Unlike other smoking cessation methods, such as nicotine replacement therapy, hypnosis does now not require the use of drugs or chemicals.

If you are looking to quit smoking, hypnosis can also be a viable option. It is a safe and effective approach that can help you quit smoking and improve your fitness and quality of life.

“Imagine yourself feeling healthy again, in control, smelling food again. Confident, poised with higher self-worth. Enjoy going back to your natural state – addiction free! I offer my Advanced Hypnosis to quit smoking program!”

I know how powerful this addiction is! We all know cigarette companies spend billions annually (9.2 billion in the U.S. in 2019) to keep you addicted and to attract new clients! Sadly, there are over 7000 chemicals in cigarette smoke – each chemical maintains its control over you!

Advanced Hypnosis to Quit Smoking: “I know quitting smoking seems impossible!”

“I’m here to help!”

As you know smoking causes cancer, anxiety, bronchitis, unhealthy sleep, insomnia, dull sense of smell and taste, mood swings, wrinkly skin, lowers immunity against illnesses, heart diseases, yellow fingers, and many more illnesses.

According to the U.S Government (CDC), smoking is directly related to 480k deaths and about 41k secondhand smoking deaths in 2020.

Imagine, through my advanced hypnosis Quit Smoking program, being able to walk away from this powerful addiction (no desire to finish the last cigarette or pack).

Imagine yourself “just quitting,” how good would that feel?

Within minutes of your last cigarette, your body begins to heal itself:
  • 20 min after quitting your heart and blood pressure drop
  • A few days after quitting, carbon monoxide levels in your blood drop to normal
  • 2 weeks to 3 months after quitting, your circulation and lung function increases
  • 1 to 12 months after quitting, coughing and shortness of breath decrease, and your lungs start to regain normal function
  • 1 to 2 years after quitting, your risk of a heart attack drops drastically
  • 5 to 10 years after quitting, your risk of cancers of the mouth, throat, and voice box is cut in half. The risk of strokes decreases as well.

Advanced Hypnosis to Quit Smoking Program: “Still not convinced?”

What is the actual cost of smoking these days?

In the U.S the average cost for a pack of cigarettes is $6.28 ($13.00 in Canada), which means a pack-a-day habit sets you back $188 per month ($390 per month in Canada) or $2,292 per year ($4,680 per year in Canada).

Now multiply that by 5 years, 10 years, or 20 years!

Once we understand your subconscious patterns, we can use our deep trance hypnosis processes to recode your subconscious mind. After each session, you will begin to respond negatively to smoking.

With the power of my advanced Hypnosis techniques, Neuro-Linguistic Programming and Time-line Therapy – my exclusive, customized therapeutic program goes well beyond traditional hypnosis. Not only will you be free of the addiction to smoking, but your therapy will also focus on a complete sense of well-being. You will feel energized, happier, and better equipped to handle situations with poise, self-confidence and higher self-esteem! Any feelings of stress and anxiety will decrease, and you will also sleep better. Ultimately you will feel worthy, and loveable, a sense of belonging and that you are enough! Listen to what my amazing clients are saying: Testimonials.

“If you’re ready to quit smoking, I’m here to help!” Advanced Hypnosis to quit smoking near me – guaranteed results!

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Frequently Asked Questions

Hypnotherapy is a form of therapy used to readjust the subconscious mind. When in hypnosis, you put your mind and body into a heightened state of learning, making your mind more open to positive suggestion for self-improvement or behaviour modification. The goal is to rebalance the subconscious and conscious mind allowing them to work together in harmony, which in turn helps give you greater control over your behaviour, emotions and physical wellbeing.

Contrary to popular belief, hypnosis is not a state of deep sleep. It involves the induction of an induced state of deep relaxation. In hypnosis you are acutely aware, concentrated and focused and it is in this state that the conscious mind can relax and stay calm and become more responsive to positive suggestions, ideas, concepts and lifestyle changes.

In advanced hypnosis, the Hypnotherapist makes use of hypnosis to help the client access their unconscious mind, where many of their beliefs and behaviours are stored. By doing so, they can help the client change these beliefs and behaviours and overcome any negative patterns or limitations that are holding them back.

One of the key variations between advanced hypnosis and traditional hypnosis is the level of education and expertise required to perform it. Advanced Hypnotherapists undergo extensive training and certification to ensure they have the skills and knowledge necessary to work with clients safely and effectively.

There are many different techniques and approaches used in advanced hypnosis, depending on the goals of the client and the preferences of the therapist. Some of the most frequent techniques include:

Regression: This technique involves guiding the client back to an earlier time in their life, where they can explore the root causes of their current issues or challenges. By doing so, they can better understand themselves and their behaviour and begin to make positive changes.

Parts therapy: This technique includes identifying the different parts of the client’s character and working with each part to achieve a specific goal or outcome. For example, if the client is struggling with addiction, the therapist may work with the part of them that wants to quit and help that part become stronger and more dominant.

Hypnotic suggestion: This method involves using hypnotic suggestions to assist the client to overcome negative beliefs or behaviours and adopt new, effective ones. The therapist may use positive affirmations, visualization, or other strategies to help the client achieve their goals.

Metaphor therapy: This method involves using stories or metaphors to assist the client understand and overcome their issues. The therapist may tell a story that is relevant to the client’s situation and help them see how it applies to their personal life.

Self-hypnosis: This technique involves teaching the client how to hypnotize themselves so they can continue to work on their issues outside of therapy sessions. This can be a powerful tool for clients who desire to take control of their own healing and personal growth.

Hypnotherapy is not at all like the performances you see in stage shows, where you might see people barking like a dog or clucking like a chicken. There are no swinging pocket watches and no mind control. In a hypnotherapy session you are in control the entire time. You will hear the suggestions made to you, and you will be able to remember them after the session. Hypnosis cannot do anything that a client resists.

Now let’s dispel a few myths:

  • You cannot get stuck in hypnosis – this is quite impossible.
  • You do not become in any way unconscious or semi-conscious.
  • You cannot, at any time, be made to do things you do not want to do.
  • You are totally aware of yourself and your surroundings at all times.
  • You do not go to sleep.
  • You are not in anyone’s power, like the hypnotherapist, and nobody can take control of you.
  • You can leave the hypnotic state whenever you want.
  • You cannot lose your mind.
  • Hypnosis cannot permanently remove memories or thoughts from your mind.
  • You will not suddenly blurt out your ‘dark’ secrets.
  • Hypnosis cannot bestow psychic abilities or supernatural powers.
  • Hypnosis cannot make you act against, or abandon, your moral code.
  • You do not say or do ‘funny things’ unless you want to.
  • Hypnosis is a truly natural state of mind and body and is therefore perfectly safe.

The experience of a hypnotic trance is not altogether unusual. On the contrary, it feels similar to countless other moments in your life where you may have been absorbed in a good book or movie, lost in thought, engrossed in music, driving to your destination and not really remembering quite how you got there or even meditating.

Meditation is actually very close to a trance state without being guided there, as you would be in hypnotherapy.

Once you enter a state of hypnosis, your body will feel calm and relaxed, similar to the way you might feel when meditating. Your therapist will speak to you in a calm and gently assertive voice, and place the suggestions you agreed to in your treatment plan into your subconscious mind.

The process is simple, fill out the free virtual strategy form and I will contact we will meet for your free consultation. We will discuss your goals, issues and thoughts. A customized plan will be created specifically for you.

If you want to have hypnotherapy, you are a good candidate for it. Hypnosis is a willing state. If someone is trying to hypnotize you against your will, it simply won’t work. For that reason, if you are extremely skeptical of its efficacy, or if you are frightened of it, it may not work for you.

During your initial free 30-min virtual strategy call, we will discuss your presenting issues, your goals and your expectations. I will ask some questions to gain an understanding of your needs taking into account any medication or other therapies you may have had or are currently having with other healthcare professionals. I will explain in detail how clinical hypnosis works, what you can expect and you will have an opportunity to ask any questions you may have about the therapeutic process. You will then be guided to a wonderful state of deep relaxation and enjoy a demonstration hypnotherapy session.

Subsequent sessions will begin with a full in depth review of how the presenting issue (or issues) have improved since your last session followed by a full therapy session.

Yes, absolutely! Everything I do is powerful and profound. You will notice incremental changes in your behavior. Your loved ones, or close friends will most likely notice first!