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Smoking Cessation

Smoking Cessation

About Smoking

Many smokers believe, or have been led to believe, that they are addicted to tobacco products. It is eye-opening for many smokers to compare their behaviour with those who take substances that are accepted to create a chemical, body-dependant addiction.

A true addict simply has to take the substance she is addicted to, and makes sure that she takes the amount she is used to otherwise she will suffer serious side effects. Some of these side effects can be serious threats to life – nausea, heart palpitation, hallucination, vomiting, shivering, lapsing into coma, or even death.

However, if a smoker is unable to smoke, perhaps due to a stay in hospital, a long haul flight or simply nursing a bad cold or sore throat at the very most, she may become a little grumpy or short tempered, but suffer none of the more serious side effects mentioned above.

So if a smoker, who usually smokes thirty cigarettes a day for some reason only smokes twenty, she does not have to ‘make-up’ the amount of tobacco she did not consume the next day, while a true addict has to ingest the ‘correct’ amount of the substance that she is addicted to. This gives you another perspective to look at addiction.

Can you really stop smoking?

There is a profound difference between a smoker who has stopped smoking and a non-smoker. The smoker courageously resists having a cigarette, but the non-smoker can’t think of anything worse than smoking.

You’ve probably heard people who have quit smoking 10 years ago still say “Every time I have a beer or coffee, I still want a cigarette” – if you are trying to stop smoking, those are very disheartening words to hear!

But it simply means that they only quit smoking at a conscious level – that is, they deliberately and consciously decided to stop, and stopped, and their abstinence is sustained only through their will power. However, subconsciously, smoking is still an attractive prospect for them, and that is where smoking needs to be tackled.

If you’re going to quit smoking, do it right!

There are a million and one ways to stop smoking – from nicotine patches and chewing gum, to tablets, lozenges, inhalers and Zyban, the stop smoking drug. In addition, there are plenty of people out there willing to tell you how to stop smoking – quit tips are everywhere. But they all miss one vital component – the subconscious mind.

If you are going to make the effort to free yourself from the terrible effects of smoking, why not do it right? Use a proper smoking cessation program that will leave you free of the desire to smoke.

Smoking Cessation Program

This program will gently move your mind from its current craving state to complete freedom from cigarettes.

You will no longer be controlled by the need to smoke. No more planning your day so you can smoke, no more running outside at work or at parties, no more worrying whether you have enough cigarettes left.

Smoking-cessation methods that treat smoking as an addiction (nicotine patches, nicotine gum, and so on) have a very low success rate, acknowledged to be around 23%. The makers of the drug Zyban state that the drug is only effective if it is taken in conjunction with ‘psychological intervention’.

A smoker’s mental state must be stable and requires will power to end the dependency. I deliberately call it a dependency and not an addiction. You have seen that an addict must take the drug in just enough amounts to temporarily satisfy the craving, but a smoker doesn’t. An effective treatment of smoking dependency must take into account this fact – that the smoker is not really an addict.

Yes, you heard right!

When many smokers are told during their smoking cessation program that they can keep smoking they are quite surprised:

“You continue to smoke while you progress through the program. You only quit when you don’t want to smoke anymore.”

Now, isn’t that easier on the smoker? Definitely! Does the smoker need to have extraordinary will power to break the habit? Of course not! By connecting the smoker with her sub-conscious she can identify the source of her habit, acknowledge it and then make the choice to stop smoking.

Consult a Hypnotherapist

For effective results, it is best that you consult and work with a qualified Hypnotherapist. Such a professional is well trained in helping you with your smoking dependency. It would be fruitless to attempt self-hypnosis with a flawed understanding and cause yourself frustration, and in the end find yourself still have not kicked that smoking habit.

Would you want to be a non smoker for the rest of your life?

Hypnotherapy is a very effective solution to your problems. When you require my assistance, please do not hesitate further and contact me.

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