If you work out the money you spend on a pack of cigarettes in 1 day… 1 month or even in 1 year, you will realise that you might use the same amount of money to buy a present or even spend a long weekend with your loved one somewhere.
I might provide thousands of reason why you should quit smoking: for your health, money saving, your kids, etc. But if you aren’t really motivated enough, if you don’t really want to eliminate these bad habits for the rest of your life, then I suggest waiting until you REALLY want to do it. Hypnosis is a powerful tool but it is not a magic wand. It takes some effort and a good collaboration between the hypnotherapist and the client to make changes happen.
So are you ready to become a NON-SMOKER for the rest of your life?
If the answer is YESSSS I will gladly explain to you how to do it in only ONE stop-smoking session: I will guide you to disconnect the habits of smoking from triggers and replace them with something different that is good for yourself and your new non-smoker life. You will mainly work on your motivation by using different techniques that will allow you to remain a non-smoker for the rest of your life.
This is what you will receive:
- One INITIAL CONSULTATION that includes a pre-talk and an introductory relaxation
- One 1-to-1 Stop Smoking SESSION of approximately 2 hours
- A unique combination of HYPNOSIS AND NLP techniques
- One free follow-up session (if needed)
- A FREE MP3 to reinforce what we did during the session
If during the pre-talk we discover that you smoke due to stress or emotional aspects, you may need additional sessions to work on.
The benefits you will notice take effect just after 20 minutes:
20 minutes – Blood pressure and pulse rate return to normal.
8 hours – Nicotine is reduced by 90% and carbon monoxide levels in the blood are reduced by 75%. Circulation improves.
24 hours – Carbon monoxide and nicotine are almost eliminated from the body. Lungs start to clear out mucus and other smoking debris.
48 hours – There is no nicotine left in your body. The ability to taste and smell is greatly improved.
72 hours – Breathing becomes easier. Bronchial tubes begin to relax and energy levels increase.
2 – 12 weeks – Circulation improves.
1 month – Physical appearance improves, skin loses its greyness and becomes less wrinkled.
3 – 9 months – Coughs, wheezing and breathing problems improve as lung function is increased.
1 year – Risk of a heart attack falls to about half that of a smoker.
10 years – Risk of lung cancer falls to half that of a smoker.
15 years – Risk of heart attack falls to the same as someone who has never smoked