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Quit Smoking Hypnosis

Discover how quit smoking hypnosis through Rapid Transformational Therapy® can help you quit for good!

Why is smoking so addictive?

Nicotine activates a specific part of your brain that makes you feel happy by stimulating the release of the hormone dopamine. When nicotine is inhaled, the buzz you feel is the release of adrenaline which stimulates the body and causes your blood pressure and heart rate to increase, and makes you breathe harder.

Once a habit is formed, the habit of smoking is established, we feel as though we need to smoke to feel “normal”, like our daily tasks cannot be completed until we’ve had our smoke. We begin to connect our smoking routines with many of our daily and social activities, creating triggers, making it hard to do those activities without smoking. An example is associating a cigarette with a cup of coffee or talking on the phone.

I know because I have been a smoker, then a non smoker, then a social smoker, then a smoker and on and on the smoking merry go round I went.  I would be enticed back, triggered back to smoking when I was drinking with friends, I was triggered when I was fighting with my husband or when I had a particularly hard day at work thinking that smoking was my friend. But No, smoking is definitely is NOT my friend.

How does hypnosis and RTT work
to help you stop smoking?

RTT is different from normal hypnotherapy, RTT helps you find the root cause of your smoking addiction.  The quit smoking hypnosis session involves working together with me to create a clear profile of your smoking habits, including the history of how you started. Using deep relaxation and hypnosis for smoking we uncover the reasons to why you smoke.

Once these reasons have been identified, we eliminate them and reprogram the subconscious mind through stop smoking hypnosis to dislike smoking and make your triggers, trigger you for healthy alternatives. This smoking hypnosis method is extremely successful and will enable you to breathe freely.

Benefits of Quitting Smoking

During the first few hours and weeks after having the last cigarette, your body enters the phase of healing. Some of the early symptoms of this phase will make you extremely uncomfortable, however, they will get better with time.

The following timeline tells you about the changes you would go through during your journey to quit smoking with mind-body practices.

  • 1 Hour: Circulation improves with a dropin blood pressure and heart rate.
  • 12 Hours: The oxygen levels increase as the carbon monoxide due to smoking is expelled from the body.
  • 24 Hours: The risk of acquiring a heart attack lessens and the stamina for exercising increases.
  • 48 Hours: The sense of taste and smell gradually returns as the healing of nerves begin.
  • 72 Hours: Nicotine levels slowly begin to deplete and your physical cravings touch their peak.
  • 30 Days:  The athletic endurance improves indicating that your lungs are healing.
  • 9 Months: Lungs are healed and the small hair present in them, the cilia, are recovered.
  • 1 Year: A 50-percent reduction occurs in your risk of developing coronary heart disease.
  • 5 Years: The blood vessels expand, reducing the risk of stroke.
  • 10 Years: The chances of a fatality caused by lung cancer are reduced by 50 percent. The risk of acquiring cancer of the throat, mouth, or the pancreas is also reduced.
  • 15 Years: The possibility of suffering from coronary heart disease becomes equal to that of a person who does not smoke.
  • 20 Years: The possibility of death due to cancer or lung disease reduces the level of a non-smoker.

Additionally, you will also observe the following changes in your body as you quit smoking via mind-body practices:

  • Breathing improves,
  • The skin glows,
  • The hair becomes shinier and stronger,
  • The nails reacquire their natural colour,
  • Teeth lose their yellow hue and become whiter, and
  • The immune system is strengthened.