Stop Smoking in One Hour Using Smoking Cessation Hypnosis

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Stop Smoking in One Hour Using Smoking Cessation Hypnosis

Stop Smoking Within 1 Hour With Hypnotherapy For Smoking Cessation

Stop Smoking Within 1 Hour With Hypnotherapy For Smoking Cessation
It is very hard to stop smoking merely with will power alone. Nicotine replacement therapy, although helpful, still requires a considerable amount of will power and continues the individual’s dependency on nicotine.

Many people think that stopping smoking is depriving them of something, and in this case it is just a matter of time until they start again.

Hypnosis is ideal for overcoming this.

“Hypnotherapy deals with all of the emotional and psychological aspects of giving up smoking.

Hypnotherapy is scientifically proven to be the most effective way of becoming a non-smoker:

Stop Smoking Benefits

“Hypnosis is the most effective way of giving up smoking, according to the largest ever scientific comparison of ways of breaking the habit. Willpower it turns out, counts for very little.”  New Scientist vol 136 issue 1845

Smoking, like all habits, is controlled by the unconscious mind – this is exactly the realm dealt with by hypnotherapists. After these unique and effective hypnotherapy sessions smokers will become non-smokers Fact.

“A must buy if you seriously want to give up smoking. An amazing achievement done in such a clever way. I would love to know how this system works whilst others I have tried have not.

 Hypnotherapy to Quit Smoking

Hypnosis is not a hit and miss success, it neither matters how many years the person has been a smoker nor how many cigarettes, pipe or cigars they smoke per day.

“My average client has smoked for thirty years and/or smoking 40 cigarettes per day (some have been smoking for over half a century and had increased to a staggering 80 -100 per day).

“This stop smoking treatment is not a temporary fix, it is Permanent, with Commitment from you.

Tobacco: How It Kills

Cigarettes kill five million people each year – In the 20th century, one hundred million deaths were attributed to tobacco intake. If current trends continue, tobacco will lead to more than one billion deaths in the 21st century. In order to bring awareness to this issue, this educational movie depicts the harmful effects of tobacco no various organs of the body and illustrates how tobacco damages these vital components of the human body.

 

 

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