Quit Smoking

Positive Change Hypnotherapy Gran Canaria

Take control of YOUR life again!!!

Whether you smoke 6 or 60 a day, if you have reached the point where you are tired and fed up with smoking and really want to be a non-smoker for the rest of your life, you have come to the right place.

Consciously everyone knows how harmful and expensive smoking is but this evidence is not enough to overcome how the unconscious mind holds on to smoking.

Kevin O’Brien can help you remove this habit from your life FOREVER! 

If you truly want to stop he will make it very easy for you. Hypnosis can help you make it happen

Quit Smoking

Once you have made the decision to quit smoking, Hypnosis can help you make it happen.

Hypnotherapy is so much more successful where other methods have failed.

Many stop-smoking methods only seek to treat the chemical addiction to nicotine but it is often the sheer force of habit that keeps smokers reaching for their cigarettes.

Hypnosis tackles both aspects of smoking and will boost your willpower as well as eliminating your cravings.

You can also gain satisfaction in the fact that you have tackled and beaten the smoking habit without introducing any other chemicals into your body.

Best of all it is possible for you to quit smoking with just a single Hypnotherapy session:

  • Take control of YOUR life!
  • Stop cravings
  • Have no desire to smoke again
  • Increase your motivation
  • Look to the future and think like a non-smoker

Almost every smoker, over the years, becomes psychologically conditioned to believe they need to smoke. Kevin uses hypnotherapy to access the deeper parts of your unconscious mind and re-program them so that you will become a non-smoker again.

People obtain great benefit from one-to-one Hypnotherapy sessions with Positive Change Hypnotherapy.

It is empowering, liberating and quite likely the best possible single thing you can do to improve not only your health, but the health of those around you.

You will normally have just one session, lasting perhaps an hour and a half, although sometimes it can take more sessions depending on your
individual needs.



Timeline of Health Benefits After Stopping Smoking:

After Health Benefits
72 Hours Breathing becomes easier. Bronchial tubes begin to relax and energy levels increase
1 Month Skin appearance improves owing to improved skin perfusion
3-9 Months Cough, wheezing, and breathing problems improve and lung function increases by up to 10%
1 Year Risk of a heart attack falls to about half that of a smoker
10 years Risk of lung cancer falls to about half that of a smoker
15 years Risk of heart attack falls to the same level as someone who has never smoked


Advice and Tips for Quitting Smoking

You do not need to be told that quitting smoking is difficult. No doubt you have tried and failed. However, take comfort that statistically the more attempts you have at quitting smoking the increased chance of successfully kicking the habit.

There is no single right way to quit but there are key factors to success as follows:

Setting a quit date and choosing a quit plan

Setting a date gives you a target and also helps when you reach milestones such as one week, one month one year etc. Some people choose the start of the New Year, some choose their Birthday or an anniversary while some choose the National Quit Smoking day. Whatever date you choose should be significant to you.

Making the decision to quit

It is important that when you decide to quit you really want to quit and that you know the reasons why you are quitting e.g. health, finance, family etc.

Dealing with any withdrawal

It is important to realise that not everybody suffers from withdrawal symptoms and if you accept this it is less likely that you will succumb to withdrawal problems

Staying Quit

It is important that you are aware that if you ever do take another puff of a cigarette it is not the end of the world and that as long as you extinguish it immediately and continue as a non smoker it is fine. Do not view yourself as a failure if you slip back.





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