Stop Smoking

Everyone knows someone who has quit smoking but still says they’d like one. Perhaps with a drink, to relieve stress, when they’re bored or say they are psychologically dependant. You will have heard all of the health implications of smoking and yet you still continue with a habit that you would like to end. I’m sure you’ll be aware of the many benefits which include, more energy, improved immune system, longer life expectancy, better breathing, less stress, younger looking skin and more money and yet…. So why are you still attracted to a habit that can controls your behaviour as well as your purse?

It’s when you make the decision to become a ‘true non-smoker’ that the habit begins to lose its control. Leaving you to enjoy the many benefits of no longer being tied to a habit you don’t want, like or need.


Become a true non-smoker
(not just a smoker who is courageously resisting cigarettes). And what a terrible place to be, having to deny yourself something you want all the time. That’s why I use an approach that helps you become a true non-smoker, not just someone who is resisting smoking.

The ‘stopped smoker’ resists having a cigarette, while the non-smoker couldn’t think of anything worse than smoking. That’s if they give it a thought at all!

My approach to smoking cessation changes the unconscious mind of a smoker to an effortless non-smoker.

No longer will you 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. Most importantly, no more stressing about what smoking is doing to your health.


The Test:
6 questions to check if you are ready to quit:
  1. Can you recall times before you ever fell into smoking? Yes/No
  2. Do you ever ‘forget to smoke’ or not think about it because you are in a non-smoking environment such as on a commercial flight or visiting someone in hospital? Yes/no
  3. Can you envisage using other non-toxic means to meet your needs for overcoming boredom, nervousness or wanting a break? Yes/no
  4. Do you still trot out the party lines like: “I could get run over by a bus tomorrow!” or “my uncle Ted smoked 80 a day all his life and it never did him any harm!” Yes/no
  5. Do you genuinely want to look out for and support your body? Yes/No
  6. Do you love smoking enough to potentially sacrifice your life for it? Are the tobacco companies’ profits important enough to you to generously handover your health? Do you  genuinely feel that having something to do with your hands is a fair exchange for your time here on Earth? Yes/No


If you answered ‘Yes’ to everything but the last question, then you’re already well along the path towards becoming a true non-smoker. Let hypnotherapy help you take those final steps.



Be a Natural Non-smoker