Stop Smoking Hypnosis

Stop smoking hypnosis involves a hypnotherapist that is certified (or should be) and has specific training and expertise to help you relax and lead you, using specific images and words, toward your goal of stop smoking cigarettes. Some hypnotherapists will offer a one-session program, while others may recommend multiple sessions to make sure you succeed.

It is documented that stop smoking hypnosis helps reduce stress and teaches techniques for controlling stress. It is also effective in changing the attitudes, beliefs and associations towards smoking, thus empowering you to get rid of your cigarette smoking and nicotine addiction.

Using Hypnosis to Stop Smoking

During hypnotherapy, the certified hypnotherapist guides you to a relaxed state of mind and body. He or she is moving you toward the subconscious mind, which is not tainted by what you have been doing - smoking - consciously. This is one of the reasons why using hypnosis to stop smoking will help you block out those times when you most enjoy a cigarette, such as after a meal, at a bar or in your car, which is the psychological basis for nicotine addiction. Using hypnosis to stop smoking also helps to avoid those nasty cravings when you are in those settings.

Free Stop Smoking Hypnosis

If you Google "free stop smoking hypnosis" you will find many companies offering a free trial of their stop smoking hypnosis cd or program. Remember that you will eventually be charged for your stop smoking hypnosis trial and to cancel if it does not help you stop smoking. Also, a certified hypnotherapist is arguably much more effective than you trying to put yourself under with free stop smoking hypnosis.

Recommended Methods to Stop Smoking

While there are many stop smoking aids, we recommend taking the time to choose the solution that best suits your personal needs.

One thing is certain before you decide to stop smoking -- be sure that you make a plan. Set a date, tell your family and friends that date, understand the challenges that you will face on that date and beyond, get rid of all tobacco related items from your home, car, and work place, and speak to a doctor about treatment for nicotine addiction.

We recommend a plan that incorporates moral support from your family and friends; a nicotine replacement (patch or herbal); and a change in habits to replace the smoking routine.

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