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Time to lighten up!

Because we have subconscious programs running for every aspect of life, hypnotherapy can help with a wide variety of issues including weight loss, quitting sugar, alcohol, smoking and other addictions, changing bad habits like nail biting, releasing phobias, anxiety and depression, building self-esteem and confidence, releasing fear of public speaking, improving your relationship with money and supporting business success.

Here are a few areas that I specialise in, which respond really well to hypnosis:

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Smoking / Vaping

Time to kick butt!

Hypnotherapy helps with stopping smoking in multiple ways.

 

We can address the habit of smoking at a practical level - releasing muscle memory of smoking, bringing in positive habits and attitudes, instead of putting something in your mouth and inhaling. At a deeper level we can also look at the reasons why you might want to smoke, going well beyond an addiction to nicotine because nicotine actually leaves the body within 48 hours. Ultimately it's more of a habit of action that's driven by a habit of thought.

So we identify what are those thoughts, we do any work that needs to be done around them and we change those thoughts to something that serves you better for stepping into your new life as a smoke free person.

 

We can also support the body in releasing the effects of smoking, helping your body to begin to restore itself.

 

How long would it take to quit smoking with hypnotherapy?

That's a tricky question to answer because everybody does it differently. The great thing about purchasing a hypnotherapy package for stopping smoking, is that we can do the deep work but there's also accountability.

 

So by working with a hypnotherapist for a series of sessions. You can address the beliefs and habit changes needed to become a nonsmoker. Plus you can receive support as you go along that journey, as well as dealing with any other issues that might come up , now that that habit of smoking has been released.

 

For example, my client who was doing really well with releasing the habit of smoking and she had gone down from 15 cigarettes a day to two cigarettes a day. And then, in continuing sessions, we uncovered that the reason that part of her mind wasn't fully ready to release the smoking completely was that, she was a mother of young children who didn't know that she smoked. Those five minute smoke breaks outside the house in peace and quiet on her own were actually the only time she took for herself during the day. As soon as we uncovered that and made a plan for her to allow herself to have time out for herself, then the need to smoke disappeared.

Smoking
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