There are no side effects. There are no adverse effects when you use hypnosis to help you to quit smoking, there are only positive changes. You won't feel irritated or be short tempered with friends or family and unlike other methods, you won't gain weight or exchange one bad habit for another.
Hypnotherapy is a safe and relaxing approach to stopping smoking which has worked so successfully for so many over the years and now it can work for you!
When you book a single stop smoking hypnosis session at Quit For Good you are choosing the easiest and most effective way to quit smoking.
One of the most common things that people will want to know when they enquire about using hypnosis in order to stop smoking is.
What happens during the stop smoking hypnosis session?
So in this video I will explain what happens when you come to our office for your quit smoking hypnosis session.
There are many ways to become a non-smoker and these include Nicotine Patches, Inhalers, Nicotine Gums, stop smoking drugs, amongst many others!
Unfortunately products such as Patches, Gums and Inhalers can cause many negative side effects such as nightmares, nausea, indigestion, skin irritation and even long term skin damage. The simple truth is that these products are not very effective in helping people to become non-smokers.
We have all seen and heard the adverts and leaflets that tell us that we can double our chances or we're up to four times more likely to quit with NHS support but what does this really mean?
The drug company Glaxo Smith Kline on their NiQuitin website tell us that the success rate for people who try to stop smoking using the cold turkey method (willpower) is a dismal 2-3%.
This means that you if you tried to quit smoking in the past and have used a nicotine replacement product then you should not feel bad if you did not quit because there was an 88% chance that you would fail.
So yes there are alternatives other than hypnosis to help you to become a non-smoker but 'hypnosis is by far the most effective way of giving up smoking' - New Scientist Vol 136 issue 1845 p6
Research to find the most effective way to stop smoking was carried out by the University of Iowa combining the results of more than 600 studies covering almost 72,00 people from America and Europe.
By combining the results from so many separate studies, the meta-analysis enables the real effectiveness of each technique to be picked out from the statistical ‘noise’ that often blights studies involving smaller numbers of subjects.
The conclusion of this study was that for smokers the most effective technique was found to be hypnosis with an impressive 80 per cent success rate.
Here are the success rates for different smoking cessation methods:
The study also found that the least successful method turned out to be advice from GP's. 'We found that involvement of physicians did not have an impact as we expected', said Schmidt, 'We speculate that the reason is that it is the content of the treatment that matters, and not the statues of the person giving it.'
At Quit For Good we will help you to make instant and positive changes deep in your subconscious mind, which not only enable you to become a non-smoker instantly, but also give you enough will power to ensure that, you WILL remain a non-smoker for the rest of your life.
When you leave our office you will not feel deprived, you will not feel any pain whatsoever and in no way will you feel that you have made any form of sacrifice!
Hypnosis actually make the process of becoming a non-smoker so simple and straightforward, that something you once thought would be so difficult to achieve actually becomes so ridiculously EASY!