Around 40.1% of smokers report trying to quit smoking in any given year and it is said that 70% of smokers want to stop smoking but either can’t or don’t know how.
A recent study in the BMJ Open suggest that the number of times an individual tries to stop smoking is much higher than once thought.
On average up to 30 attempts to quit cigarettes.
With those numbers, is there any hope at all?
Yes there is because strategic psychotherapy focuses on why we smoke.
Most people who struggle to quit smoking successfully fail to address the emotional need for cigarettes.
Life gets stressful and uncomfortable and then we smoke because cigarettes make us feel good.
When we are bored we smoke because its entertaining.
Essentially cigarettes are used to cope with life and without a better alternative to smoking it stops us from reaching our goals.
You need a different approach because willpower isn’t enough.
Even ill health and struggling to breath because of having the lungs of a smoker isn’t enough incentive to stop smoking.
Using hypnosis for stopping smoking, I believe, is the best way to quit cigarettes for good because it removes the emotional dependance on them.
Allowing you to enjoy your life and gain your health back because you will learn better ways to cope with stress and everyday life.
Hypnotherapy for stopping smoking utilises your powerful subconscious mind and is the best way to quit smoking permanently.
If you have tried everything else and have failed. It’s time to make it as easy as you can to quit smoking using hypnosis.