Stop Smoking 4

quitting-smoking-side-effectsHypnosis has helped millions stop smoking.

Hypnosis is a tool that can help you, just like it has helped millions of other people, to take back control and stop smoking for good.

When you are ready to quit for good then you are ready for hypnosis, and we have a professional Certified Hypnotherapist who wants to help you stop smoking.

Will I gain weight?

Gaining weight when you quit smoking is not inevitable. If you are concerned about gaining weight when you stop smoking, inform your hypnotherapist right away so that he or she can provide you with the proper hypnotic suggestions and information so that you will be able to stop smoking without gaining weight!

Two customized programs to choose from.

We offer two programs because it is our experience that a “one size fits all” approach does not provide the effectiveness of offering a more flexible and customized approach.

Your hypnotherapist can help you decide which program is best for you. One approach that we offer is called the Accelerated Stop Smoking Program. This program requires 2 sessions to complete, which provides a much greater effectiveness than can be provided by any one-session stop smoking program.

The other program takes a more thorough and therapeutic approach. It takes more into consideration than the aspects of smoking, which are mere habits.

Most smokers recognize that their habit is more than just a habit, and that stress and other emotions can play a major factor. When these smokers are under stress or experience other emotions, the drive to smoke can become much stronger.

The Stop Smoking Hypnotherapy Program is designed to help reduce the level of stress you feel in your life, while at the same time provides you with powerful hypnotic suggestions that will make it easier for you to stop smoking.

You will also learn about “The Secret Language of Feelings” which will help you to better understand how habit and emotions interact. With this approach you will have what it takes, so that you will know what to do when life’s stresses arise. Once you have quit smoking, you won’t need to go back to smoking in order to cope with the ups and downs of life. You can finally be free for life.

With this more therapeutic and educational approach, your hypnotherapist can also offer you the opportunity to learn 7th Path Self-Hypnosis®. By learning self-hypnosis you can be confident that you can reinforce the work done with your hypnotherapist if ever you are tempted in the future.

As a bonus, once you learn self-hypnosis you can use it to make any kind of positive changes you want to make in the future, such as: removing other bad habits, improving motivation, improving sleep, and much more.

The Accelerated Hypnotherapy program may be right for you if:

1. You have quit in the past with little difficulty.

2. You have successfully quit smoking by using hypnosis before.

3. You are highly motivated to stop smoking.

The Hypnotherapeutic Program may be the right choice for you if:

1. You tried to quit before but failed because you became very irritable or emotional.

2. You tried to quit before but failed because you gained a substantial amount of weight.

3. When you think about quitting smoking, it makes you feel nervous or emotional.

4. Quitting smoking is like giving up an old friend.

There is no need to decide before you call. It is best if you call our office and speak to someone who can help you to decide which program is best for you.

Hypnosis can help you succeed when nothing else has worked!

Hypnosis has helped so many people stop smoking when nothing else has worked.

If you have tried and tried again to stop smoking without success, then give yourself the opportunity to learn more about how hypnosis and hypnotherapy can help you to stop smoking for good, so that you can finally be free of the old self-destructive habit.

Who will hypnotize me?

It is now commonly accepted that all hypnosis is really self-hypnosis. When you follow the instructions of a hypnotist, you will actually be hypnotizing yourself.

Your hypnotherapist is a highly trained and qualified hypnosis professional. He or she is a certified and registered hypnotherapist.

Your hypnotherapist is bound by professional ethics and the laws of the state in which it is practiced.

Your hypnotherapist has undergone advanced professional training and achieved additional certification in the advanced hypnotherapy system called 5-PATH®

He or she is a professional who will maintain the highest ethical standards, treat you with respect and maintain confidentiality as required by law.

Call us today so that we can answer any questions that you might have so that you can learn more about hypnosis and hypnotherapy. This will enable you to decide whether hypnosis and hypnotherapy is right for you.

Hypnosis can be your tool for success!

We encourage you to call or come into our office and ask us questions about hypnosis and our services. We enjoy answering questions. It is part of our job.

Hypnosis can help you with the following and more:

Stop Smoking

Weight Loss

Anxiety Stress

Remove Fears


Remove Habits

Alcohol Abuse

Drug Abuse



Stage Fright

Public Speaking

Pain Management

Anger Issues

Sexual Issues

Abuse Issues




Test Anxiety



Improve Mood

Improve Sports

Children’s Issues

And, More…

Call Oliver @ 8288 6899 for any query about smoking cessation or any other issues.

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4 thoughts on “Stop Smoking

  • Khadar

    1. Always keep your mouth busy; for example, chew seusrlgas gum or suck on hard candy. The new Trident brand has a calcium substitute in it and so it’s good for your teeth at the same time.
    2. Avoid environments where you know there will be smokers (lounges, certain spots outside your workplace, bars with smoking allowed, etc.) as this may trigger your craving.
    3. Avoid hanging around people (even friends) who smoke as you don’t need the influence or peer pressure.
    4. Try a prescription medication call Chantix which helps to block nicotine receptors.
    5. Try Nictotine patches or gum.6. When you get a craving, try to distract yourself with something healthy in which you couldn’t smoke a cigarette, such as running.
    7. Stay away from locations (certain cash registers for example) that sell cigarettes.
    8. Take all the money you WOULD have spent on cigarettes and place it in a clear, sealable jar. For example, if you smoke a pack a day, how much does 6/day add up to? A whole lotta money you can use to reward yourself (go shopping for shoes!) You’ll be suprised how you could ever have spent so much money.
    9. Volunteer at a hospital and visit patients who are dying of lung cancer after smoking for 40 years.
    10. Google images of what your lungs look like after smoking a certain period of time AND what they COULD look like if you stopped smoking (if you stop early enough you can sometimes reverse the damage).
    11. Think about your children (if you have them) and/or the loved ones you have around you. Second-hand smoke can be more toxic and lethal than what you’re doing to your own body. Do it not only for yourself, but for others.
    12. Watch Truth commercials on television.
    13. Try breathing thru a straw. This is what your life will be like if you don’t stop.
    14. Seek therapy. Is there an underlying reason to why you’re smoking. Is it slow suicide? Do you not value your body (low self esteem)? Is it because your mother or father smoked?
    15. Avoid activities where smoking played a role; for example, drinks with friends at least temporarily until you’ve gained enough confidence in yourself to kick the habit.
    16. Take a look at your nails and teeth how discolored and smelly they are. Visualize a goal to change this by looking at and posting up pictures of healthy teeth and nails you can do this, you can be beautiful again.
    17. Get rid of the cigarette smell. Wash and clean everything that might have that smell embedded in it as the smell alone could be triggering.18. Repeat a self-confirming mantra. I CAN beat this habit. I CAN do this. I CAN quit smoking. Many people have done this before and I AM a strong person.
    19. Call a quit smoking hotline for advice, support, and help.
    20. Confide your wishes to stop smoking in your loved ones and friends. Have them offer support and encouragement.
    21. Mark a calender keep track of how long it’s been since you stopped smoking reward yourself for this!
    22. Make small, attainable goals. Goal 1, stop smoking for one week. Once that’s reached, Goal 2, stop smoking for two weeks, and so on.
    23. Try to stop cold turkey. This works well for some people.
    24. Taper yourself off slowly. Perhaps cut back on your smoking by one less cigarette a day.

    • oliver Post author

      Thank you Khadar for providing the tips.
      personally I always prefer way that illustrate the power of human mind and not creating fear to avoid habits.
      Like I always tell my students: “There is no such thing as Right and Wrong, just things that are useful and things that are not!”
      A lot of time, many people know “I should! I shall! I must!” but there are still people whom don’t feel like doing it.

      • Anto

        First of all, it is that hard as it is a chemical adiitcdon. The difficulty you are having is not a weakness of your will you are strong to want to quit. I finally quit after many years of smoking (15) and only was able to quit after a loooooong period of cutting down from a pack a day to about 2 packs a week. I smoked like that for 3 years, then used lozenges for 3 weeks exclusively before finally quitting. I was under a lot of stress (grad school, fatherhood and work) so I think that the period of quitting could obviously be shortened for someone of your age. The most important thing is to modify your behavior smoking adiitcdon is situational as well as chemical eliminate smoking from one situation in your life at a time (first thing upon waking, after breakfast, between classes, after dinner, you know what I mean). Also, someone who is healthy doesn’t feel the negative effects of smoking for a long time, so doesn’t have that impetus to quit that older people have (shortness of breath, difficulty climbing stairs) so you should do some rigorous exercise to discourage smoking run 3 miles a day, use the stairs, etc, to make yourself feel that smoking is having consequences on your health, even this early. Good luck