Thousands of people world-wide have been able to use hypnosis to quit smoking.
That means you can feel confident of a high chance of success when you use hypnosis to quit smoking.
However, despite the wide-ranging and unsupportable claims of 100% success rate by many therapists offering hypnotherapy for smoking cessation, the fact is there is no scientific study that confirms hypnosis (or any other method, to the best of our knowledge) is 100% effective.
On the positive side, if you are committed to become a non-smoker, and choose to stop smoking through hypnosis, research confirms that you are making the best possible decision.
But don’t take our word for that. Before you book an appointment with us to use hypnotherapy to quit smoking, consider the following extract from a report produced by Schmidt and Viswesvaran of the University of Iowa, USA after an exhaustive meta study of 600 other research projects covering some 70,000 people (including 48 studies of hypnosis covering 6,000 people).
‘Hypnosis is the most effective way of giving up smoking, according to the largest ever scientific comparison of ways of breaking the habit. Willpower, it turns out, counts for very little.’
New scientist, Vol. 136, Issue 1845, P. 6
This study also concluded that hypnosis was 3 times more effective than Nicotine Replacement Therapy, such as using patches.
That means you can feel confident of getting the best result possible when you use hypnosis to quit smoking.
The research evidence is clear. And it tells us that if you want to enjoy better health prospects and you’re serious about quitting smoking, choose hypnosis and enjoy greatest potential for success.
There are a number of ways you can use hypnosis to quit smoking. To ensure you get the best possible outcome, why not contact us to discuss the available approaches before you decide to begin the intervention work.
For some people who smoke more than one pack per day, an hypnosis based withdrawal program, rather than a single intense session, might be the best approach. The approach you finally adopt will depend on a number of factors, so contact us now and we can help you decide on the best approach for you.
There is a remarkable body of evidence that smoking is responsible for the premature death of some 30% of people in developed countries between the ages of 35 and 69, taking from them an average of 23 years of life (an article on this appears in the medical journal The Lancet, issue 8804, pp 1, 268-1, 278).
Have you ever taken time to consider the numerous potential negative effects of smoking in your life?
It's time to quit now and enjoy greater health prospects, don’t you agree?
To reduce potential negative health impacts on your life, why not contact us to decide which is the best approach for you to adopt to quit smoking using hypnosis.