How to quit smoking
There is no doubt that smoking has become almost antisocial behaviour. Apart from obvious detrimental health issues caused by smoking, which are well documented, the fact is that smokers are now in the minority and often frowned upon by non smokers. This aversion to smoking is evident in terms of public places, where smokers are having to spend time outside under purpose-built shelters to simply have a cigarette. In addition the number of individuals looking to give up smoking grows exponentially on an almost annual basis, however for the majority of people the reality is that giving up smoking can be difficult, although help is at hand.
There are a variety of well-documented methods and techniques that are utilised to try to give up smoking, however the fact is that all of them apart from hypnotherapy, require a certain amount of willpower, which is the inherent problem. In essence the majority of these methods work by masking the effects of the nicotine, or utilising nicotine replacement therapy, which has been shown to have a limited effect. This can include gums, mouth sprays as well as patches in addition to recent development of electronic cigarettes. This is because in essence all these methods do is replace the nicotine that an individual would receive from the cigarettes, rather than stopping the desire to have the nicotine in the first place which is the root problem.
Hypnotherapy for smoking on the other hand goes to the root of the problem and looks to eradicate the desire to smoke in the first place. This particular technique has been shown to be particularly effective and also extremely quick. As with anything the skill of the hypnotherapist is very important which is why, when considering hypnotherapy to help give up smoking the choice of hypnotherapist is important.
Fully qualified advanced hypnotherapists are the most effective option, as they have a wealth of experience and in depth knowledge to call upon to help the individual to give up smoking and stay a non smoker.