Quit Smoking

Many of us know that smoking is bad for our health and thanks to the highly addictive nicotine ingredient in cigarettes. Yet, it’s so difficult to quit because of the physical symptoms of nicotine withdrawal.


Nicotine is an addictive chemical found in cigarettes that makes people want to smoke—even if they’ve decided to quit.


Whether you love to smoke with friends, or find yourself chain smoking when stressed, understanding your smoking type, and why you’ve developed a cigarette habit, will help you determine the best plan for a life free from cigarettes.

Quit Smoking with Hypnosis

Giving up cigarettes is one of the best things you can do for your health

According to the World Health Organization, smoking kills approximately 8 million people per year. If you’re a long-term smoker, you’re drastically increasing your rate of contracting health concerns such as:

  • cancer 
  • heart disease
  • stroke
  • diabetes
  • chronic respiratory conditions. 

Smoking habits differ for each person and understanding your motives, or smoking behaviors may help you quit smoking for good.

Contact Our Certified Hypnotherapist Help You Quit Smoking!

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How Hypnosis Could Help You Quit Cigarettes for Good

Hypnosis can help you quit cigarettes by addressing the psychological aspects of your addiction and looking into your underlying motivations for smoking.


Quitting may be difficult, but it can improve your health and lower your risk of disease and premature death, even if you’ve smoked for many years.

Here Is How Hypnotherapy Can Help You Quit Smoking?

Addiction is physiological (nicotine cravings and withdrawal symptoms) and psychological (smoking behaviours and unconscious beliefs that support a nicotine addiction).

Hypnotherapy targets psychological triggers and unconscious motivations for smoking, such as the urge to light a cigarette after dinner or when you pour a drink.

Hypnotherapy also asks people to imagine unpleasant outcomes from smoking, such as suffering illness, smelling foul, or having difficulty in breathing, or even the cost.

Hypnotherapy may help you develop a new mindset towards smoking, train your brain to confront the dangers of cigarettes and support you in breaking addictive habits.