Ready to Quit Smoking?
Mind Power to Success for Smoking Cessation
Are you tired of being controlled by cigarettes?
Are you concerned about the many health risks of smoking?
Are you sick of the stench in your hair, on your breath, on your clothes, in your house and car?
Is the expense of cigarettes eating at your wallet?
Do you feel like a social outcast?
Why is it so hard to stop smoking?
There are two main reasons why quitting smoking is difficult. For one thing, smoking is a habit. And like all habits, it's hard to break. Maybe you smoke in the car, or during breaks at work. Maybe you light up with a cup of coffee, or after a stressful situation.
The bottom line is that smoking has become a ritual, a part of your daily life. As human beings, we love rituals, and we hate rebelling against our habits.
Now, for the second reason. Not only is smoking a psychological habit, it's also a physical addiction. In fact, about 90% of smokers are clinically addicted to smoking on some level.
For some smokers, smoking provides a temporary high in the form of nicotine. Depriving your body of that nicotine fix may causes physical withdrawal symptoms and severe cravings for certain smoking populations. When you're faced with both psychological and physical discomfort, no wonder it's so hard to quit.
By now, you can probably see that a truly successful smoking cessation program needs to include several basics:
1. It needs to provide effective psychological therapy and behavior modification therapy, to change the way you think about your smoking habit. Hypnosis has proven very helpful in modifying habits, even those that are deeply ingrained. In fact, multiple-session hypnosis has a 66% success rate at helping people quit smoking, higher than any other smoking cessation method available.
2. It needs to offer a powerful boost in confidence, motivation, and strength — so you have the courage and commitment to stick to your goals even when the going gets tough. Hypnosis offers the key to unlocking the reserves of strength in your unconscious mind, so you can attack your goals with mind, body, and soul.
3. It needs to explore solutions for dealing with nicotine withdrawal symptoms. Hypnosis works well for this. A comprehensive program will also discuss other strategies.
You're probably thinking . . . Yes, that sounds about right. But where would I find a program like that? Well, keep reading . . .
If you’re sincerely ready to quit smoking—and are interested in a safe, drug-free approach that diminishes your desire for tobacco, gives you the power to say no to cravings and quit smoking without gaining weight, The New Beginnings Ultimate Smoking Cessation Program can help you return to being a NON smoker.
Stop Smoking for Good, the Natural Way
You've probably imagined what your life will be like when you quit smoking.
You've envisioned . . .
The money you'll save on each pack of cigarettes . . .
The years you'll add to your life as your health risks decrease . . .
The rush of increased natural energy and good health as you feel better than you have in years . . .
The powerful sense of accomplishment at achieving a life-changing goal . . .
The satisfaction of becoming a new person . . . the person you want to be.
Quitting smoking takes motivation and mindset and the The New Beginnings Ultimate Smoking Cessation Program will give you the tools to succeed. These methods include : professional hypnotherapy, advanced behavioral modification techniques, and solutions for nicotine withdrawal symptoms.
Our stop smoking hypnosis program uses the multi-session hypnosis format that is shown to have a 66% quitting success rate, and combines it with cutting-edge behavior modification strategies that produce success rates of 25% when used alone. In fact, with the help of this hypnosis program, you're over 10 times more likely to quit permanently.
* Special Note - Each smokers' level of cigarette dependence/addiction, motivation, triggers and subconscious influence acceptance are different. Because of this, each client's experience is unique to them. Some clients may require less or more sessions than the average client. Some clients will feel an immediate separation from smoking, cigarettes and their triggers, while others may require more time to feel the full benefits. It is recommended to not compare or judge your progress with others.
Hypnosis can be highly effective for smoking cessation; research shows that when done correctly the success rate is slightly above 66%. Compare that to the success rates of trying to quit on your own: 5%, using behavior therapy 25%, or using Nicotine Replacement Products, 25% and hypnosis looks like the best option out there. In fact, there is no other method supported by research that even comes close.
BEWARE OF ANY PRODUCT or HYPNOTHERAPIST CLAIMING A 99% SUCCESS RATE –
IT SIMPLY CANNOT BE TRUE
If you can afford to smoke,
you can afford to quit
How Much Will You Save a Year by Quitting Smoking?
How Many Sessions Will It Take?
Smoking is a habit with nervous system connections. Habits reside in the subconscious and work automatically without much conscious control. To change habits requires getting past the protective layer between the rational conscious mind and the habitual sub-conscious mind. Hypnosis makes that transition easy. Millions have quite smoking using hypnosis and you can too.
I have learned by experience with many, many clients that 3 hypnosis sessions works best for quitting smoking. Many smokers greatly reduce their cigarette/tobacco usage after the first session. Most quit after the second session. The third session reinforces your good life without tobacco.
Each client receives a recorded copy of their sessions on cd. The extended reinforcement of the "Home Reinforcement Program", helps ensure that the change is a permanent one by firmly establishing your healthier thoughts and behaviors.
Your sessions will be pleasant, informative, and powerful. To put you into high-gear for achieving your goals it will consist of:
• A discussion of your health, lifestyle, and smoking habits.
• A conversation about hypnosis and how it works.
• A planning and review of your personalized motivation and cessation Quit Smoking Program, which includes strategies for smoking cessaton and reinforcement CD's.
• Multiple empowering hypnosis sessions that are tailored to your needs; that include key suggestions, a range of hypnotic techniques, NLP, Postive Affirmations and More.
• A brief discussion about the experience.
Through a combination of hypnosis and coaching, you’ll gain an understanding of why you smoke, and will release the need for cigarettes. You’ll be prompted to replace the "ritual" of smoking with healthier, smarter behaviors. You already know that relying strictly on willpower is a difficult and ineffective way to stop smoking. So why not use a method that actually diminishes the desire and need, and offers the benefits of stress reduction and empowerment?
Effects of Smoking on Your Body and Life
Many smokers make the statement, "I have to die sometime". That fact of life can not be argued but, the when and how one dies can often times be determined by our choices. A smoker's death is not a pretty death. The smoker's death is filled with painful diseases and illnesses that CAN be avoided. A smoker is changing their destiny with every cigarette they smoke. Cigarettes are not your friend. They are THIEVES. As they rob of your time, your energy, your finances, your health and even your life.
Which smoking-related disease is the number one cause of death among smokers? If you're thinking it's lung cancer or COPD/emphysema, you're wrong. While both of these smoking-related diseases do claim a lot of lives, it is heart disease that that holds the top slot in the list of diseases that kill smokers.
Heart disease is the leading cause of death in the United States today, and the leading cause of death among smokers. And, on a global level, researchers report that there were 1,690,000 premature deaths from cardiovascular disease among smokers in the year 2000. In contrast, there were approximately 850,000 lung cancer deaths during the same year, and 118,000 COPD deaths from smoking in 2001, worldwide.
Smoking is hard on the heart, but the fact is, tobacco use plays a role in a multitude of diseases that ultimately lead to disability and/or death. Cigarette and cigarette smoke contains over 4,000 chemical compounds; 200 of which are known to be poisonous, and upwards of 60 have been identified as carcinogens. Viewed in that light, it's no wonder that the effects of smoking are so widespread and destructive.
One thing is certain: Cigarettes snuff out life at an alarming rate. Statistics tell us that upwards of half of long-term smokers will die a smoking-related death. And globally, that presently translates to nearly 5 million deaths a year are directly related to smoking attributed diseases. Put another way, someone loses their life to smoking every 8 seconds somewhere in the world.
Let's take a look below at how cigarette smoke affects our bodies, from head to toe. You may be surprised at some of the ways smoking has a negative impact on our health. As long as this list of diseases known to be associated with smoking is, it is incomplete. We don't yet fully understand all of the dangers that cigarette smoke presents, but research continues, bringing us new discoveries seemingly by the day.
• Smell and staining
Brain and Mental Effects:
• Addiction/nicotine withdrawal
• Altered brain chemistry
• Anxiety about harm caused by
• Eyes that sting, water and blink
• Macular degeneration
• Less sense of smell
• Graves Disease
• Thyroid Disease
• Premature aging
• Discoloration and stains
• Loose teeth
• Gum disease (gingivitis)
Mouth and Throat:
• Cancers of the lips, mouth, throat
• Cancer of the esophagus
• Sore throat
• Reduced sense of taste
• Breath smells of smoke
• Poor circulation(cold fingers)
• Peripheral vascular disease
• Tar stained fingers
Respiration and Lungs:
• Lung Cancer
• Chronic bronchitis & emphysema
• Cough and sputum
• Shortness of breath
• Colds and flu
• Complicates Tuberculosis
• Stomach and duodenal ulcers
• Cancer of stomach, pancreas and
• Aortic aneurysm
Kidneys and bladder:
• Kidney cancer
• Bladder cancer
• Spine and hip fractures
• Degenerative Disc Disease
• Sperm: deformity, loss of motility,
• Period pains
• Earlier menopause
• Cancer of cervix
• Infertility and delay in conception
Legs and Feet:
• Peripheral vascular disease
• Beurger Disease
• Weakened immune system
•Harms, blocks & weakens arteries
of the heart
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