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Enjoy your last cigarettes, come in for a stop smoking hypnosis session and leave as a non-smoker. 
Whether you are a heavy or social smoker, it can be as easy as that with hypnotherapy.

Call Eve on 01737 842 683 for an appointment, or email​​​​
Enjoy the benefits of having more energy, feeling more in control, feeling physically fitter and healthier, having more money in your pocket, being free of the inconveniences, costs, worries and smells that cigarettes cause.

The subconscious mind stores and maintains the smoking habit by associating the times, the places and the feelings of when you smoke.  It becomes an automatic response. 

To change that automatic response we use hypnosis which allows you to create new associations and reinforces your decision to stop.  Hypnosis is a natural state that you enter into every day. 

The session is tailored specifically to you.  As well stop smoking, the session also focuses on eliminating many of the side effects that can come from quitting such as weight gain and cravings and any other internal conflicts. 

“Since I’ve seen you I have not felt like a cigarette, not had a cigarette, not gone near a cigarette and not even been bothered by other people smoking them. Thank you very much – it worked brilliantly”.

"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, Volume 136 issue 1845 31 Oct 1992, page 6) 
How does smoking a cigarette become a habit?
Smoking your first cigarette probably made you feel a bit dizzy or made you cough because your body did not want it.  For one reason or another you kept at it - after all your friends around you or your parents smoked.  As you continued the unpleasant effect disappeared and your body accepted the fact that you were going to smoke cigarettes.  Smoking became a part of your life and your subconscious mind has now decided to integrate smoking into your daily routine… and it becomes an automated behaviour.  Now you don’t have to think about when you want to smoke or even if you want to smoke.  Your subconscious mind has linked the times (tea breaks), the places (the pub), the feelings (stress) to create this automatic behaviour.

Why can it be so difficult to quit smoking on your own?​​
The habit of smoking gets associated with everything you do - from waking in the morning, to finishing a meal, a quick break from work, having a drink, relaxation and social life.  That is why it can be hard to stub it out.

However when you decide to quit cigarettes, you decide this at a conscious level – but your subconscious mind has automated your smoking habit and made it a part of who you are.  It ignores your conscious desire and decision and continues to provide your conscious mind with the triggers and thoughts about smoking cigarettes.

As your subconscious mind is more dominant and therefore stronger than your conscious mind, you experience conflicting thoughts and desires.  That is why you can stop smoking cigarettes for a period of time but because of the conflicting desires of wanting to have a cigarette and wanting to stop smoking, the subconscious mind usually wins and you return to smoking again. 

So how can you get the subconscious mind to agree with your conscious decision?
By using hypnosis and hypnotherapy - you give suggestions and guided imaginery to your subconscious mind to stop you smoking and become a non-smoker.
 


New Scientist vol 136 issue 1845 p6
To find the most effective method to stop smoking, Frank Schmidt and research student Chockalingham Viswesvaran from the University of Iowa conducted a meta-analysis, bringing together the results of more than 600 studies totalling nearly 72,000 people. The results, which were published in the Journal of Applied Psychology and included 48 studies of hypnosis covering 6000 smokers, clearly showed that hypnosis was three times more effective than Nicotine Replacement.


Smoking and Surgery
There are occasions when a smoker will be advised by their surgeon or doctor to quit smoking ahead of surgery.  At times smoking can be considered a risk factor for complications during and after surgery.  However, if you stop smoking in the weeks or months preceding the operation, the risk of complications can be significantly reduced.  For more information:  Smoking and Surgery


Testimonials for stopping smoking

​​"Friday was 4 weeks since I had come to see you and 4 weeks since I had a cigarette.  In those 4 weeks I have been doing all the things that were major factors in my smoking and have had no trouble being a non-smoker.  There have been though, one or two moments when I have thought 'I would love a cigarette right  now' and then almost immediately I realise I actually don't - it's just the situation ie a big meal and wine at home!"

I will be honest and say that when I left I wasn't sure how it was going to work and how much I had felt I'd  gone along with it.  I had a sleep when I got in and that evening went out with my brother (who smokes) for a meal and many drinks and I was fine.

I feel like I was never even a smoker.  So, I have to thank you for helping me greatly in achieving something I wasn't sure I'd ever be able to do."

​​"Eve, I have to say I am amazed at how easily I have managed to not smoke since I saw you.  I have been in virtually all of the 'danger zones' that we discussed since and have largely not been at all bothered about smoking.  I even played golf yesterday with a good friend of mine who smoked my favourite brand of cigarettes the whole way round the course and I wasn't the slightest bit tempted."


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E​ve Kelsey | Registered Clinical Hypnotherapist | Hypnotherapy for Smoking, Hypnosis for Smoking, Stop Smoking Hypnosis Help to Quit Smoking easily |  Surrey Hypnosis Clinic | 01737 842 683 | Tadworth | Surrey | Bordering Sussex and Kent | Member of the British Society of Clinical Hypnosis | Member of the Complementary & Natural Healthcare​ Council | The Surrey Hypnosis Clinic is based on the boundaries of Surrey,  Sussex and Kent | Based in Tadworth, Surrey, the clinic is easily accessible from the GU, KT, SM postcodes and areas including: Dorking Tadworth Kingswood Reigate Redhill Caterham Ashtead Epsom Ewell Banstead Leatherhead Bookham Fetcham Cobham Downside West Byfleet Chessington West Molesey | All rights reserved​​