Lower Nicotine Withdrawal Symptoms with Hypnosis

Does Hypnosis help with Nicotine Withdrawal Symptoms

One of the primary things that causes failure when people try to quit smoking is the effect of nicotine withdrawal.

Lower nicotine withdrawel symptoms with hypnosisNicotine Withdrawal: The Problem
Nicotine withdrawal often presents with symptoms that the smoker find difficult or impossible to bear. Some put off quitting simply because they’v heard about some of the effects. Many people who try to quit smoking experience symptoms like headache, nausea, anxiety and insatiable cravings for tobacco.

Make no mistake: Cigarettes are addictive. They create a chemical, and subsequently physical, addiction that demands that the body maintain certain levels of nicotine in the bloodstream at all times. As soon as that level drops, the body starts demanding more. It does this by going into withdrawal.

The withdrawal symptoms are extremely unpleasant. They peak at about 48 hours but can hold on for as long as six months. By that time most smokers have given in and returned to cigarettes for a little relief. The ones who don’t often project their cravings onto other things, particularly food. This, in turn causes weight gain.

The Solution
The good news is that the body and mind form a symbiont relationship and it is one where one part can definitely have enough influence over the other to lessen or eliminate a majority of withdrawal symptoms.

If you didn’t have to deal with that initial peak and if you knew you could be free from the addiction to nicotine without having to muster up six whole months of willpower to be rid of it completely, you would do it, wouldn’t you?

Well, there is a way and it is found through hypnosis.

Hypnosis deals with the problem on a subconscious level. Even though nicotine addiction is chemical and it places physical demands on the body, the subconscious remembers everything this includes how your body felt before it was ever introduced to nicotine.

How it Works
If your subconscious mind remembers, it can remind the conscious mind and thereby tell the body how it should feel right now. Imagine being able to tell your body that the nicotine is the enemy. It can be done through hypnosis. Imagine being able to rebalance the chemical processes of the body simply by calling to the forefront the feelings of wellness and physical processes that existed before you started smoking. Hypnosis can do that, too.

If you have tried quitting before and have decided that you are hopelessly hooked, hypnosis IS the life saver that can save you from your addiction and all the terrible things that smoking does to you and the people you love.

It’s Your Move…
Don’t discount this solution because everything else you’ve tried has failed. The problem isn’t you. The problem is that most people cannot call upon their own subconscious without assistance. Through a focused program of hypnotherapy you can unleash the power of your subconscious and break the addiction instantly, completely and forever. Hypnosis is a real thing. My program works and it can work for you, too.

Call Your Mind Place on: 0437 048 833 to find out more.

Sessions are available in-person and via phone and skype Australia-wide.

 

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