Smoking and Depression

Quitting Smoking and Depression – Why Most People Fail

Depression is one of a long list of symptoms associated with quitting smoking and nicotine withdrawal. The body forms a physical dependence on nicotine which is quite often followed by an emotional attachment to the feelings associated with the presence of nicotine in the body. Remove it completely and both the body and mind can react adversely.

If you have tried – and failed – to quit smoking because the depression became too much to bear, understand that you are not alone. It is a common problem and it is one that few people can effectively manage on their own.

If you’ve “tried everything” and failed … Your Mind Place can Help!

Smoking and DepressionThe first and most important thing to realize is that it’s not you that failed. The methods and products that have been put in front of you to help you are what have failed. For you, the addiction to nicotine is twofold: it is both physical and emotional. Most programs and products only deal with the physical aspect of the addiction and even then they fail because they only reroute the problem – they don’t offer a solution.

When you are depressed, however, it is a common thing to point the finger of blame at yourself. The feelings of self-doubt and inadequacy do nothing to help you succeed. Quite the opposite, they are a primary reason why you just can’t quit. You feel awful when you’re off the nicotine, then you hate yourself for returning to it. It’s a vicious cycle and one that needs to end NOW.

You need help and that help exists!

You can absolutely and immediately break your dependency on nicotine and cigarettes without ever having to deal with feelings or thoughts of depression. Depression is the conscious mind’s way of getting you to give the body what it craves. If it were possible to train the mind not to send out those feelings, that would solve most of the problem, wouldn’t it?

Well, it is possible.

The answer lies in hypnosis.

Through hypnosis, you can reroute the thought processes that keep you addicted and make you depressed. You can also reroute the signals in the brain that stimulate withdrawal symptoms. Hypnosis accomplishes this simply by appealing to your subconscious mind. Most people can’t access their subconscious on their own but an experienced hypnotherapist can.

Take action today for a healthier, happier tomorrow.

When you order my quit smoking hypnosis program you will have at your fingertips the most powerful weapon available to you in your fight with cigarette addiction. I can speak directly to your subconscious and almost literally switch off the thought processes that keep you addicted and depressed. Best of all, for many that switch gets flipped instantly with no cravings, no withdrawal and, most importantly, with no depression.

Don’t suffer any longer from the physical or emotional effects of your addiction to cigarettes and nicotine. There is a way out.

Find out how my Quit Smoking with Hypnosis program can help you quit forever and free you from the shackles of addiction quickly, easily and permanently – guaranteed!

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

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