How Can People Quit Cigarettes in 60 Minutes?

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This man died at age 47 from smoking.

Trying to quit smoking is never easy. So assisting people to become non smokers is an enjoyable role which provides rewards I never thought possible. To finally have a solution to the controlling and ever frustrating habit of smoking is so amazing. I will always be grateful I came across this information in my ever continuing search to seek out the best health solutions for people from all walks of life – the healthy as well as the not so healthy. I meet interesting people and see them on their life’s journey more inspired and confident now that they are non smokers.

Complications of Smoking

Sadly though, I am not always in time to help them. Only last week a client phoned to say they wouldn’t be able to come to the session as they had been diagnosed with lung cancer and had to go for chemo. The following week another client was unable to come as they were in hospital with acute asthma and the family had been called to her bedside.

The most amazing thing is that cigarettes seem to have such a control over the smoker and many people say they really hate it but still cannot quit. These are the ones I really love to help as I recognize the struggle they are having especially having been a smoker myself. Most of these people are really strong in every other way except the control smoking has over them. I often hear non smokers make comments such as, they should just be able to stop and that they are weak. The reality is that they are not weak – they just have a habit they find so hard to break.

One of the important factors required for the absolute success of these sessions is for people to really want to quit smoking. I usually speak to the client prior to their session to qualify them as people need to be aware of this important piece of information. My goal is to ensure people are successful and while this is not always possible, it is important to aim high.

How can a person quit smoking in 60 Minutes?

Hypnosis and Neuro Linguistic Programming or NLP are used in combination to effect a quick change from a smoker to a non smoker. In the relaxed state of hypnosis the message can be given to the person to stop smoking. The unconscious, non conscious, subconscious brain has held onto this habit ever since it was first commenced, usually in the teens due to peer pressure or a sense of wanting to belong. It believes it is protecting you mentally or emotionally by holding onto this habit because that is its function of protecting you both physically and mentally.

It is important to address the reason and benefits of quitting plus the triggers. This information is used during the hypnosis session.

Prior to the Hypnosis session, time is spent looking at various information relating to smoking, so the person is well informed, reducing the possibility of weight gain, stress and other complications. Time is also spent planning for the future as a non smoker, with subtle changes to their lifestyle to ensure a long term, non smoker status.

What are the results?

This is a proven system with an astonishing success rate of 95.6%. So as a rule people are non smokers at the end of their session. I have had several people return for a second session and even a third session, although this is rare. Why do they need to come back? Many people have said they just wanted to test it by having just one cigarette. Well the reality is that “just one cigarette” is one too many. This really does work however the minute a cigarette or even one puff is taken of a cigarette then they reawaken the habit. Most people thankfully are really serious about wanting to quit cigarettes and don’t need to come back. While it is best not to smoke again the door is always open for people who do “slip off the wagon” and need to come back. That is the beauty of this service, as the goal is to be a non smoker at the end of the session and know that you have a lifetime guarantee.

Are you a Smoker?

Hypnosis can help you quit smoking in only 60 minutes. Just as healthy habits can be developed, you can also get rid of your smoking habit, under the guidance of a Hypnotherapist.

Maureen Hamilton- Hypnotherapist

Maureen Hamilton is a Hypnotherapist and a Quit Cigarettes in 60 Minutes Specialist. Maureen is a specialist who uses the most effective process to help people quit cigarettes in just 60 minutes with an outstanding success rate of 97.5% using a proven and successful technique which has worked for thousands of clients. Maureen can help you and take you from being a smoker to a non-smoker in just one session and offering a Lifetime Guarantee.
Call Maureen on 1300 619 684 or have a look at those people who have quit smoking and loving their new life.

3 Reasons to Quit Smoking and Avoid Getting Cancer

Many of us are asking, how do we get cancer? There are a range of cancers and research being carried out around the world by scientists looking at causes and endeavoring to find cures. It is recognized that smoking is a major contributor to cancer, so that alone is a good reason to quit smoking.

Why Does Smoking Cause Cancer?

First we have to understand what is in a cigarette and the fact that people who do get cancer are normal human beings like everyone else. Anyone can get cancer, but smokers are definitely more prone to cancer. Smoking causes deadly diseases in the body including those related to skin, respiratory, throat, gastrointestinal and lungs. A cigarette contains more than four thousand harmful chemicals that include carcinogens or cancer-causing chemicals. These chemicals play a big role in contributing to cancer.

Imagine what a smoker does to their lungs, heart and other organs by smoking. Chemicals are added to a cigarette to make the smoker believe that it is good for them, in the sense that they think it calms them down or lifts them up. This is all an illusion performed by the chemicals. In actual fact there is no addiction there, the ‘need’ to smoke a cigarette is purely an immensely strong habit. Therefore it is not surprising that the most common disease that occurs when one smokes, is cancer.

Quit Smoking to Avoid Skin Cancer

There are many different types of cancer that are caused in different ways and effect different areas of the body. Skin cancer is an example. A recent medical research conducted in Europe says that smokers are 80% more likely to be diagnosed with skin cancer than non smokers. The research report also reveals that the number of cigarettes that are smoked on a daily basis is directly related to the risk for skin cancer. Smoking damages skin as it reduces the amount of oxygen flowing into the blood stream. Toxic chemicals in cigarettes also damage skin cells that develop cancer. Another not so serious side effect, except for the self conscious, is really dry and ageing skin.

Lung Cancer – Can it be Avoided?

Lung cancer is another cancer that is largely caused by smoking. Studies and observations prove that the root cause of lung cancer is smoking. Smoking plays a fundamental role in harming the respiratory system of the human body. The carcinogens cause cell damage of all the key organs of the body, leaving them damaged. The risk of lung cancer increases with the length of time a smoker exposes their lungs to harmful oxidants. The number of cigarettes a person smokes per day also plays a big role, therefore the more a smoker smokes, the higher the risk of lung cancer.

Quit Smoking to Avoid Gastrointestinal Cancer

Gastrointestinal cancer is the last type that I will touch on. This cancer is also very common and is more prevalent in smokers than non smokers. Deadly chemicals in cigarettes produce ulcers in the intestinal walls; these further develop into gastrointestinal cancer.

Medical science proves that smoking weakens the immune system of a smoker’s body, leaving it more vulnerable to all cancers and other fatal diseases including emphysema.

The question of how we get cancer is complex, as there are so many types and causes of cancer. With increased research there is more being discovered every day.  So the question of the relationship between smoking and cancer is fairly indicative.

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