Ready to quit smoking for good?
Do you struggle to quit smoking on your own?
Have you tried various methods but nothing has worked?
Would you like to escape the habit for good and end your cravings forever?
Rapid Transformational Therapy (RTT) can absolutely help you!
It involves a powerful and transformative hypnotherapy session and hypnosis audio that rewires your brain and helps you quit forever.
Does quitting smoking feel like a goal that’s impossible to achieve?
Rapid Transformational Therapy can make the impossible possible!
We all know smoking’s a poor health choice – most people who smoke would rather be smoke free, even though they enjoy cigarettes. However, despite the weight of evidence proving beyond doubt the harm that cigarettes cause, and the fact that people who smoke are increasingly exiled through bans in public places, the sheer number of people who still smoke clearly shows that it’s difficult to stop.
Why is it so difficult to stop smoking?
Stopping smoking isn’t just about will power. Nicotine addiction isn’t the only thing you need to overcome in order to quit. There are usually many other reasons why you smoke, and different people will have different things that play a role. Without working on the root causes, it can be extremely difficult to give up, as you may well have already found out.
How Rapid Transformational Therapy works
In one session we work together to create a profile and history of your smoking habits, and then using regression discover subconscious triggers and beliefs that are at the root of why you smoke. Once we identify and understand these beliefs we change them, then using hypnosis we install powerful, meaningful and positive suggestions to reinforce the new ways of thinking so that you never want to smoke again. My services are bespoke and tailored to individual needs as we are all unique, so I make sure that my work suits each client’s specific needs. You also receive a recording for you to use for self-hypnosis at home to cement your new ways in place permanently.
In most cases you stop smoking immediately, after just one session. You won’t need to rely on will power and endure the stress and effort involved in giving up without any support. As well I prepare you for a tobacco-free life, so that you’re equipped to deal with those situations where picking up a cigarette could be tempting.
What you can expect after you give up smoking
Imagine being free from cigarettes and all the benefits that this brings. Of course there are cost savings, and then there are all the health benefits. The great thing about being smoke free is that your body heals itself, and in time reverses most of the effects of smoking.
Your heart rate begins dropping back to its normal rate within 20 minutes of your last cigarette.
After two hours your heart rate and blood pressure have reduced significantly and are close to normal. Your blood circulation also improves.
Within 12 hours, carbon monoxide levels begin to normalise.
Twenty-four hours after your last cigarette your risk of coronary disease begins to reduce. (Smokers are 70% more susceptible to heart problems than non-smokers.)
After 48 hours nerve endings begin to regrow and your sense of taste and smell improve.
Around two to three weeks later, you start to see an improvement in physical stamina as your heart function and circulation improve and your lungs begin to clear.
One to nine months after stopping, the cilia (the small hair-like structures that push mucous from the lungs) repair and regain normal functionality. Any shortness of breath and smoking-related coughs reduce as a result.
One year later your risk of heart disease has halved!
Five years after stopping the wide range of chemical compounds from burning tobacco (around 7,000) have been released from your body. These chemicals cause arteries to narrow and increase the risk of stroke.
After five to 15 years the risk of stroke is now the same as a non-smoker.
After 10 years the risk of lung cancer has halved and other cancer risks have been significantly reduced. (Smokers account for 90% of lung cancer deaths.)
Fifteen years after stopping smoking the risk of heart disease is the same as a non-smoker.
Contact Katy to talk about how I can help you quit smoking for good.