We all know smoking is a terrible habit. Not only does it stink and is disruptive for others around you, it has many more harmful effects. It can lead to severe health problems and increase the risk of heart attacks, strokes, lung disease, and cancer. It can even result in an untimely death. Long-time smokers also live with a decreased quality of life. Many are hospitalized and require constant medical attention. It is not uncommon to see portrayals in the media of the terrible effects of smoking.
Aside from health problems, smoking affects relationships and could impede deep connections. This isn’t something to be taken lightly. The relationships we have with others are important in order to obtain contentment in both our personal and professional lives. Smoking around friends and family can be limiting because most people do not like smoking and being around when people are smoking leaves them susceptible to second-hand smoke which could cause sickness.
In the professional environment, it is unwanted as well. Have you considered the impression you give to your co-workers or clients after you come back from a smoke break? Your clothing and hair smells like smoke. That is difficult to hide or mask, and most times, your efforts only make your habit more obvious.
Hypnosis for Smoking Cessation
There are several ways to kick the smoking habit such as gum, patches, pills, and willpower. Many people have used these methods successfully. Perhaps you have tried them as well. But what if they didn’t work and it was frustrating you? You want to live a smoke-free life, right? Why not give hypnosis a try.
Hypnosis you ask? How could it possibly help me stop smoking? You may be skeptical about its effectiveness, thinking hypnosis is a silly, parlor trick used for entertainment. However, it is actually a helpful therapeutic procedure. Under the guidance of a hypnotist, individuals are guided into a peaceful hypnotic state. The hypnotist then accesses the individual’s subconscious, uncovering its mental obstacles. Through a series of sessions, tailored to each individual, these obstacles are targeted and worked on until they are eliminated. Soon the smoking cravings subside.
The Benefits of Hypnosis
The key to accomplishing anything is to have desire and motivation. It is one thing to wish things were different and that you could get what you want. It is quite another thing to take action. With hypnosis, the risk is minimal but the reward to limitless. It is painless, natural, powerful, and safe. It is an incredibly useful tool to alleviate many ailments, increase productivity, and correct bad habits including smoking.
Where can you go?
Take the first step to changing your life for the better. Conveniently located in Long Island City, the professionals at Freedom Hypnosis are eager to help. If you have any questions or require additional information, please call Craig at (917) 300.1809 for a free telephone consultation; visit freedomhypnosisnyc.com; or email Craig at email@example.com