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Stop Smoking

Would you like to know how it feels like to not be controlled by a 'thing'?


Some people tried to quit smoking with hypnosis but it didn't work for them. There is a reason for that to happen. Smoking can sometimes be a tricky issue to work with. There is a significant distinction between a habitual smoker and an emotional smoker. Both people can smoke chronically for years. However, one can quit in 1-2 sessions and another can not. Why?

The Habitual Smoker uses a cigarette automatically,  out of boredom, becuase of a daily pattern. This person may have quit before with some difficulty on their own and lasted some time but then returned to it again. Or this person happily smoked for years, simply enjoying the cigarette's company without ever wondering why he/she is using it.

The program designed for this type of smoker is as simple as dealing with a bad habit like nail biting or fidgeting. Those sessions focus on what is causing that habit and how to replace it to get the same outcome for the person.



An Emotional Smoker is someone that smokes to cover up unwanted emotions. Experiences that caused negative feelings have been supressed and never dealt with. Those sensations are still there; the cigarette is a solution to take the edge off those feelings. It makes you feel good, at least for the moment. 
The program for this type of smoker is like a program for an addiction. Those people have more to uncover and more to change. The process is more profound as addictions are more difficult to let go of than a habit.

So, if you have tried hypnosis before and you haven't quit, the reason is likely that the wrong approach for you has been used and the emotional stuff still needs to be addressed and not the fact that hypnosis does not work.

The good news is that once you work a little deeper, you can quit smoking as easily and quickly as the others. 

If you have never tried to quit, you may better understand now that there is a difference between 'a smoker' and 'a smoker'. As they are different, they need non-identical ways to address the same issue. 

Some people will know they are emotional smokers and decide to work with the 5 PATH Process immediately, while others are unsure. In this case, starting with a 2-session package is best but remember that you may need a more profound process. The free consultation is the perfect time to discover which type of smoker you are.


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Benefits of Quitting Smoking

Improved cardiovascular health. Quitting smoking can reduce your risk of developing these diseases and improve your heart health.

Reduced cancer risk: Smoking is strongly associated with several types of cancer, including lung, throat, mouth, esophageal, pancreatic, and bladder cancer.

Increased energy and stamina. When you quit smoking, your lung function improves, enabling you to breathe more easily, have greater stamina, and engage in physical activities with less difficulty.

Improved sense of smell and taste. Smoking can dull your sense of smell and taste. By quitting, you can gradually regain these senses.

Better skin health. Smoking accelerates the aging process and can cause premature wrinkling, dull skin, and other skin problems. When you quit smoking, your skin can gradually improve, becoming clearer and healthier.

Financial savings. Smoking is an expensive habit, and quitting can save you a significant amount of money over time. The money you used to spend on cigarettes can be redirected towards other more fulfilling purposes.

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