We can Save the NHS £99 Million a year…

July 4th, 2018 Posted by Blog 0 thoughts on “We can Save the NHS £99 Million a year…”

There are more than 73,000 smokers among the 1.2 million NHS employees in England and the lost working hours from their combined smoking breaks add up to £99m a year, the Royal College of Physicians’ tobacco advisory group has said. Hypnotherapy can help these NHS workers stop smoking …

Many people successfully stop smoking with hypnotherapy. Hypnotherapy works by breaking the negative thinking patterns and behaviours that keep people smoking; like smoking to cope with stress. It is these negative habits, thoughts and behaviours that often prevent people from successfully giving up. Stopping smoking with hypnotherapy helps deal with these underlying challenges.

So, when a person decides to quit cigarettes, the most important thing is to change how they look at cigarettes and to let go of their smoking habit. Your hypnotherapist works by guiding you into a calm, relaxed state. During this time, the mind is more open to suggestion and to change. The hypnotherapist will tailor suggestions to you, they will be along the lines of ‘you are now a non smoker’ ‘you have no desire to smoke’ etc. which will help you in changing your thought patterns around smoking.

Your hypnotherapist will also ask about your daily smoking routine, so they can make suggestions in trance that so you will no longer want to smoke at those times. The challenge of breaking this addiction is thus made easier with the support of a hypnotherapist. Because of this, hypnotherapy is fast becoming one of the most popular forms of treatment.

When considering hypnosis to stop smoking, the first thing to do is to make sure you are ready and are choosing to quit for yourself. Hypnotherapy for smoking has been found to be most effective when the person really wants to quit, and is determined in succeeding.

We can also do stop smoking for vaping, which although safer than smoking, is not consider safe by medical professional, who say it can lead to health conditions such as popcorn lung.

Call us on 0207 242 6741 to arrange your smoking cessation appointment.

By Beth Sullivan


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