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Smoking You already know the health risks of smoking. You know that smoking causes cancer, heart disease and bronchitis. You may also know that in the time it takes you take to read this section that two people in the UK will die as a direct result of having smoked. You may even know that smoking causes infertility, impotence and erectile dysfunction.

You already know that you will have more money as a result of stopping smoking. An average 30-year-old smoker who gives up now will have saved £122,700 by the time he retires, plus interest.

You already know that non-smokers find smoke unpleasant. You know how you feel when your forced to smoke outside .

You know that your smoking increases the risk of smoking related diseases in others.

But what you probably don't know is that, despite all this knowledge, its entirely natural for you not to be driven to give up. Your smoking habit is not a conscious behaviour and so it cannot be controlled by conscious determination.

Of course you can try and be conscious of not smoking, but this is difficult to maintain for very long. The reason you smoke and the continuation of the habit are subconscious beliefs and behaviours.

The good news is that with a strong desire, you can give up without unnecessary effort or side-effects.

Hypnotherapy provides a context that can enable you to form fresh perspectives and understandings regarding the smoking habit and any links with stressful situations, social activities, and relationships.

That's why it only takes one hypnotherapy session to stop. As long as a genuine desire to be free of the habit exists, then hypnotherapy will help you do the rest.

The session costs £165 and lasts up to two hours.



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