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Stop Smoking in Cambs

For stop smoking using Hypnotherapy in the Cambs and the East Anglia region,  Dr Jim Rutherford operates his practice out of the Sanctuary, Hills Road and from a private clinic in the centre of Cambridge.   For a confidential discussion phone 0779 210 82 72 or email by clicking  on Jim@thehypnosisclinic.co.uk (e-mails answered personally usually the same day)

Quote  "I don't know how you did it but I have just stopped smoking and snacking....

                                                                                                                                 December 2005

Quote   "This is to thank you again:  I have noticed that I just don't even think about smoking.."                                                                                                              November 2005

Quote "I came to see you on 9th January and I have to admit I was a little skeptical that a single session would stop me smoking after 18 years. Well it did, I haven't smoked since, feel like a new person and I think it's fantastic.                                                           June 2005

The best hour and a half I've ever spent and I can't thank you enough for helping me."


Stop Smoking A one session answer for heavy or social smokers. Enjoy your last cigarette just before the therapy session. Then 90 minutes later leave a non smoker.


Smoking a cigarette shortens your life by 6 minutes. Twenty cigarettes per day means that your life is shortened by almost 3 days for each month that you smoke.


Twenty cigarettes per day costs per month almost £140.

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Start planning now what to do with the rest of your life and what to spend that money on.


A background to Stop Smoking;

Many smokers believe, or are led to believe, that they are addicted to tobacco products. They may be surprised to learn that of all the scientific studies carried out on the subject of this supposed addiction, a surprising number are ambivalent on the matter.

It is eye-opening to compare the behaviour of those who take substances that are accepted to create a chemical, body-dependant addiction and smokers. A true addict simply has to take the substance they are addicted to and make sure that they take the correct amount of that substance or they suffer serious side effects. These side effects may include nausea, heart palpitations, hallucinations, vomiting and lapsing into a coma. On the other hand, if a smoker is unable to smoke, perhaps due to a stay in hospital, a long plane journey or simply having a bad cold or sore throat, they may become a little grumpy or short tempered, but suffer none of the previously-mentioned side effects. If a smoker who usually smokers 30 cigarettes a day for some reason only smokes 20, they do not have to 'make-up' the amount of tobacco they did not take the next day whilst a true addict simply has to ingest the 'correct' amount of the substance that they are addicted to.

Those smoking-cessation methods that treat smoking as an addiction (patches, gum etc) have a very low success rate, acknowledged to be around 23%. The makers of the drug Zyban state that the drug is only effective if it is taken in conjunction with 'psychological intervention'.

Hypnotherapy is the most effective form of psychological intervention. In the vast majority of cases, provided a smoker truly wants to quit smoking, a single session (taking around a total time of one and a half hours) is effective.

 

 

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