• Hypnosis to STOP Smoking - Mindset Easy Quit Smoking Programme

    Use of Hypnosis to STOP Smoking has been the most successful therapy in helping people to quit the Smoking habit for over 50 years.  At Mindset Clinical Hypnotherapy, the hypnosis to Stop Smoking procedure takes place across typically a 2 hour session only. This session has two aspects to it. The first focuses very specifically on detailed facts as to the background of smoking and what exactly your body is having to deal with and the effects this may cause for you and your future. Once you have the real facts to consider, we then move to a personalised Hypnosis session, which helps solidify your thought process, to break that psychological habit hold and to help allow you to achieve the result you set out for.

    If you truly wish to Stop Smoking once and for all and finally become a natural non-smoker of your own choice, results from not only myself, but many other Hypnotherapists who have trained in the award winning* 'Easy Quit Smoking Programme' by Terence Watts, suggests that this therapy is an excellent way to achieve your goal.

    If you would like to discuss further any aspects of the therapy or programme for 'Easy Quit Smoking', please don't hesitate to simply Contact Me.

    * Hypnotherapy Society Award for Clinical Excellence

  • Hypnotherapy and Smoking - Benefits of Stopping Smoking

        Time stopped
    Low risk - High risk
    Benfits to the Body
    20 mins       20 mins   

    Blood pressure drops to normal

    Pulse rate drops to normal

    Temperature of hands and feet returns to normal

    8 hours        8 hours

    Carbon monoxide level in blood drops to normal

    Oxygen level in blood increases to normal

    24 hours      24 hoursChance of heart attack decreased
    48 hours      48 hours

    Nerve endings start to re-grow

    Smell and taste improved

    2 weeks       3 months

    Circulation improves

    Exercise, including walking, becomes easier

    Lung function increased by up to one-third

    1 month       9 months

    Cilia re-grow in lungs and airways, increasing lung's self-maintenance

    Energy levels increase overall

    Coughing, sinus problems, tiredness, shortness of breath all decrease

    1 year          1½years

    Excess risk of heart disease is halved

    Recovery rate from heart bypass surgery almost doubled

    2½years       5 years

    Lung cancer death rate for average former smoker almost halved

    Risk of mouth and throat cancer halved

    5 years         10 yearsRisk of stroke similar to non-smoker
    10 years       10 years

    Lung cancer death rate the same as for non-smokers

    Pre-cancerous cells have been replaced

    Risk of cancer of mouth, throat, bladder, kidneys, pancreas decreases

    10 years       15 yearsRisk of heart disease is that of a non-smoker.

    Low risk indicators: Under 35 years old; smoking 15 a day or less; good level of fitness; regular exercise taken; no persistent cough; low total consumption since starting.

    High risk indicators: Over 50 years old; smoking 30 a day or more; poor fitness level; no regular exercise taken; persistent cough; high total consumption since starting.

    These figures are based on research by more than one cancer society and do not represent guaranteed clinical or physical improvements to anyone particular individual. It is widely accepted that non-smokers, even those who have smoked at some time in their lives, live longer and with a higher quality of life than those who smoke or continue to smoke.

    If you'd like to discuss further with me how I might be able to assist you to Stop Smoking once and for all, simply contact me.