Hypnosis for Stopping Smoking
“It’s easy to quit smoking. I’ve done it hundreds of times”. —Mark Twain.
Why does Hypnosis work where other methods fail?
The Outsidethebox Hypnosis for Stopping Smoking process is personalised to your needs.
Concerns? Here’s how Hypnosis can help people like you step into your new normal. Because..
- Hypnosis doesn’t have any side effects
- It allows you to relax more easily
- Hypnosis is completely safe and natural
- You experience comfort with much less withdrawal
- You boost your self esteem
- You won’t have to replace it with other bad habits
- You will maintain your weight easily
Reasons to quit smoking:
- Add years to your life
- Save thousands of pounds
- Breathe easier
- Restore your energy
- Be more social- its cold out there in winter!
- Smell the world around you better
- Smell better yourself
- Get your loved ones off your back!
- Improve your physical experience
- Enjoy a healthier heart and lungs
- Reduce the risk of major disease
- Stop tingling and improve poor circulation in hands, feet and legs
- Reduce the risk to others of second hand smoke
- Eliminate the shame of smoking
- Stop coughing
- Be more attractive to romantic partners
Did you know: Smoking is the single greatest cause of preventable illness and premature death in the UK. Smoking kills over 120,000 people in the UK a year – more than 13 people an hour. Every hour, every day.
HEALTH REASONS TO QUIT:
Smoking induces more blood protein in urine (also called albuminuria) and also reduces the filtration rate of the kidneys, which leads to kidney damage and thus puts you at considerable risk of end-stage renal disease (ESRD).
People who smoke and also have diabetes are more likely to develop retinopathy (damage to the eyes) earlier than non smokers. Though the exact mechanism is still not clear, it seems that nicotine (in cigarettes) stimulates the damage of blood vessels and thereby affects microcirculation in the eyes. This is thought to be a possible cause for eye damage.
Smoking enhances hardening and narrowing of the arteries in diabetics, thus reducing blood flow to the legs and feet. This also makes it more difficult for wounds to heal.
Peripheral neuropathy (damaged nerves in the arms and legs that cause numbness, pain, weakness, and poor coordination) is another prevalent symptom of diabetes. Experts have found that 62% of smokers get neuropathy (damage to the nerves) due to diabetes compared to 33% who are non smokers. Neuropathy can lead to an increased risk of injury, particularly to the feet.
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