Craving to Stop Smoking Easily?
25th March, 2011
Written by: Diane Oxborough
Many people don’t realise it’s possible to become a non-smoker easily, comfortably and without any cravings at all.
If you were to consider the fact that just 48 hours after your last cigarette your body is completely nicotine-free, you might ask yourself, “What exactly are withdrawal symptoms?”
Physical cravings are largely the result of conditioned responses – a smoker’s body has adjusted to receiving regular doses of nicotine everyday, and so comes to expect it. When a smoker decides to stop and does so using conscious willpower, the body wonders what’s going on. Those physical cravings are the body’s expression of confusion. The good news is that there’s an easy and effective way to prevent this.
The largest study ever carried out with almost 72,000 smokers showed that hypnotherapy is consistently the most successful way to become a non-smoker. People who choose to quit the habit using hypnotherapy are 5 times more successful than those using willpower, and 3 times more successful than those using nicotine replacement therapies.
Diane Oxborough utilises advanced hypnotherapy and NLP techniques to deal with the unconscious aspects of becoming a non-smoker. When your unconscious mind understands how to live as a non-smoker, it communicates this to your body. As a result, many people report that after doing a session with Diane, becoming a non-smoker was easy and they were totally craving-free. What’s more, employing these powerful techniques means that Diane can assist you to achieve this in just one 2 hour session.
So, if you want to stop smoking once and for all, why not do it easily and comfortably? If you’re ready to look forward to a brighter, healthier future you might decide it’s time to make that change now, and call Diane on 01298 72907 or visit www.dianeoxborough.co.uk
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