Quit smoking successfully using hypnotherapy addiction healing powers without relapsing in Bangkok, Thailand
Are you a heavy smoker? Do you smoke more than one pack a day? Does stress or certain activities cause you to smoke more? Do you reach for cigarettes when you’re feeling depressed or down? Have your friends and loved ones started to avoid you? Have you tried to stop smoking on multiple occasions but failed miserably?
Quitting smoking on your own is extremely hard because of the profound mental programming you get from years of nicotine addiction. Well, it’s time to stop smoking now.
Even though smoking is one of the leading causes of early deaths and disease, that’s probably not the main reason why you want to stop smoking. You might be saying to yourself, “Hey, I’ve been alive for this long; why should I quit now?”.
But the main reason why you’re reading this is because deep inside, you know that you want to be healthy, you want to be accepted by your friends and family, and you want to not feel helpless by the inability to stop smoking. In other words, you want to be free.
About 70% of smokers just like you say they want to quit, and many of those keep trying by going cold-turkey, by using the nicotine patch, or moving to vape.
But the mental lure of reaching for a cigarette is probably one of the strongest habits to break, and this is the main reason why after quitting cold-turkey or other methods, you might find yourself reaching for and smoking a cigarette without realizing what you just did.
The most potent proven way of quitting smoking once and for all is using hypnotherapy.
Multiple randomized controlled studies have proved that hypnotherapy is more effective than nicotine replacement therapy for smoking cessation. However, hypnotherapy has gained deserved attention as an effective treatment option for smoking cessation due to nicotine replacement therapy's relapse rates and side effects.
In one study, hypnotherapy patients were more likely to be non-smokers at 12 weeks by a whopping 43% versus 28% for those who took nicotine replacement therapies. And the success of hypnotherapy for smoking is long-term as the same studies show that even after 26 weeks, patients using hypnosis were more than 3 times likely to abstain from smoking.
In just a few sessions, Hypnosis Thailand can help you to stop smoking once and for all
Join Dr. Narindr in his office in Bangkok, Thailand, or in remote Zoom or FaceTime sessions and, finally, stop smoking.
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Studies have shown that hypnotherapy can help with Smoking as it helps patients to focus on their own mental resources. Other research has also suggested that the success rates with Smoking caused by the relaxation effects of hypnosis. This allows people to be more accepting of Dr. Narindr’s mental programming sessions.
Yes. Hypnotic suggestions do alter your perceptions and sensations, example: Altering the perception of pain or Smoking. Brain activity studies have shown hypnotherapy alters the way how the brain processes information, and the clinical trials have shown that hypnosis is an effective treatment for Smoking.
About 10% of people are extremely suggestible while about 80% are amenable to hypnosis. A small 10% of the population do not respond easily to hypnosis. In your free consultation for Smoking, Dr. Narindr will evaluate where you fit into this spectrum.
No. Brain activity studies shown brain activity patterns with sleep differ with hypnosis. It may seem as if its sleep due to the usage of relaxation, but during hypnosis, people are more in a wake state.
No. You are in full control during hypnosis. Studies show that hypnotized subjects were unable to perform actions that would adversely affect themselves or went against their will.
During your hypnotherapy for Smoking, you will probably feel different than what others would feel. People have different reactions and body responses when instructed to relax by a trained hypnotherapist. Most people feel very focused and in the moment. There is a feeling of being in control during the therapy.
No. Because you are still under control, and in the moment you cannot be compelled to give up information you don’t want to, so what you see in the movies is basically not true.
Sometimes one session can fix your problem with Smoking. It depends on how suggestible you are to hypnosis. Dr. Narindr generally recommends a few sessions to help overcome your problem with Smoking.