Quit Smoking Thru Hypnosis

12:36 am in Weight Loss News by seph

Smoking is one of the most addictive behaviours a person can have. It is frequently said that even though a pack a day smoker manages to give up for one or two years, the bent to revisit the habit is reasonably big. All he has to do is take one drag and the whole obsession is back. Hypnosis is amongst the many methods which can significantly help. A pal of mine once tried to quit smoking by hypnosis. With this short story of his experience, you can get some comprehension of what you are expecting your experience to be.

He was a pack a day smoker, for about 5 years or so. He really needed the cigarette to feel calm and think straight. The desire to give up, finally, became bigger than the urge to smoke, so he decided to give hypnosis a try. His experience was nothing short of astounding!

What he probably did was purchase a Quit Smoking Mp3 from one of the popular online outlets. Burnt it on to a CD, put on some phones and lay on his bed, waiting to be hypnotized. The first time he probably did it he fell asleep! The sessions have a tendency to be a bit long, at approximately 45 minutes or so. There was no effect, so he made sure he stayed awake next time.

So after he probably did it right, he started experiencing an especially engaging mind-set. He still wished to smoke, he still knew he would enjoy the sensation of nicotine in his body, but he couldn't smoke! He would sometimes even put the cigarette into his mouth, but then he would put it back in its pack and keep it away. He said that he was literally in two minds, one of them was a smoker and the other was not! And the non-smoker was stronger.

This only lasted for only about 4 – 5 hours or so. But this was because he listened to it only once. All hypnosis products recommend that it should be listened to at least for 10 days direct to have a strong effect. You must keep that in mind…

Rick Smith is a Consulting Hypnotist with MindRelease Hypnosis London help you quit smoking systems through hypnosis.