You Can Quit Nicotine For Good; Here’s How

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When you think of the word Nicotine the next thing that may come to mind is addiction and if so, you’re not alone. Just look it up anywhere and you can find lots of points of view that cigarettes are a wildly addictive substance. Millions of people are affected by this idea, mostly those that use cigarettes and other nicotine products. I’d like to offer you a different way to see it. This new way of looking at it, can help you actually quit smoking for good, and that would be good, wouldn’t it?


Everyone, especially smokers knows that cigarettes and other nicotine-related products can cause severe illness, trouble breathing, yellow teeth, gum disease, heart disease, cancer or even death but just knowing that information doesn’t make you change your relationship to cigarettes. You may have even had family or loved-ones plead with you to stop, but as much as you love them that didn’t work either, did it?


So, you believe you are addicted and your beliefs dictate your actions. You know that if you believe any activity is difficult, it likely will be and if you believe it’s easy, it becomes easy. Why would this be any different? It isn’t, yet there is a lot to gain by thinking it’s difficult like the benefit of comfort, staying stuck where you are, avoiding what’s real. Now think about the ones who really gain the most from this line of thinking. The tobacco companies! These billion-dollar corporations are only out to line their pockets and financially gain from you and everyone else believing nicotine is the hardest drug to quit. It’s like some kind of joke. Have you ever seen anyone come down from heavy drug use or alcohol? The withdrawal symptoms, the D.T.’s, sweating, nausea, hallucinations and other extremes never happen when a person quits smoking cigarettes.


The unconscious mind is the domain of our beliefs. Yes, our beliefs are malleable and can change, just like that, if we know how. Hypnosis and Neurolinguistic Programming helps a person understand themselves, understand their beliefs and how to change them in a real way. Unlike the alternatives such as nicotine patches, nicotine gum, vaping which causes a whole new set of habits to quit later, or medication that can have negative side effects, hypnosis is 100% safe and natural.


Sometimes people are offered behavioral therapy for smoking cessation to try and find the “root cause” but many decline that method as they don’t want to feel labeled or judged. In my experience, looking into the past for answers can open up a pandora’s box that may be better left alone so as to focus on the desired outcome at hand: to be a non-smoker. Consider the idea that when a person finds the “why” it can be used later as an excuse for bad behavior by the unconscious mind and we want to eliminate that wherever possible.


Hypnosis has been known as a form change-work for thousands of years. Most people smoke due to stress and hypnosis is an excellent way to get that same benefit in an easy and effective way. Recently hypnosis has come under attack by big smoking cessation companies who see it as a threat. There is an explanation for that, it is because Hypnosis really works! 


The hypnotists at Burbank Hypnosis offer programs to get your goals of stopping your bad habits around nicotine. As you peruse the many success stories of our clients, you’ll notice how hypnosis sessions can help eliminate stress, guilt, remorse, anger, and other feelings so you can overcome bad habits and start new ones. The reviews from firsthand clients who are just like you shows how easy and accessible hypnosis really is.


If you’re ready to overcome your smoking problem, contact us to schedule your free hypnosis screening.


So, what will you choose to believe about your smoking problem? Will you believe it’s easy or will you believe it’s hard? Whatever you choose, you’ll be right.



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