With three years of support to ensure you stay stopped
Everything you want to know about our Glossop hypnosis service
Most clients stop in a single session, but a free follow-up is provided within three months in the event that you have a problem. Our Glossop hypnotherapist has bookings from Monday to Saturday, and you can also be seen in the evening.
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NOT STOPPING SMOKING
Smoking reduction that works
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THE NSCI STOP SMOKING HANDBOOK
Before seeing our Glossop hypnotherapist, you might like to read the free sample pages on our website.
Here is a very small taster:
When it became possible to produce ready-made cigarettes in factories, this opened up the market enormously, because now it was possible to sell smoking to poor people at a price they could afford. Before that, poor people died of poverty, but now they were starting to become less poor as a result of a range of social and economic factors, so they could live longer and die of other things instead. Now, they wanted what rich people had, and rich people had cigars. Cigarette means what? It means a small cigar. It’s what you smoke when you can’t buy the real thing, but the very name made it an aspirational thing.
So smoking was a big thing long before we really understood exactly how dangerous it was. Now, when some food is found to have health risks the government bans it instantly. A one in a million chance of catching something? Clear the shelves instantly. No cost is too high to protect the public, even from a small danger like that. BSE? Kill all the cattle. Tobacco causes lung cancer? Sell it in sweetshops.
Yes, it’s a funny old world. Tobacco is so dangerous it must, by law, come with a warning that it’s going to kill you, but the same government that insists on that lets tobacco companies push it to children.