Our Bishop Auckland
Everything you want to know about our Bishop Auckland hypnosis service
BISHOP AUCKLAND HYPNOTHERAPY
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 Bishop Auckland hypnotherapist has bookings from Monday to Saturday, and you can also be seen in the evening.
BISHOP AUCKLAND ACUPUNCTURE
Not provided here at the present time.
NOT STOPPING SMOKING
Smoking reduction that works
Not yet available here.
SOME NOTES ABOUT OUR BISHOP AUCKLAND HYPNOTIST
OUR BISHOP AUCKLAND HYPNOTHERAPY AFTERCARE
Directions to our Bishop Auckland hypnosis branch
Updates: Our Bishop Auckland Hypnosis Branch
12/05/18: Currently, our Darlington and Durham hypnotherapy branches are seeing most of our Bishop Auckland hypnosis clients.
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THE NSCI STOP SMOKING HANDBOOK
Here is a small taster from the book. If you are going to come to see our hypnotherapist in Bishop Auckland, it’s an idea to read the sample pages first.
….. But that aside, let’s assume you remember it as unpleasant. It tasted bad, perhaps it made you nauseous, a bit light headed. You persisted, but I think you would be the first to admit it wasn’t because you loved it so much you just had to do it again, it was because of social pressure to conform. Your friends didn’t react like that, so subconsciously perhaps you knew you had to learn to smoke. Think about this: why did you react to the first cigarette like that?
If you’ve said because tobacco smoke is poisonous, go to the front of the class. Tobacco smoke is the most poisonous substance you will ever have to deal with. So if tobacco smoke is poisonous, how do you think you are likely to react to it? That’s right, you will have a poison reaction, which means it will at the very least taste bad, and probably make you nauseous and dizzy, funnily enough exactly what happened perhaps. Tobacco smoke is poisonous so it tastes bad and is unpleasant to inhale. This is incontrovertible.
Hold on, though, you enjoy smoking. How can it be? Well, let me tell you. You adapted to the poisons. That adaptation does a very interesting thing. It stops your body telling you you are taking a poison, and then it makes you demand the poison. What it doesn’t do is stop tobacco being poisonous. In other words, it creates the belief that the poisons are pleasant.