Including three years of counselling to ensure you stay stopped
Everything you want to know about our Gillingham 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 Gillingham 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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SOME NOTES ABOUT OUR GILLINGHAM HYPNOTIST, AND CLIENT COMMENTS
“No problem. Thanks.” PC, Chatham
OUR GILLINGHAM HYPNOTHERAPY AFTERCARE
Directions to our Gillingham Hypnotherapy branch
Updates: Our Gillingham Hypnotist
29th May. At the moment, most of our Dartford hypnotherapy clients are being seen at our Gillingham hypnosis branch.
Here are some of our other local branches. Click on any for the full details.
To book with our Gillingham hypnotist, or just to ask for our advice, click this button
THE NSCI STOP SMOKING HANDBOOK
Here’s a snippet from the book. There are lots of pages you can read for free. We suggest you do this before you come to our Gillingham hypnotherapist.
You used a nicotine replacement product: How they work
The function of an NRP is to give you nicotine without having to smoke. The reason for this is a little hazy. The manufacturers say this will help you to break the addiction for nicotine, but there seems to be a lack of science behind this claim. The most obvious benefit of using an NRP is that it helps you to break the habit of smoking which, if habit is the problem, might be helpful. There is no difference in the biochemical effect between types of NRP or brand.
The most common reaction to failing to stop with an NRP is to try another NRP. This isn’t quite as daft as it sounds, but almost. Daft because if taking nicotine doesn’t stop you smoking taking nicotine another way is unlikely to be an intelligent approach to the real reasons you can’t stop. Shoving it into your body through any orifice in a desperate attempt to get a fix is not the kind of behaviour we encourage.
And not completely daft because it depends why you don’t succeed with any given NRP. Answer these questions:
If you used gum: Did you find it hard to chew, or unpleasant in any way? Did it fail to satisfy your craving?
If you didn’t like using it, the answer is that you don’t know if taking nicotine will help you to stop smoking, so in this case it might be worth trying to get the nicotine another way.