BURTON-ON-TRENT HYPNOTHERAPY £165
Including a free follow-up session within three months if needed,
and three years of support to keep you stopped.
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NO, YOU DON'T HAVE TO STOP SMOKING
We help people to stop smoking, but we also help heavy smokers to become light smokers – IF THAT IS WHAT THEY WANT. We have a book on this subject, and there are lots of pages you can read for free. You might be interested to do this before you come to our Burton-on-Trent hypnosis branch. Here is a taster.
It will improve your health
I shouldn’t really have to say this, but the less you smoke, the better your health. If you’re not sure about this, let’s turn it on its head. Would you agree with me that smoking is bad for your health, and that therefore smoking more is more bad for your health? That someone who smokes 40 a day is likely to suffer more ill-health as a direct result than someone who smokes five. It is easy to see that 40 a day is likely to have a far greater impact than five, so logically there is a graph I could draw (but won’t) that would show the direct relationship between how many you smoke and the negative effect on your health. So there is an obvious correlation with reducing from 40 a day to five, but although it’s not so obvious there is the same correlation with reducing from 20 a day to ten.
If you’re still not sure, let me try a couple of analogies. If you hit a pedestrian with your car at sixty miles an hour, you are likely to kill them. The same may or may not apply at 30mph but serious injury is still probable, but at 5 miles an hour the risk of serious injury is dramatically reduced. If you fall out of a tenth floor window you are likely to die, if you fall out of a second-floor window you are likely to survive but sustain serious injury, and if you fall out of a ground-floor window you are unlikely to be hurt at all.
I’m sorry to labour this point, but it’s done now. The more you smoke, the more it will harm you, and the less you smoke the less it will harm you. It is therefore inescapably a good idea to smoke less.