Some people have a shorter route to success than others do. Here are some ideas why. There are several differences in people’s motivation. First difference is when a person is deeply interested in benefits of leading a smoke free life. Focusing your interest on benefits helps to accept the necessary changes, rather than keep worrying about other things.
Another difference, is when a person is focused on costs of not having to smoke anymore. For example, what if I will gain weight or not be able to socialize anymore. This mindset inspires fear and requires extra work to help resolve the fear. In the end, everyone possesses the ability to stop smoking* immediately and able to maintain a tobacco free life. However, the main objective should always be to stop smoking*. When a client needs more time to feel comfortable to establish and maintain a tobacco free life, that need is too important to dismiss. Finally, anyone who has decided to stop smoking* has to accept some sort of inconvenience.
Since most people spent years of their life building convenient ways to smoke, cessation cannot always be a convenient process. Similarly, smoking wasn’t convenient when you first started. Most people had to hide from adults or straggle to save extra money so that smoking habit could survive. Now, you decided to survive and chose this time to do it. You need to know that you will have all the help you need to succeed.
People who used hypnosis for smoking cessation experienced a quicker improvement in regaining control of daily life. However, not everyone will experience withdrawal symptoms and certainly not all of them together. Hypnosis helps to overcome the initial period of smoking cessation that is most critical in continuing a smoke free life. In addition, suggestions made during hypnotherapy continue to contribute throughout critical period of changing the lifestyle. Enormous difference that comes from hypnotic interaction is attributed to your subconscious mind’s ability of performing complex tasks that are related to accepting healthy reality and ditching misleading illusions. The changes that are necessary for the stop smoking* procedure are usually the hardest part if experienced unprepared.
Through hypnosis, you will be able to feel and act as if smoking is something unwanted rather than something you have to wrestle. Hypnotherapy opens your minds ability to feel as natural as possible and therefore resolve the need to straggle while changing. You will learn about your deep subconscious needs and make powerful connections.