Wellbeing Practice uses tried and tested methods to help you achieve your decision to stop smoking.
Our main method for a single session is hypnotherapy, which has the reputation of being the best therapeutic help available, with an excellent success rate.
– Stopping Smoking
– E-Cigarette Addiction
– Nicotine / Nicotine Craving / Nicotine Gum Addiction
“Hypnotherapy to stop smoking has been acknowledged by the British Medical Association (BMA) as the most effective help available to those who are “addicted” to smoking. Statistically it is more effective than nicotine replacement therapy (patches and gum), advice from GP and sheer willpower”
Wellbeing Practice provides support within a positive, safe and supportive environment. Our methods simultaneously retrain both your conscious and unconscious mind. As a result, all those old self-limiting beliefs about smoking will easily and comfortably become a thing of the past.
We work with you to enable you to replace those old habitual smoking behaviours with far more natural and healthy strategies to help you feel emotionally calmer, physically more relaxed and altogether more confident…
As a result, the all too familiar withdrawal pangs, irritability, mood swings and cravings are replaced with feelings of emotional calmness, physical relaxation, improved self-confidence, increased energy and vitality and an overall sense of wellbeing.
Book your stop smoking session today. the session normally last between 2 and 3 hours…
Before booking your session ask yourself how serious you are about “stopping smoking” for example on a scale of 1 to 10 if you score 7 or above, lets get to on your way to being a Non-Smoker by committing to your session now.
If however; you have any questions or score a 6 or less then please talk to us before your buy your session.
Booking hot-line Wimborne 01202 830247 or Winchester 01962 676288
Need more to think about… Facts about Smoking
Ever wonder why smokers crave a cigarette when they’re in a bad mood or in a stressful situation? It’s because nicotine may help people feel calmer, causing temporary feelings of relaxation as well as reducing stress, anxiety and even pain [source: World Health Organization].
In spite of that relaxation, though, nicotine actually increases physical stress; its effects are considered a bit of a paradox. It perks up the central nervous system, but depending on the dosage some smokers find nicotine also acts as a sedative. Some studies, though, suggest it may just be the ritual of smoking that induces a calming effect, because nicotine is actually considered a stimulant, not a depressant.
Nicotine has been used as a commercial insecticide and fumigant, and the news doesn’t get better. Each year, 440,000 cigarette smokers die, and for every one death caused by a smoking-related disease there are 20 more people living with at least one serious smoking-related illness [source: CDC]. Tobacco use of any kind comes with numerous health risks. Tobacco smoke contains at least 250 chemicals known to be toxic or to cause cancer. A smoking habit of just one to four cigarettes a day is enough to increase your chance of developing cardiovascular disease. Pneumonia, emphysema and respiratory infections, cataracts and eye problems, and certain cancers including cancers of the mouth, pharynx, larynx, esophagus, stomach, pancreas, cervix, kidney, ureter and bladder as well as some leukemias are all known risks of a nicotine addiction. The risk of dying from cancer — lung or another type — doubles if you’re a smoker, and as many as nine out of 10 people diagnosed with lung cancer can directly blame their tobacco habits [source: MedicineNet, MayoClinic].
Smokers are also more likely to suffer from periodontal disease, diabetes (or insulin resistance), infertility and pregnancy complications, and changes in their physical appearance (including premature aging and yellow-stained, sallow skin). On average, nonsmokers live about a decade longer than smokers [source: CDC].