Stop vaping hypnotherapy

Hypnosis to quit vaping: Does it really work?

The short answer is yes. Compelling research has proven that hypnosis can be an effective tool for helping you quit – with quit rates that easily beat more traditional methods.
No matter what method of quitting you have considered, fundamentally you must want to quit and become a non-vaper.

Hypnotherapy is not the best option if:

  • You feel like you should quit, but really would rather not
  • You aren’t ready to quit
  • You want to quit for someone elseBut if you’re ready, hypnosis can be a powerful tool. A classic hypnosis study looked at the use of hypnotherapy for a range of conditions. The study found that hypnotherapy takes an average of just six hypnotherapy sessions to make long-lasting change in all areas of your life, and many people find it easier to quit vaping after just 1 session, in comparison to psychoanalysis which takes up to 600 sessions.

Quit Vaping with Hypnosis: Getting Started

Are you ready to live your life vape-free? Do you want to try hypnosis as a therapy option?

Bottom line is if you’re ready to quit vaping, hypnosis can help.

We’ve created two of the ultimate solution to match your individual situation that contains all of the necessary elements for those who want to Quit Vaping with Hypnosis.

How much you could save

*Saving shown based on an initial outlay of vape - £14.99-£44.99 plus e-liquid and replacement part - est £440 per year

Is vaping bad for you?

Study finds e-cigarettes may make the lungs vulnerable to infection.

"E-cigarettes are more harmful than first feared, experts warn".

The news comes from a laboratory study that looked into the effects of e-cigarette liquid on human lung cells.

Researchers studied a type of lung cell called alveolar macrophages. These are also called dust cells, as they prevent irritants such as dust and infectious bacteria passing into the airways.

Taken from the NHS website.

Here's how your hypnotherapy course will work

Once you’ve purchased your hypnotherapy courses, you’ll be sent a link via email or you can access your videos by logging into “my account” located on the menu bar.

Get yourself comfortable and make sure you won’t be disturbed. Turn off all mobile devices, radio and other distractions where possible. It’s important to set aside 1 hour of quiet time, this will allow you to immerse yourself into the session.

For maximum relaxation, we recommend you find somewhere quiet to lay down, but if you would rather sit in an armchair, it’s important to make sure your head and neck are properly supported.

Please try to use a speaker wherever possible rather than headphones, as these may distract you from the session if they become uncomfortable.

Need more information on hypnotherapy? Visit the NHS hypnotherapy treatment page.

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