...you are greater than the addiction

…you are greater than the addiction

Smoking cigarettes is no longer seen by society as making us look ‘trendy’, ‘cool’, or ‘chilled’ – a prominent view based on tobacco manufactures’ marketing and advertising campaigns last century.  We are all aware of the dangers of smoking cigarettes and know that inhaling different chemicals places us at risk from a wide range of ailments, illnesses and diseases, yet some of us continue to do it because we are led to believe we have an ‘addiction’ to nicotine.  The reality is, the addiction is a psychological one not a chemical one such as drugs or alcohol!  To withdraw from certain drugs or even alcohol can make us very ill, however to withdraw from smoking cigarettes has no harmful long lasting effects at all!


Hypnotherapy for smoking cessation CAN help you, and the benefits of stopping smoking are almost instantaneous and long lasting.

Addicted to E-Cigarettes?

...unknown long term health issues, 'popcorn lung', future taxation making them as expensive as smoking

…unknown long term health issues, ‘popcorn lung’, future taxation making them as expensive as smoking

There are currently more than 400 brands of ‘e-cigs’ available.  E-cigs contain far fewer cancer-causing and other toxic substances than cigarettes; however their long-term effects on health and nicotine dependence are unknown.  The popularity of e-cigarettes, which typically deliver nicotine, propylene glycol, glycerine and flavourings through inhaled vapour, has increased in the past five years.

Hypnotherapy can help you break the habit.

Contact Angie for more information and book an appointment now!

* Smoking Cessation Hypnotherapy is a complementary therapy; it is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. It is not a substitute for a medical examination, nor does it replace the need for services provided by medical professionals.

Always seek the advice of your medical professional before making any changes to your treatment. Any medical questions should be directed to your doctor.