Stop Smoking

 A proven technique from Europe’s top anti-smoking Hypnotherapist Rob Kelly

o-QUIT-SMOKINGResearch carried out in the USA about stopping smoking, looked at everything from will-power, nicotine patches, gum, to positive thinking to name a few. The largest study ever conducted found that hypnotherapy was the most effective anti-smoking technique. Most ex-smokers described the process as “easy” and stated they experienced little or no “withdrawal symptoms” or “cravings.” Download the research from

Over 90% of the 5000+ (verified success rate) smokers helped to quit, gave up easily after just one session. That’s right, for the majority of people, it takes just one hour! During the hour, Michelle will discuss the reasons you smoke, your current smoking habits, and reasons you want to quit. Work will also be carried out to re-educate your unconscious mind about smoking, whilst you simply relax. Each session is individualised to the client, and you will leave with a new approach and beliefs about smoking, feeling calm with an improved sense of well-being.

Beneficial health changes when you stop smoking.

Stop smoking and the body will begin to repair the damage done almost immediately, kick-starting a series of beneficial health changes that continue for years.


Time since quitting  Beneficial health changes that take place 
20 minutes Blood pressure and pulse rate return to normal.
8 hours  Nicotine and carbon monoxide levels in blood reduce by half, oxygen levels return to normal.
24 hours Carbon monoxide will eliminate from the body. Lungs start to clear out mucus and other smoking debris.
48 hours There is no nicotine left in the body. Ability to taste and smell is greatly improved.
72 hours Breathing becomes easier. Bronchial tubes begin to relax and energy levels increase.
2-12 weeks Circulation improves.
3-9 months Coughs, wheezing and breathing problems improve as lung function is increased by up to 10%.
1 year Risk of heart attack falls to about half that of a smoker.
10 years Risk of lung cancer falls to half that of a smoker.