What Quitting Smoking Can Do for You
No matter at what stage of the addiction you are in, quitting smoking can prove highly beneficial for your health. In fact, the sooner you quit, the faster your body will recover, and the greater the chances of your steering clear of all serious health conditions and complications.
You can breathe easier
Within a single year of quitting smoking, you can boost your lung capacity by as much as 10%. This not just helps improve your daily activities and behaviour, but also helps you decongest and get rid of cough.
You can reduce likelihood of disease or premature death
Quitting smoking comes with great benefits for your overall health and lifestyle, and has a direct impact on your life expectancy. Smoking is linked to some major diseases, and quitting it at the earliest can give your body a chance to heal and stay protected.
You can improve your energy levels
The level of carbon monoxide, one of the most harmful toxins for our body, is considerably higher in smokers. This impacts your daily activities and body functions, including muscles and brain. Quitting smoking can help get rid of these high levels of carbon monoxide and restore body functions to normality. Lesser carbon monoxide levels mean higher oxygen levels, which can improve alertness and energy levels significantly.
You can improve your skin and hair
Smoking accelerates aging, and its ill-effects start showing on your skin and hair very fast. When you quit smoking, you can reverse these effects and let the right nutrients reach your skin and hair instead of toxins. Over time, your overall appearance becomes more youthful.
You can save much money
Imagine not having to spend money on cigarettes anymore, which are an expensive commodity. Quitting smoking can help you save as much as $22,000 over 10 years!
Clyde Stop Smoking Hypnosis FAQs
How does the Clyde Stop Smoking Hypnotherapy work?
The Clyde Smoking Cessation Hypnosis helps individuals train their subconscious mind in a relaxed environment, making it easier to transform compulsive, life-long habits within a single session. By using the power of hypnosis to reach out to your
subconscious, the hypnotherapist helps make your brain aware of harmful habits, wrong choices and a way to get rid of them.
Our brain functions on three levels: the conscious, the subconscious and the unconscious. The conscious part of our brain impacts our behaviour and choices that we are aware of. It dictates the decisions we make, our actions and our words. This part of our mind can process only seven pieces of information at a time, on average.
It is our subconscious mind that can process millions of pieces of information, all at once. This enables those functions of our body and behaviour that we may not be aware of – that is, our habits. All our behaviour, therefore, comes to be controlled by this dormant, subconscious part of our brain. This is what makes Clyde Stop Smoking Hypnosis so effective – it allows you to re-train your subconscious, making it easier to change compulsive, life-long habits with a single session.
Is the Clyde Smoking Cessation Hypnotherapy safe?
Unlike the popular assumption that quitting smoking is a lengthy, painful and difficult process, our Stop Smoking Clyde Hypnotherapy sessions are absolutely smooth and hassle-free. Our sessions are pain-free, chemical-free, drug-free, patch-free, pill-free, needle-free, stress-free and upheaval-free!
Hypnosis is a safe and relaxing experience where you are not under the control of a hypnotist at any point in time. You remain fully aware of what is happening and can choose to terminate the session whenever you want. The Clyde Quit Smoking hypnotherapist merely acts as a facilitator to guide you on the path to being a non-smoker for life.
Even after the session, you do not need to bring any major changes to your lifestyle, other than quitting smoking of course, which our Quit Smoking Hypnotherapist will take care of.
Is online therapy effective?
e-Therapy or Online Therapy or Teletherapy is a new way of connecting with a therapist online through live video sessions. Yes, online therapy can be equally effective as physical sessions. Many people actually prefer online therapy due to the option of availing it from the comfort of their homes or because they cannot travel to the particular hypnotherapist of their choice due to distance or time issues.
However, video sessions have some pitfalls when compared to physical quit smoking hypnotherapy sessions. Technological issues such as internet connection downtimes and hardware glitches can play a role, and so can the use of gadgets which can be distracting and thus break a hypnotherapy session. Online therapy may also not be able to meet the needs of clients who need more intensive support such as those who are facing severe withdrawal symptoms.