Your mind is your biggest enemy when you decide to quit smoking, but Positive Changes Hypnosis Center in Hamilton offers programs that can help you break free from the habit.
The actual withdrawal symptoms experienced by smokers are short-lived and are not the biggest hurdle you’ll face when kicking the habit. There are no prescriptions or over-the-counter aids that can treat the psychological addiction that causes most smokers to relapse and start smoking again.
Clients of Positive Changes have a much higher success rate through hypnosis treatment programs that help eliminate the fear of quitting by reinforcing positive mental thought processes and helping your brain to identify as a non-smoker.
We have all heard stories about the power of positive thinking and the ability to improve physical and mental health and well-being with the mind. Some are able to tap into this ability or willpower successfully on their own, but most of us need help to channel this resource — especially when faced with the terrifying thought of giving up a habit that your mind perceives to be an aid for stress.
Smoking is not an aid. It only adds to stress levels. Your brain handles the stress but has tricked you into thinking it is the cigarette that is doing all the work. Positive Changes can help your brain break from that false reasoning with hypnosis and help you make a positive and lasting change.
The hypnotists at Positive Changes combine personal coaching and hypnosis sessions to help you conquer the roadblocks that are preventing you from reaching your goals, such as kicking bad habits, losing weight or improving performance in other areas of your life.
There is no denying the power of suggestion, so why not tap into that power for positive change? Hypnosis does not control your thoughts; it helps you focus those thoughts and use your free will to conquer mental hurdles and bring about change.
To learn more about using hypnosis to improve your lifestyle, visit Positive Changes Hypnosis Centre Hamilton at their website, or call the clinic at 905-383-3500.