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Stop Smoking at The Conway Practice, Brighton & HoveAt The Conway Practice, hypnosis in Brighton to stop smoking explores all factors relating to your habit and delves deeper than merely addressing nicotine addiction; it explores the intricate web of psychological and behavioural patterns associated with smoking. While nicotine is undoubtedly a powerful addictive substance, the habit of smoking is often intertwined with various emotional, social, and habitual triggers. Hypnotherapy aims to unravel these layers, offering a comprehensive approach to breaking free from the perpetual reliance to smoke.*

At its core, smoking is frequently used as a coping mechanism for stress, anxiety, or emotional distress. Hypnosis seeks to reprogramme the subconscious mind, redirecting these ingrained responses towards healthier alternatives. By identifying the root causes of the smoking habit, this therapeutic intervention will help you to build resilience and find alternative coping strategies, diminishing the dependence on cigarettes as a crutch.*

Moreover, smoking is often related to rituals and routines, creating a strong behavioural association. Hypnosis can be instrumental in breaking these associations, reshaping the neural pathways that link certain activities with the act of smoking.* Through suggestion and reinforcement, hypnotherapy helps to disassociate smoking from daily habits, making it easier to adopt a smoke-free lifestyle.*

Beyond nicotine cravings, hypnosis also addresses the underlying belief systems and self-perceptions that may contribute to the difficulty of quitting.* It promotes positive affirmations and fosters a mindset of empowerment, reinforcing your motivation and ability to overcome the addiction.* This psychological shift not only aids in quitting smoking but also promotes a holistic sense of well-being.*

In essence, hypnosis for smoking cessation is a safe, multi-faceted approach that acknowledges the complexity of the habit. By targeting all the complex aspects, it offers a more thorough and lasting solution. Relaxation and distraction techniques can help you to manage the initial withdrawal discomfort, empowering you to not only quit smoking but to also enjoy a more relaxed and healthier lifestyle as a non-smoker.*

Jonathan Conway has more than 25 years of experience as a qualified hypnotherapist, NLP Master Practitioner and NLP Coach. Appointments can be made for face-to-face hypnosis sessions at The Conway Practice in Brighton and also remotely by Skype, Zoom or telephone if preferred.

For an appointment call Jonathan today on 07956 855 027