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Fed up of the stale smell of smoke on your clothes and breath?

Want to save yourself hundreds of pounds and lead a much healthier lifestyle?




Hypnotherapy is a successful therapy for stopping people smoking. Many clients pack up after just one session, some may need 2 sessions.

…..So a month on and I am still not smoking! Thank you James, professional and friendly service with encouraging support after….(Neil, Nottingham, Sept 2018)

Cigarettes are one of few products which can be sold legally which can harm and even kill you over time.


Smoking is one of the leading preventable causes of death & disease. Smoking can be a very dangerous addiction because it is a major risk factor for many diseases including lung and throat cancer, coronary heart disease, strokes, peripheral vascular disease and many others.


Worldwide, tobacco usage causes nearly 6 million deaths per year. If the trend continues, tobacco will cause more than 8 million deaths annually by the year 2030.


Hypnosis to stop smoking is actually one of the most effective methods because it attacks the problem at the deepest level of the mind.


Hypnosis to quit smoking can be a life-changing process, especially for those who have tried everything else, with little or no success.


If you are 100% committed to stop smoking, Hypnotherapy can work for you, you wont even need any smoking aids such as Vapes, Chewing Gum, Patches etc. Its not a case you will cut down, you can stop completely.


The Session

Once you make the first step to your new life as a non-smoker and book an appointment, I will :-




I will contact you a week or so after the therapy session to see how you are getting on. I will give you support even after the session, and if you need anymore sessions, this will be discussed with you.


If you require anymore information on the Stop Smoking hypnotherapy page then please contact me

9 Poisons In Cigarettes


Benzene (petrol additive)

Formaldehyde (embalming fluid)

Ammonia (toilet cleaner)

Acetone (nail polish remover)

Tar (drawn into lungs)

Nicotine (insecticide/addictive drug)

Carbon Monoxide

Arsenic (rat poison)

Hydrogen Cyanide (gas chamber poison)