It’s never too late to quit smoking and it is one of the best things you’ll ever do for your health.

Easily said, however quitting smoking is one of the biggest challenges a person can face. Willpower on its own if very often no enough.

Naturally, when you stop smoking you finally give your lungs the chance to breathe properly, plus they’ll begin to repair.

There are lots of other benefits too and they start almost immediately.

  • After 20 minutes your pulse rate will start to return to normal. At 8 hours, your oxygen levels are recovering and the harmful carbon monoxide level in your blood will have reduced by half.
  • After 48 hours, all the carbon monoxide has been flushed out as your lungs clear out the mucus. You’ll also find your sense of taste and smell improve.
  • From 2 – 12 weeks, your blood will be pumping better and your circulation will have improved. Soon, you’ll experience less coughing, wheezing or breathing problems and your lung capacity will have increased by up to 10%!
  • 1 Year on and you will have halved your risk of heart attack, ten years on and the risk of death from lung cancer will also have halved.

So, as you can see, there are many benefits to stopping smoking, you just need to take the first step.

Smoking is one of the most common addictions that people turn to hypnotherapy for. And, you’ll be glad to hear that hypnotherapy has one of the best success rates to help people stop smoking.

As well as dealing with the habit element, we’ll also explore and uncover the underlying psychological reason why you smoke.

Whilst hypnotherapy does have a high success rate with helping people to quit smoking if you try and quit when you’re not ready, or for reasons other than your own, it can often fail.

You need to make a conscious decision that you want to quit and that you’re ready and committed to doing it.