Stop Smoking With Hypnotherapy

Are you one of the millions of Americans struggling with the smoking
habit and want to quit?    Do you want a healthier lifestyle?   Are you
tired of your home, car, clothes, and breath smelling like an ashtray?   
The use of tobacco has proved to be unhealthy, costly, and offensive
in t
oday's society.  

There are  many products on the market today to aid in breaking this
habit.  Unfortunately, all of these products have their own negative
side effects.


Because Chantix stimulates the brain and affects dopamine levels
(which cause pleasure and happiness), some  experience anxiety,
depression and suicidal thoughts during their treatment.

Negative side effects  also occurred when Chantix treatment was
ended. Those no longer using Chantix claimed to suffer from anxiety
attacks, heart palpitations, mental and emotional instability,
unexplained anger and depression. Some have  said that their
cravings  for cigarettes were twice as strong once they stopped taking
the medication.

      Side Effects of Quitting Chantix
                By Melissa Voelker, eHow Contributor

The use of the following products has been linked with users

Nicotine Gum

Abnormal dreams; diarrhea; difficulty sleeping; dry mouth; joint pain;
muscle pain; nervousness; sweating; weakness.
This is not a complete list of all side effects that may occur

Nicotine Inhaler

Anxiety; coughing; diarrhea; flu-like symptoms; headache; hiccups;
indigestion; mouth or throat irritation; muscle aches; nausea; pain in
the jaw and neck; runny nose; taste changes.
This is not a complete list of all side effects

Nicotine Lozenges

Warm or tingling sensation in the mouth.
Severe allergic reactions (rash; hives; itching; difficulty breathing;
tightness in the chest; swelling of the mouth, face, lips, or tongue); fast
or irregular heartbeat; mouth problems (eg, mouth pain, sores, or
swelling); persistent indigestion; severe sore throat.
This is not a complete list of all side effects that may occur.

Nicotine Spray

Acne; back pain; burning or irritation of the mouth, nose, or eyes;
changes in taste and smell; constipation; cough; earache; flushing of
the face; gas; headache; hoarseness; indigestion; irritability; joint pain;
mouth sores; nasal ulcers or blisters; nausea; nose bleed; numbness of
the mouth; painful menstruation; runny nose; sinus irritation;
sneezing; sore throat; stuffy nose; tingling; tooth disorder; watery eyes.
This is not a complete list of all side effects that may occur.


A safe alternative to kicking the tobacco habit is hypnotherapy.  
Hypnotherapy works with the b
ody's natural physiology.  There are
no  chemicals introduced into the system.  Hypnosis is a temporary
state of altered awareness in which the conscious mind is passive and
the sub-conscious is alert and responsive. In this state a person
becomes hyper-suggestible and is able to carry out suggested actions
beyond their capabilities. It is a tool to promote accelerated positive
change. It is safe and nearly everyone can experience some degree of

If you are serious about wanting to stop smoking, Hypnosis will work.
on't let the "fear of fear" stop you from having the life you deserve