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The voyage of discovery is not

 in seeking new landscapes

but in having new eyes.

-Marcel Proust

 

 

      SMOKING CESSATION

 

DO YOU SMOKE?

The people of Washington State voted to expand the Clean Indoor Air Act November '05.

Initiative 901 gives Washington the nation's strictest statewide smoking ban, making all public places and work places smoke-free.

The new law prohibits smoking in any indoor enclosed public place, including workplaces, bars, restaurants, bowling alleys, skating rinks, non-tribal casinos, reception areas and most hotel rooms.

The measure took effect on December 8th, 2005.

 

SO WHAT DOES THAT MEAN FOR YOU?

 

smoke

 

If you smoke, it means being inconvenienced at your favorite public places.

It means being forced (by your habit) to leave the conversation at the table or bar to go and light up, often alone, in foul weather, missing out on moments and memories with friends or family that can never be relived.

 

       

 

The alternative isn't much better!

You may choose to rough it, dealing with withdrawal symptoms just so you don't miss out, or appear anti-social. Impatience, touchiness/moodiness, not being 'all there', preoccupied with your craving. All in all, not enjoying yourself, and  not being pleasant to be around anyway!

 

Yes, I have been there myself, and I can tell you with absolute certainty that

 

IT DOESN'T HAVE TO BE THAT WAY!!

 

YOU, TOO, CAN BE SMOKE-FREE!

 

Enjoy the benefits of a healthy life style!

  • Breath easy!

  • Smell the roses- really!

  • Smell good to others!

  • Enjoy fresher breath!

  • Kiss clean!

  • Have more energy!

  • Be more active!

  • Have more money!

  • Live longer!

  • Have cleaner teeth!

  • Really taste your food!

  • Take pride in yourself!

  • Concentrate better!

  • Have a healthy heart and lungs!

  • Enjoy the praise and respect of friends and loved ones!

 

HYPNOTHERAPY SUCCESS RATES

No one can guarantee you will stop smoking after one session. But here are some results that were statistically generated in a controlled study. It shows single session hypnosis increased a smoker's success chance by 1000% from 6% to 60%.

 

COMPARATIVE SUCCESS RATES

 

60%- Single session hypnosis

24%- Acupuncture

10%- Nicotine Replacement Therapy

6%-  Willpower alone

- New Scientist, vol. 136, issue 1845, Oct 31, 1992.

 

Most clients do better than 60% success with multiple session one-on-one hypnotherapy.

 

Research on the effectiveness of hypnosis for quitting smoking

To find the most effective method to stop smoking Frank Schmidt and research student Chockalingham Viswesvaran from the university of Iowa used a meta-analysis, utilizing the results of more than 600 studies totaling nearly 72,000 people.
The results, which were published in the Journal of Applied Psychology and included 48 studies of hypnosis covering 6000 smokers, clearly showed that hypnosis, to use the same terminology as the quit counselor, was three times more effective than NRT [Nicotene Replacement Therapy].

- Elliot Wald, Tami J Eggelston PhD & Fredrick Gibbson PhD, "Cognitive reactions to smoking relapse", New Scientist, vol 136, pp6. Posted from Josephine Teague, Research Director for The National Council for Hypnotherapy, on 07/09/2002

 

Alzheimer patients have no withdrawal symptoms

"Alzheimer patients wake up every day of the year and “forget” that they smoked for 40 years. They do not have withdrawal symptoms. In addition, thousands of people quit smoking in this country alone every day. Their bodies do not malfunction. I've never had a smoker tell me they wake up just to smoke. Usually, they wake up to go the bathroom or for another reason and they smoke when they are up."

- Naomi O'Keefe Ph.D., CHT, Licensed Clinical Psychologist and Clinical Hypnotherapist
Taken From Clinical Hypnotherapy Doctorate Lecture 05/2004

 

 

It is never too late to quit for good. Start your self on the road to a smoke free life today!

Contact me to schedule a consultation:

 

 

Call: (360) 920-7047

Email: aspenhypno@yahoo.com

 

Kipp D. Trembley, M.A., MATP, C.Ht., LMHC

 

Serving King, Kitsap, Pierce, Puget Sound

PO Box: 2831

Poulsbo WA, 98370

 

 

 

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