It Is Never Too Late to Quit Smoking

According to the Health and Social Care Information Centre, 19% of adults in Great Britain smoked in 2014 with the average daily consumption per adult being 11 cigarettes. During the same year it was also estimated that up to 78,000 deaths could be attributed to smoking-related complications. The harrowing side effects of smoking have been known…

Stop Smoking Hypnosis Success For Asda ‘Good Living’ Blogger

For Stoptober 2016, Asda Good Living sent a blogger to our clinic to put our Stop Smoking Hypnotherapy treatment to an independent test. We are thrilled to announce that the lady in question successfully quit smoking in just a single session of Advanced Hypnosis You can read the week-by-week account of her positive experience below, which we hope…

How Smoking Causes Cancer – The Science Behind The Risk

It is common knowledge that smoking cigarettes can greatly increase your risk of developing multiple types of cancer and other diseases. New research has revealed how the chemicals inside the cigarettes you smoke are damaging your organs, even in parts of your body that do not come into direct contact with the inhaled smoke. The…

Officials Warn That Smokers Could Be Denied Routine Surgery… Is It Time To Quit?

In an effort to reduce costs and balance the books, hospitals may be introducing limits on certain non-essential surgeries, as demand for services puts them under pressure. One group of people who may be denied routine surgery is those who smoke. ‘Why?’ you might ask. Well, there is a specific reason for why smoking in…

Celebrity Client & West End Star Matt Cardle Talks Stop Smoking Hypnosis Success On ITV

It was great to see a previous client of our clinic, West End Star and 2010 X-factor winner Matt Cardle, talking on ITV1’s ‘Lorraine’ show about his success at stopping smoking after receiving hypnotherapy. Matt gives a excellent explanation of his experience of becoming a healthy non-smoker by using the power of the mind and how any thought about lighting up a cigarette is now “gone as…