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Clem Turner
Margaret Turner

Our Smoking Cessation Plan Really Works and is Unique to Us!

You have probably heard the terms conscious mind and subconscious mind.  The conscious mind is the part of the mind that thinks, learns, reasons, rationalizes things and makes decisions.  Once the conscious mind has received enough information it will pass it onto the subconscious mind.  Think of the subconscious mind as being the automatic part of your mind where everything you have ever learned is stored. 

Just as we learn good habits like walking, speaking a language or driving, we also learn bad habits such as smoking. 

Once you become a smoker on a regular basis the habit goes in your subconscious and eventually you no longer smoke on a conscious level and therefore the conscious mind is no longer in control. Your conscious mind can try as hard as it likes to stop smoking, but the subconscious will just carry on the habit because that's what it's been programmed to do.

By using Hypnotherapy we can talk to the subconscious part of the mind with a view to persuading it to overwrite that outdated, unwanted habit of smoking.  Our methods can not only help you to stop smoking but could also help you to feel mentally calmer, more relaxed, more confident and also more positive in your everyday life. 

Providing you are fully committed to stopping smoking this two hour session could be all you need to save your life.

But we don’t have a magic wand and a hypnotherapist cannot make you do anything your conscious mind doesn’t agree with.  BUT if you genuinely WANT to stop smoking and are committed to that decision then our Smoking Freedom Programme can work well for you.

Our treatment programme is two hours long and incorporates the most up to date techniques available to help you stop smoking permanently.

During the session we also teach you some Mind Tools to help you demolish any possible cigarette cravings after the session.  These can also help you to reduce your stress levels and feel calmer.  The techniques we teach you will help to create a focus on what you want to change and help to turn negative thoughts into positive ones.

**SPECIAL OFFER FOR May and June 2016**

If you book and attend a smoking cessation appointment during October you will only pay £100 – the normal price is £130.  Ring us today for more information or to book an appointment.

01623 556234

Or e-mail me on:   mags@clemturner.co.uk 

Accredited Practitioner of Central Register of Stop Smoking Therapists (CRSST)

A recent testimonial from a couple who stopped smoking with us:

Well its been four weeks today and we are happy to say that we are doing really good, since our session with you we have not touched a cigarette.  My partner found it a lot easier than me, he didn't seem to have as many cravings as I did.  But with your help and the information provided I managed to keep focused..  So on that note we are both very grateful to you and look forward to a healthier life....HD

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  1. Smoking is already affecting your health in many ways and you may not be fully aware of them all. Since the day you started, smoking has been interfering with your immune system, making you more vulnerable to illness caused by viruses or other infections. It has also been suppressing your body’s wound healing processes and interfering with your brain and nervous system making you more susceptible to stress, anxiety and depression.

  2. Since the day you started, smoking has been filling your lungs with invisible, odourless, tasteless, carbon monoxide gas, draining your energy levels by preventing your blood from taking up oxygen.

  3. Current research shows that the average smoker will die TEN YEARS prematurely on average; some researchers put this figure even higher. The last few decades of life can be particularly miserable for smokers who then begin to suffer the more serious effects of their habit.

  4. The total lifetime cost of smoking is, on average £140,000 not accounting for interest/inflation and other increases in cost.

  5. Most of the cost of a packet of cigarettes goes to the Government.

  6. Smoking makes your breath stink and your teeth decay and smokers tend to underestimate the strength of the smell of tar and bacteria in their breath and the odour of tar on their clothes.

  7. Smoking causes wrinkling of the skin, especially around the eyes and mouth. However, having a leg amputated or a breast removed is probably more of a cosmetic concern that skin-wrinkling or bad breath.

  8. Smoking changes the waist to hip ratio or fat distribution in women so that they are more likely to develop a male paunch.

  9. Children of smokers are three times more likely to smoke themselves. Alternatively, they may use their parents’ smoking as justification for smoking cannabis or taking other drugs.

  10. Most smokers use cigarettes to calm their nerves, but cigarettes are powerful stimulants, they do the complete opposite and smokers might as well be injecting adrenaline to relax and cope with stress. Smoking just makes you more and more stressed the more you smoke. You might as well bang your head on a wall to get rid of a headache.

    You owe it to yourself and your family to quit smoking once and for all – contact us for further information on 01623 556234 or e-mail me at




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