Liberty Voice, a news website in the UK, reports that there are there are studies from Washington University in St. Louis that indicate that someone who stop smoking will experience an improvement in mental health. Participants in the study were less likely to have mood disorders and addiction problems if they had stopped smoking in the previous three years.
Many doctors will allow psychiatric patients to smoke thinking that it will help the patient feel better. They also believe that patient to stop smoking will be more difficult to treat. It turns out, the doctors beliefs are inaccurate.
One of the concerns raised in the article in Liberty Voice is about withdrawal symptoms for those who stop smoking. Some of those symptoms have been known to include nausea, headaches, anxiety, increased eating, and increased difficulty in concentrating.
As a hypnotherapist I know that none of those withdrawal symptoms are necessary. Using hypnosis to stop smoking and prevent any of those withdrawal symptoms from occurring in the first place.
Call 770-310-5518 now to find out how you or a loved one can stop smoking without any withdrawal symptoms or weight gain.
Wesley Anderson, Doctor of Clinical Hypnotherapy
Atlanta’s Stop Smoking Hypnosis Expert
Smoking: Quitting Linked to Improved Mental Health, By Kollin Lore