Atlanta Man Got the Buzz Without the Cigarette, So He Stopped Smoking
He got a buzz when he smoked and drank coffee or beer. Hypnotherapist Wesley Anderson, DCH gave him a surprising way of getting the buzz without drugs.
Hypnosis Eliminated Alice’s Smoking Withdrawal Symptoms Over the Phone
After her hypnosis session, Alice stopped smoking. But, she was grumpy and craving a cigarette. That all stopped during a phone conversation with her hypnotherapist, Wesley Anderson, DCH, in which he used conversational hypnosis to communicate what her unconscious mind needed to know to eliminate the withdrawal symptoms.
Hypnosis Crushes Smoker’s Boredom
Atlanta hypnotherapist Wesley Anderson had a revelation about the relationship between boredom and smoking. Now, he helps smokers stop more quickly.
Fred Used Hypnosis in an Unusual Way to Quit Smoking
“Fred” had to be in control. No one told him what to do. And, he demonstrated his control by going into hypnosis and quitting smoking in his own way. This is a good example of the client being in control while in the hypnotic state. The hypnotherapist’s biggest challenge was in remaining silent while “Fred” hypnotized himself into stopping smoking.
Atlanta Hypnosis – Joe’s Need for a Vice Would Not Let Him Quit Smoking
It wasn’t nicotine addiction that stopped Atlanta business owner Joe from quitting smoking. His story illustrates the real reason that most smokers have a hard time quitting: mental attachments to the habit.
Lydia Deserved to be Happy Because She Stopped Smoking
Lydia was so happy that she had stopped smoking, she felt compelled to start smoking again. It just was not about the nicotine. Most of the time it is mental attachments that keep people smoking long. It only took a little hypnosis to help Lydia become a nonsmoker and stay that way.
Atlanta Hypnosis – It’s NOT about the Nicotine: Helen’s Husband Repellant
Atlanta restaurant manager Helen
used her smoking for many reasons that had nothing to do with any
chemical addiction, like controlling her husband. Hypnotherapy may be
the only method that emphasizes how much smoking creates compelling
psychological mechanisms that have nothing to do with nicotine.