Boosting your quit-smoking powerGreg Thompson
Once you have taken the most important step in quitting smoking—making an appointment with a skilled, competent and experienced hypnotist like Greg Thompson in Gold Coast—you are well on your way to ditching the evil herb tobacco.
Hypnosis is absolutely the most powerful tool you can use to stop smoking quickly and permanently, but there are also other things you can do to make the process go more smoothly.
First of all, help Greg help you by taking time, even before you show up for that first hypnotic session, to identify your smoking triggers—the situations, feelings, and the like that are associated with lighting up. Some people, for instance, always have a cigarette after a meal. Some people always light up when they drink a beer. Identify your triggers, make a list, and take that list with you for your first appointment. Greg will be able to make good use of it.
Next, clean house. Get your place spic and span. Get rid of all your ashtrays. You may also have to get new curtains and drapes, especially if you have smoked in the place for a long time because they will stink. After the first week or so of not smoking, go through all your clothes, segregate the one that smells of stale tobacco—and you can be sure that at least some of them will—and toss them, or give them to charity.
Tell all your friends and family that you are quitting smoking, and ask them to check in on whether you are keeping to your resolution. That will provide you will extra motivation.
Get a nice, big wall calendar. Mark your first day without a cigarette, and keep on marking the calendar every day after that, to provide yourself with a visual record that you are succeeding.
Do you have a favourite snack treat? Feed that to yourself at the end of each week without smoking.
Eventually, you will remember that you used to smoke, and wonder what that was all about.