I came to see you on 3rd January 2019 regarding smoking and anxiety and I wanted to share an update with you.
I haven't smoked since that day which is in itself amazing, after being a serial smoker for twenty years the urge has just disappeared.
I am now on Day 12 and can't believe how positive I feel, not sure if it's something that was in the cigarettes or what you have done, I am more focused, I have no anxiety which I can't explain.
How Hypnotherapy isn't allowed on the N.H.S. is beyond me, stuff patches, willpower and tablets, just subconsciously speak to each person and they will stop smoking.
Chris what you have done is no mean feat, any chance you could make me successful subconsciously?
Thank you again, kind regards Oliver."
What this proves - yet again - is that although the N.H.S. is a wonderful institution and a marvellous provider of all kinds of excellent healthcare, when it comes to the treatment of both smoking and anxiety, they are not the experts. Hypnotherapists are.
Oliver's success is not an unusual outcome, it's what usually happens. How many people are wasting their time with patches, gum, Champix, and humiliating return visits to the Smoking Clinic, just to be told what they already know? How many millions of people are on anti-anxiety drugs, or antidepressants? Do you know I could cure most of those people? Most of them in just one session using hypnosis? Think of the savings for the NHS!
Think of the lost profits for the big drug companies as hypnotherapists turn their regular customers in to healthy, happy people who don't need drugs. That's why it's not happened so far, but change is coming. Hypnotherapy is already on offer at Stockport's Stepping Hill Hospital for Natural Childbirth, and has been provided elsewhere (Wythenshawe Hospital) for many years for the treatment of IBS. But no-one has to wait until the N.H.S. embraces hypnotherapy the way it should, because you can just call me on 0161 474 8120 (office hours) or call/text any time, any day on 07748 838 644.
Consultant Hypnotherapist Chris Holmes is Director of Central Hypnotherapy and has been helping the people of Stockport, Cheshire, Manchester and Tameside U.K. to quit smoking and/or be less anxious since August 2000.