Quit Smoking With Hypnosis
Quit Smoking in Philadelphia with Hypnotherapy from Dr. Thomas J. Stern
To help ensure improved oral and overall health, our Queen Village practice offers hypnosis for smoking cessation. The use of any tobacco product is harmful to your body and your smile.
Using Hypnosis to Quit Smoking
The first step is an in-depth consultation, at which time Dr. Stern will gather all the necessary details about your habit and listen carefully to your concerns and goals. He then explains all aspects of treatment with hypnosis and what you can expect from the process.
Dr. Stern also provides you with support options to help you remain successful in the quest to permanently end your tobacco addiction.
It is important that you are completely comfortable with the concept of evidence-based hypnosis and not fearful that you will lose any level of control.
When your session begins, you will be guided into a deep state of physical and mental relaxation where you will be calm and serene but still alert and fully aware of everything going on around you.
Suggestions that are tailored to your specific situation are then relayed from Dr. Stern to your subconscious mind. These suggestions will become engrained in your subconscious as the old programming, which kept you stuck in the addiction, is removed.
The replacement of negative patterns with new tools and coping mechanisms helps you achieve the success you seek.
When you emerge from hypnosis, you will be filled with a new sense of commitment to your overall well-being and a positive attitude.
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These suggestions will persist in your subconscious but may need to be reinforced. This is where the support options provided by Dr. Stern are helpful. Our entire team considers patients to be like family and do our best to contribute to your ideal health in any way we can.
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