Hypnosis

Quit Smoking Hypnotherapy In Perth

Hypnosis for Smoking

Individuals who seek hypnosis to help them to give up smoking typically have a high level of motivation and have very good reasons for choosing to quit.

They have generally been smoking for a number of years and have often tried a range of other techniques to stop smoking but found the habit very difficult to break. Concerns about fitness and health are typically important, as are a recognition of the increasing social restrcitions on smokers.

The  habit of smoking serves many different purposes. It may help to cope with nervousness, anxiety or anger, be a social aid, or be used to give oneself an excuse to take a break.

Preparing for a baby motivates many women and their partners to give up smoking. Often the desire to be a better role model for their children can be a motivating factor.

Hypnosis is used to:

  • Strengthen motivation
  • Provide healthier ways of meeting the needs previously satisfied by having a cigarette
  • Reduce the risk of re-lapse
  • Reinforce alternative ways of dealing with stressful situations
  • Eliminate and /or reduce  withdrawal symptoms

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Childbirth Hypnosis

Hypnosis is an altered state of consciousness. The value of hypnotic techniques for assisting with labour and childbirth is well established by clinical experience and research data.

The way in which hypnosis is used depends on the individual needs, experience, responsiveness and motivation of each individual.

The aim of using hypnosis is to increase coping skills in order to reduce the need for medical interventions and to increase satisfaction with the birth experience.

For many women, hypnosis has been found to be associated with a decrease in the length of labour, analgesic requirement, anxiety and less risk of post natal depression.

Morning Sickness

Hypnosis can be helpful in assisitng women to manage symptoms of nausea and vomiting associated with pregnancy.

Pregnancy and Smoking

There is very good evidence that smoking during pregnancy and whilst breast feeding places a baby at increased risk of experiencing a range of health, developmental and behavioural problems.

Hypnotic skills learned during the quit smoking program can be utilised later to prepare for childbirth. There is evidenec that Hypnosis prior to labour both increases birth satisfaction and significantly reduces the incidents of post natal depression.