Hypnotherapy Program Article on Smoking and Hypnosis

Hypnosis can help the subconscious mind find inner healing for the body.  It can re channel brain pathways to help the brain suppress bad behaviors.  It can help the intuitive right side of the brain find peace and affect the left side of the brain to make better decisions. It is through this rewiring and the plasticity of the brain that the body can eliminate bad habits.  One example is smoking.

Hypnosis can help the brain rewire itself against smoking addiction. Please also review AIHCP’s Hypnotherapy Program


The article, “Can Hypnosis Get Me to Quit Smoking?” from Healthline looks at what hypnosis is and how it can better retrain the mind and brain to deal with bad habits.  The article states,

“It’s no wonder why so many people want to quit smoking. A 2019 research review Trusted Source showed that it’s the top cause of preventable illness and death in the world. Stopping can improve your health, but for many people, quitting is a huge challenge. There are many methods and products for quitting smoking. One that gets a fair amount of attention is hypnosis. Some people credit hypnosis with helping them quit”

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Addiction and bad habits can be difficult to beat.  Using hypnosis and imagery in a meditative stance can help one find solutions and new ways of processing cravings and reactions to those cravings.  Hypnosis helps one find that state.

Please also review AIHCP’s Hypnotherapy Program as well as AIHCP’s Substance Abuse Counseling Programs.  The programs are online and independent study and open to qualified professionals seeking four year certifications in Hypnotherapy or Addiction Counseling Training.