Smoking Hypnosis Melbourne

Smoking Hypnosis Melbourne


Quit Smoking Hypnotherapy Melbourne

For over 20 years Hypnotherapist, Klaus Ruhl, has been successfully treating smoking addiction using clinical Hypnotherapy in Melbourne. If you are looking for smoking hypnosis in Melbourne you have come to the right place.

Smoking Hypnosis Melbourne

Why Quit Smoking with Best Hypnotherapist in Melbourne?

* An average smoker spends about $4,000 per year on cigarettes

* Half of these smokers will be killed by their addiction

* Hypnotherapy is a safe, drug free approach to quitting

* My Hypnotherapy to Stop Smoking program has a proven high success rate for over 20 years

* I utilize advanced Hypnosis and Hypnotherapy techniques to provide you with the best possible outcome in the shortest possible time frame


How many Stop Smoking Hypnosis sessions are needed?

In my experience around 80% of clients need only a single session to quit smoking permanently.

You could be one hour away from being a Non-Smoker!


How much does Smoking Hypnosis cost?

Your investment is just $330 per session.

PS: You probably spend more on cigarettes in a single fortnight!


Smoking Hypnosis Melbourne Clinic

Natural Stress Therapy
Suite 34, 12 Collins St
Melbourne, Victoria 3000

Tel: 9650-6520

Get started Now!

Contact me to book your Quit Smoking Hypnotherapy session
at my conveniently located Melbourne clinic.

Hypnosis for Quitting Smoking – WEBMD

Quitting smoking can be a real challenge. But it’s one of the best things you can do for your health. Smoking is a dangerous, even deadly habit. It’s a leading cause of cancer. It also increases your risk for heart attacks, strokes, lung disease, and other health problems, including bone fractures and cataracts.

If nicotine lozenges, patches, chewing gum, counseling, and other smoking cessation methods haven’t helped you kick the habit, don’t give up. Ask your doctor if hypnosis is an option for you. Some studies have shown that hypnosis may help certain people quit smoking.

What Is Hypnosis?

Hypnosis is defined as an altered state of awareness in which you appear to be asleep or in a trance. Clinical hypnosis may be used to treat certain physical or psychological problems. For instance, it is frequently used to help patients control pain. It is also used in a wide range of other conditions such as weight issues, speech disorders, and addiction problems.

There is debate about how hypnosis works. Some people believe that when you are hypnotized, you relax and concentrate more, and are more willing to listen to suggestions — such as giving up smoking, for example.

Even though you appear to be in a trance during hypnosis, you are not unconscious. You are still aware of your surroundings, and — despite what many stage performers may claim during an entertaining show — you cannot be made do to anything against your will. In fact, brain tests performed on patients during hypnotism sessions have shown a high level of neurological activity.

Smoking Hypnotherapy Research

Barkley RA. Hastings JE. Jackson TL. The effects of rapid smoking and hypnosis in the treatment of smoking behavior. International Journal of Clinical & Experimental Hypnosis 1977;25(1):7-17

Hughes JA. Sanders LD. Dunne JA. Tarpey J. Vickers MD. Reducing smoking. The effect of suggestion during general anaesthesia on postoperative smoking habits. Anaesthesia. 1994;49(2):126-8

Hyman GJ. Stanley RO. Burrows GD. Horne DJ. Treatment effectiveness of hypnosis and behaviour therapy in smoking cessation: a methodological refinement. Addictive Behaviors 1986;11(4):355-65

Javel AF. One-session hypnotherapy for smoking: a controlled study. Psychological Reports 1980;46(3 Pt 1):895-9

Jeffrey LK. Jeffrey TB. Exclusion therapy in smoking cessation: a brief communication. International Journal of Clinical & Experimental Hypnosis 1988;36(2):70-4

Kaufert JM. Rabkin SW. Syrotuik J. Boyko E. Shane F. Health beliefs as predictors of success of alternate modalities of smoking cessation: results of a controlled trial. Journal of Behavioral Medicine 1986;9(5):475-89

Lambe R. Osier C. Franks P. A randomized controlled trial of hypnotherapy for smoking cessation. Journal of Family Practice 1986;22(1):61-5

Myles PS. Cessation of smoking following tape suggestion under anaesthesia. Anaesthesia & Intensive Care 1992;20(4):540-1

Myles PS. Hendrata M. Layher Y. Williams NJ. Hall JL. Moloney JT. Powell J. Double-blind, randomized trial of cessation of smoking after audiotape suggestion during anaesthesia. British Journal of Anaesthesia. 1996;76(5):694-8

Rabkin SW. Boyko E. Shane F. Kaufert J. A randomized trial comparing smoking cessation programs utilizing behaviour modification, health education or hypnosis. Addictive Behaviors 1984;9(2):157-73



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