Save 3,000 Per Year If You Live in Ireland by Becoming a Non-Smoker

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If you smoke 20 cigarettes a day and you live in Ireland, EUR3,000 is how much you would save by giving them up…….per year. That’s a huge sum of money! That would pay for an average family holiday every year. And you aren’t even classified as a heavy smoker. The figures are even more frightening if you smoke 30 or 40 a day.

So how can you give up? Whenever this subject is raised, you can see people thinking “Oh God, that’ll be really difficult” or “I’d love to give them up but I just can’t”. Some people turn to nicotine replacement gums or inhalers or patches, but all they are doing is replacing one addiction with another. I personally know of someone who gave up cigarettes four years ago and is still addicted to her nicotine chewing gum.

Well, here’s the good news – becoming a non-smoker can be easy and effortless. Many thousands of people, including myself, have stopped smoking with the aid of hypnosis. I used to smoke 50 cigarettes each and every day. I’m glad I gave them up eight years ago because if I was smoking that many a day now, it would be costing me around EUR7,500 per year – incredible money if you sit back and think about what you could do with it.

I now run a hypnotherapy clinic in Cork (Republic of Ireland). And I specialise in helping people to stop smoking. I believe that I am very well placed to specialise in this area because I used to be such a heavy smoker myself and I have experienced just how easy it is to give them up with hypnosis.

All you have to do is come along to see me for a session that will last approximately an hour and a half. During this session, in hypnosis, you will be given powerful suggestions for change. Also, we’ll record a self-hypnosis CD for you live during this session. This is like the medicine your doctor gives you when you’re feeling ill. The success of this ‘medicine’ depends on you using this self-hypnotic CD once a day for a minimum of thirty days. That’s all there is to it.

In return, you should experience no cravings or withdrawal symptoms, and find the transition from smoker to non-smoker easy and effortless.

Source by Paul J Hunter

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