Everything You Need To Give Outstanding Smoking Cessation Sessions In One Place
2 to 3 February 2021, 10am to 3pm EST
I'm doing 3-hour non-smoking sessions for more than 15 years. I do them with individuals and with groups in my practice, in hospitals, and a bank. 90% of the smokers are nonsmokers after only 3 hours.
Can you do that as well?
Yes, it’s possible if you are following my script. You will get everything you need to give outstanding smoking cessation sessions in one place. Whether you're a beginner or have years of experience under your belt, this course will set you up as the go-to specialist in your area. Your clients will realize that you care. It’s not just a job and money you will earn. (By the way: Two of the nonsmoker clients pay more than you pay for this training.) You will earn their respect and love because you help them to get rid of an unhealthy habit.
Smoking is a harmful habit that can lead to severe health complications and death. When a person quits smoking, the body will start to naturally heal and regain the vitality of a non-smoker over time.
What is in for your client when he/she stops smoking:
The benefits are almost instant. As soon as a person stops smoking, their body begins to recover in the following ways:
After 1 hour
As little as 20 minutes after the last cigarette is smoked, the heart rate drops and returns to normal. Blood pressure to drop and circulation may start to improve.
After 12 hours
After just 12 hours without a cigarette, the body cleanses itself from the cigarettes' excess carbon monoxide. The carbon monoxide level returns to normal, increasing the body's oxygen levels.
After 1 day
Just 1 day after quitting smoking, the risk of heart attack decrease.
Smoking raises the risk of developing coronary heart disease by lowering good cholesterol, making the heart-healthy exercise harder to do. Smoking also raises blood pressure and increases blood clots, increasing the risk of stroke.
As little as 1 day after quitting smoking, a person's blood pressure begins to drop, decreasing the risk of heart disease from smoking-induced high blood pressure. A person's oxygen levels will have risen in this short time, making physical activity and exercise easier to do, promoting heart-healthy habits.
After 2 days
Smoking damages the nerve endings responsible for the senses of smell and taste. In as little as 2 days after quitting, a person may notice a heightened sense of smell and more vivid tastes as these nerves heal.
After 1 month
In as little as 1 month, a person's lung function begins to improve. As the lungs heal and lung capacity improves, former smokers may notice less coughing and shortness of breath. Athletic endurance increases, and former smokers may notice a renewed ability for cardiovascular activities, such as running and jumping.
After 1-3 months
For the next several months after quitting, circulation continues to improve.
After 9 months
Nine months after quitting, the lungs have significantly healed themselves. The delicate, hair-like structures inside the lungs known as cilia have recovered from the toll cigarette smoke took on them. These structures help push mucus out of the lungs and help fight infections.
After 1 year
One year after quitting smoking, a person's risk for coronary heart disease decreases by half. This risk will continue to drop past the 1-year mark.
After 5 years
After 5 years without smoking, the body has healed itself enough for the arteries and blood vessels to begin to widen again. This widening means the blood is less likely to clot, lowering the risk of stroke.
The stroke risk will continue to reduce over the next 10 years as the body heals more and more.
After 10 years
After 10 years, a person's chances of developing lung cancer and dying from it are roughly cut in half compared with someone who continues to smoke. The likelihood of developing mouth, throat, or pancreatic cancer has significantly reduced.
After 15 years
After 15 years of quitting smoking, the likelihood of developing coronary heart disease is equivalent to a non-smoker. Similarly, the risk of developing pancreatic cancer has reduced to the same level as a non-smoker.
After 20 years
After 20 years, the risk of death from smoking-related causes, including both lung disease and cancer, drops to the level of a person who has never smoked in their life. Also, the risk of developing pancreatic cancer has reduced to that of someone who has never smoked. see: https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/
You will learn:
You will definitely learn everything you need to be a successful specialist master hypnotist. Don't worry when you do not have so much or any experience with hypnosis. After these two days, you can handle every situation with a non-smoker client.
You will get a manual with more than 40 pages where you can read step by step what do to.
We will stay in contact. I live in Germany, but you can call with WhatsApp to ask questions whenever you like. I will be there for you.