Quit Smoking!
Ways to Quit Smoking

Quit Smoking and March throughout the year a healthier and richer person

Would you like to save money every month, have fresher breath, be able to exercise without feeling out of breath and shift that nasty cough of yours once and for all? Well it’s simple, quit smoking and you can quickly achieve all of the above and in the long term benefit from a lot more too.

National Non Smoking Day took place on Wednesday 8​th ​March 2017 and its aim this year just as it has been since it launched on Ash Wednesday in 1983, was to help as many people as possible to give up smoking and to lead a longer and healthier lifestyle.

As soon as you stop smoking you will see the benefits. Quick wins such as saving money, having more energy, a stronger immune system, fresher breath and healthier skin can be achieved in just a few short weeks and it can also help you feel less stressed and improve your sex life.

By continuing to smoke you are at serious risk of developing life threatening illnesses and painful conditions such as:-

  • Heart disease Strokes
  • Lung cancer
  • Chronic bronchitis
  • Emphysema
  • Osteoporosis
  • Cataracts

It’s not too late to stop smoking

It’s never too late to quit smoking and prolong your life! Do you it for you and your loved ones as smoking not only affects you but can have an awful effect on family members too especially if you are smoking around them. Secondhand in the home, car and other people’s company can be just as harmful to nonsmokers.


If you have tried to stop before and your methods haven’t worked then why not try Quit Smoking Hypnotherapy. Hypnotherapy is a treatment practiced to help improve a person’s thoughts or behaviours around a specific problem and is an option many people are choosing today to help them quit smoking and according to research from the Directory of Hypnotherapy they are enjoying a great deal of success compared to other methods. Studies have also shown that hypnosis alone may help certain people quit smoking however others may need to combine the treatment with NRT.

At the Norfolk Clinic, our hypnotherapist and counsellor is Angie Giles – If you’d like to know more about hypnotherapy in Norwich, please take a look at Angie’s website:


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