Stop Smoking Now!

Matt Damon quit smoking using hypnosis after filming ‘The Ocean’s Twelve’. He said afterwards: “It’s amazing I didn’t even want cigarettes any more” and told America on Jay Leno’s show “I should have done it years ago, using hypnosis was one of the greatest decisions of my life!”

Drew Barrymore managed to kick a two to three pack a day habit that she’d had since her teens with the help of hypnosis, and so did Kevin Stone, Bill Joel, Brittany Spears and many others.

Ellen DeGeneres spoke on her TV show about how she quit smoking with hypnosis. Ellen was so grateful that she told Paul McKenna: “You’ve helped me tremendously and probably saved my life. Quitting definitely changed my life.”

Ten Reasons to Stop Smoking Today!

  1. 12 hours after quitting, the carbon monoxide level in your blood drops to normal.
  2. After 24 hours your lungs begin to clear accumulated mucus and tar. Your blood pressure begins to drop.
  3. After 48 hours your sense of smell and taste begins to improve as nicotine is eliminated from your body.
  4. After 72 hours your bronchial tubes begin to relax, making breathing easier. Lung capacity increases.
  5. After 2-12 weeks circulation improves, making walking and physical activity easier.
  6. After 2 weeks to 3 months your heart attack risk begins to drop and your lung function starts to improve.
  7. One year after quitting, your added risk of coronary heart disease is half that of a smoker’s.
  8. Five years after quitting, your stroke risk is reduced to that of a non-smoker’s.
  9. Ten years after quitting, your lung cancer death rate is about half that of a smoker’s. Your risk of cancers of the mouth, throat, esophagus, bladder, kidney, and pancreas decreases.
  10. Fifteen years after quitting, your risk of coronary heart disease and lung cancer is back to that of someone who has never smoked.

Like you, most smokers who are suffering from low energy, shortness of breath, excessive coughing, health issues, and the financial burden of smoking daily, there is an internal war raging on. You need to get rid of the cigarettes but you also want to relax. Life is busy and stressful at times and you long for a break and a way to get rid of stress, so you have turned to cigarettes.

The cost of this “stress reliever” is your health. This internal battle can end today because with hypnosis you can safely and rapidly stop smoking without cravings, fears or stress. With this method, there are no drugs… no gimmicks… no placebos.

Why do people continue to smoke?

  • The fear of not being able to relax and losing control without a cigarette.
  • The fear of being irritable, angry, moody and generally too stressed.
  • The fear of being haunted by unwanted cravings.
  • The fear of putting on weight.
  • The fear of losing pleasure and social interactions
  • The fear that you need cigarettes to cope with life’s daily pressures and challenges.

All these fears boil down to one over ridding fear: the fear that it is going to be painful and too difficult.

Hypnosis makes it easier to quit the habit of smoking because it shifts your mind into a more relaxed state. Hypnosis helps take away the cravings we fear and the feeling of being deprived of a cigarette fades away very quickly.

Quitting is easy when that happens. Often after just one session of hypnosis, most people will feel more confident and determined that they can and will achieve their goal. Hypnosis opens the door to new levels of self-control.

That is why millions of people have stopped smoking with hypnosis.

Watch Cravings Disappear!

“As a smoker I was troubled about my health. Now, one year after the hypnosis program I am a non-smoker and have no smoking related health concerns.” Kenneth – League City, TX

“I am surprised to see the positive changes in my anxiety levels and panic attacks. I never thought the program could yield these results.” Troy, C Friendswood TX “This is the best cure for smoking. It’s like I never even was a smoker.” Shanon, A

Because every person’s change process is different, the time and duration needed to achieve an individual’s goal may vary as well. Therefore, once a client makes a payment in full of our program there are NO further FEES for sessions regardless of the length of time involved for you to reach your desired outcome.

Deer Park Hypnosis Center will offer free reinforcement sessions at a client’s request if needed (max 1 per month) until the client is satisfied that his or her results are achieved.  All that is required for this “warranty” is that the client completes all that is outlined in their training program.

If by any chance the old habit pop’s back up Deer Park Hypnosis Center Services are available to you at no further charge. 

Call now for your FREE screening. We look forward to hearing from you!

Ex-Marlboro Man dies from smoking-related disease

Published January 26, 2014 Associated Press

Eric Lawson, who portrayed the ruggedly handsome Marlboro man in cigarette ads during the late 1970s, has died.   Of smoking.    He was 72.

Lawson died January 10 at his home in San Luis Obispo of respiratory failure due to chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, or COPD, his wife, Susan Lawson said Sunday.

Lawson was an actor with bit parts on TV shows when he was hired to appear in Marlboro ads from 1978 to 1981.  A smoker since age 14, Lawson later appeared in an anti-smoking commercial that parodied the Marlboro man, and an “Entertainment Tonight” segment to discuss the negative effects of smoking. Susan said her husband was proud of the interview, even though he was still smoking at the time, and continued the habit until he was diagnosed with COPD.

He knew the cigarettes had a hold on him,” she said. “He knew… yet he still couldn’t stop.”

A few other actors and models who pitched Marlboro brand cigarettes have also died of smoking-related diseases. They include David Millar, who died of emphysema in 1987, and David McLean, who died of lung cancer in 1995.

Lawson is survived by six children, 18 grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren – and many other smokers who saw the ad and thought it was cool to smoke.