Sun, Nov 18 2012
WebMD Suggests Medical Methods to Quit Smoking: What About All the Serious Side-Effects Coupled with Much Less Success Than Hypnosis

by Suzanne Kellner-Zinck
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WebMD article indicates that approximately 1 in 4 people are not able to be hypnotized

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By Kathy Lindert

I am a Certified Hypnocounselor who has been practicing since 2005. I have read the commentary on your website article regarding the efficacy of hypnosis for smoking cessation and I disagree with much of what you have said.
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WebMD Article on Hypnosis to Quit Smoking Fails to Tell the Whole Story.

by James Hazlerig, MA, Certified Hypnosis Practitioner

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Hypnosis is a grossly misunderstood topic.
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Stop smoking once and for all with hypnosis


by Robin Hart

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NO withdrawals ~ NO cravings

AFTER ONE SESSION you will no longer want a cigarette.


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The Difference Between Using Hypnosis to Stop Smoking and Stopping the Smoking of Weed (Marijuana)

by Suzanne Kellner-Zinck
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Even though most smokers will say that they are “addicted” to nicotine they misuse the
term “addicted” in this case.

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“Smoke-Free Report Cards. How Does Your State Rate?”




by Mark Barrus

Take a Guess: How Does Your State Rate?


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Nicotine patches and Behavioral modifications


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by Suzanne Kellner-Zinck

I read an article recently that I wanted to comment on.


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Alternative Methods in Conjunction with Traditional

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Jason Linett
“One of the reasons that hypnosis can be very effective is that the process puts emphasis on moving forward in one’s goal of reclaiming their health and their life.


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