Many people have either tried one or all of these methods to quit smoking before they contact us, or know others that have. The success rates vary, and in comparison to hypnotherapy and NLP are extremely low. With hypnotherapy and NLP there are no drugs, no side effects and no cravings. Read about the side effects or alarming health concerns of these methods.
NRT (Patches, Gum, Inhalers, Champix etc): Nicotine replacement therapy has been proven by independent scientific studies to produce success rates of 10% to 20%. That’s a failure rate of 80 to 90%. Not only is it quite rare for someone to stop smoking using these methods, but there can be many negative side effects, such as nausea and indigestion, itching, redness of the skin, nightmares or occasionally much more serious. So with these methods the chance of success is low, and a bigger chance of physical harm. Our ways are completely safe, and they WORK… which is why we can and do offer a lifetime guarantee of back up support.
Zyban: National Health Service reports have shown that Zyban can be ineffective unless combined with other psychological or group type treatment-for example, hypnosis or a support group. People have actually died as a side effect from this drug. The pharmaceutical company warn people that 1 in 1000 will suffer convulsions that could lead to death. A risk that you want to ensure doesn’t happen to you. Our method is completely safe, and it WORKS…which is why we can and do offer a lifetime guarantee of support.
E-Cigarettes: The Australian Government is concerned about the use of electronic cigarettes in Australia. The impact of wide scale use of these devices on tobacco use is not known, and the outcome in the community could be harmful. Electronic cigarettes have not been evaluated for quality, safety or performance by the TGA. No assessment of electronic cigarettes has been undertaken and, therefore, the quality and safety of electronic cigarettes is not known. Electronic cigarettes containing substances other than nicotine have not been assessed for safety.