Stop smoking, quit smoking, smoking cessation –
It’s called a variety of things but the idea is the same. For your health and for the health of those around you stopping smoking can be the critical factor.
We’ve found that people smoke because, in their mind, smoking has become tied to something important. Smoking represents freedom to some and rebellion to others. Perhaps it helps you relax or take a break. Others smoke when out with friends and socializing.
Together, we find the reasons you smoke and find better ways to accomplish those things. We’ve found that when these needs are addressed ahead of time, and more healthy and conscious means are found to satisfy them, the desire to smoke drops dramatically.
Exploring “smoking triggers” is another facet of our approach. Do you smoke after you eat, when you’re on the phone, before bed, while you’re driving? Together we will find all the examples of the time you know “it’s time to smoke.” Blowing out those triggers takes smoking out of the “I just found myself with a cigarette in my hand” category and into the category of conscious choice.