Quit Your Smoking Addiction With Thought Field Therapy

Over the past several years, it’s becoming more and more established that smoking is a major health concern. Scientific studies continue to poor out showing the negative consequences of smoking cigarettes. We know that if someone is a smoker they are more likely to develop lung cancer, emphysema, and will have a shorter life span than those who do not smoke. Now that the problems associated with smoking is common knowledge there are a lot of people who want to quit. Along with that comes a whole host of products designed to help you quit. You have gum, patches, and even pharmaceutical drugs to try to help you end the addiction. If you’re like many other people reading this article who have tried to quit you know that many of these products are ineffective, either initially or over the long term. They may bring the desired results in the beginning, but after a period of time those benefits fade away or other side effects arise making the product to help you quit useless.

If you’re one of those persons who have given up on trying to quit, you are reading the right article at the right time. There are techniques and therapies that make quitting smoking relatively quick and painless and with no negative side effects.

Psychologist Dr. Roger Callahan has developed a therapy for physiological and emotional issues called Thought Field Therapy. This therapy resembles acupuncture but uses a tapping of the fingers in place of the tiny needles used in acupuncture. This therapy has a high success rate with any type of addiction and specifically with helping people to quit smoking.

To give you a quick understanding of how it works. Just like you have a skeletal system of all of your bones and a circulatory system that your blood flows through, you have an energy system of meridians that flow through your body and are associated with different regions of the body. Against the perception of most, emotions and psychological issues are not stored in the brain but rather they are stored in the body. The emotions associated with the addiction of smoking are stored in corresponding areas of the body. During a Thought Field Therapy session, we go in and remove the blockage in the meridian that is holding the emotions which cause the urge, addiction, and anxiety to smoke.

There is a major connection between any type of addiction and anxiety. Many times the connection is out of your conscious awareness but you are doing the addiction to mask and cope with anxiety. So along with treating the addiction we will reduce and in most cases eliminate the anxiety that causes you to reach for the cigarette.

Don’t worry that you’ll have to fight the strong and overwhelming cravings either. Thought Field Therapy treatments actually reduces and eliminates that urge to smoke so you don’t have to have strong will power in order to conquer this addiction in your life.

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