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Weight Loss Hypnotherapy in Leeds- The Myth of Fat and Fit

Weight Loss Hypnotherapy in Leeds

Weight Loss Hypnotherapy LeedsThe Myth of Fat and Fit

Among services offered by Leeds Hypnotherapy Clinic are weight loss hypnotherapy programmes that help people who need to shed fat reach their healthy target.
While shapes and sizes vary among clients who come to see us, so too do initial expectations. But we treat everyone equally – we are not judgemental and simply explain what weight a client needs to lose. Some clients are shocked by the fat they have to shed, particularly those who consider themselves fit. Such clients are often, but not exclusively, younger men who prefer to think of their bulk as being mostly muscle. While muscle mass does vary between individuals, fat is still fat and to be healthy most people should aim for a balanced height to weight ratio – this means their body mass index (BMI) should not exceed 25 – and anything above 30 is classed as obese.
(There are a few exceptions when these figures do not apply – notably pregnant women). For the vast majority of people, though, being overweight, or obese, equates to carrying about too much fat. And there is no such thing as being fat but fit.
And this certitude has been confirmed by new research led by Imperial College London and University of Cambridge.
The researchers examined data from the European Prospective Investigation into Cancer and Nutrition study of half a million people.

Healthy and Unhealthy Metabolic Markers

Participants’ BMI was examined alongside metabolic markers (e.g. blood pressure, cholesterol and sugar levels, etc) to determine who was classed “healthy” or classed “unhealthy.”
Findings showed that being “healthy” but overweight or obese still increased the likelihood of contracting coronary heart disease.
The increased risk was 26% among overweight “healthy” individuals and 28% among those ranked obese, said the study, published in the European Heart Journal.”
Dr Ionna Tzoullaki of Imperial’s School of Public Health is quoted as saying: “I think there is no longer this concept of healthy obese.”
The study’s lead author, Dr Camille Lassale, said: “If a patient is overweight or obese, all efforts should be made to help them get back to a healthy weight.”
Much as people might accept the veracity of all this, the fact remains that many people find the prospect of achieving their ideal weight a daunting task.
At Leeds Hypnotherapy Clinic we address this issue, starting with the simple premise that the only way to lose weight is to consume fewer calories than you burn off – which means eat less.
Simple as this rule is, the practice can appear more complicated. But with the treatment we provide – cognitive behavioural therapy reinforced by clinical hypnosis, losing weight can be fun – achieving your ideal weight can be a doddle. More information and details of how to lose weight with Leeds Hypnotherapy Clinic can be found on this website. You can also download for free a guide to losing excess fat with ease, written by me, Daniel McDermid. The guide explains how to attain and maintain your ideal weight.

Calories and the Food Industry

The food industry has been in the news again with health officials insisting more needs to be done to make people eat less or more accurately to consume fewer calories on a daily basis.
New proposals could see the size of portions sold by manufacturers reduced, or ingredients going into many recipes changed.
The targets are expected to be decided by Public Health England within the next 12 months.
I was asked this week whether I thought this was a good idea or just further evidence of interference by the state.
Well, of course, anything that helps benefit people’s health is to be applauded. One of the main problems with processed foods is that too many people are unaware of exactly what they are eating and that includes the number of calories they are consuming.
So no – the food industry should not be allowed to abuse people’s ignorance and health for the sake of maximising profits.
Ultimately, though, the aim should be to educate everyone to recognise the importance of caring for their own health.
One of the lynchpins of successful treatment at Leeds Hypnotherapy Clinic is for clients to understand the importance of responsibility and to take responsibility for themselves.
Accepting responsibility is a vital factor in addressing all issues and resolving a variety of conditions, including obesity. Taking responsibility might at first seem daunting or a burden. But Leeds Hypnotherapy Clinic, using cognitive behavioural therapy reinforced by clinical hypnosis, is able to support and strengthen the resolve of individuals who decide they want to change their lifestyles. They soon realise that losing weight can be fun and eating healthily is easy too. It is all about changing perspectives and being aware. Support from the food industry is to be welcomed too – but ultimately all individuals need to take control of their own lives. And here at Leeds Hypnotherapy Clinic we know that everyone is capable of that. The Leeds Hypnotherapy Clinic guide Man Up Lose Weight, is available to download free from our website.

 

Leeds Hypnotherapist says ‘Cut The Calories and Slow Down Ageing’

Leeds Hypnotherapist says ‘Cut The Calories and Slow Down Ageing’

Leeds Hypnotherapist states ‘Here at Leeds Hypnotherapy Clinic we’re always alert to new reports and debate that might be of relevance to the wellbeing of our clients.’
One study to catch our eye this week was reported by, among others, Science Correspondent of the i newspaper, Tom Bawden.
He writes of the work conducted at the University of California in Irvine USA, led by Dr Paolo Sassone-Corsi whose study suggests that a low-calorie diet can slow down the body’s ageing process by beguiling the body’s biological clock.
This seems to be an as yet unrecognised bonus of following a healthy eating regime as well as providing, in all likelihood, an additional incentive to many overweight people wanting to shed fat.

Leeds Hypnotherapist Weight-loss Programmes

Among treatments offered at Leeds Hypnotherapy Clinic there are, of course, our weight-loss programmes. Treatment uses cognitive behavioural therapy reinforced by clinical hypnosis to attain and maintain an ideal weight. Clients are helped to understand the obvious physical advantages of being a healthy body size as well as discovering that being a healthy weight also offers wider psychological benefits, such as renewed self-confidence – in other words it enhances the client’s overall wellbeing.
Dr Sassone-Corsi’s new research suggests that there might be a further, as yet unrecognised benefit associated with adopting a low-calorie regime – that being the slowing down of the ageing process.
The theory is that the more you avoid a high-calorie intake, the quicker your digestive process will be and therefore the younger your body clock will think you are. This is based on the body clock’s normal assumption that the older you are, the slower you process your food.
The correspondent reports that a group of elderly mice that were fed for six months on a diet containing 30% fewer calories than normal showed a “significant improvement in their energy-processing efficiency, giving the body clock a dose of youth.”

‘Rejuvenating the Biological Clock’

He quotes Dr Sassone-Corsi as saying: “Caloric restriction works by rejuvenating the biological clock in a most powerful way.”
Although it seems that research has yet to extended outside the lab, results are nevertheless intriguing.
Food for thought, indeed.

Ten years since smoking was banned in public places in this country

Ten Years of Stopping Smoking in Public Places

Leeds Hypnotherapy Clinic notes that it is now ten years since smoking was banned in public places in this country.
The ban came into force on July 1 2007.
From that date smokers were no longer allowed to light up in such premises as pubs, bars and restaurants. It’s now quite hard to imagine just why at the time the move seemed so controversial. Yet, now, most people – including most smokers – accept that no-one should have to suffer second-hand tobacco fumes. And happily, the ban prompted many smokers to quit and continues to this day to encourage smokers to stop. The new law changed the culture of smoking forever.
Pleasing, too, are the statistics that prove the effectiveness of the ban.

Fantastic results from the smoking ban

Quoted in The Guardian newspaper, Duncan Selbie, chief executive of Public Health England, calls it “the single most important public health reform in generations.”
Smoking is now at record low levels, according to NHS Digital with latest figures showing that in just the past year the proportion of the population smoking has dropped from 17.2% to 15.8%.
And Leeds Hypnotherapy Clinic is determined hopes to do its bit to help bring down those numbers further.
For anyone doubting the benefits of quitting, a quick study of Public Health England statistics cited in The Guardian reveal that deaths from heart disease attributed to smoking in 2007-09 were 32,548 while for 2013-15 the figure dropped to 25,777 – a fall of 20.8% thanks to the reduction in smoking following the ban. Figures for the same periods relating to deaths from strokes attributed to smoking were 9,743 and 8,334, which is a 14.5% improvement.

Stop Smoking in Leeds: It’s a Doddle

Ultimately, though, regardless of statistics – the decision to quit remains the responsibility of the individual. But for those smokers who choose to ignore all health facts and figures because the prospect of giving up seems just too daunting – here are a few words of comfort: “quitting really doesn’t have to be hard.” Please take a moment or two to look at the Leeds Hypnotherapy Clinic website for an explanation as to why giving up can be easy. And if you’re still not convinced, click on the video testimonials of just some of the hundreds of smokers I have helped quit. Their message is: Stop Smoking: It’s a doddle.

Stop Smoking in Leeds Public Places

Stop Smoking in Leeds Public Places

Smokers face a “crushing new blow,” Leeds Hypnotherapy Clinic has learned. That’s according to the Daily Star in a report on the Royal Society for Public Health who want smoking to be banned in all public places – including beer gardens.

Many smokers will be “shocked” or “outraged” (depending which newspaper you read). Doubtless many will regard such a curb as an assault on personal liberty. Well, yes, it is – except that non-smokers have personal liberties too – like the right not to breathe in someone else’s fag fumes.
The answer is simple – if you want to smoke do it in private. Or better still, come to your senses and realise it’s time to stop now.
The Royal Society for Public Health feels a public smoking ban will encourage more smokers to switch to e-cigarettes. At Leeds Hypnotherapy Clinic we don’t dispute that such devices are preferable to conventional cigarettes. But that doesn’t make them safe either. We advocate that the best solution is simply to quit.
And it is simple to stop.
Once a smoker has decided he or she wants to quit, Leeds Hypnotherapy Clinic can make that an easily-achievable reality.
Taking that step will not just save you money, it will most likely save your life too.
So rather than worrying over what bans will be made next and whether you’ll be allowed to light up in a pub car park at 2.00 am or wherever, just step away from the whole issue… and become a non-smoker with immediate effect. Check out the Leeds Hypnotherapy Clinic website for details on how to stop.
The second-edition of Stop Smoking: It’s a Doddle will soon be available to download FREE. If you’d like to receive an alert once the book is available on line, sign up

Now Is The Time to Stop Smoking

At Leeds Hypnotherapy Clinic our ongoing message to all smokers is: “now’s the time to stop smoking.”
Of course, the same call is made constantly other health professionals and organisations.
And, happily, the plea has not gone unheeded – at least not in the UK where over the past few decades the proportion of smokers has declined considerably.
For example, in 1974, 51% of men and 41% of women smoked, while that proportion today is down to 20% and 17%, respectively. However, those statistics still equate to there being 9.8 million adult smokers in the U.K., so clearly there’s still some way to go.

Worldwide stop smoking figures

Worldwide, the figures are more depressing – the World Health Organisation (WHO) this month predicted that, globally, the number of deaths due to smoking will rise from 6 million a year at present to 8 million a year by 2030. It states that tobacco use is the largest cause of preventable deaths worldwide.

The report, produced in conjunction with the US National Cancer Institute, says: “The science is clear; the time for action is now.”
Clearly, any initiative, that helps reduce the number of smokers is to be welcomed and in the UK we continue to take steps to curb tobacco use, such as the forthcoming introduction of uniform packaging on cigarettes with explicit pictures detailing the harmful effects of smoking.
Sadly, many governments are reluctant to take measures that counter smoking, fearing, says the WHO report, that any restrictions might “have an adverse economic impact.”
Statistics provide evidence that the opposite is actually the case.

Abolish smoking advertising

Economics aside, though, the reality is that every death caused by smoking is an avoidable tragedy.
The best way to be a non-smoker, of course, is never to start in the first place. So prohibiting promotion of tobacco products that lure people into tobacco usage is a priority for any government.
For those people who already smoke, though, the message remains: Stop now.
Sadly, the prevailing belief, is that quitting will always be a tortuous struggle and this proves too much a disincentive for many smokers.

Leeds Hypnotherapy Clinic’s Stop Smoking Mission

At Leeds Hypnotherapy Clinic, though, it’s one of our missions to convince smokers that giving up tobacco is in fact a doddle – and it’s a doddle because the smoker’s perceived addiction is all in the mind – his or her smoking is primarily a psychological issue and not a significant physical addiction.
Using cognitive behavioural therapy reinforced by clinical hypnosis, the chains that bind the smoker are easily broken.
All it takes is one session and clients who arrive at the clinic truly wanting to quit leave as non-smokers with immediate effect. Their previous urge to light up is eradicated..
We know our treatment works. And at the moment we are trying to spread the word in the hope that our techniques will be adopted by more and more therapists which will mean more and more people being able to lead healthier and happier lives.

Cyber-Bullies, Obesity and Stress

Cyber-Bullies, Obesity and Stress

There was a recent article in The Guardian newspaper that I thought might be of interest to us all, including my own practice, Leeds Hypnotherapy Clinic.
Its subject was the new chair of The Royal College of GPs, Dr Helen Stokes-Lampard – in effect the new leader of the UK’s 49,000-plus general practitioners.
Written by Denis Campbell, the article was headlined: ‘Cyber-bullies, obesity and stress… this is a scary world, says the new top GP.’
Dr Stokes-Lampard laments that the proliferation of social media, such as Instagram and Snapchat, has contributed to an explosion of mental-health problems among people with weight issues, including youngsters.
People have become more judgmental about appearance, says the doctor, who adds: “We’re a fat-shaming society.”

Weight Loss Hypnotherapist AWLHDilemmas of addressing weight-loss matters

She goes on to say that doctors face a huge problem of where to refer patients and, in addition to other measures, she calls for the expansion of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy provision.
Many of the issues raised in the article are of relevance to hypnotherapy treatment. Unintentionally, perhaps, the piece also exposes one of the dilemmas of addressing weight-loss matters. Some would say the dilemma might more accurately be described as a contradiction – on the one hand obesity is recognised as being a dangerous condition that not only threatens the individual but puts a huge strain on health service resources; on the other hand, labelling someone as being fat can have a detrimental effect on their mental well-being and thereby nurture a secondary condition.
Such a contention merits analysis.

Weight-loss treatment at Leeds Hypnotherapy ClinicWeight Loss Hypnotherapy Leeds

At Leeds Hypnotherapy Clinic, I have treated a lot of weight-loss clients as well as treating many people for a variety of other conditions, including low self-esteem. Confidence building, of course, is beneficial to a client’s wellbeing both as a distinct treatment or as part of therapy for some other (often related) condition.
But the supposed contradiction arises in the contention that by labelling someone as being fat, the therapist erodes that client’s self-confidence and thus exacerbates anxiety. Such a notion has seen many therapists and others involved in the wider weight-loss industry avoiding obvious truths – and thereby failing to offer effective treatment.
A fundamental part of treatment offered at Leeds Hypnotherapy Clinic, and hopefully by all members of the Association of Weight Loss Hypnotherapists, is that a client should recognise and accept his or her condition.
So, fat is fat.
If someone is obese they are obese – not “ well built” or “big boned”.
Honesty is a key to success. But they are not being labelled fat – their weight doesn’t define them it simply needs to be addressed.
Once a client accepts the condition, the very simple physical rules can then be applied – i.e. consume fewer calories than are being expended and weight will be reduced. It is important that the client understands that the therapist is not being judgmental and that together the client and the therapist are going to resolve the issue.
The client needs to be reassured that his or her weight problem is not a permanent state – obesity can be overcome and overcome quite easily.
The problem that Dr Helen Stokes-Lampard highlights is not one of candour among professionals but that social media is making society ever more divisive and exposing vulnerable individuals to wider hostility. Such people need help and not capricious ridicule and that includes people with weight problems. They don’t deserve hectoring – they simply need honesty so as to grasp responsibility. But as Dr Stokes-Lampard points out, stretched resources means help is limited or even lacking.
As hypnotherapists all we can do is help to fill the gap as best we can.
Offered greater opportunities and with wider recognition of the services we provide, I’m in no doubt we could do much more.

Fewer Smokers in England | Stop Smoking in Leeds

LATEST FIGURES REVEAL FEWER SMOKERS IN ENGLAND

We’re always cautious here at Leeds Hypnotherapy Clinic of new statistics (especially any to do with smoking) because we know figures can all too easily be interpreted in different ways and therefore be hijacked to support contrasting causes.
However, news that the proportion of smokers has fallen in England is heartening.
The Guardian headline was ‘Number of smokers in England drops to all-time low.’
This is to be welcomed but details behind the statstop-smoking-its-a-doddle-for-website-mobileistics still merit careful analysis. For example, while the percentage of smokers has fallen in the past five years the population as a whole has risen in the same period and so the number of smokers remain higher than might at first be imagined – there are still 7.2 million smokers in England. Even so this is less than half the number of ex-smokers (14.6million) so this is encouraging. It seems that combined efforts to convince people to quit cigarettes are having a positive effect.

FATAL CONSEQUENCES OF LIGHTING UP

The medical profession welcomes the latest findings, of course. But it points out that about 200 people still die prematurely every day in England as a consequence of smoking-related symptoms.
Professor Kevin Fenton, national director of health and wellbeing at Public Health England warned that although the “diminishing appeal of smoking” was “amazing” the number of people still lighting up remained a matter of concern.
There are other factors to consider, too. For example, regional differences are worrying. The North East and Yorkshire still have a significantly higher proportion of smokers compared to the South East and, in particular, the South West, which boasts the fewest smokers.
Other variants to be noted include wealth disparities with far more poorer people likely to smoke compared to the better off; people of Asian background are less likely to smoke (though 10 per cent do so); smoking is most prevalent among those of mixed race. The breakdown of the statistics goes on but among the many quotes generated by the issue, one of the most pertinent, we thought at Leeds Hypnotherapy Clinic, came from Rosana O’Connor, Public Health England’s director of of drugs, alcohol and tobacco, who said: “The more ex-smokers there are among your friends and family, the more likely you are to quit for good and the less likely your children are to start.”
Her words reflect the importance of others in our lives and how we all have responsibilities not only for ourselves but for those around us.
It is such sentiments that inspire us here at Leeds Hypnotherapy Clinic.

Eat Fat to be Thin

Weight Loss Hypnotherapy Leeds Man UpEat Fat to be Thin- Another Weight Loss Message Destined to Confuse

Here at Leeds Hypnotherapy Clinic our weight-loss programmes, including Man Up Lose Weight, all emphasise the importance of grasping responsibility.

The actual equation is a very simple one: consume fewer calories than you burn off and the pounds and stones will drop off.

In all honesty most people can grasp this intellectual insight – it’s not actually all that profound or difficult to understand.

All too often, however, people allow the issue to blur and everything again seems more complicated than it really is.

How Weight Loss Hypnotherapy Can Help

How hypnotherapy helps is to provide the individual with an emotional insight. In other words, hypnosis roots the intellectual insight, or truth, into the unconscious. It allows the head to rule the heart, is another way of putting it.  You learn to be aware of the decisions you make and not to make excuses. But if you want a slice of cake or piece of chocolate occasionally, that’s OK.

The key is, to know and acknowledge what it is you’re eating. Simply hold a healthy preference while admitting that sometimes it does you good to enjoy a treat.

Your newly integrated emotional control is able to overcome greed.

Of course, no one likes to think of themselves as being greedy. It is an ugly word. And so it’s all too common for people struggling with their weight to seek the comfort of having an excuse for over indulgence and to shift blame away from themselves.

The Weight Loss Media

And the diet industry, food experts health officials and the media together seem to have an uncanny ability to whip up a full menu of excuses – to create confusion regarding matters that otherwise are really quite straight forward.

So remember the simple equations – eat less and lose weight; eat what you need and maintain a healthy weight.

Meanwhile, of course, the above mentioned bodies will continue to propound a new theory or contradiction, seemingly every few weeks. The media then seems to conspire to stir up the whole debate into a frenzy of confusion and derision. All it then needs are a few politicians to get involved and we all seemingly then have the perfect excuse to eat or drink ourselves stupid because nothing no longer makes any sense.

The latest food row to emerge, as you might be aware, is the notion that we should be eating fewer carbs and more fat. This has promoted headlines of a kind such as: “Eat fat to stay thin”.

Let’s be sensible about this, though. Are you really going to eat nothing but cream cheese three time a day just because some nutritional body suggests that an exclusively fat-free diet is not necessarily a great idea?

So take a step back from the pie-flinging and the insults. There’ll soon be a new pronouncement coming along which will morph all too easily into some new faddy diet to sweep the nation before inevitably making way for some fresher theory.

How I can help you at Leeds Hypnotherapy Clinic

At Leeds Hypnotherapy Clinic we realise most people have the intellectual insight to know in essence what it is they should be doing or eating. We provide them with the emotional insight, through hypnosis, to realise those aims by helping them to take responsibility for their own consumption, regardless of whatever inane headline happens to be in fashion.

The only things that should never be swallowed are half-baked ideas.

Hypnotherapy Leeds- Mindfulness vs. anti-depressant drugs

New Report Cites Mindfulness as Alternative to Anti-Depressant Drugs

wisdom/ mindfulnessHere at Leeds Hypnotherapy Clinic, we’re always happy to read reports that support the type of treatments that we offer.
This week, an article in the i newspaper cited a major study that found mindfulness works as well as anti-depressant drugs.
It is pleasing to note that the concept of mindfulness is becoming more mainstream and is at long last attracting the attention of the wider media – primarily because it is becoming better recognised as a powerful source of well-being in so many aspects of life.
The new study found that mindfulness-based cognitive therapy (MBCT) helped people just as much as commonly prescribed anti-depressant drugs and that there was no evidence of any harmful effects.
Professor Willem Kuyken, an Oxford University clinical psychologist and lead author of the research report published in the JAMA Psychiatry, said the new evidence was very heartening.
“It does clearly offer those with a substantial history of depression a new approach to learning skills to stay well in the long-term.”
The article also states that mindfulness has secured the backing of the NHS advisory body, the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence as well as the Mental Health Foundation research charity.
Here at Leeds Hypnotherapy Clinic we welcome this wider acceptance of mindfulness because we know first-hand how effective such treatment is. Its effectiveness extends to dealing with all manner of conditions, including smoking, weight issues, stress, depression and phobias. This is because so many common conditions are rooted in the same source, namely anxiety.
And anxiety, it seems, is a growing problem in modern society – but a phenomenon that we at Leeds Hypnotherapy Clinic want to help people overcome.

Stop smoking hypnotherapy in Leeds or E-cigarettes?

Stop smoking hypnotherapy in Leeds or E-cigarettes?

Stop smoking hypnotherapy Leeds e- cigsSo E-Cigarettes Might Not Be That Safe After All.

When I wrote the book “Stop Smoking: It’s a doddle” as a guide and accompaniment to Leeds Hypnotherapy Clinic’s stop smoking hypnotherapy programme, I felt it only fair to include a mention of e-cigarettes.

I wasn’t a fan, even if popular opinion seemed to be that “vaping” was an acceptable way of helping people to quit smoking.

In my book such substitutes reflect a failure to address the real issues; e-cigs help perpetuate the myth that so-called nicotine addiction constitutes a physical dependency when in reality smoking is almost entirely a psychological condition.

Times have changed with regards to how to stop smoking

But less than a year ago many politicians and some health professionals were prepared to laud vaping products as lifesavers because it was assumed they were less harmful than cigarettes even though no research had actually deemed them harmless.

Am I just a biased stop smoking hypnotherapist?

Some cynics might say that my lack of enthusiasm for vaping is hardly a surprise – after all aren’t e-cigs in direct competition with treatment at Leeds Hypnotherapy Clinic? Well, not really because I now have people coming to the clinic wanting to give up vaping as well as smoking. In addition, smoking cessation is only one of the programmes offered at Leeds Hypnotherapy Clinic where treatment for a wide range of conditions is available.

So, I feel I can remain objective and professional in my opinions regarding smoking.

And I remain convinced that hypnotherapy combined with cognitive behavioural therapy (CBT) is the most effective way to help people in the UK, or wherever, to quit smoking.

Now new research coming from America says that vaping could be linked to cancer.

This comes just as the UK government is rolling out the idea that vaping is a useful aid for those who want to stop smoking.

Victims of the tobacco companies who don’t want you to just stop smoking.

Worrying, I would say, is the involvement and influence of some tobacco companies in the vaping business. There are now an estimated 2.6 million e-cig users in the UK – so the market is huge.

The real dangers of smoking e- cigarettes instead of stopping smoking.

The latest medical research regarding vaping has come from a team of scientists in San Diego with results published in the medical journal Oral Oncology.

Dr Jessica Weng-Rodriguez, chief of pathology at the San Diego branch of the US Department of Veteran Affairs, who co-authored the report, said: “Vapourised e-cigarette liquids induced increased DNA strand breaks and cell damage.”

She added that many earlier studies had shown that nicotine could damage cells, however, her team’s study indicated that other components in e-cigarettes may be cancer causing.

Her conclusions are that the tests “strongly suggest” that e-cigarettes are not as safe as their marketing makes them appear.

In addition to this, recent research from Harvard University on 51 e-cigarette liquids found some of the components can cause a condition called “popcorn lung” – a narrowing of airways, which is life-threatening.

My attention to both these reports was initiated by articles in The Independent newspaper.

And so the debate goes on – the shuffling of statistics, the claims and counter claims.

But if you are a smoker, my advice is simple.

Take responsibility.

Don’t be a victim.

Make the only sensible choice.

Quit.

When you decide to do so the doors at Leeds Hypnotherapy Clinic are open.

And it really is a doddle to stop smoking with hypnotherapy in Leeds.

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