Hypnosis to Stop Smoking

Leave your first session a non-smoker with the I Used to Smoke™ Smoking Cessation Program.

The Problem

You’re on this page, reading this text, so chances are that you’re a smoker, right?

So, why are you here?

Because some part of you wants to stop smoking, right?

  • Maybe you wake up and feel the urge for a cigarette before you can do anything else.
  • It could be that you hack up phlegm several times per day and your throat can’t take it any longer.
  • Perhaps it’s because some people no longer want to be around you because of how bad you smell, no matter how much you wash or change your clothing.
  • Your finances have been hit and you can no longer afford to smoke but you believe you can’t stop smoking either.
  • or even because non-smokes can taste it on your breath no matter how many times you brush or how many mints you eat., and getting a date is becoming difficult.
Whatever the pain is that brought you here, whatever the reason you finally decided you’d had enough and need to quit today, you’re in the right place.


Everybody knows the facts about smoking.

Source: cdc.gov

 and that smoking can also cause other problems for you, such as:

Source: healthline.com

Did you know, some people spend up to $12 or more per pack ?

The average pack-a-day smoker in the United States spends around $210 per month on cigarettes (at $7 per pack).

Imagine what you can do with the money you will have spare when you quit smoking.

That’s over $2,500 per year on average.

Now imagine that instead of doing it the old way and buying those cigarettes you saved that money every month.

Even in a savings account making only 1% on your investment, depending on how often your interest is calculated (daily, weekly, monthly, yearly, etc.) you could have between $2,540 and $27,769 within just the first year.

Potentially over 1 MILLION within 10 years.

Now imagine you invested it in something better!

[Disclaimer: I do not give financial advice the above numbers are just a rough estimate of a possibility with good savings or an investment plan. Seek professional financial advice for your own situation]

Have you tried quitting on your own before and failed or is this your first time?

If you have tried and failed in the past, you may feel that it’s hopeless to try again, right?

But remember…

The little green guy from that very famous movie said it best, “Do or do not, there is no try. “

It’s true…

If all you ever do is try, then you’re setting yourself up for failure before you even begin!

The Solution

Quit trying to change your smoking habit by yourself and be the non-smoker you are.

Quit Smoking Today with Hypnosis!

Proven to work by many thousands of people all over the world, even some well-known celebrities have quit smoking using hypnosis.

When you leave your first session as a non-smoker, you will see the benefits almost instantly.

In the free guide below I will also show you how your body can begin to heal over time, from the moment you begin your first session.

Do you know how much your body will heal in a year? Find out below, you’ll be amazed!

Begin your journey today with my I Used to Smoke™ Smoking Cessation Program. Using a combination of powerful and proven techniques, a few simple changes to the way you think about that old smoking habit, and a wealth of other tools that I can give you, we will overcome your “cravings”, desensitize your triggers, and eliminate your smoking habit for good.

All with no weight gain!

Would you like my free guide 7 Tips for Becoming a Non-Smoker? Skip to the bottom now, or continue reading.

Hypnosis is a powerful tool used for much more than just entertaining people, many people have proven that using hypnosis to stop smoking works, and it appears to be more effective than other methods, even some big celebrities such as Ellen DeGeneres, Matt Damon, and Ben Affleck have successfully become non-smokers using hypnosis.

Some people can quit in their first session, for others it may take 2-3 sessions.

Let Me Share a True Story With You

Back in the '90s, there was an average guy very much like yourself just trying to make their way in the world.

However, in the latter half of the 90's he was introduced to cigarettes while hanging out with friends.

For years he had been adamant that he would never smoke, his parents used to smoke and it was many years before they had finally quit and he was proud of them for doing so, but on this day he let the pressure of his peers and his desire to fit in get the better of him.

He began lighting up his first cigarette, Regal King Size, the brand his parents used to smoke. It was a sweet taste that he wouldn't soon forget as the smoke swirled around his mouth and he began to cough, he felt excited and nervous at the same time and it wasn't long before he had trained his body to ignore the urge to cough and begin to enjoy this little white stick of poison.

He smoked for several years before he finally quit.

During that time he tried to quit multiple times, but smoking was more than just a habit or an addiction. Smoking made him feel accepted like he was one of the group and belonged, it gave him a sense of power and control, and being somewhat of a shy person it gave him a barrier between himself and the rest of the world.

Ultimately, smoking was more of a social activity that helped him bond with others, while also making him feel comfortable in situations he usually did not. So it wasn't until he learned to address these secondary gains and combined that with a strong desire to quit that he finally succeeded.

It took some time for him to reach his goals, he tried to figure things out by himself, which was slow and tedious. Trying all kinds of techniques to eliminate the triggers that prompted him to smoke, but always ending with him starting to smoke again.

Back then, the internet was still new to him, however, the wealth of information it gave him access to would become the key to his success.

He always had a strong feeling that your mind possesses the key to unlimited success, and that just like being able to modify a video game by figuring out the right coding, he thought there had to be a way to achieve this with the mind.

Having a keen interest in stage hypnotists/mentalists and the fascinating shows they would put on, people like Paul McKenna and Derren Brown, and the things people would do on stage while hypnotized, and what Derren would get people to do using nothing more than words, psychology and a little bit of manipulation of their surroundings, he was already familiar with the use of hypnosis to change the subconscious mind.

After a little research, he came across some simple hypnosis audio recordings, and this became a turning point in his life.

Fascinated by how it all worked he started using hypnotic recordings, this combined with a few small changes in his habits and with watching a successful ad campaign on TV demonstrating the damage smoking was doing to his arteries and other parts of his body, he was compelled to quit smoking, and for good this time.

Requiring a lot of time and effort, testing different things to see what was working for him and what wasn't, in a few short months, his desire to smoke had diminished, and he threw away his final pack of cigarettes, becoming a non-smoker.

As you have probably figured out by now, that guy was me.

Since that day all those years ago I have had the opportunity to learn more about hypnosis from multiple professionals in the field of hypnosis, such as Dr. John G. Kappas, John Melton, Richard Nongard, Ken Dubner, Jason Linett, Scott Sandland, Gerald Kein, Igor Ledochowski, and many others.

In 2014 I earned my Diploma in Hypnotherapy from the HMI College of Hypnotherapy, a non-profit nationally accredited hypnosis training college and clinic of hypnotherapy. I have since returned to HMI in the fall of 2020 to take a further year of study and clinical internship.

I was fortunate to have access to the teachings of the late Dr. John G. Kappas, P.hD, the founder of HMI, especially his theory of E & P suggestibility and the Kappasinian method of hypnosis.

Learning how to hypnotize anyone, so I could succeed where others have failed, and allowing me to understand your problems, how they were learned and how best to go about eliminating them.

Combined with my desire to save others from the dangers of smoking I set about learning everything I could about the use of hypnosis for smoking cessation.

Studying the techniques of many hypnotists, such as John Melton, Igor Ledochowski, Richard Nongard, Jason Linett, Milton H. Erickson, Gerald Kein, Paul McKenna, and many others. I keep up on the latest techniques and research in this field.

Michael D. Milson, C.Ht CHA
Certified Hypnotherapist

Enter My I Used to Smoke™ Smoking Cessation Program

Pulling together the most successful parts of different hypnosis stop-smoking programs, I created a program that is tailor-made for each client, assisting them with becoming a non-smoker and benefiting from all the health and financial improvements that come with quitting smoking.

I Used to Smoke Smoking Cessation Program

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