Deciding to quit has to be motivated by personal reasons. Deciding to quit smoking with hypnosis or any other option only works if the person genuinely wants to stop and it's a decision that they have to make on their own. If they are at all ambivalent or are only 'trying' to quit to please someone else, then any method is highly unlikely to be a long term solution. Studies have shown that to break a habit takes at least thirty days. Quit smoking help is available in several forms. Doctors will often prescribe medications that can reduce cravings. The downside is that these medicines often have their own negative side effects, especially psychological and in some cases those side effects are as bad as the original problem and why replace one drug with another?
Other help and methods to quit smoking can be in the form of nicotine replacement. While patches and gum work for a some people, statistically most smokers don’t find that it's a long term answer. In some instances people have experienced nicotine poisoning as each patch contains the same amount of nicotine as 21 -30 cigarettes. Quitting smoking isn't just about nicotine, it's a multi dimensional issue. Hypnosis and hypnotherapy works quickly and effectively, not only with tobacco and cigarettes, but with many other addictions too.