Become a Non-Smoker
Hypnotherapy is for anyone that wants to Stop Smoking and become a Non-Smoker NOW.
Congratulations if you are reading this! You have the desire and motivation to Stop Smoking.
Motivation is very important when starting a smoking cessation program.
You must Want to Stop Smoking.
Smoking is usually based on a psychological reason for smoking, more than just the nicotine habit.
Did you know there is sugar in cigarettes? Sugar is the most addictive drug in the world.
On my program, we go through the reasons for smoking. We eliminate the reason(s) for smoking.
What are the associations that actually drive you to smoke cigarettes?
Some people only smoke when they are drinking alcohol, some smoke when they are wanting to relax, some smoke because of the addiction to nicotine, some because of the addiction to sugar (yes.. cigarettes have sugar, as addictive as the nicotine), some smoke to take a break at work, (otherwise they wouldn't get a break) some smoke when they are angry or bored, some smoke because they want the stimulant to perk themselves up, and some smoke in fear of gaining weight. Do any of these reasons sound familiar to you?
There is not one reason that you cannot stop smoking, IF you want to stop smoking.
Can you list any reasons why it is good for you to smoke?
Is it good for your health?
Does it make you feel physically good?
Do you like standing outside smoking, when everyone else is inside having a great time?
Do you like the way you smell, after a cigarette? Your clothes, your hair, your breath?
Do you like the way your food tastes after smoking a cigarette? Can you even taste the flavor of the food?
Do you like coughing, fatigue, shortness of breath?
Do you like having something control you? Cigarettes control your life.
There are no good reasons to smoke.
There are approximately 600 ingredients in cigarettes. When burned they create over 4,000 chemicals. At least 50 of these are known to cause cancer and many many are poisonous.
Here are a FEW of the chemicals found in a burning cigarette.
Acetone: Found in nail polish remover
Ammonia: Household cleaner
Arsenic: Used in rat poison
Benzene: Used in making dyes, synthetic rubber
Butane: Gas, used in lighter fluid
Carbon Monoxide: Poisonous gas
Cadmium: Used in batteries
Cyanide: Deadly poison
DDT: A banned insecticide
Ethyl Furoate: Causes liver damage in animals
Lead: Poisonous in high doses
Formaldehyde: Used to preserve dead tissue
Methanol: A main component in rocket fuel
Napthalene: Ingredientes in moth balls
Methyl isocyanate: Very deadly chemical
Nicotine: Used as insecticide
Sugar: The most addictive drug in the world
Tar: used in paving roads
Toluene: Used to manufacture paint
(the list goes on)
Here is a list of Beneficial changes that happen with the body as soon as you
Within 20 minutes of the last cigarette:
The blood pressure adjusts to natural levels, pulse rate adjusts to normal levels and the body temperature of the hands and feet increase to normal.
The carbon monoxide level drops to normal and the oxygen level in the blood increases to normal.
Chance of heart attack is significantly decreased.
Nerve-endings start to re-grow and the ability to smell and taste improves.
Bronchial tubes begin relaxing and lung capacity begins to increase.
2 weeks to 3 months:
Circulation in the body improves and lung function increases up to 30%.
1 to 9 months:
Coughing, sinus congestion, fatigue, shortness of breath decreases. Cilia is re-grown in the lungs increasing the ability to handle mucous and reduces infections.
Lung cancer death rate for average smoker decreases from 137 per 100,000 to 72 per 100,000 people and after 10 years to almost the rate of a person who never smoked.
Pre-cancerous cilia are replaced and other cancers, such as of the mouth, larynx and pancreas are also decreased.
Your risk of coronary heart disease is the same as that of a non-smoker.
ALL THESE BENEFITS ARE LOST.... IF ONE CIGARETTE A DAY IS SMOKED.
Source: U.S. Department of Health Disease Control and Prevention, National Center for
Chronic Disease Prevention and Health and Human Services. The Health Consequences of Smoking: A Report of the Surgeon General. Atlanta, GA: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Centers for DisPromotion, Office on Smoking and Health.
You CAN STOP SMOKING and become a NON-SMOKER.
If you would like to know about Hypnosis and becoming a non-smoker on the first day you come into the hypnotherapy session, please email me. I would love to discuss with you, how I can help you from Day 1. You MUST want to stop. This MUST be your decision.
What is stopping you from having a healthier, more fulfilling life?
Take control of your life. Don't let cigarettes control you. Cigarettes control every thing you do, every place you go, everyone you come in contact with. Do you really want that?
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