Stop Smoking

Ever think about exactly why you smoke? Most people start smoking in their teens, maybe because their mates do, because they want to look cool or grown up, or even because they think it will keep them slim. With smoking, your physical addiction to nicotine usually kicks in pretty quickly.  But then you also develop an emotional attachment to smoking, so it’s even harder to stop. Do any of the reasons below ring a bell with you?

“I enjoy smoking”

The ‘rush’ only feels good because it’s satisfying your nicotine craving.

“It calms me down”

Instead of stress relief, smoking actually speeds up your heart rate.

“I’m hell to live with when I don’t smoke”

Being bad tempered is just a withdrawal symptom. But you can get help.

“I’m too old to change”

Quitting has benefits even for lifelong smokers.

“I  have a break at work when I am smoking”

You can enjoy a healthy hot beverage instead and have a little break.

Work out when and why you smoke, and you’ve won half the battle.

So, if you’ve decided to give up smoking, how do you plan to go about it?  The good news is, you don’t have to go it alone.  There’s now a wide variety of different ways to go smoke-free.

One of them is using Hypnotherapy to help you. Its been proven to be very effective solution.


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