Unsure about stopping smoking?

Ask yourself these questions:

  • What do I dislike about smoking?
  • What do I miss out on when I smoke?
  • How is smoking affecting my health?
  • What will happen to me and my family if I keep smoking?

Want to look,feel and be healthier?

Consider this:

My chances of having cancer, heart attacks, heart disease, stroke, cataracts, and other diseases will go down.

I will be less likely to catch colds or the flu, and will be able to recover quicker if I do get sick.

I will breathe easier and cough less.

My blood pressure will go down.

My skin will look healthier and I will look more youthful.

My teeth and fingernails will not be stained.

Want a better lifestyle?

I will have more money to spend.

(If you smoke 20 a day at £9.60 a pack that’s £3,504 pa)

I can spend more time with family, catch up on work, or dive into my favorite hobby.

I won’t have to worry about when I can smoke next or where I can or can’t smoke.

My food will taste better.

My clothes will smell better.

My car‚ home‚ and kids won’t smell like smoke.

I will be able to smell food, flowers, and other things better.

Timeline Benefit – What happens when you quit Smoking

  • 20 minutes
    • Blood pressure and pulse return to normal.
  • 8 hours
    • Oxygen levels return to normal.
    • Nicotine and carbon monoxide levels in blood reduce by half.
  • 12 hours
    • Carbon monoxide levels in blood drop to normal.
  • 24 hours
    • Carbon monoxide will be eliminated from the body.
    • Lungs start to clear out mucous and other smoking debris.
  • 48 hours
    • There is no nicotine left in the body.
    • Ability to taste and smell is greatly improved.
  • 72 hours
    • Breathing becomes easier.
    • Bronchial tubes begin to relax and energy levels increase.
  • 2-12 weeks
    • Circulation improves.
    • Lung function increases.
  • 3 – 9 months
    • Coughs, wheezing and breathing problems improve as lung functions are increased by up to 10%.
  • 12 months
    • Excess risk of coronary heart disease is reduced by about half and declines gradually hereafter.
  • 5 years
    • Risk of heart attack falls to about half that of a smoker.
    • Risk of stroke returns to the level of people who have never smoked (5 – 15 years).
  • 10 years
    • Risk of lung cancer falls to about half that of a smoker.
  • 15 years
    • Risk of lung cancer is reduced to close to that observed in nonsmokers.
    • Risk of coronary heart disease falls to the same as someone who has never smoked.
    • If you have quit smoking before age 50 you have halved the risk of dying in the next 15 years compared with continuing smokers.

Hypnotherapy is very successful in helping people who WANT to stop smoking. If you really WANT to stop smoking contact me now and start your journey.