Most people who smoke wish they didn’t.
Addiction to nicotine is for most smokers the habit they can’t seem to do without. They may smoke a cigarette after every meal or while relaxing. Some people may enjoy smoking for years and they might feel good and have no health problems.
Why quit smoking?
We know all that smoking causes many diseases and social problems. But as we smoke we tend to denial about what nicotine does to us. It’s logical. We have to, otherwise there would be no comfort in smoking, no relief, no pleasure.
We tell ourselves that the most smoking-related diseases take years to develop, so we have time, nothing will happen to us. Besides, the bad stuff always happens to other people anyway.
We also know that quit smoking is an extremely difficult struggle but we also know that kicking the bad habit is the single biggest improvement to our health. Quitting is surly worth the effort. When you quit smoking, you gain:
Long term Health benefits of quit smoking
- You live longer than people who keep smoking
- Significantly reducing the chance of early and painful dead caused by (lung) cancer, heart attack, stroke and other painful diseases …
- Major health benefits that starts right away
- Pregnant women’s have lower risk having a low birth-weight baby and a healthy pregnancy
- Reducing the chances that (your) children suffer from asthma
- Protecting the health of especially children and other people around you by not exposing them to secondhand smoke
Immediate benefits of quit smoking
- Heart rate and blood pressure (abnormally high while smoking) begin to return to normal
- Within a few hours, the level of carbon monoxide in the blood begins to decline (Carbon monoxide reduces the blood’s ability to carry oxygen)
- Within a few weeks, people who quit smoking have improved circulation, produce less phlegm, and don’t cough or wheeze as often
- Within several months of quitting, people can expect substantial improvements in lung function
- Breath smells better
- No longer smell dirty tobacco and bad smelling clothes, hair, and furniture go away
- Sense of smell returns to normal and you enjoy the taste of food
- Yellow fingers and fingernails disappear
- No longer out of breath/li>
- More social confidence because of a better appearance of skin and teeth and no longer smell dirty
- More social contacts
- Saving money
Monetary costs of quit smoking
Smoking is not cheap, it may be an expensive habits for some people. Most of the smokers do not keep a count on their smoking habit. Imagine how much money you will save (how much after one year?).
Calculate the cost of smoking for yourself (maybe for fun) and surprise yourself by the outcome. Multiply how much money you spend on smoking every day by 365 (days per year). Multiple the cost per year by 10 (for the next 10 years) and ask yourself what you would rather do with that much money.
Quit smoking for long term can save you a good amount of money.
Except above it causes higher costs for health and life insurance.
Why quit smoking is so hard
Mark Twain said, "Quitting smoking is easy. I've done it a thousand times."
Do you want to be a non smoker? The answer is usually “yes”, but it is for most of people extremely difficult to quit. Maybe you've tried to quit too. Why is quitting and staying quit hard for so many people?
Smoking is both a psychological habit and a physical addiction. Consider the act of habit as a daily ritual and at the same time the nicotine from cigarettes causes a physical temporary high.
When stop smoking, the reduction of nicotine in your body causes your body to experience physical withdrawal symptoms and cravings.
When smoke is inhaled, nicotine is carried deep into the lungs where it is absorbed quickly into the bloodstream and carried to the heart, brain, liver, and spleen. Nicotine affects many parts of the body, including the heart and blood vessels, the hormonal system, the body's metabolism, and the brain. Nicotine stimulates pleasure centers in the brain and is highly addictive that makes the smoker want to smoke more and smokers tend to increase the number of cigarettes they smoke.
When nicotine is discontinued, the smoker will experience physical withdrawal symptoms, making the person want to start smoking again to stop the withdrawal symptoms. Each person experiences withdrawal from nicotine addiction a little differently.
How to quit smoking?
When is it the right time to stop? Maybe you think that it’s not right time now. Maybe you don’t truly believe you can quit. But we can help you to quit smoking if you take the first positive step (for yourself).
The fact that you’re here is a good sign. You may join the millions of people who have quit smoking for good.
Eventually, there comes a time for most smokers when they decide to quit. They are probably sick of smoking, and unhappy enough to be seeking out some help. People usually try to quit many times before they are successful.
As a golden rule, it is never too late to quit smoking. The sooner you quit the better the outlook for future health. Let healing begin today
You may find many options to quit, nicotine patches, nicotine gums, and many other helpful quit smoking aids. But by far the most effective and excellent way to help you quit bad habit of smoking is hypnotherapy.
How can (self) hypnosis help to quit smoking?
When it comes to overcoming the addiction to nicotine, motivation and self confidence are the keys.
Hypnosis helps you to use the power of your own mind to believe and visualize a lifestyle as a non-smoker. Hypnosis guides you through the images which give you a powerful and positive self-image associated with motivation and enough self-confidence that can make quitting smoking work. Hypnosis helps you eliminating of the smoking habit, change effectively your attitude, beliefs and your associations towards smoking. It also helps you with reducing and controlling stress when quitting (specially the first days).
Experience the power of hypnosis to break your habit of smoking
Our self-hypnosis program allows you to build a positive self image associate with enough necessary willpower and motivation and self confidence to quit smoking.
With this self-hypnosis program you don’t need to be worry about stopping is going to make you crazy for cravings or gain weight.
All you need to do is to listen to our self-hypnosis MP3 on a regular basis and to follow the simple instructions. How easy can it be?