Do You Want to Quit Smoking?

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Do you want to quit smoking?

Over the past decade I’ve’ve helped hundreds of people quit smoking using hypnotherapy and neuro linguistic programming techniques. While I am prejudice (I have 1022 success stories), there are many methods to quit smoking successfully.

Why Do People Smoke?

There are a number of factors that can push people to smoke.

Most smokers start smoking because of peer pressure. After a while smokers use smoking to reduce stress and to “calm” them.

Many people that smoke say they smoke because they get some kind of pleasure from it. If they didn’t they’d just quit smoking.

For many people smoking helps them deal with boredom or anger. It can also help them pass the time with a friend.

There are lots of reasons that smokers continue to smoke.

Just like any other addict, rather than dealing with their problems in a healthier fashion, smokers find it’s easier to simply resort to the toxic chemicals in cigarettes. However, this can and often does mean severe short and long-term consequences.

The Consequences of Smoking

While smokers do receive some temporary relief from smoking, the harmful effects greatly outweigh those temporary feelings of pleasure.

It’s estimated that 87 percent of lung cancer cases are a result from heavy, prolonged smoking. Stroke risk for smokers is around two to four times higher than for non-smokers.

Similar statistics were revealed for coronary heart disease. The numbers for Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Diseases (COPD) like asthma, emphysema and chronic bronchitis are also just as scary. Some 80 to 90 percent of COPD cases comprise smokers.

The fact is the drawbacks to smoking can get so serious they can kill you.

That’s why doctors encourage people to stop smoking and why there are so many therapy options available.

The good news is if you truly want to quit smoking, it’s very doable.

Recent Findings Surrounding Smoking

Research studies correlating smoking with adverse health impacts total in the thousands. Although the findings are still somewhat inconclusive, and the exact connections and causes between smoking and cancer or stroke have yet to be solidified, recent correlations are astonishing.

Cigarette smoke has been discovered to be loaded with dozens of carcinogenic compounds, ranging from plain tar to nitrosamines and benzene. The carbon monoxide in the smoke attaches to hemoglobin, depriving blood of vital oxygen.

A recent study found that there is a relationship between fatty deposit accumulation in the arteries and smoking. It’s likewise easy to see the effects of tar buildup in the alveoli on the condition of the lungs.

No further scientific research is required to know that reduced energy, hacking and other ill-effects are not a sign of good health.

Quitting Can Be Tough

Although kicking the habit can be tough there are several valid methods to quit smoking.

When you attempt to quit remember that, on average, only around six percent achieve permanent smoking cessation success the first time. Most smokers quit multiple times before finally getting rid of the habit.

Make the Decision

Quitting can call for a tremendous amount of willpower.

You can also use Nicotine Replacement Therapy (NRT) products like patches, inhalers and nicotine gum. There are also the non-nicotine alternatives, including anti-depressants Zyban and a new drug called Chantix.

If these don’t work, you can turn to advanced hypnotherapy (hypnosis) and Neuro Linguistic Programming techniques for reinforcement. Using this method with a trained professional practitioner or you can stop smoking.

Adverse Affects of Quitting

Of course, there will be the inevitable cravings and smoking withdrawal symptoms.

You also risk gaining weight.

However, the long-term health benefits of quitting are considerable and some of them you can feel immediately.

What You Can Expect When You Quit

After you quit smoking your risk of heart disease and stroke risks go down. Skin regeneration also happens and eventually, its normal condition is restored and your skin will look younger.

You’ll also experience an increase in your overall energy that will improve your mind’s and body’s ability to handle everyday life challenges.

Do you want to experience these advantages?

You can if you want to. Choose to stop smoking now.


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About the Author

Wil Dieck is America’s #1 Mental Fitness Coach©. He is also the founder of Total Mind Therapy©, a system that uses Neuro Emotional Conditioning (NEC)©.

NEC is a system that uses the best of three highly effective processes, Advanced Hypnosis, Neuro Linguistic Programming techniques (NLP) and meditative breathing techniques from Qigong, a Chinese Martial Art, and combines them into one powerful system that you can use to alter your thinking patterns that allow you to make quick and lasting shifts in your behavior and, as a result, quit smoking cigarettes.

Wil is a Master Neuro Linguistic Programming Practitioner (NLP) hypnotherapist and Qigong Practitioner. His office is located in San Diego, CA.

He has taught hundreds of people in individual and business settings how to use Neuro Emotional Conditioning (NEC)© techniques to stop smoking cigarettes now.

Wil is available for individual coaching sessions and group presentations for using NEC or hypnosis and Neuro Linguistic Programming as well as using meditation techniques from Qigong to help you stop smoking now.

If you are interested in learning more about using Neuro Emotional Conditioning (NEC)© techniques to stop smoking, then call (619) 293-3255 for your complimentary personalized assessment and action plan.

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