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"As a former smoker, I know how difficult it is to quit smoking. If you are motivated, Hypnosis is a very effective method to help you quit."


Did you know..
Cigarette smoking is the most important preventable cause of premature death in the United States. It accounts for nearly 440,000 deaths each year, of which more than 135,000 are due to smoking related cardiovascular diseases. Cigarette smokers are two-to-three times more likely to die from coronary heart disease than nonsmokers Source: American Heart Association

Ben Affleck quits a twenty year smoking habit with a little help from his friend. Best friend Matt Damon, who quit smoking with a Professional Hypnotist over a year ago, told Ben all about it. Ben decided it was time to quit, and took his friends advice to use a Professional Hypnotist. "I finally decided to quit smoking when I was going to have a child. I actually went to hypnosis." Now, Mr. Affleck is a non-smoker thanks to Hypnosis and a little help from his friend.


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"Thank you for helping me kick the smoking habit. The reinforcement CD's helped me through a few tough times."
Ralph - Carrollton, TX

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"Hypnotherapy Outperforms Other Treatment Approaches for Smoking Cessation ." -MedScape Medical News 2007


One billion people will die from tobacco-related causes by the end of the century if current consumption trends continue, according to a global report released Thursday by the WHO.
- TIME Magazine


Benefits of Quitting Smoking?

20 Minutes After Quitting Your heart rate drops.

12 hours After Quitting Carbon monoxide level in your blood drops to normal.

2 Weeks to 3 Months After Quitting Your heart attack risk begins to drop. Your lung function begins to improve.

1 to 9 Months After Quitting Your coughing and shortness of breath decreases.

1 Year After Quitting Your added risk of coronary heart disease is half that of a smokerís.

5 - 15 Years After Quitting Your stroke risk is reduced to that of a nonsmokerís.

10 Years After Quitting Your lung cancer death rate is about half that of a smokerís. Your risk of cancers of the mouth, throat, esophagus, bladder, kidney, and pancreas decreases.

15 Years After Quitting Your risk of coronary heart disease is back to that of a nonsmokerís.

It is really amazing to me. I was so excited the other day while driving at work on the realization that I'm a non-smoker that I had to scream in delight. Too cool. Keep up the great work you're doing for people. Thank you again so much! I didn't think that I would ever be able to pull this off and you have made it possible for me. I can't tell you how much that means. Sincerely,
Kim - Frisco, TX

"Thank you for helping me quit smoking!" Robert - Dallas, TX

Want to Quit?
Almost four out of every five smokers would like to quit. And almost half of all adult smokers have already quit. It doesnít matter how old you are or how long youíve smoked. You become healthier and stronger each day you are tobacco-free. Source: Cigarette Smoking Among Adults Ė United States, 1993.

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Benfits to Quitting
  • Healthier
  • Wealthier
  • Whiter Teeth
  • Smell Better
  • Food Tastes Better
  • More Attractive
  • More Confident
  • Live longer
  • More Energy
  • Happier Family/Friends


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    Thanks to Chantix, Quitting Smoking May Be Hazardous, Too
    Source: Wall Street Journal (sub req'd), May 29, 2008
    The pharmaceutical company Pfizer "is preparing an advertising and public-relations campaign to counter concerns about its antismoking drug Chantix, once trumpeted as a potential billion-dollar- a-year blockbuster. " So far, Pfizer has "run ads in five major newspapers in which its medical director explains Chantix's risk-benefit balance." The drug company will soon "start hosting round-table discussions on Chantix for members of the media." The Pfizer campaign comes after an independent study linked Chantix "to 988 serious side effects in the last quarter of 2007." According to Senator Charles Grassley, who has asked the U.S. Food and Drug Administration about the drug's safety, Chantix has had "more reports of serious adverse events in this country than any other prescription drug." Some of the side effects reported for Chantix aren't currently listed in the drug's warnings. The Institute for Safe Medication Practices, which conducted the Chantix study, receives drug company funding, but not from Pfizer, according to the Center for Science in the Public Interest.

    10 Steps on How to Quit Smoking
    by Darren Hiller, CH

    1. Believe you can quit. Studies have shown that belief that you can quite is the most important trait in successful quitters.
    2. You must be motivated. Ask yourself on a scale of 1 Ė 10 (Ten being the most) how motivated you are? If you are not at least an 7, you are not ready. If you are not quite ready, write a list of the reasons you want to quit, and put it on a bulletin board. Also, write down all the health risks involved with from smoking (Smoking-related diseases claim an estimated 430,700 American lives each year, cigarette smoke contains over 4,800 chemicals, 69 of which are known to cause cancer, about 8.6 million people in the U.S. have at least one serious illness caused by smoking.) Source: American Lung Association
    3. Create a Plan. Choose an date and write it down on your calendar. It is helpful if the date you choose is a special day, like a birthday or anniversary. Each day before your Quit Date, write in your calendar (__ days till I quit smoking), mentally prepare yourself that you will be quitting on that day. Like many thousands before you, choose a safe and natural method to quit smoking. Hypnosis is the most effective method according to MedScape Medical News. Plan to have water, gum, and healthy foods to offset your smoking triggers. Find a support group, friend, or a quit buddy who you can share your experience with.
    4. Work with a Certified Hypnotist on the day of your Quit Date. Show up for your appointment. Throw away all your cigarettes, ashtrays, any other related paraphernalia. Listen to your reinforcement CD at least once day for a few weeks. Hypnosis will help you with your triggers, and give you tools to help you reinforce your decision to quit.
    5. Make a list of all your triggers. I smoked when I felt, bored, stressed, with coffee, after a meal, in my car etc.. Make a second list of all the activities you will do instead of smoking. Healthy dis-tractors like reading a book, going for a walk, working in your garden, taking a deep breath, chewing gum, lifting weights, riding a bike, listening to music, drinking water.
    6. Use Daily Affirmation and place in on your fridge, mirror, or at your desk. Say them to yourself 10 times each morning, afternoon, and evening. I am Happy, Healthy, and smoke-free, Everyday I choose to breathe fresh air into my lungs. Today I am a proud and healthy non-smoker.
    7. Tell a Spouse, Friend, or co-worker that will hold you accountable If you are held accountable by someone else it may help you to quit. Signing a contract, may make it more official. Find a support group locally or online.
    8. Daily Exercise If you do not currently have an exercise regiment, start off by walking 10 minutes each day. This will help you release any daily stress.
    9. In the beginning, reward your self each day with with a healthy and safe reward. Some inexpensive reward ideas are flowers, a book, and an apple.
    10. Donít give up! This is one of the best decisions you have made in your life. 1000ís of people do it everyday, you are no different. Write a list of the reasons you quit, and the benefits you enjoy from being a non-smoker, and keep them with you at all times in your wallet or purse.


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  • Harness your subconscious to curb fears, bad habits By Alison apRoberts - sacbee.com
    Anne Brackett was 28 and living in Boulder, Colo., when she saw an ad in the paper for a group hypnosis class at a YWCA to help people quit smoking. She was smoking more than a pack a day and thought she'd give it a try. "I didn't think I was being hypnotized," Brackett says. In fact, she thought it was sort of goofy to sit there with her eyes closed listening to the leader say, repeatedly, "You will forget to remember to smoke." But she did just as the leader suggested. "I never wanted to smoke again," Brackett says. Today, 30 tobacco-free years later, Brackett who is 58, lives in Elk Grove and works as a respiratory therapist. "I dismissed so much, and this taught me not to do that," Brackett said. "The problem is that medicine tends to be conservative."

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