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The Benefits of Quiting Smoking

Max Kirsten Hypnotherapy, Quit Smoking

Max Kirsten Hypnosis and NLP, London

  • More energy
  • Better sense of taste and smell
  • Cleaner teeth and gums
  • Fresher breath
  • Clearer thinking
  • Feeling more relaxed
  • Improved circulation
  • Improved blood pressure
  • Fewer head aches
  • No sore throat
  • No wheezing or coughing
  • More active life
  • Less chance of cancer
  • Lower risk of stroke
  • Lower sinus problems
  • Lower analogies
  • Lower risk of importance
  • Less colds
  • More money
  • Better insurance rates
  • No standing in cold to smoke
  • Improved sports performance
  • Cleaner home and car
  • No burnt clothing or furniture
  • No more smelly clothes
  • No nicotine stains on fingers
  • Feeling of achievement
  • Feeling in control
  • Increased self confidence and self respect
  • Freedom from dependence
  • No chest pain
  • Live longer
  • Improved breathing

The good news about quiting smoking

  • Within 30 minutes of quitting smoking, your pulse rate slows down and blood pressure drops toward normal.
  • Within 8 hours of stopping, the level of carbon monoxide in your blood drops, enabling the blood to carry more oxygen.
  • With in 24hrs carbon monoxide will be eliminated from the body. lungs start to clear out mucus and other smoking debris.
  • Two days after quitting, nerve endings begin to recover and your sense of smell and taste begin to return. there is no nicotine in the body.
  • Within 72 hours of quitting, your lungs’ bronchial tubes expand and lung volume increases. you should feel energy levels increase.
  • 2-12 week your circulation improves.
  • 3-9 Months after quitting, shortness of breath diminishes. lung function is increased by up to 10%.
  • In the first year, the risk of heart attack attributed to smoking declines for both men and women.
  • Two to three years after quitting, the risk of heart attack attributed to smoking is virtually gone.
  • After 10 years, the risk of developing cancer is about the same as for nonsmokers.