Smoking -Quit Smoking NOW! In 2016

Smoking -Quit Smoking NOW! In 2016Click Image To Visit Site

quit smoking

Quit Smoking Side Effects

Hi, I’m Joan Chionilos, and with my program, you will end your smoking habit regardless of how many times you have tried. I’ve been a hypnotherapist for well over 20 years and I am certified by the National Guild of Hypnotherapists: the largest, oldest, and most respected association of hypnotherapists in the world. I was horrified when I looked around the internet and saw some of the misinformation and junk that some people are trying to pass off as a solution to help people stop smoking.

Many of these unscrupulous people don’t even have any training. It is no wonder that their products do not work.

Unlike many other hypnotists or so-called experts, I SPECIALIZE in exactly one thing: HELPING PEOPLE QUIT SMOKING Quickly and Permanently…

During my career, I have been extremely successful at doing ONE SESSION SEMINARS for BANKS, SCHOOLS, HEALTH ORGANIZATIONS, CORPORATIONS, and in PRIVATE PRACTICE.

* HEART DISEASE Coronary Heart Disease and Stroke are the primary types of Cardiovascular disease caused by smoking. They are the #1 leading cause of death in the US. Congestive heart failure and high blood pressure are also cardiovascular diseases, with 2,800 Americans dying daily… That’s one death every 33 seconds. Smoking is extremely hard on the heart. Toxins in the blood from smoking causes plaque to form which hardens the arteries. Eventually, this leads to inflammation, scarring and thickening of the artery wall, as well as blood clots which obstruct blood flow leading to heart attacks or strokes.

* CANCER OF THE LUNGS Primary Symptoms include: Cough, Dark Brown or Bloody mucus with the cough, Chest Pain or Shortness of Breath, Fatigue. While most people show signs of cancer, many show no signs at all until the disease is in an advanced state.

* EMPHYSEMA One of the most common lung disorders that result in blocked air flow. Emphysema occurs when the walls between the air sacks in the lungs become weakened and collapse, making it difficult to breathe. This disease is extremely debilitating and causes permanent destruction of the lungs over time. It is usually Permanent and Irreversible. Symptoms:

Trouble catching one’s breath Cough with or without mucus Shortness of breath (worsened by mild activity) Respiratory Infections Wheezing Fatigue

quit smoking
Smoking – The Results of Smoking

* EMPHYSEMA and CHRONIC BRONCHITIS are known as COPD: CHRONIC OBSTRUCTIVE PULMONARY DISEASE. Both result in blocked air flow to the lungs and are the most common cause of RESPERATORY FAILURE.

Birth Defects- 20-30% more likely to have shortened or missing limbs, 27% more likely to have gastrointestinal issues, 50% more likely to be born with intestines outside the body, 9% more likely to have heart defects, etc.

Children and Teens – inner ear infections, colds, sore throats, bronchitis, pneumonia (to name a few)

– FEAR of falling asleep while smoking – Addiction to nicotine – Hacking cough with heavy phlegm – Frequent colds, sore throat and bronchitis – Withdrawal symptoms at work, Dr’s office or restaurant – Yellow stained teeth and fingernails – Cigarette burn and stains on…

Quit Smoking Now

Rodney O’Brien

quit smoking

Read more…

Helpful Advice on How to Quit Smoking Marijuana

quit smoking

What Are Some Helpful Advice on How to quit smoking Marijuana


Marijuana can be a clever drug in the sense that while it is not addictive in a chemical way, it is a psychological addiction much like that of gambling or stealing. Both of these behaviors produce a high in the person that engaged in them for a short time. They begin to get addicted to these behaviors because they associate them with the kind of high they want. The same can be said about marijuana, and you need to find various ways to deal with it before it gets even more out of hand.

quit smoking
Marijuana small (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

The first piece of advice that we’ll go over involves being prepared and quitting at the right time. You have to make sure that the period of time you choose to stop smoking does not coincide with anything else that could stress you out or cause anxiety. This is important because while you are quitting in the first few weeks to a month you’ll need to stay as relaxed and calm as possible. Even though this will take strength and dedication, it is best to avoid situations that involve a lot of stress or drama.

You’ll also need to make sure you are taking care of your body. This means putting all of the right foods and liquids into it. Make sure that you are staying hydrated, drinking plenty of water and eating fruits, vegetables, nuts, and wholegrain breads. These will help to cleanse your body of the toxins that have filled it for so long.

Staying active and busy is another good tip to follow, because when you are just sitting around doing nothing your mind will begin to wander, making it easier to give in to the cravings. Also make sure that there are plenty of people in your life that know what you are trying to do. The last thing you want to do is to isolate yourself, because the more support you have from family and friends, you better your chances will be of quitting long term.  Read more

quit smoking