Benefits of Giving up Cigarette Smoking

You already know that cigarette smoking is bad for you so let’s not pursue that negative outlook. Instead, let’s pursue the positive. Here are some of the great things that really do happen after you quit smoking:

Twenty Minutes after you Quit
In twenty minutes (or less) your heart rate will start to drop back to normal. (CDC 2004)

Two Hours after you Quit
Your blood pressure, pulse, and even the temperature of your extremities may begin to improve.

Twelve Hours after you Quit
Carbon monoxide levels in your blood stream will begin to decrease allowing allowing your oxygen levels to normalize. (CDC, 2004)

Twenty-Four Hours
Your heart attack risk has already decreased.

Forty-Eight Hours
Damaged nerve endings begin to regrow and your senses of smell and taste begin to increase. (Cleveland Clinic, 2007)

Three Days
Your bronchial tubes are beginning to relax. Breathing is becoming easier.

Two to Three Weeks
Lung function and circulation are improving. (AHA, 2012)

One to Nine Months
Your lungs are actually beginning to repair.

One Year
Heart disease risk has lowered by fifty per cent. (CDC, 2004)

Five Years
Your risk of stroke is the same as a non-smoker. (CDC, 2004)

Ten Years
Your chance of dying from lung cancer will drop to half that of a smoker’s. Your chances of developing cancers of the mouth throat, esophagus, bladder, kidney, and pancreas also drop too. (CDC, 2004)

Fifteen Years
Your risk for heart disease has now returned to that of a non-smoker. (CDC, 2004)

Long Term Benefits
According to the American Heart Association, non-smokers, on average, live fourteen years longer than smokers. (AHA, 2011)

Great news, right?

Here’s some more good news: hypnosis can actually help you quit. And not only can it help you quit, hypnosis can make it easier. What more could you ask for?

Here we are at the beginning of Spring. Make that call today and just think of how much better you’ll feel by the end of May…. just in time for all that Summer fun!

Dan Vitchoff has become known for excellence in Mental Training and Hypnosis. His patented and trademarked 33 MethodTM Mental Training and Performance Coaching techniques drew National and International Media attention after being used by Vincent Hancock and Glenn Eller to win Olympic Gold. The 33 MethodTM is a unique combination of sports psychology, mental training, hypnosis, visualization, and imagery paired with specific types of soothing music and brain wave technology to help athletes, entertainers and business executives focus their mental energy. Vitchoff also uses the 33 MethodTM to help clients lose weight, stop smoking, and reduce anxiety in his Pittsburgh Hypnosis Center.

Don’t try to quit cigarette smoking without help……. Plan for your success! You can give up cigarettes with Dan Vitchoff’’s powerful and effective 33 MethodTM Hypnosis!

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