Why Can’t I Give up Smoking? – Master How to Quit Smoking & Become a Non-Smoker Today!
Once you understand the hidden elements causing you to smoke, becoming a non-smoker is easier than you think
I wrote this book because I found that many people struggle with quitting for good. After years of coaching and counselling, I discovered that the hidden elements sabotaging their success were often misunderstood. By bringing these elements to their attention, I made it easier for them to quit for good.
The Decision to Quit!
Making the decision to quit smoking can be easy, but following through with it and continuing not to smoke can be challenging.
This is due to the subliminal programming from the media, newspapers, and magazines.
As well as the associated habits and people that continue to fuel the need to smoke.
Additionally, the addictive effect that smoking has on your body is responsible for the cravings.
6 Benefits to Quitting the Habit of Smoking
Reduced risk of cancer: Tobacco smoke contains more than 7,000 chemicals, many of which can cause cancer.
Improved lung function: Your lung function will begin to improve as soon as you quit smoking.
Decreased risk of heart disease: Within 2 to 12 weeks of quitting, your risk of heart attack is reduced, your circulation improves, and your lung function becomes more effective.
Enhanced sense of taste and smell: After 1 week of quitting, your sense of taste and smell improves.
Reduced risk of stroke: After 5 years of quitting, you have reduced your risk of having a stroke.
Financial savings: Quitting smoking can save you a lot of money. For example, if you are currently smoking 20 cigarettes a day, quitting could save you thousands of dollars each year.
Smoking’s Known Detrimental Effects on Your Health and Quality of Life
Increased risk of various types of cancer, such as mouth, throat, larynx, oesophagus, and pancreatic cancer.
Weakened immune system, making the body more prone to infections and illnesses.
Higher likelihood of developing insulin resistance and type II diabetes.
Premature aging and skin damage.
Reduced fertility and sexual function.
Lung diseases, such as chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) and emphysema.
Heart attack and stroke, due to the damage to the heart, blood vessels, and blood cells.
Complications for pregnant women, such as miscarriage, low birth weight, and birth defects.
Quitting smoking and implementing a healthy diet and lifestyle can add 10 years or more to life expectancy. Not to mention improving your Quality of life.
Quitting smoking is beneficial to your health and your quality of life at any age.
I know that for many of you, quitting smoking can be tough, but the health benefits and other positive changes make it worthwhile.
The Decision to Change any aspect of your life is “Only a Thought Away”
Something that is important for you to Believe is that and take as your own, is “You have a Choice: You always have a Choice“.
You May Not always have a Choice over What is Happening. But you always have a choice as to How you React!
A great place for you to start to change your life in positive ways that will empower you, is by learning how take a choice that will empower you.
To making the decision to stay on task with the necessary changes. This is what is known as fuelling your mind and your body to be successful with the decisions that you have made for positive changes.
This Book has now gone on to help thousands of people to “Quit”
What People Say about the eBook
“I had, had many attempts to give up Smoking for years, really frustrated as to why I couldn’t until I read this book”. – Gunton
Such a great book covering all the hidden agendas that are out there, that was preventing me from giving up.
I have now given up smoking for 12 months and feel great.
Thank you, Julie, for such an easy to read, yet comprehensive book.” (Phillip)
“My husband and I struggled for many years to give up smoking with many failed attempts until we read this book.
Thank you, Julie,” (Marie & Ken)
Julie I am so glad that you wrote the eBook – “Why can’t I give up Smoking”
You have explained the whole concept around the manipulation,
and deceit that surrounds keeping people into the negative realm of additive behaviours.
I enjoyed the book it made giving up so easy. Thank you. In appreciation Amelia