Hypnosis and Stop Smoking Home Page Nicotine Carbon Monoxide Tar


Carbon monoxide is a colorless, odorless and very toxic gas, which is taken up more readily by the lungs than oxygen. High levels of carbon monoxide in the blood are typical of smokers, which, together with nicotine, increase the risk of heart disease, hardening of the arteries and other circulatory problems.
Due to the highly addictive nature of nicotine people who are dependent on cigarettes may find that they experience withdrawal symptoms when they cut down or stop smoking cigarettes. The short-term effects of quitting smoking may include:
• increased nervousness and tension
• agitation
• psychological symptoms, such as mood swings and lack of concentration
• changes to sleep patterns
• headaches
• coughs
• cravings
The good news is that it is never too late to stop smoking. At any age it gives immediate benefits for men and women of all ages. Quitting allows the body to repair itself. Some of the immediate benefits of quitting include:
• only within one week of quitting nicotine and carbon monoxide leave the body’s system, and the lungs begin to work more efficiently.
• taste buds come alive and sense of smell improves
• breath, hair, fingers, teeth and clothes look and smell cleaner
• within a month blood pressure returns to its normal level, and the immune system begins to show signs of recovery
• within three months, blood flow to the hands and feet improves
• after twelve months the risk of cancer and heart disease is reduced
• the incidence and progression of lung disease is reduced
Quitting smoking requires willpower and may take more than one attempt, as the chemical compounds in tobacco are highly addictive. But it undoubtedly is worth it. Hypnosis or hypnotherapy gives an opportunity to help smokers stop smoking in a natural and drug-free way without unnecessary stress or weight gain. As a lot of cases have shown hypnotherapy has enabled many people to successfully break free of the dirty and dangerous tobacco habit. However, no smoking cessation method including hypnosis is effective unless a smoker is truly motivated to quit.
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