When you smoke, you probably pull out the cigarette from your pack and puff away without any thought of what it's doing to your health. You want to smoke, and you'll won't think about the damage to your body. But what really happens when you inhale?
At the very first puff:
When you smoke ten, twenty or thirty cigarettes a day, you're putting your life on the line. It's probably not even a thought, but it should be.
So what happens to your body when you stop? The first thing is your body starts the healing process as soon as you quit.
In fact, your body continues to heal itself. The longer you stay a non-smoker, the more benefits you'll experience. At the five-year mark, your risk for heart attack and strokes is the same as those as people who never smoked.
It's never too late to take control of your health. Before you're dealing with yet another bout of bronchitis or facing cancer, you can stop smoking. You can make a huge difference in your health by making this important decision today. If you need help to stop smoking, contact me about how I can help you quit easily and quickly with hypnosis.