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Discover How To Quit Smoking In Two Hours Or Less
Are you ready to quit smoking? Discover how to quit smoking with hypnosis safely and easily, increase your self-confidence, feel healthy, feel good, feel happy and feel better about yourself.
"the most effective way of giving up smoking."
New Scientist said that hypnosis was the best method available to quit smoking.(New Scientist, issue 1845, 31October 1992, p6)
Hello, I am Karl W. Wirtz CH. Thank you for visiting my website. I am located in Blackwood, NJ. I look forward to helping you discovering the many uses of
Did you know that patches and gum. Only has a 7% success rate. You are less likely to succeed with these than with pure will power. (Shiffman et alia, May 2002
"Addictions" issue 97(5) pp505-516)
Using hypnosis to quit smoking or to lose weight is easy and simple. Just allow your two minds to agree and the process will transform your life forever. Now, that all sounds really simple. But, we have the conscious mind and the subconscious mind. They must be in agreement with each other, for you to achieve your goals in your life. If not, they will work against each other and sabotage or interfere with your goal of quitting smoking, eating to much of the bad foods or too little of good foods. (Example: You go to the Fast Food Place. You can order a Salad or you can order that Big Juicy Half Pound Burger with all the toppings. Now you know inside which one you should order, but you give in to the Big Juicy Half Pound Burger with all the toppings.) Why, did you do that? Because, your, two minds are in conflict with each other. To obtain your goals, you must first have harmony between the two, they must be congruent. This is where the use of hypnosis comes into making these decisions easier and easier, every time you make that right decision the stronger and more re-enforced that suggestion becomes in your, two minds. The life changing suggestion then becomes your new life style.
Will power has likelihood of between 6 and 11% chance of success
(Shiffman's Study and the New Scientist article)
I do truly believe that a new horizon awaits all of us. I get asked all the time "does hypnosis work?" I have seen first hand the power of hypnosis and what hypnosis can do for individuals. I have used it on my own family members for back pain from an automobile accident, on my son who had pain in his legs from running track. I have used it to relieve the pain associated with breast and lung cancer surgery scars. I have helped a young woman who had chronic pain, to walk, stand up straight and stop using pain killing drugs. I have stopped individuals from smoking that have smoked cigarettes since the age of thirteen. I have also turned my sister-in-law into a non smoker after twenty some years as a smoker in less than a hour.
Now, it's your turn. I want to help you to quit smoking now! Stop smoking and become a non smoker today. I want to help you control your weight-loss or weight gain and appetite. I want to help you to make the right nutritional eating habit choices and end that desire for eating comfort foods. I know you have had enough of comfort eating. You want to change your bad eating habits and I can help you with the use of hypnosis. I can help you shed that unwanted weight without popping pills. I want to help you to manage chronic pain with hypnosis or even eliminate it completely. I want to help you gain that self confidence that you so, rightly deserve. Using hypnosis for your self-esteem will help you build your self-confidence to be a better you. With hypnosis you can improve your creativity. I want to help you to improve your creativity and enhance that amazing imagination that is asleep deep within you. I want to help you to achieve your desired goals by breaking down that invisible barrier that always seems to get in your way. You know the ones that I'm talking about, I'll do that tomorrow or I can get to it next week. But, tomorrow never seems comes and next week never seems happens. All of your good intentions just fade away.
Please remember, your most valuable asset is You - You owe it to Yourself!
It really is true.
You owe it to your spouse, your children, your family, because after all they are YOU.
Don't you, want to be the best that you can be? Of course you do.
Now is the time to take action. You know that, that is why you are here.
The first step of your journey beings now. What is awaiting you, on your new horizon?
A smoke free life, breathing easier, climbing the steps without stopping, a longer life, a thinner you or maybe a more beautiful and confident you. Maybe a life without that nagging pain that holds you back or maybe less pain every morning and evening, taking long enjoyable pain free walks, playing with the grandchildren, feeling healthy, feeling good, feeling happy, and living life on your terms!
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And see what your new horizon is.
You should know that these healthy effect start immediately after you quit smoking:
- 20 minutes
Your blood pressure, pulse rate, and the temperature of your hands and feet will all return to normal.
- 8 hours
Remaining nicotine in your bloodstream will have fallen to 6.25% of normal peak daily levels, a 93.25% reduction.
- 12 hours
Your blood oxygen level will have increased to normal and carbon monoxide levels will have dropped to normal.
- 24 hours
Anxieties peak in intensity and within two weeks should return to near pre-cessation levels.
- 48 hours
Damaged nerve endings have started to regrow and your sense of smell and taste are beginning to return to normal. Cessation anger and irritability peaks.
- 72 hours
Your entire body will test 100% nicotine-free and over 90% of all nicotine metabolites (the chemicals it breaks down into) will now have passed from your body via your urine. Symptoms of chemical withdrawal have peaked in intensity, including restlessness. The number of cue induced crave episodes experienced during any quitting day will peak for the "average" ex-user. Lung bronchial tubes leading to air sacs (alveoli) are beginning to relax in recovering smokers. Breathing is becoming easier and the lungs functional abilities are starting to increase.
- 5 - 8 days
The "average" ex-smoker will encounter an "average" of three cue induced crave episodes per day. Although we may not be "average" and although serious cessation time distortion can make minutes feel like hours, it is unlikely that any single episode will last longer than 3 minutes. Keep a clock handy and time them.
- 10 days
10 days - The "average ex-user is down to encountering less than two crave episodes per day, each less than 3 minutes.
- 10 days to 2 weeks
Recovery has likely progressed to the point where your addiction is no longer doing the talking. Blood circulation in our gums and teeth are now similar to that of a non-user.
- 2 to 4 weeks
Cessation related anger, anxiety, difficulty concentrating, impatience, insomnia, restlessness and depression have ended. If still experiencing any of these symptoms get seen and evaluated by your physician.
- 21 days
Brain acetylcholine receptor counts up-regulated in response to nicotine's presence have now down-regulated and receptor binding has returned to levels seen in the brains of non-smokers.
- 2 weeks to 3 months
Your heart attack risk has started to drop. Your lung function is beginning to improve.
- 3 weeks to 3 months
Your circulation has substantially improved. Walking has become easier. Your chronic cough, if any, has likely disappeared.
- 1 to 9 months
Any smoking related sinus congestion, fatigue or shortness of breath have decreased. Cilia have regrown in your lungs thereby increasing their ability to handle mucus, keep your lungs clean, and reduce infections. Your body's overall energy has increased.
- 1 year
Your excess risk of coronary heart disease, heart attack and stroke has dropped to less than half that of a smoker.
- 5 to 15 years
Your risk of stroke has declined to that of a non-smoker.
- 10 years
Your risk of being diagnosed with lung cancer is between 30% and 50% of that for a continuing smoker (). Risk of death from lung cancer has declined by almost half if you were an average smoker (one pack per day). Your risk of pancreatic cancer has declined to that of a never-smoker (), while risk of cancer of the mouth, throat and esophagus has also declined.
- 13 years
Your risk of smoking induced tooth loss has declined to that of a never-smoker ().
- 15 years
Your risk of coronary heart disease is now that of a person who has never smoked.
- 20 years
Female excess risk of death from all smoking related causes, including lung disease and cancer, has now reduced to that of a never-smoker (). Risk of pancreatic cancer reduced to that of a never-smoker ().
Source: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. The Health Consequences of Smoking: A Report of the Surgeon General. Atlanta, GA: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion, Office on Smoking and Health, 2004.
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