Thinking about Quitting?
Are you a Smoker?
Are you concerned about your health and how smoking might be affecting you?
Have you decided that it might be time to quit?
If you answered yes to these questions then it is time for you to start on your journey to a healthier smoke free lifestyle! We can help you achieve this difficult yet rewarding goal!
You can do it! Let us help with our Stop Smoking Kit
Quitting smoking is one of the hardest things to accomplish. Some people try to do it cold turkey which is the most stressful of the methods while others use patches and gums but these methods still feed nicotine into your body.
Our Stop Smoking Kit is a natural way to help cope with cravings and urges that come with quitting smoking – nicotine free. However, if you are set on using a gum or a patch our tool kit can still be used alongside these other applications and will greatly increase your chances of success!
By using our Stop Smoking Kit over a 4 month period all desire to have a cigarette will drop to zero and if you have a relapse you will still have access to the tools to get yourself back on track!
Once you have kicked the habit you can let someone you know borrow your kit and use it for them to gain the benefits of a smoke free life.
Please Contact us to set up your Stop Smoking Consultation and or if you have any questions about this effective stop smoking product.
You can reach us by phone at 403-774-7116
or email us at email@example.com
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The effects smoking has on your health
There have been millions of international studies by governments, universities and private research institutions that have focused on the effects of smoking and they have determined that smoking can cause:
1. Stained teeth, fingers, and hair
2. Increased frequency of colds, particularly chest colds and bronchitis
5. Gastrointestinal difficulties, constipation, diarrhea, and colitis
9. Leukoflakia (smoker’s patch)
11. Heart murmur
12. Buerger’s disease (inflammation of blood vessel linings)
13. Shortness of breath
15. Smoker’s hack
17. Wrinkles and premature aging
19. Gastric, duodenal, and peptic ulcers
20. Lung cancer
21. Cancer of the lip, tongue, pharynx, larynx, and bladder
23. High blood pressure
24. Heart disease
25. Artherosclerosis & arteriosclerosis (thickening and loss of elasticity of the blood vessels with lessened blood flow)
26. Inflammation of the sinus passages
27. Tobacco angina (nicotine angina pectoris)
30. Pulmonary tuberculosis
31. Tobacco amblyopia
32. impaired hearing
33. Decreased sexual activity
34. Mental depression
Nicotine and its effects on the body:
Nicotine affects the nerve-muscle junction points, this causes tremors and shaking. It also causes narrowing and the constricting of the arteries, adding pressure to the heart’s load. Through nicotine’s ability to stimulate it causes excitement and anxiety. After a short while however the effect wears off and often a period of depression follows causing the craving for another cigarette. Nicotine makes the blood more viscous and decreases the available oxygen your cells can carry. It also adversely affects the breathing, sweating, intestinal, and heart actions of our autonomic nervous system, due to hindering the blood flow to the nerve centers in the human brain.
Do your body some good and stop smoking now!