Archive | February, 2011

IS IT EASY TO QUIT SMOKING FOREVER?

10 Feb

YES, IS EASY!!!

Most smokers realize within the first three years of their habit, that it would be wise to quit smoking.

Millions of them try to quit at least once, and they fail. From this experience they assume that it is a very difficult task, and many of them never try to quit smoking again.

According to the World Health Organization, more than a thousand million people in the world smoke today. Continue reading

I HAVE SOMETHING SMOKING COOL FOR YOU

9 Feb

Do you want it?

it’s nasty, disgusting, filthy, smelly and poisonous.

It tastes terrible and it will burn your throat making you cough, leaving you with a burning sensation and a terrible flavor for hours after you first try it…

Do you still want to try it? Continue reading

WHY QUIT SMOKING?

8 Feb

Just Because…

Do you want to quit and you think you can’t?

Are you worried because you are slowly killing yourself and you don’t know how to do otherwise?

Are you tired of  the addiction that controls you life? Continue reading

SMOKE-FREE AT LAST!!!

8 Feb

The System that Really Works

Chances are that one of your new year’s resolutions was to quit smoking.
Unfortunately, if you are like most people, you already forgot all about it.

Quitting is one of the top ten New Year’s resolutions, however, according to a 2007 survey of over 3,000 people conducted by the British psychologist Richard Wiseman, Only 22% of the people achieved the goals that they set up for themselves by New Year.

Even though most people really want to make changes, they don’t really know how to.

There can be several reasons for not succeeding, but most people don’t succeed simply because they don’t know Continue reading

ADDICTION OR CONTRADICTION

8 Feb

QUIZ

1. Do you like to feel sexy?

2.  Do you like to look good?

4. Do you wear clothes that help you look good?

5. Do you like to smell good? Continue reading

GIVE YOURSELF THE BEST GIFT: QUIT SMOKING.

3 Feb

quit smoking, smokingIsn't Your Life Worth It?

There are different kinds of gifts. But none is as valuable as the gift of Life itself.

When you are born, you come to life. But when you smoke cigarettes and you quit smoking, you literally regain your life back, and your body knows how to thank you for doing that.

Have you wondered what will happen to you after giving up cigarette smoking?

Scientific studies on people who regularly smoked about a pack a day, have shown the following progressive effects of quitting smoking:

After 20 minutes:

Smoking always results in high blood pressure, which is harmful for the heart as it increases heart attack risk. But the minute you give up this habit, the risk minimizes and eventually, the blood pressure rate becomes normal.

After 10 hours:

The level of carbon monoxide becomes half after 10 hours of giving up smoking. It is one of the major pollutants that produce ill effects on cognitive skills and health. Oxygen is one of the most vital substances necessary for survival. High level of carbon monoxide decreases intake of blood from lungs generating serious problems.

You will increase your energy levels by smoothing the passage of oxygen as you lessen the level of carbon monoxide in your blood stream by quitting smoking. Continue reading