Smoking adds stress rather than reduce it


Do you feel you have too much stress now to stop smoking? Do you realize that is a MYTH.

Smoking adds stress rather than reduce it. Read more to find out how.

You may not realize but you smoke about the same number of cigarettes a day whether you are stressed or not.

Think about it, it’s not you like you have a great day and magically forgets to smoke then have a stressful day and suddenly smoke 10 times the amount you normally would.

In truth, it’s about the same whether you’re stressed or not and for some of us when we are relaxing with our morning coffee or evening drink we smoke more!

Not only that, if you are really honest with yourself you’ll realize smoking ADDS STRESS:

#1 – The physical stress to your organs such as heart, lungs, circulatory system and brain from lack of oxygen and toxins.

#2 – The mental and emotional stress of running out of cigarettes, not being able to smoke, or dying from a smoking-related disease.

#3 – Wanting to get over the habit of smoking and not able to

#4 – Stress of having the cigarette control your life

In reality – smoking adds stress, it never reduces it.

You’ve just conditioned yourself to smoke on breaks and when you relax so you tell yourself it’s relaxing when in fact it’s not – it adds stress.

So if you really want to reduce stress, improve your health, allow the body to heal and recover back, feel good about yourself, be a role model to yourself and to others, STOP SMOKING for good

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Mark Barrus

Mark Barrus is the Director of Healthy Life Centers. I have been in the Hypnosis industry for over 20 years, and have written many articles about the efficacy and effectiveness of Hypnotherapy to overcome unwanted habits and actions. Twenty years of Case Study research and examination have helped me to inform the industry on the results and be a leader in the field. I originally worked with Dr. Richard Neves, the former head of the American Board of Hypnotherapy, training other Hypnotherapists in Advanced Smoking Cessation protocols. In February 2005, we also started Healthy Life Centers, in Orange County, CA

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