Reasons to Quit Smoking Now

Reasons to Quit Smoking Now

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If you are among the many people who are apparently dependent on smoking cigarettes, you most likely would like to give up the habit. In fact, there are many reasons to quit smoking. By considering these important factors and developing a plan, you can break your ritual with cigarettes and join the ranks of non-smokers, as a former smoker.


One of the biggest short term advantages to giving up cigarettes is financial. In the long run you will need that extra money, because you’ll probably be living longer, and will need to account for the cost of living those extra years. While many think of the costs associated directly with the purchase, there are others that can add up as well. For instance, those who smoke need to spend more money on dry cleaning, clothing, air freshening products for the home, depreciation of the value of your vehicle. There are candles designed to eliminate the smell of smoke and a host of sprays and scented waxes to create new ones.


Medical expenses are also increased for smokers. They can expect higher insurance rates, including life insurance. They are more likely to have oral disease, including more cavities. In fact, the health of every bodily system is compromised due to the toxins found in cigarette smoke.


Besides health, can someone give me some good reasons to quit smoking?


There are increased regulations regarding where people can smoke, often causing smokers to go great distances from others. This can interfere with social relationships, causing unnecessary stress, and possibly even keep the smoker from attending certain events. Many businesses no longer allow employees to smoke on the property, causing break time to be a mad rush for smokers to catch a few quick drags before returning to work. Some companies will not even hire people that fail a nicotine screening during the hiring process.


This is one of the great reasons to quit smoking. Spending time with others and developing close relationships is essential to life. By cutting into those moments to feed an unwanted habit, the smoker misses out on precious moments in life.  benefits of quitting smoking


The effects of smoking tobacco products often lead to people sleeping poorly. Smokers have a greater difficulty both falling asleep and staying asleep. Researchers at Johns Hopkins found that smokers have trouble staying asleep due to the increased carbon monoxide. Over time, poor sleep can lead to all sorts of physical and emotional problems.


For women, there are several reasons to quit smoking. First of all, any woman who is on a hormone based birth control method and smokes is at an increased risk for cancer. According to Planned Parenthood, those rates go up dramatically for women over 35.


Another reason is that female smokers lose around three percent of their bone mineral density for each decade they smoke. After menopause, these negative numbers increase.


Smoking cigarettes ages the body incredibly. Not only does it harm the body at a cellular level, the skin of the hands and face become stained from being exposed to the smoke all the time. Smokers have increased wrinkles around the mouth and are subject to having small blood vessels in the regions break.


For anyone who needs motivation to give up the cigarette smoking habit, all of these are excellent things to consider. Saving money and increasing health and appearance should resonate with virtually everyone. Creating a smart plan that includes plenty of support is the best way to make this way of life a reality.


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