Congratulation! You have just taken your first step down the road of being an ex-smoker!
Smoking is a habit which can have deep physiological and psychological implications. First of all let us see why an individual smokes, what are the apparent and true reasons:


  • To release stress
  • To ease of anxiety
  • To relax
  • To be in line with pears


  • Nicotine addiction
  • Past bad experience or trauma
  • Blood sugar level issues
  • Substance abuse

Smoking is both physical and mental, so we must change your physical reaction and mental attitude toward smoking if you want to quit.
In most cases can take as less as one Hypnotherapy session to quit smoking for good!

Here are a few of the 4000 chemicals found in a burning cigarette smoke:

  • Acetone – found in nail polish remover
  • Acetic Acid – an ingredient in hair dye
  • Ammonia – a common household cleaner
  • Arsenic – used in rat poison
  • Benzene – found in rubber cement
  • Butane – used in lighter fluid
  • Cadmium – active component in battery acid
  • Carbon Monoxide – released in car exhaust fumes
  • Formaldehyde – embalming fluid
  • Hexamine – found in barbecue lighter fluid
  • Lead – used in batteries
  • Naphthalene – an ingredient in mothballs
  • Methanol – a main component in rocket fuel
  • Nicotine – used as insecticide
  • Tar – material for paving roads
  • Toluene – used to manufacture paint

Beneficial changes within the body when you stop smoking:

  • Within 20 minutes of the last cigarette
    The blood pressure adjusts to natural level, pulse rate adjusts to normal level, and the body temperature of the hands and feet increases to normal.
  • 8 hours
    The Carbon Monoxide level drops to normal, and the Oxygen level in the blood increases to normal.
  • 24 Hours
    Chance of heart attack is significantly decrease
  • 48 Hours
    Nerve endings start to re-grow, and the ability to smell and taste improves.
  • 72 Hours
    Bronchial tubes begin relaxing, and the lung capacity begins to increase.
  • 2 weeks to 3 months
    Circulation in the body improves, and lung function increases up to 30%.
  • 1 to 9 months
    Coughing, sinus congestion, fatigue, shortness of breath decreases. Cilia are re-grown in the lungs increasing the ability to handle mucous and reduce infections.
  • 5 years
    Lung cancer death rate for average smoker decreases with 50%, and after 10 years to almost the rate of a person who never smoked.