Smoking Statistics That Every Smoker Should Be Aware Of

If you are a smoker, you have probably thought a million times about quitting. You know your family and loved ones want you to quit, and maybe you know they are right. That doesn’t mean that you automatically have the will power and determination to quit, cold turkey. If you are looking for an easier way to stop smoking, consider these statistics.

If you have been thinking about stop smoking hypnosis as a potential way to break your smoking habit then now is the time to take the first step. Not only does quit smoking hypnosis work better than most methods for breaking the habit, but it does it at the subconscious level without any side effects. If that is not enough of a motivator here are some smoking statistics that might convince you that now is the time to quit smoking.

These are recent statistics about smokers from around the world.

•More than one in five American deaths results from smoking.
•More than 50,000 people in the US die annually from secondhand smoke.
•Smoking is the cause of 445 new lung cancer cases daily in the US.
•More Americans die from tobacco than from AIDS, drugs, homicides, fires, and auto accidents combined.
•Every eight seconds, tobacco kills someone.
•Smoking killed 12 times more British people than World War II did.
•Tobacco kills half of all long-term smokers.
•Every cigarette smoked shortens your life by five minutes.

Are you motivated yet? Imagine having to explain to your partner, spouse or children that you will not be there for them because of a habit you were never able to kick.

Here is some additional information.

•Tobacco smoke contains more than 4,000 toxic or carcinogenic chemicals.
•Smoking is the most prevalent cause of disease and premature death – that can be prevented. Smoking causes heart disease, stroke, chronic lung disease, and affects the lungs, larynx, esophagus, mouth, bladder, cervical cancer, pancreas, and kidneys.
•Second hand smoke kills about 6,300 non-smokers each year.
•Smoking causes nearly 14 percent of all heart disease and stroke deaths.

The good news for smokers:

•As soon as you quit smoking, the risk of heart disease and stroke begins to decrease.
•Within one year of quitting, the risk of dying from smoking-related heart disease is cut in half.
•15 years after quitting, your chances of dying from lung cancer are identical to the chances of a non-smoker.

From these statistics you can see the debilitating effects of smoking. It is also important to realize that smoking is a hugely addictive habit. Not only does smoking addict you from the very beginning but it goes way beyond that. The reason for this is that tobacco affects you neurologically and physiologically.

These statistics paint a clear picture but they are not the reasons most people chose to quit smoking. The most important reasons to stop smoking are for quality of life and for the family and friends who count on you.

Hypnosis to Become an Ex Smoker

Quit smoking hypnosis is a proven way to kick the habit. By accessing your subconscious mind a certified hypnotist can give suggestions that will help you overcome this habit quickly and with relative ease. Do it for yourself or do it for the people who love you and count on you.

As a smoker you have probably spent a long time training your body to expect a cigarette at certain times of the day or during certain activities. These habits can be more problematic when you are trying to quit than the symptoms of physical withdrawal. If you are considering giving up smoking and adopting a healthier lifestyle, know that quit smoking hypnosis can help you through the hardest parts of being addicted; the nicotine withdrawal, and the habit of smoking. Smoking hypnosis can help you find other, healthier things to do during those times when you would normally reach for a cigarette, making your stop smoking challenges easier to overcome and eliminate.

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