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The Cost

How much is the investment in yourself to quit cigarettes for good? 

First, how much do you smoke?

  • Australian smokers statistically spend between $5,000 and $8,000 or more per year on cigarettes (and that’s conservative, not taking into consideration the extra costs related to illness). If you doubt me, just take a look at these figures based on the average cost of a packet of cigarettes being $12 for a pack of 20:

A recent university study found the average life expectancy for non smokers is increased by an additional 13.2 years for females and 14.5 years extra for males

  • 90% of lung cancer occurs in people who have smoked.

The session is only $495 – and it is guaranteed to work for life. This is even better than a money back guarantee, because you want to quit cigarettes, not get your money back.  On average people will be putting this money back into their pocket in approximately 30 days (of course this will depend on the number of cigarettes a day you smoke).

Book your appointment now to become a non smoker for life!

Now, how much is a year of your life worth?

The average smokers life is 14 years shorter than a non smoker.
So by quitting you are literally adding 14 years onto your life.
So if you make $20,000 a year, then certainly a year must be worth at least $20,000 – But we all know, you cannot even really put a price on a year of life. So that is $228,000 you are earning.

So why don’t you take take the money you would have burned up in smoke on cigarettes and invest it in becoming a non-smoker for life?

Book your appointment now to become a non smoker for life!
Call Today on 1300 619 684
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Customer Testimonials

Hi Maureen, You worked your wonders on me on the 16th of January 2013 for smoking and guess what? I haven’t had a smoke or even felt like one! It is truly amazing after smoking for over 30 years I am no longer a slave to the smokes. I feel better (although I was a bit grumpy for a week or so) but that has passed, I can breathe better and my cough has gone. But food tastes so much better so I am trying to watch what I eat. I do get a craving every now and then and it goes as quick as it come…
Giovanni (John) Castellana