August 17, 2015

Impact of Smoking on Breathing


Most people really enjoy a cigarette after a meal.  Why? Deep breathing can greatly assist in calming down your body and mind. It’s re-energizing and soothing, but did you know that it also aids in digestion?

So why is Deep Breathing Important When Quitting?

A person usually takes approximately 5 deep breaths with each cigarette they smoke. If they smoke 15 cigarettes a day, that is 75 deep breaths a day. People often stop taking those deep breaths as non smokers. As non smokers it is important to fill the lungs and give them a chance to recover from the onslaught of toxins and chemicals that have been going into their lungs, sometimes for years.

Regular Health Checks

Some people become alarmed as they cough up more phlegm over the first couple of weeks of stopping smoking. This usually subsides and if there is a concern then they need to contact their doctor. So the more deep breaths, the quicker the lungs will recover.

Are you Worried about Being a Smoker?

Are you feeling the effects of smoking especially on your breathing? Are you seeking a drug free solution? Maureen Hamilton is a Hypnotherapist and will step you through from being a smoker to a non smoker in just one session and offering a Lifetime Guarantee.

So do you WANT to stop smoking? Call Maureen on 1300 619 684 or go to check out the information on this website.

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