Smoking Leads To A Shorter Life

Sounds like a dramatic news headline, but there is nothing dramatic or comical about it. Smoking certainly does kill people faster which is an awful situation.

Smoking Kills

This man died at age 47 from smoking.

Main Reason for Quitting Smoking

One of the main reasons to quit smoking if you have a tobacco habit is you will feel an enormous relief for quitting as you will start to build your life expectancy. Let’s take a look at some of the ways in which smoking affects your life expectancy so that you can make the decision to change your habits today.

Other Reasons for Becoming a Non Smoker

  • We are all well aware that smoking leads to various serious health problems such as lung cancer, emphysema, and heart disease.
  • Smoking also weakens the immune systems and makes your body more prone to viral and bacterial infections.
  • All of these factors combined contribute to a shorter life expectancy for smokers. Experts estimate that a smokers’ life expectancy decreases by about 10 years in comparison with non-smokers.
  • This number is chilling when you think about it-ten years less to enjoy your family, friends, hobbies, and anything else you cherish about your life. The good news is, quitting smoking will put you back on the track to health and a longer life. The sooner you quit smoking, the sooner you begin to reduce the harmful effects of tobacco so that you can rebuild your life expectancy. This is particularly true if you are a young smoker: according to a study published in the British Medical Journal, smokers who quit before the age of 30 eventually have the same life expectancy of non-smokers. This statistic provides an excellent incentive to quit smoking now, especially if you are young.

There will always be skeptics concerning the dramatic impact smoking has on your life expectancy because there will always be exceptions. There are people who have smoked a pack a day for 50 years and never develop one cancerous cell. Then there are people who are health fanatics who die from some form of cancer when they are only 40. Don’t let the pro-smoking cynics fool you. The aforementioned anomalies are smoke screened (no pun intended) used to cloud out the fact that smoking is extremely and reliably hazardous to your health. It will lead to health problems if you engage in it long-term.

If you want to avoid decreasing your life expectancy, then perhaps it is time to consider the option to quit smoking. There are many factors in life that can lead to an early death, so why willingly engage in increasing your risks? Smoking is a habit and you do have the power to quit. You may not have the power to control how long you live, but you do have the power to control your habits and avoid those that detract from your physical well-being.

This may sound harsh however there are a lot of people out there who love you and would like to see you quit and be around long term.

Are you willing to let smoking cigarettes continue to control YOUR LIFE? 

If  not – Book  your appointment today and make that commitment to be free from the smoking habit.  You can also call 1300 619 684 (It will be answered with Master Your Life Power, Life Coach to Quit Smoking)

You will know for yourself that at the end of the session, you are now a non-smoker.

You won’t feel as if you are giving anything up, or having to cope with not having cigarettes.

You will be satisfied and happy that you have now done what so many people only wish to do.

So what are you waiting for??

Start Now on Your journey to be a non-smoker

Book  your appointment today and make that commitment to be free from the smoking habit.  You can also call 1300 619 684 (It will be answered with Master Your Life Power, Life Coach to Quit Smoking)

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I am so glad I came too see Maureen to become a non smoker with hypnosis because it was extremely helpful, easy and well presented. Best of all I am now a non smoker after many years smoking and having tried everything else.
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Smoking Leads To A Shorter Life was last modified: October 7th, 2018 by Maureen

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