Teen Smoking

Teen Smoking

Teen smoking can cause not only physical problems but also a variety of cognitive and behavioural problems, including attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and memory loss, and has been associated with lower IQ in teenagers.

Children who are routinely exposed to second-hand smoke from cigarettes and cigars may suffer not only medical problems such as asthma, colic and middle ear disease but also damage to their nervous systems, affecting the development of their intellect and reasoning abilities.

Teenagers get addicted to every substance faster than adults and once addicted have much greater difficulty ridding themselves of the habit – not just in their teen years but throughout the rest of their lives.

Break the Psychological Habit of Smoking

Break the Psychological Habit of Smoking

With Hypnosis and NLP you can address the biggest challenge you have – breaking the psychological habit of smoking.

Many people who consider quitting smoking feel that their true choice is being taken away from them.

If you feel that not smoking means you are being deprived of something, you are more likely to start smoking again at some stage. This is because you have not broken the psychological habit of being a smoker.

Are You Battling To Give Up The Smoking Habit?

Are You Battling To Give Up The Smoking Habit?

Are You Battling to Give Up The Smoking Habit? The majority of enquiries that I receive daily are from people who wish to stop smoking. Nowadays it is becoming increasingly unacceptable for a person to be a smoker which creates a lot of pressure on a person. This pressure, in addition to a belief that it will be difficult to quit the habit, can leave a person feeling overwhelmed and weak. These feelings can be so strong that willpower and discipline alone are often not enough to change this pattern of behaviour.
There are a number of considerations to be cognisant of before embarking on a journey to quit smoking……..