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  • 5 Tips To Help You Quit Smoking For Good  By : Terence Young
    There is little dispute these days that smoking is harmful to your health. The statistics are alarming to say the least, accrediting smoking to a whole host of illnesses many resulting in death.
  • Natural Stop Smoking Methods  By : Mike Singh
    In order to stop smoking cigarettes, non-medical natural stop smoking methods are widely available. Read on to find out more ...
  • You Smell Bad  By : Mike Durand
    Maybe you do not notice this. And you are walking around thinking you look nice. You lost a little weight. You have a good haircut finally. Your clothes look nice. You are driving a hip car.
  • You Will Never Stop Smoking Until You Read This  By : Taff Martin
    This article is not about taking the moral high ground and preaching about the benefits of giving up smoking. It is just a simple article about what worked for me - a 47 year old guy who had been smoking for over 30 years and ended up on 60 cigarettes a day. I reckon if I can do it then perhaps this article will help others to seriously consider giving up.
  • Quit Smoking by Hypnosis  By : Jonty Smith
    This article examines how hypnosis can succeed in helping smokers beat their cigarette habit. Rather than focusing on smoking as a physical addiction, we can now look at it as a psychological addiction.
  • Debunking the Glamour of Smoking  By : Jonty Smith
    This article will attempt to explain that smokers can only successfully quit the tobacco habit if they untangle the knots of reasons they have created in their mind. Debunk the glamour and you destroy the habit.
  • Hypnosis for Stopping Smoking – Kick the habit, get a life!  By : Richard MacKenzie
    I have often been asked if hypnosis for stopping smoking is indeed an effective means to kick the butt, and my reply has always been affirmative. Hypnosis, recent research has proven, affects smokers very noticeably.
  • Smoking: 4 Reasons of Why You Should Quit.  By : Stanislav Karpunin
    Knowing the reasons of why you want to quit is an important fist step. Being clear about your reasons, can be a very powerful tool. You have probably seen many articles, telling you how to quit smoking, but without a proper motivation...
  • Quit Smoking with Self Hypnosis  By :
    With the help of a self hypnosis program, you can overcome your craving for cigarettes.
  • Smoking Cigarettes is an Addiction  By : Mike Durand
    Over the years, the tobacco companies have tried a lot of campaigns to convince consumers to smoke. There was the rugged and handsome Marlboro man that showed his masculinity with a lit cigarette in his mouth or hand.
  • About smoking addiction  By : Knut Holt
    Here is a survay of the factors that contribute to the addiction to smoking and nicotine.
  • How Much Money Do You Spend On Cigarettes  By : Mike Durand
    The average cost of a pack of cigarettes is around three dollars and fifty cents. That’s not a lot right? Maybe not, but it can add up quickly.
  • Best Known Ways to Quit Smoking  By : Jeff Flow
    Do you want to quit smoking? Check out the best known ways to quit smoking here.
  • Kiss Me Not  By : Mike Durand
    Not everybody is motivated to stop smoking by the same things, we know about the health issues so lets look at some of the other reasons to quit smoking
  • Choosing a Hypnotherapist to Stop Smoking  By : Jason Johns
    One of the best ways to stop smoking is through hypnosis, but with a multitude of hypnotherapists, how do you pick one that works for you?
  • Quit Smoking by First Planning to Quit  By : James Theiss
    One way to quit smoking is to do a bit of planning before giving up cigarettes.
    Although the cold-turkey technique works for some people, the vast majority of smokers will have success only with a more comprehensive plan.
  • Quit Smoking – You Can Do It  By : David Chandler
    Quit smoking, easy for people to say unless they have been there. Here are a few tips to consider when you are ready to quit smoking. In addition, remember, do not quit quitting, you will succeed one of these days.
  • Some Of The Health Risks From Smoking  By : Gregg Hall
    Scientific evidence of the health risks posed by smoking go back to the 1950s. Figures from the US government show that 28% of males 18 years old and above and 23% of females in the same age bracket were into the habit in the mid-1990s.
  • Some Health Risks Created By Your Smoking Habit  By : Gregg Hall
    By smoking, you are putting yourself at several health risks. Cigarettes contain several different toxins and chemicals that move throughout your body, leading to different types of problems. These vary from mild problems to severe health risks that may even lead to death. Following, are six of several health risks that are probable in relation to smoking.
  • How to Quit Smoking For Yourself  By : Gregg Hall
    Thousands of people are addicted to smoking, and, every day, thousands of people fight the battle of breaking this addiction. But, how can someone go about successfully quitting smoking? There are many reasons to quit, but the most important reason is for your self.
  • The Invention Of A Safer Cigarette  By : frank vanderlugt
    Nicotine addiction has become a public-health concern in virtually every nation on Earth.
    Warnings about the health risks of smoking were muted until the 1950's and 1960's, when a series of unsuccessful lawsuits forced the issue into the public eye. Not until the 1990's would a lawsuit be won by the plaintiff. However, the American Surgeon General first demanded that warning labels be placed on cigarette packages started in 1966
  • Want To Get Rid Of Bad Breath? Quit Smoking!  By : Gregg Hall
    One of the effects that smoking has on you is that it causes bad breath as well as other dental problems. There are several reasons why smoking causes problems with your breath and oral hygiene. While there may be some temporary fixes to banish bad breath, the easiest way to get rid of the bad oral hygiene is to quit smoking.
  • The Psychology of Quitting Smoking  By : Nicky Pilkington
    Many experts believe smoking is only about 10% physical addiction and a whopping 90% psychological addiction. Your body will recover fairly quickly from nicotine withdrawals (the worst symptoms usually abate in three days or less), but your psychological dependency on cigarettes can be much more difficult to defeat.

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