Smoking? To smoke or not to smoke?

How much more can your lungs take?

Unless you live in a sealed bubble, they’re already exposed to all sorts of pollutants in your daily life. Of course if you lived in a bubble, you probably wouldn’t be reading this.

Here’s what you should be breathing, if air were pure. About 78 percent nitrogen, 21 percent oxygen, and 1 percent carbon dioxide and argon. Trace gases include krypton, methane, neon, helium and hydrogen.

There are six major air pollutants – : photochemical oxidants and ground-level ozone, carbon monoxide, sulfur oxides, nitrogen oxides, and lead. None of these are good for you – they wouldn’t be classed as pollutants if they were.

Telling somebody to stop smoking doesn’t stop them smoking, but if you’re a cigarette smoker, you’re voluntarily adding to the pollutants in your lungs with the contents of your cigarette as shown above. Why? Your lungs are having a hard enough time already, coping with stuff they weren’t designed for.

Stop making things worse – stop increasing your chances of wrecking your health.

If you want to stop smoking, I can help you do it. No matter how many a day you smoke, I can help you stop. Try me.

Phone me on 01256 704769 or 01252 724111, or email me david@davidreidhypnotherapy.co.uk. Or visit my websites davidreidhypnotherapy.co.uk or missionhypnotism.co.uk

If you think you might be interested in becoming a Hypnotherapist yourself, visit SurreySchoolofHypnotherapy.co.uk for details