The Smoker’s Profile

smoking-cessationSmokers are more likely to: get colds & flu, get cataracts & macular degeneration, have problems getting pregnant, become impotent, develop premature facial wrinkles, develop stomach ulcers, have memory problems, have problems sleeping or falling asleep.  Smokers are more likely to have shortness of breath & wheezing, have high blood pressure, have diabetes complications, have circulation problems, have gum disease & yellow teeth, and develop emphysema, chronic bronchitis or asthma.

Why then, do people continue smoking?? Nicotine is addicting and the addiction controls the smoker.  Breaking a nicotine addiction is hard work.  Quick fixes for addiction rarely work.  Your chances of quitting alone with no support are about 5%.  Our “I Quit for Life” program will give you the tools to stop your nicotine addiction.  Call today and let’s talk about how we can help you regain control over your life.