A look at the causes of cancer has found out some surprising information. While smoking is still the biggest cause of cancer and cancer fatalities around the world, poor eating habits, excessive alcohol intake and obesity are also being increasingly linked to cancer.
As we head into a New Year, we’ve decided to look back at a story from the tail end of 2016. Quite a shocking acknowledgement in fact. That cigarette makers of Camel, Newport and Marlboro designed their products in order to keep users addicted to the nicotine. This altered their brain function, killing over 1000 Americans daily.
Check out the latest testimonial from Eileen Sonsini on why the Anne Penman Laser Therapy programme worked for her:
New research has suggested that there is a 35% risk of breast cancer is women who smoke compared to non-smokers.
For woman who started some quite young, even as teenagers, they are at more risk than other segments for at least 20 years after quitting.
A new study has found that in general, woman are finding it harder to quit smoking than their male counterparts. In a recent study conducted on mice, by scientists, they found that the difference in smoking patterns and smoking effects between genders are down to the way nicotine impacts the brain-gut relationship.
Guess what? Today’s the third Thursday of the month. And it’s not any Thursday. It’s the Great American Smokeout. What is this event you may ask? It’s an event that originated back in America in 1977 by the American Cancer Society. Since it’s inception, its grown to be a worldwide event. The goal of today is to get smokers either to make a plan to stop smoking or to challenge them to stop smoking for a day. These may be small steps, but this could help people take control and enable them to go smoke free for good.
Ever heard of the “Hawthorn effect”? Aimed at the improving the production in workers, not many had heard of this term outside the world of psychology.
Workers conditions were changed. Such as working hours, lighting, breaks and more. Due to the changes implemented, the productivity of factory staff improved, and absenteeism was cut dramatically.
During past twelve months we have been surprised by the increase in clients looking for help to deal with stress, anxiety and insomnia. Some have become regular clients who stopped smoking and fell in love with the laser and others by word of mouth. There has also been an enormous increase in people visiting our website to request information and ask how our programme can help them so I thought a short blog explaining the benefits of The Anne Penman Laser Stress and relaxation programme might help you understand how modern technology is for dealing with life’s challenges.
Let me introduce you to two special members of my family, Honey and Kandi. They are my favourite stress busters, they listen to my worries and concerns, provide endless love and support and much-needed exercise every day.
Today sees the start of Stoptober in England as the Department of Health launch a national stop smoking campaign, and in support here in Scotland, we are launching our own ZAPTOBER campaign to help encourage the Scottish nation to quit smoking!