Statistics show that children are most likely to start smoking between the ages of 15-16. There are many factors to suggest why teenagers are starting to take up smoking at a young age. Two thirds of smokers start the bad habit before the age of 18. Studies have shown that teenagers have tried a cigarette at as young as 11.
Reiki is an Japanese healing technique that is becoming increasingly popular. One for this, is because of its ability to help smokers quit, and also help fight the bad effects from smoking. Here’s just how it can help:
More and more smokers are turning to the e-cigarette as quit method or exchanging their smoking addiction believing they are choosing a less harmful and a safer option which may or may not be the case. At the Anne Penman Clinic, in Glasgow, we are now receiving more calls asking if we can do anything to help stop vaping.
So you’ve decided to quit smoking. Congratulations! But before you go head first into stopping cold turkey please read our stop smoking checklist. It is put together by professional stop smoking experts to help give you the best chance of stopping and staying stopped.
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.
I grew up hating smoking, I hated touching cigarettes, I hated the stinking smell – I hated everything about them, and as a teenager, I made my feelings known. However, like many of our clients by the end of my teens, I too, had become a confirmed addict.