so YOU WANT TO STOP SMOKING?
If you have a deep desire to become a "non smoker" and free yourself forever of this habit, then Dr Lyn can help you achieve just that. Lyn's expertise over a span of 38 plus years has helped thousands of individuals to stop smoking.
Helping them live healthier and happier lives.
Our Clinic is based on the belief that our clients' needs are of the utmost importance. We are committed to meeting those needs. As a result, a high percentage of our Client/Patients are from referrals.
It may also be nice for you to know that our clinic has an extreamly high success rate.
Smoking Cessation. SPECIAL OFFER
FROM MARCH 2018 T O JUNE 2018 SPECIAL OFFER
Just £125 for 2 sessions of SMOKING CESSATION to include a free CD worth £20 as a back up to your treatment.Our well tried and tested techniques over the past 38 years are available only at the Hypnotherapy and Relaxation Clinic Risca.
Why you should Stop Smoking
WELL HERE IS SOME VERY GOOD REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD STOP SMOKING.
- 1 If you only smoke one packet of cigarettes per day for one year at a cost of £9.70 per pack of say Lamburt & Butler this will amount to an incredible £3.500 per year per person or £68 per week.
- Has a smoker you pay this amount to cough and slowly kill yourself
- 2 Its the major cause of toung, throat and lung cancer.
- 3 Its the major cause of emphysema a crippling lung disease where upon you cannot breath towards the latter part of life and you die by slow agonizing suffocation
- 4 You cut your life span as a smoker by at least ten years as well as suffering from physical illness for years as you get older.
- 5 How much do you need to know before you stop smoking.
- 6 Don't be foolish enough to think it will never hurt you, there are thousands upon thousands who have died from smoking in the last couple of years who have though that way.
- 7 All smoking related disease is irreversible
- 8 So stop now and enjoy life, not just now.At the clinic we have helped thousands of people stop smoking for the past thirty years. let us help you to.
We look forward to meeting you and assisting you, in becoming an ex smoker.
Best wishes and God Bless. Dr Lyn Bateman. PhD.,D.Sc.
Smoking is the largest preventable cause of ill health, accounting for120,000 premature deaths every year in the UK.
COPD is an umbrella term which covers many well known smoking-related lung diseases. They include chronic bronchitis, emphysema, chronic obstructive airway disease and chronic airway flow limitation.
It currently costs the health service around £500 million each year but it is hoped improved diagnosis and treatment of the condition could significantly reduce this staggering bill. COPD progresses slowly and sufferers do not normally seek medical attention until their disease is quite advanced. Although smokers in their thirties may have early COPD, they often attribute their symptoms to a "smokers cough" and modify their daily activity to avoid exercise which provides breathlessness. By the time they seek help it may be to late for appropriate treatment.Smoking is responsible for over 95 per cent of cases of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. It is a common disorder in which lung damage over a long period of time impairs the flow of air in and out of the lungs and causes breathlessness.
Lung cancer is the commonest cancer in the UK and causes about 30,000deaths every year in England and Wales. Although non smokers can get lung cancer, the risk is about ten times greater for smokers and is also increased by the number of cigarettes smoked per day and the number of years of smoking.
The risk of lung cancer in an ex-smoker falls to the same level as a non smoker after 10 years plus.If the UK population stopped smoking lung cancer would gradually become less common. Only a minority of patients with lung cancer can be cured, although the cure rate is slowly rising with improvements in treatment.
Currently roughly 10% of patients can expect to be cured (i.e. alive 5 years after diagnosis with no evidence of the cancer having come back again). It is estimated that almost 60 percent of people diagnosed with lung cancer die within one year of their diagnosis, and nearly 75 percent will die within two years.
These rates have not improved over the past 10 years. The overall five-year survival rate for all stages of lung cancer is only 16 percent. Although the chance of survival is typically poor with lung cancer. However, all the remaining incurable patients can benefit from palliative treatment which can improve quality of survival.
Our professional help is only a phone call away, so call now so we may help you achieve your goal. Tel: 01633 615050