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10 tips on how to become a non-smoker

Posted by Yvette Allen on 10 September 2017
10 tips on how to become a non-smoker

It is not an easy process doing it on your own and these tips will only help if you want them to help.  If your conscious mind is blocking you from giving up smoking then you need a little help from your unconscious mind to overcome that.

So, here are my 10 tips to becoming a non-smoker.

  1. Decide why you want to become a non smoker

  2. Make sure that you are doing it for yourself and not because of someone else

  3. Decide on a date by which time you want to be a non smoker

  4. Write a list of all the positive things you like about smoking

  5. Write a list of all the negative things you do not like about smoking

  6. Every time you want a cigarette, write down what the emotion is that makes you feel the need for a cigarette

  7. Write down every cigarette you have, where you were and what you were doing.

  8. How long did it take you to enjoy a cigarette from the very first time you smoked one?

  9. Keep a diary of how much you spend on cigarettes, and also lighters, matches and any associated costs

  10. Before smoking a cigarette close your eyes and imagine how this will be going affect you in 5 years' time.

The journey is not easy - there is no doubting this, however, the good news is that you can do it and many before you have successfully given up smoking - FOR EVER!!

And along the way, you may need some help - so talk to me and I'll guide you to a smoke free new you.

Yvette Allen

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Are you suffering from stress?

Posted by Yvette Allen on 10 September 2017
Are you suffering from stress?

Are you suffering from stress?

Answer Yes to any of the following that you experience:

Physical Symptoms

Psychological Symptoms

Headaches (migraine or tension) Anxiety
Backaches Depression
Tight muscles Confusion or a feeling of "spaceiness"
Neck and/or shoulder pain Irrational fears
Jaw Tension Compulsive behaviour
Muscle cramps or spasms Forgetfulness
Nervous stomach Feeling overloaded or overwhelmed
Nausea Hyperactivity
Fatigues or lack of energy Mood swings
Cold hand and/or feet Problems with relationships
Tightness or pressure in the head Dissatisfied with life
High blood pressure Unhappy with work life
Skin conditions/allergies Difficulty concentrating
Teeth grinding Frequent boredom
Digestive upsets (cramping, bloating) Frequent irritability
Rapid heartbeats, pounding even at rest Restlessness
Stomach pain or ulcers Frequent worrying or obsessing
Hypoglycemia Frequent feelings of guilt
Appetite change Temper flare ups
Profuse perspiration Crying spells
Overeating or Emotional eating Nightmares
Undereating Apathy
Use of alcohol, cigarettes or recreational drugs
when wanting to forget
Sexual problems

 

Evaluate your stress level

Number of Y's

Stress Level

0-7 Low
8-14 Moderate
15-21 High
Over 22 Very High

 

If your score is over 15 you need to seek ways to alleviate your stress levels. 

You can try meditation, walking in the fresh air, or breathing exercises.

If your score is over 22 you may need help. 

If you ignore high stress levels you are leaving yourself wide open to Stroke, Heart Attacks and other medical conditions which are associated with stress.

Therefore, it makes sense to see a professional for help. 

For more information and simple, effective ways to reduce your stress level, speak with me.

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