Nearly half of cancers (over 130,000) diagnosed in the UK each year are caused by avoidable life choices including smoking, drinking and diet, research reveals. Smoking is the biggest culprit, causing 23% of cases in men and 15.6% in women, says the Cancer Research UK report. This is followed in men by a lack of […]
What would you and your partner do with over half a million pounds £532,304.10 to be precise? Spend it on cigarettes perhaps? Well, if you and your partner both smoke 60 cigarettes a day between you, and you both smoke for another 50 years, this is exactly how much it will cost you.
Simon has reportedly started to undergo hypnosis to kick the habit, as it has been claimed that the star’s friends and family want him to try and quit. The X Factor USA judge has been smoking for almost 44 years despite his family’s history of health complications, and he admitted that his New Year’s resolution was to try and give up his 15-a-day. A source says,
It was reported today in The Sun that Kate Moss is the latest celebrity to turn to hypnotherapy. She follows a long list of high profile stars to successfully kick the habit using, what research shows is the best way to stop smoking.
A Office for National Statistics report, based on research on 13,000 people, has discovered that 63% of smokers in Britain wanted to quit. Not much of a surprise I hear you saying. Well it certainly wasn’t to us, but it went on to say that they find it hard to go even a day without smoking.
As a society we start to pick up inappropriate habits right from childhood. Things like using food as a treat or reward. “If you’re a good girl you can have a sweet/biscuit/ice cream” or who remembers a parent saying something like “eat all your dinner and you can have a pudding” or “you must eat all your dinner as there are starving people in Africa”. This is just one area where we are hypnotised in our life into inappropriate beliefs.