Sunday, April 20, 2008

Stop Smoking in 5 Days with Smoker's Last Chance Home Work Shop



What is the Smoker's Last Chance Home Workshop?

The Smoker’s Last Chance Workshop is a 5-day computer and audio program which uses a combination of education, behavior modification, and self-hypnosis to help you stop smoking. On completion of the program, you will no longer be a smoker. Each day you will smoke less than the day before. On the 5th day, you will not smoke at all. With the help of the Smoker's Last Chance Home Workshop CD-ROM and the hypnosis CD’s, scores of people have already done it.


So important are the health benefits of smoking cessation, that AmeriPlan® is offering a 40% discount for all AmeriPlan Health® members who join the Smokers Last Chance Workshop. AmeriPlan™ members pay just $83.40 for the full program—a 40% discount off the regular price of $139.

Just sign up for any of the following AmeriPlan Health programs:


Basic Health - $29.95 per month for an entire household. Includes savings on physician visits, ancillary services, hospital advocacy and a 24/7 nurseline to answer any medical questions that you may have. This plan also provides savings on diabetic supplies, hearing aids, mental health services, lab services, imaging studies, physical therapy and health screening.


Total Health - $39.95 per household per month. This combines all of the services in the Dental Plus and Basic Health programs. The plan includes Dental, Vision, Prescription, Chiropractic, Physician visits, Labratory tests, Imaging Studies, Ancillary Services, Hospital Advocacy, 24/7 nurseline, and additional services.


Total Health Plus- $59.95 a month per household. This is the complete package. This includes everything in the Total Health package plus the AmeriPlan Auto Club, AmeriPlan Identity Theft Assistance, and AmeriPlan Legal.

Reasons to stop smoking

According to the CDC Smoking and Tobacco Use Fact Sheet, “Smoking harms nearly every organ of the body; causing many diseases and reducing the health of smokers in general. The adverse health effects from cigarette smoking account for an estimated 438,000 deaths, or nearly 1 of every 5 deaths, each year in the United States.”


Everyone knows that tobacco use is one of the chief causes of lung cancer, but smoking has also been linked to other forms of cancer as well. According to the CDC, smoking has been implicated as a cause of cancer of the bladder, oral cavity, throat and larynx (voice box), esophagus, cervix, kidney, lung, pancreas, and stomach, as well as a possible cause acute myeloid leukemia.
Smokers are 2 – 4 times likely to develop heart and artery disease than nonsmokers, and the risk of stroke is doubled in the smoker. It is known that smoking has a direct effect on the blood vessels and is a major cause of peripheral vascular disease.


It is well known that smoking is a direct cause of emphysema and chronic obstructive lung disease. According to the CDC, 90% of all deaths attributed to chronic obstructive pulmonary disease are caused by cigarette smoking.


Pregnant women who smoke run the risk of low birth weight babies, preterm delivery, and stillbirth. Postmenopausal women who are smokers have an increased chance of developing osteoporosis and associated hip fracture.


Smoking also causes cosmetic problems such as nicotine stains on the teeth, bad breath, and odor on clothing. Consider the social issues of smoking such as complaints from non-smoker family, friends or co-workers.


There are so many reasons to quit smoking today. However, smoking can be one of the most difficult habits to break. That is why the educational, behavior modification, and self hypnosis approach of the Smoker's Last Chance Home Workshop is so effective.





5 comments:

Jimmy said...

Addiction is a term that is more often than not meant in the negative sense. Getting addicted to anything, even if it is something that is ideally good is not advisable. The word addiction usually makes us remember of all the unhealthy things like smoking, drinking, drugs etc. Among them smoking is undoubtedly the most widespread addiction. Interestingly for most of the smokers who are keen on quitting, a staunch will power is what they actually need as opposed to the modern concepts like chantix. For all those who are unaware of the term, chantix is a drug that assists in quit smoking. However, if you do not have the will power and the mental strength, no quit smoking drug can help you.

Anonymous said...

People need to quit advertising Chantix and I'm almost certain one of thier field reps is going around to these non-smoking sites and advertising it.

If you are serious about quitting smoking you need to use the internet wisely and find truth amongst all these 'studies'.

Only 22% of the people that actually quit using this 'solution' actually... quit.

The only way is to QUIT.

Period.

Helene said...

Thanks for pointing this out. Actually the Smoker's Last Chance Home Work Shop does not use any drugs.

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