Have you wanted to stop smoking, but haven’t really known
the right way to stop? What if I told you that within a week from starting this one stop smoking program you could be SMOKE FREE forever? It’s really not as hard as you may think. In this eBook you will learn how you can be smoke free.
If you smoke…
•You will be twelve times more likely to die from lung cancer.
•You will be ten times more likely to die from some form of lung disease.
•You will be ten times more likely to die from cancer of the larynx.
•You will be six times more likely to die of heart disease.
•You will be twice as likely to die of a stroke.
Facts about Smoking:
•The Center of Disease Control and Prevention has reported that tobacco use remains the leading preventable cause of death in the U.S., causing more than 440,000 deaths each year and resulting in an annual cost of more than $75 billion in direct medical costs.
•Nationally, smoking results in more than 5.6 million years of potential life lost each year.
•Every day, nearly 4,000 young people under the age of 18 try their first cigarette.
•Smoking harms not just the smoker, but also family members, coworkers and others who breathe the smoker’s cigarette smoke, called secondhand smoke.
•Among infants to 18 months of age, secondhand smoke is associated with as many as
300,000 cases of bronchitis and pneumonia each year.
•A teenager who has a smoking parent or two smoking parent’s is more than twice as likely to smoke then a younger person whose parent’s are both nonsmokers.
•Pregnant women who smoke are more than likely to deliver babies whose weights are too low for the babies’ good health. If all women quit smoking during pregnancy, about 4,000 new babies would not die each year.
•More than 6.4 million children living today will die prematurely because of a decision they will make as adolescents – the decision to smoke cigarettes.
•Cigarettes are the leading cause of fire death in the United States.
•Tobacco use kills more people than the total number killed by AIDS, alcohol abuse, motor vehicle accidents, homicide, illegal drug use,
and suicide combined.
Even if the number of smoking-related deaths were cut in half, they would still kill more people than all the other causes.
•Quitting smoking makes a difference right away – you can taste and smell food better. Your breath smells better. Your cough goes away.
•Quitting smoking cuts the risk of lung cancer, many other cancers, heart disease, stroke, other lung diseases and other respiratory illnesses.
If you stop smoking now you can increase your chances of living from two to twelve times longer and save thousands of dollars in medical expenses and the cost of cigarettes.
In this eBook you will learn why and how you should stop smoking today! You owe it to yourself and your family to stop smoking!