Habits & Addictions

Russell Hemmings
Habits and addictions are so deeply engrained in our behaviour patterns that even if we want to break them, it is almost impossible without those vast reserves of willpower that many of us just don’t have.

A word on smoking... all smoking!
First off, there is no safe form of tobacco use. All forms contain nicotine and can cause addiction and health problems. This does include hookah smoking, but let’s look at the most popular world-wide, the cigarette. A cigarette is a combination of cured and finely cut tobacco, reconstituted tobacco and other additives rolled or stuffed into a paper-wrapped cylinder. Many cigarettes have a filter on one end. More than 4,000 different chemicals have been found in tobacco and tobacco smoke. Among these are more than 60 chemicals that are known to cause cancer. Studies have proven that smoking cigarettes causes cancer. It also causes heart disease and stroke.

Knock down the old and build new!
When I work with a client with this issue, the first challange is always to break the habit or addictive cycle – that in itself is good news, however, I strive for something else, aiming for even better news. We replace the bad with good, so double the return.

But, it’s a habit, how can I break free?
Fact. Bad habits can prevent you from accomplishing your goals. They waste your time, your money and your energy. The challange is to re-focus the negative into a positive, I can help you forge new habits, good ones that bring beneficial improvements to your everyday life, through health, wellbeing and renewed confidence.

So whether you want to quit smoking, leave behind something detrimental to your wellbeing, stop overeating or caving into temptation, I have developed a range of cutting-edge techniques to help you kick your habit. You can discover the ‘new you’ your mind can learn to adopt new patterns of behaviour, so that you will be able to turn your back on temptation and embrace a new, healthier you.
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