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Smokers considering quitting the habit have good news with the launch of “Quit Cigarettes in 60 Minutes™” program by Focus on Balance

05-27-2011 10:18 AM CET | Health & Medicine

Press release from: Scoresby Medical & Specialist Centre

Smokers considering quitting the habit have good news with the launch of “Quit Cigarettes in 60 Minutes™” program by Focus on Balance

According to statistics, there are approximately 5.3 million smokers in Australia who smoke on average 18 cigarettes per day per smoker. But at present fewer than 1 in 5 Australians smoke. These new data reveals that smoking rates amongst Australian adults have dropped 15 % points over the last quarter of a century, from 34 % in 1980 to 19% in 2007. This shows that Australians are eager to quit smoking and going in the right direction to a healthy lifestyle. The Australian government has banned smoking in public places, which has helped to increase the awareness of negative effects of smoking. When combining these policies with increased awareness of the negative side effects of tobacco, as well as proper policing of under-aged smokers, it is hoped that statistics will continue to fall.

Giving up smoking cigarettes means reaping a number of benefits. For example, chances of experiencing a heart attack or stroke are decreased by 50%, chance of getting lung cancer decreases, coughing, sinus congestion, tiredness and shortness of breath will improve, increased circulation, smokers can save a lot in not purchasing tobacco related products, such as: lighters, ashtrays and cigarettes, no more yellow teeth or fingers, smokers will begin to feel and look younger as smoking causes wrinkling and premature aging, life insurance and premiums may go down and most of all a smoker will be proud to have overcome one of life's hardest challenges.

In order to help out those keen to quit this harmful habit, Focus on Balance, managed and operated by Ruth E. Stuettgen offers a novel alternative medical treatment for those who are keen to quit smoking with her “Quit Cigarettes in 60 Minutes™”program. Ms. Stuettegen of Scoresby, Victoria says that this program uses hypnotherapy as the basis of treatment and it uses advanced Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) techniques which lead smokers' subconscious to believe that cigarettes are detrimental to their health. “Quit Cigarettes in 60 Minutes™” is a confirmed method which offers a lifetime guarantee of becoming and remaining a non-smoker after just one session of 60 minutes.

Ruth E Stuettegen, is a fully qualified practitioner proficient in treating people with smoking habits, with the aid of NPL techniques and hypnotherapy.
Media Contact :
Ruth E Stuettgen
Focus on balance
Tel: 9763-5005
1300 88 08 91

Focus on balance offers various therapy programs geared towards nurturing human wellness. Some of the key therapies offered by the company include “Quit Cigarettes in 60 Minutes™” program and Reiki treatment. The treatment center is located in Scorsby, Victoria and is a registered business in Australia.

Scoresby Medical & Specialist Centre
1401-1403 Ferntree Gully Road,
Scoresby, Vic. 3179

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