The Love Quitting Smoking program is not about giving anything up – it is about gaining the freedom to truly live your life on your terms. July 23rd will absolutely be an independence day opportunity for all women smokers in all stages of life.
Santa Fe, NM (PRWEB) July 4, 2006
July 23rd is the day a new program developed specifically for women to quit smoking will launch. On this Independence Day, women smokers will adopt a simple, comprehensive, customized plan that will lead to freedom from cigarettes 5 to 7 weeks later.
The Love Quitting Smoking program offers women a healthy alternative to the usual pain and frustration of giving up cigarettes, using the latest scientifically proven research.
Joey Keim, the programs developer, understands women smokers. She says, "I experienced so much pain trying over 20 different ways to end my long-term addiction. I was determined to discover why so many women and I were having extreme difficulty even if we really wanted to stop. In studying new research, I discovered the solution and created this quit-smoking program especially for women.”
Fact is, 75% of women smokers want to quit and 50% attempt unsuccessfully each year despite numerous programs and aids on the market. Why? Keim explains “The physical pain and emotional sadness that usually occur in the withdrawal process over the first 4 weeks leaves women feeling that they can’t live happily and function in their day to day lives without cigarettes. So they start again. With every attempt, they encounter the same problems and the cycle continues…”
Keim has identified key factors that make it harder for women to stop smoking. Her program addresses these issues so women smokers can achieve positive results while increasing productivity, focus and overall life happiness.
1. Women start smoking for different reasons than men.
2. Nicotine is absorbed differently in women’s’ bodies resulting in a stronger physical addiction.
3. Hormones and blood sugar levels play an important part in setting a quit date and getting safely through detoxification.
4. Specific exercises, foods, drinks and supplements can greatly minimize withdrawal symptoms during different phases of detoxification.
5. Women are more likely to succeed when involved in support groups outside of their usual circles.
In addition to all the obstacles women face when quitting smoking, traditional programs advise women (and men) to avoiding all the places and activities they did while smoking (at least in the beginning). This causes undue stress and a deep sense of loss. Keim says” The Love Quitting Smoking program is not about giving anything up – it is about gaining the freedom to truly live your life on your terms. July 23rd will absolutely be an independence day opportunity for all women smokers in all stages of life.”
The Love Quitting Smoking mission is to research and use the best information available to develop and offer programs that assist women in living life to the fullest.
To attend a free teleseminar and receive more information on the Love Quitting Smoking program visit http://www.women-quit-smoking.com/lovequittingsmokingprogram.html