TAKE BACK YOUR HEALTH,
YOUR SELF-RESPECT,
and YOUR LIFE!


ssMitchell B. Mays, D.C., C.Ht. has been a Primary Health Care Provider since 1978, as a Licensed Chiropractor. He has employed Guided Imagery and N.L.P. Techniques for Pain Management since 1987.

As a Hypnotherapist and Chiropractor; he has unique insights into the mind-body “model” of health and healing. Since studying Kappasian Hypnotherapy, he has expanded his focus in helping his clients create wellness in all area of their lives and achieve self-empowerment with great success. The Stop Smoking Program is one of his many passions.

Ask yourself the following questions…


  • Do you REALLY want to stop?

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  • Do you have any fears about stopping?

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  • Have you stopped and started again before?

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  • Do you smoke cigarettes automatically, without even being aware of it?

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  • Are there times when you go many hours without smoking and it doesn't bother you?

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  • Do you often find a cigarette in your mouth and not remember putting it there?

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If you answered YES to any of these questions; then YOU ARE READY!

Ready to BREAK FREE of Smoking today with Mitchell B. Mays’ Seven Days to Smoke Free Program easily, effortlessly without struggling, without stress and without weight gain.

Some Beneficial Changes
within the body when you
STOP SMOKING


  • Within 20 minutes of the Last Cigarette

    The Blood Pressure adjusts to natural levels, pulse rate adjusts to normal levels and the body temperature of the hands and feet increase to normal.

  • Within 8 Hours of the Last Cigarette

    The Carbon Monoxide level drops to normal and the oxygen level in the blood increases to normal.

  • Within 24 Hours of the Last Cigarette

    Chance of heart attack is significantly decreased.

  • Within 48 Hours of the Last Cigarette

    Nerve endings start to re-grow and the ability to smell and taste improves.

  • Within 72 Hours of the Last Cigarette

    Bronchial tubes begin relaxing and lung capacity begins to increase.

  • Within 2 Weeks to 3 Months of the Last Cigarette

    Circulation in the body improves and lung function increases up to 30%

  • Within 1 to 9 Months of the Last Cigarette

    Coughing, sinus congestion, fatigue, and shortness of breath decreases. Cilia is re-grown in the lungs, increasing the ability to handle mucus and reduces infections.

  • Within 5 Years of the Last Cigarette

    Lung Cancer death rate for average smoker decreases from 137 per 1,000,000 to 72 per 1,000,000 people and after 10 years to almost the rate of a person who never smoked.

  • Within 10 Years of the Last Cigarette

    Precancerous Cilia are replaced and other cancers such as those of the mouth, larynx and pancreas are also decreased.

All these Benefits are lost if
ONE CIGARETTE A DAY
is Smoked