Some of you may or may not know that the 31st of May is the annual World Health Organization's 'World No Tobacco Day'. Obviously this is a day to raise global awareness about the obvious and harm effects of smoking and using tobacco.
The aim is to encourage all smokers to quit cigarettes as well as any other form of tobacco consumption. This is a wonderful initiative and you may have noticed more and more of these kinds of 'awareness raising campaigns' happening. Not only on a global scale, but also on a national and local government level.
This all seems to have happened when scientific evidence was found that smoking cigarettes and nicotine does actually cause cancer. For the longest time this was not proven, but then it was proven.
Once these findings were released, then began campaigns, labeling on packets and restrictions on places to smoke. Our governments are always in a constant juggling act between protecting a huge revenue maker and protecting the health of the Australian public.
So lets support this day. If you're a smoker and want to quit cigarettes, perhaps you could cut down the smokes you have that day, or maybe not even smoke at all to show your aupport of this healthy initiative.
The choice is always yours.
Yo your health,
BSc (Psych), Grad Dip Applied Psych
Specialist Hypnotherapist "Quit Cigarettes in 60 minutes"
Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP)
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