I came to Alan in 1998 and it was the best thing I have ever done and now I detest smoking a cigarette and the smell of cigarette smoke. I can't thank Alan enough for helping me and giving me and my family a healthier life.Thank you so much Alan........Bobby
The Three Main Stages of Smoking a Cigarette.
The pictures of a cigarette below are split into 3 parts with an explanation of each third when smoked.
Stage 1 - the First 3rd
After the first few draws of a cigarette, the serious harm begins.
Smoke must travel through the entire length of the cigarette and carrying with it tar and nicotine, which is then concentrated in the last 3rd of the cigarette.
Small particles of nicotine and other chemicals are now starting to irritate the very delicate tubes inside the lungs.
Stage 2 - the Second 3rd
With more smoke being inhaled and the chemicals are starting to coat the tubes with an oily tar substance, forcing them to produce very thick phlegm.
The lining of the tubes are now more prone to infection by germs, causing even more damage.
Stage 3 - the Final 3rd
The tobacco smoke which is now being inhaled is so concentrated with tar that it coats the lungs.
It is causing more irritation and producing much more clinging phlegm than the other two parts that were smoked put together!
Hi Alan, I first visited you in 2008. It was on June 1st at 4.15 pm. I had been smoking 40 cigarettes a day and You were my last resort! I would like to tell you that I haven't had a cigarette since. I visited you again 2 weeks ago to help with my weight problem. I know I will succeed once again. Thank you for all your help. You're a star.
I attended Alan's clinic 25 years ago to help stop smoking 40 per day and thanks to this day it has worked a treat. 25 years smoke-free! If I am tempted to have a cigarette I would right away get the thought of a smelly dirty ashtray and that's enough to put me off! Alan, thank you so much for your help and support.