Entries by Max Kirsten

Liam Payne finally quits smoking

Liam Payne finally quits smoking for the sake of his son after employing services of hypnotist Max Kirsten who also helped Adele give up The new dad turned to expert Max Kirsten, who also has helped Ewan McGregor the habit From Simon Boyle’s Bizarre column 15th October 2018, 10:51 pm HE’s spent years trying to […]

If I can stop smoking – Anyone can stop smoking!

Stopping Smoking with Max Kirsten It was  a little over two years ago that I quit smoking.  I never thought  I would be able to quit! I smoked a pack a day! I never was one to smoke a whole cigarette, but I still went through a pack a day.     I was ready […]

Save your skin: stub out the cigarette!

It is barely over a month since new year resolutions were made and already they are being broken as fast as children’s Christmas toys. Seventy per cent of smokers say that they want to stop smoking and it is a safe bet that many resolved to do this, and equally certain that most will relapse. […]

The best way to beat the weed

There are a bewildering number of methods that claim to help smokers quit. SIx a Addicted writers tried some of the most popular – with very different results

I beat smoking with Quitnosis

Did you fail to quit the ciggies? And again for the New Year? Perhaps No Smoking Day next Wednesday will be your time. The British Heart Foundation have launched their annual campaign and claim that the average smoker will save £7 a day if they manage to kick the habit.

Are you in denial?

Denial is a defensive coping mechanism for not facing up to the reality of nicotine drug addiction. There are over 40 chemicals found in cigarette smoke that are known carcinogens – that’s 40 good reasons to give up smoking now! Tobacco smoke is more dangerous to health than nicotine.

What makes nicotine addictive?

The human body builds a tolerance to nicotine and the effect of the drug is reduced over time. In 1988 the U.S. Surgeon General concluded that nicotine in tobacco is addictive. Nicotine addiction is similar to heroin or cocaine addiction.