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Letter From The ParaDocs Team

Dr. Gary Snyder's "Just Stop" smoking cessation program is being reintroduced nationwide. Thanks to the many requests for its return and the recent availability of the specific herb formula, "Just Stop" is now available.   With the reintroduction of Dr. Snyder's remarkable "Just Stop" smoking cessation formula, smokers can end the devastating depletion of their health once and for all.   We are pleased to bring an enhanced  "Just Stop" program to the market.  "Just Stop" is a proprietary herbal formula designed to ELIMINATE  nicotine cravings and help you on their road to stop smoking.     For most smokers, withdrawal symptoms begin within two hours of quitting and can take months to subside, which most often results in failure to quit.   When taking "Just Stop" cravings, irritability and other...

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WHAT HAPPENS WHEN YOU QUIT SMOKING (Part 1)

The First 12 Hours After You Stop Smoking Twenty minutes after their last cigarette:  Heart rate begins to drop back toward normal levels Two hours after you quit:  Heart rate and blood pressure will be close to normal  Increased blood flow will start to warm the extremities  Nicotine withdrawal symptoms begin at this stage, with intense cravings, anxiety, tension or frustration, drowsiness or difficulty sleeping, and increased appetite All these symptoms are greatly reduced or eliminated with "Just Stop" Twelve hours after you quit: Carbon monoxide in the body decreases, allowing the oxygen in the blood to return to normal levels  This is what is happening in just the first twelve hours after you decide to quit   "JUST STOP"

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WHAT HAPPENS WHEN YOU QUIT SMOKING (Part 2)

Twenty-Four to Seventy-Two Hours After You Quit Smoking Twenty-four hours after you quit:  Risk of coronary artery disease, which is 70% higher in smokers, starts to decline  Risk of heart attack is also reduced Forty-eight hours after you quit: Nerve endings affecting smell and taste will start to re-grow  Ability to smell and taste will begin to improve Seventy-Two Hours After you Quit:  With nicotine out of the body, the withdrawal symptoms begin to peak, and physical/emotional symptoms heighten These symptoms include: ·       Headache ·       Nausea ·       Cramps ·       Sweating ·       Anxiety ·       Irritability ·       Depression This is when quitting smoking becomes especially difficult and most smokers fail. With "Just Stop" all of these symptoms will be greatly reduced or eliminated. You...

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WHAT HAPPENS WHEN YOU QUIT SMOKING (Part 3)

Two Weeks to Nine Months After You Quit Smoking  Two to three weeks after quitting:·The body begins to regenerate and heal  Circulation and heart function will improve significantly .  Lungs will begin to clear, allowing easier breathing. ·Physical activity will be possible without feeling winded One to nine months after quitting: The cilia inside the lungs will begin to repair, pushing mucous out of the lungs and allowing the body to fight off infection Coughing and shortness of breath will continue to decrease dramatically  Withdrawal symptoms normally take 3 to 9 months to go away completely after quitting. The length of time it takes varies depending on how long and how often you smoked before quitting.

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LONG-TERM BENEFITS OF QUITTING SMOKING

With "Just Stop" withdrawal elimination will occur in the first week.                                                                           Long-term benefits of quitting smoking One year after quitting: Risk of Heart Disease drops to half that of a non-smoker Five years after quitting: Risk of Stroke is the same as a non-smoker with five to fifteen years Ten years after quitting:  Risk of Lung Cancer will drop to half that of a smoker (90% of lung cancer deaths are caused by smoking) Risk of oral, throat, esophagus, kidney, pancreatic plus other...

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