Paulines Story

Let me introduce myself. My name is Peter Gray and I smoked 30 cigarettes a day for nearly twenty years.

Now I don't. And that was because I won this fight many years ago.

Dead CigarettesAfter my moment of truth - when I was forced to accept that I was an addict, not a free man - I knew that this fight was the most important fight of my life. It took me eighteen months to kill the desire to smoke. And that is the key. Smoking is, above all, an emotional problem, a habit, not so much an addiction.

The method I used to become a free man again was almost identical to this. I say almost because what took me a year and a half could have taken much less. Weeks or even days.

There is no drama or special supplements in this method. No 'will of iron' is necessary. And above all there is
no fear. (One of the biggest problems for most of us is our fear of change.)

It is a guide to your enemy. I suggest that you look into this.


Pauline's Story

Lung disease is now the biggest killer in the UK and now accounts for one in four deaths, according to a
report published by the British Thoracic Society,

Pauline Purvis was diagnosed as suffering from emphysema 10 years ago.

For seven years the only treatment available to her was steroid treatment which had terrible side effects and
did not make any real difference. But two-and-a-half years ago Mrs Purvis underwent lung reduction surgery
after taking part in clinical trials.

She says the operation, which involved cutting out the diseased part of her lungs, transformed her life - but
not everyone is so lucky.

This is her story –

Ten years ago my life was not nice.

As anyone with lung disease will know, at times it can be quite frightening because you cannot breathe at all.

It means that you cannot walk very far. You are so restricted in what you can and can't do.

Stairs are a problem, so you need to think ahead and if there are going to be stairs you have to find an
alternative route.

The problem with something like emphysema is that it is an invisible disease. You can look perfectly well but
in fact you are probably feeling ghastly.

But the operation gave me my life back.

Beforehand I was crawling up stairs, unable to get up without having to stop and take a rest.




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