Motivations

We provide you with a variety of motivation cards with interesting and worth knowing contents. With the Flamy Pro version you get access to the whole content.

Deal with your addiction

If you need additional assistance before or during smoking withdrawal, we advise you to read a book about becoming a non-smoker. Because the more you get to grips with the subject, the more likely you are to become smoke-free. 

To increase your chances of success we recommend this book

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Smoking leads to cell damage

In the past, smoking has led to vitamin deficiency, resulting in cell damage. The consequences are bad skin and premature aging. It makes sense to replenish these deficits during withdrawal, you need vitamins A, C and E for this.

We recommend Spirulina Chlorella capsules.

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Toxic tobacco smoke deposits

When smoking, toxic particles are released from the tobacco smoke. Even when the cigarette is long gone, clothing, hands and hair stink of tobacco. Even in ventilated apartments the dangerous residues last a long time. For children, this represents an enormous danger as soon as they come into contact with the contaminated surfaces and absorb the substances.


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More relaxed living in the long term

As a non-smoker, you release much less stress hormone than a smoker, as they are constantly struggling with withdrawal symptoms. Hold on now and be more relaxed forever. 


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Do you feel the freedom?

Does a free person go outside several times a day at sub-zero temperatures, only to be told afterwards that he smells like cold smoke? Never let yourself be guided by your constraints again. Enjoy your newly acquired freedom from now on. 


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Smoking is harmful to the environment

Between 2000 and 2005, 13 million square kilometres of forest were cleared exclusively for tobacco cultivation. 

 


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140,000 deaths per year in Germany

In Germany, around 140,000 people die prematurely every year from the consequences of tobacco consumption, mostly from lung cancer, circulatory and respiratory diseases or stomach ulcers. 


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One cigarette will hurt you

Within a few seconds, nicotine stimulates the metabolism, accelerates the heartbeat, narrows blood vessels, increases blood pressure and floods the entire body with the stress hormone adrenaline. 


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It's never too late!

According to researchers at the Canadian Centre of Global Health Research, it makes sense to stop smoking at any age. Normally, the lifetime consumption of cigarettes costs 10-12 years of life. However, those who stop before the age of 44 can increase their life expectancy by nine years. At least 6 years to 54 years of age. 


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Would you burn 125.000 Dollar voluntarily?

Smokers pay for their truck with a high price. Apart from a lot of money, they get wrinkles, residues on teeth and of course they pay with their health. An average smoker spends 125.000 Dollar in his life on cigarettes. Is it worth it? 


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