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Date:12/14/2007

Hypnosis will help Illinois smokers comply with new law

CHICAGO, Dec. 14 /PRNewswire/ -- Chicagoans voice passionate opinions about the Smoke Free Illinois Act taking effect January 1. Smoke Free Illinois makes it illegal to smoke in or near any public place, with fines up to $250.00.

Non-smokers are thrilled to get rid of those foul fumes. People who have yet to kick the habit are furious. Further forced into exile, smokers can't even huddle by the door anymore: they're banned within 15 feet of a building's entrance.

Smoking is not only not cool anymore ... it's nearly impossible.

Positive Changes Hypnosis Center Chicago can help smokers become non-smokers. Most of the center's smoking clients stop after their first hypnosis session. Some say a slow goodbye to cigarettes; they quit with several sessions.

"Now that I'm a non-smoker, I realize that I was out of control. This was the easiest and most comfortable way to quit," says Joanne, who'd smoked since high school. Her doctor is delighted too!

Gordon was "smoking about half a pack a day for 45 years before I stopped smoking through Positive Changes Hypnosis." While he'd tried the patch and gum without success, he agreed to appease his wife by giving it one last try. Gordon was amazed at how easy it was to quit with hypnosis.

72-year-old Lois didn't really want to quit. Smoking was her last rebellion and her only remaining link to youth. But with her family nagging her daily, she finally decided to let hypnosis "make her want to give it up." Nothing else had worked for Lois, and it took six sessions. But she cut back every week until she broke the habit that had gripped her for over half a century.

Chicago area smokers who are ready to be smoke-free can get started with a free consultation at Positive Changes by calling 773-725-3200.

Positive Changes Hypnosis Center Chicago is owned by Karen Hand and Catherine Johns. Since 1987, the Positive Changes network has helped tens of thousands of North Americans change their behavior ... and change their lives.

Contact: Catherine Johns (773-391-7794) or Karen Hand (773-725-3200)

catherine.johns@positivechanges.com

karen.hand@positivechanges.com

http://www.positivechanges.com


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