Smoking in Pregnacy
18th March 2016
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 A 2016 study from Nottingham and York University reveals that 86% of pregnant women smokers fail to stop, and are still smoking at the end of their pregnancy.

This poses a risk of real damage to both themselves and their babies. There is a danger of the placenta rupturing, which can lead to brain damage,  or still birth.

 This research follows a study from 2012, which says smoking in pregnancy can be linked to ADHD and meningitis.

 If you are pregnant, and still smoking, then Effective Hypnosis may be right for you - see our testimonials.

 Matthew Hall, Master in Clinical Hypnosis

www.effectivehypnosis.co.uk

01895 810772 /07732391008

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