SMOKING BEHAVIOUR REDUCTION AND SOCIAL SKILL IMPROVEMENT BY SUBCONSCIOUS MIND PROGRAMMING OF BANGKOK, PATTANI, YALA AND NARATHIWAS ISLAMIC BOARDING SCHOOL STUDENTS
Keywords:Smoking Behavior Reduction, Nicotine Dependence, Islamic Boarding School Students, Social Skills, Subconscious Mind Programming
The purposes were to reduce smoking behaviour and improve social skills by subconscious mind programming in Islamic boarding school students. Four hundred Islamic boarding school male students who were 15 to 18 years old with at least one year smoking history from Bangkok, Pattani, Yala and Narathiwas voluntarily joined to quit smoking and improve social skills using subconscious mind programming by listening to specialized MP3 sound files before sleeping at night and after praying in the morning consecutively for two months with questionnaire tracking of change in smoking behaviour daily and social skills improvement monthly. It was found that Fagerström Test for Nicotine dependence and heaviness in smoking index have reduced to very low level significantly with significant increase of social skills. It was also found qualitatively by interviewing them that they felt bad smoking odour, irritated by cigarette smoke, no smoking craving nor smoking relapse. In summary, subconscious mind programming helps quit smoking, improve social skills, and enhance physical and mental health as well as boost memory and concentration.
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