A Little Known Fact When Quitting Smoking And How To Stay Quit

Have you ever gotten yourself in a situation where you have quitted smoking for perhaps 1, 2 or 3 weeks, sometimes even months or years only to find yourself crawling back to square one as it if it was a snake and ladder board game? You find yourself picking up the cigarette and lighting it away again? I have to admit. I did. That is because I was lacking of something, of which I had to learn the hard way. And maybe this is perhaps why I am sharing my experience with you so you could avoid this mistake in the future. I’m sure you would know that most of time, smokers use the excuse of “releasing stress” to smoke. For some reason, this “release stress” has become a reality which in fact is not. The only reason you feel relaxed are due to the soothing of the nicotine addiction. The fact is… you do not need cigarettes in your life! The problem: Many have associated cigarettes can actually release stress that it became the truth. So after awhile, when a person which is going through the process on quitting smoking is incapable of handling stress, guess what he turns to? Cigarettes! The solution for this is, not only must you quit smoking, you must also: Find The Alternatives For Relaxation And To Release Stress! When you…

6 Tips For Quitting Smoking

If you are currently a smoker, quitting the habit could be one of the most important things you will ever do in the next part of your life. In fact, if you quit now, you will most likely be adding seven years to your life. While many people try to quit and fail, it is not an impossible task. Thousands of people, just like you, have decided to quit and have succeeded. You too can be among the successful former-smokers. Here are six tips that will help you to quit smoking once and for all: Success in all spheres of life begins with firm determination. If you are wishy-washy you can never do anything. However, if you make up your mind, once and for all, that you are giving up the habit, whenever a craving comes, you will remember your vow and not give in. If you sit idle there is more chance that you will light up your cigarette and relax. Fill your spare time with sports and vigorous activity. Try to feel how good it is to get your blood circulating and breathing the air deeply. If you are not the athletic type, then brisk walking will have the same benefit as other kinds of sports. If going to a bar or pub means that you are going to have a drink and then light…

Natural Help for Quitting Smoking

Natural Help for Quitting Smoking

There is no magic bullet that will make quitting smoking a snap, but some people do find certain aids to be more effective than others. And it’s always a good idea to support your health and body through such a change, as a healthy body may make quitting easier. For those who would like to stop smoking by trying a more natural approach, here are some ideas that may help. There are plenty of herbal options (and they’re legal!) to ease the nicotine habit. If you like, you can purchase an herbal blend specifically mixed for smokers who want to quit. These usually come in tea or tincture form. You can also make your own blend or use single remedies. Here are some herbs that may be effective. Some people worry that they will gain weight when they stop smoking. Focusing on healthy foods may help prevent this, and also help your body handle quitting better. A recent study at Duke University found that certain foods and drinks – particularly meat, caffeine, and alcohol – make cigarettes actually taste better. This explains, in part, why coffee and cigarettes used to appear together in advertisements, and smoking almost always occurs in bars where alcoholic beverages are served. Avoiding these foods and drinks may make cigarettes less palatable. Common caffeine-containing foods that you might avoid include: On the other…

How to Determine Which Method for Quitting Smoking is Right for You

How to Determine Which Method for Quitting Smoking is Right for You

If you have told others that you want to quit smoking, you have probably been given lots of advice. Some of this advice may be fine, and some may be ineffective, and still other advice may be harmful. What works for one person may not work for another. If you need some help determining which quitting method is right for you, look carefully into the various quitting methods. Here is a brief overview to help you get started in your research. Cold Turkey We all know that smoker who says he or she went “cold turkey” and never had another cigarette. But honestly, that’s pretty rare, and you may not be cut out for that kind of systemic jolt. However, it is an actual method and bears mentioning. Whether or not you go cold turkey depends on a few factors, such as: NRT Nicotine Replacement Therapy (NRT) is an option for those who prefer gradual withdrawal. NRT involves alternative means of delivering nicotine into your system. Lozenges and chewing gum that contain nicotine can be purchased over the counter. Nicotine patches require a prescription, and go onto your skin like an adhesive bandage. Inhalers that contain nicotine-laden mist also require a prescription. Electronic cigarettes are not considered a form of NRT officially, but they do deliver a nicotine-containing mist via a plastic tube that looks like a…

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