A smoking history can be a hard thing to deal with if you are trying to quit. We always see those few people who are able to quit seemingly with no problems but that is not the way it happens for everyone. Unfortunately this is a very serious and addictive habit and it is usually quite difficult to kick the habit. For the casual smokers it may not be so hard because they just smoke here and there and are not addicted smokers.
Category: Quit Smoking
Smoking is one of the most commonly held habits around the world, and it is actually estimated that more people in the world today smoke than not. Quitting smoking can be very difficult, yet not impossible.
Almost everyone has heard the horror stories: dizziness, irritability, sleep problems, weight gain… While many of the more severe physical withdrawal symptoms usually last a few weeks at most, figuring out how to stop smoking cravings involves more than just weathering this initial storm.
There are a lot of people who are at the point in their life where it’s important to stop smoking. There is no doubt that stopping such a habit is hard but there is no reason why it cannot be done with a little help. While some people have no problem putting the smokes away, others find that they are just not able to accomplish such a feat on their own.
There are various options available to quit smoking. But before trying any of those, you should stand by your decision to quit smoking. Unless you have a lot of willpower, quitting smoking is next to impossible no matter how effective the technique you adopt. Your decision depends upon your habits, personality and bank balance. Let us discuss how to determine the method that best suits you, along with the different methods you can adopt to quit smoking.
by Charles F. Wetherall
This evocative short recording (106 minutes) packs a remarkably powerful message. The author, a former pack-a-day smoker for 20 years, presents a succinct program to help people kick the habit. His technique is simple and based on a few distinct steps: Determine why you want to quit smoking; rank each cigarette smoked for its importance to your lifestyle; gradually reduce the number of cigarettes smoked; quit; and finally guard against a resumption of smoking.
If you are seriously looking for the best way to quit smoking pay attention to the following things.
If you’re going to stop smoking, the first step to take is make the decision to stop. Choose a day you will stop, it can be tomorrow or a more favorable moment, but stop radically because you will have the best chance of success. Only a few smokers manage to quit smoking less each time to finally quit at all. It is unpleasant and not wise to stop slowly because you are actually teasing yourself and maintaining the desire to smoke.
There’s no doubt that smoking is bad for your health, but is it reason enough to give up smoking?
The answer, according to a general consensus by health officials everywhere is a resounding “yes.” Never smoking is one of the best things you can do for yourself, but stopping smoking (even after years of dependency) is next on the list. But how can you quit smoking cigarettes after the years of smoking? And is quitting smoking even worth the effort?
According to three medical doctors writing in the journal Medical Hypotheses, giving up smoking can kill you. The doctors were “struck by the more than casual relationship between the appearance of lung cancer and an abrupt and recent cessation of the smoking.” In 182 of the 312 cases they treated, habitual smokers of at least a pack a day for at least a quarter-century developed lung cancer shortly after they gave up smoking.
Are you looking for an alternative option to help you quit smoking? Counseling and prescribed medications are commonly tried options. Perhaps you’ve tried to quit smoking in the past and have failed because of lack of willpower and determination. In such cases, hypnosis might be the best option. Recent studies show that hypnosis has proved beneficial in a large number of cases.
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