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The reasons for quitting smoking are endless, but what happens when
you give up smoking?
Well there are two phases, the withdrawal phase and the given up
phase, one's pleasant, but the other's difficult. You may have
guessed which is which.
Withdrawal phase: The difficult phase
When first giving up smoking, the brain constantly tells you, that
you need another cigarette. This is because when your brain is used
to getting nicotine and will do everything in its power to get you
to give in when its deprived of it.
Such things include:
Getting you to kid yourself that you're only smoking because
you want to.
Stressing you out till you give in
Taking advantage of you're state of mind (when you're
Keep on reminding you about smoking
And many more
I'm sure you get the idea. The withdrawal phase is hard to get
through and the only easy way out, is to start smoking again. If
you're successful in giving up smoking then the next phase, is the
given up phase.
Given up phase: The pleasant phase
When the brain no longer craves cigarettes. You've successfully
given up smoking and can now enjoy the benefits
Great sense of achievement
Lower risk of lung cancer
Lower risk of mouth cancer
Lower risk of throat cancer
Less coughs and colds
And many more
When giving up smoking you'll have to go through the tough
withdrawal phase before being able to get to the given up phase.
Always remember that any efforts and difficulties that you need to
go through are worth it in the end.
Is it possible to Skip the withdrawal
Phase and go straight to the given up phase?
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