are the best stop smoking methods? This report uncovers the truth
about the best ways to give up smoking.
every smoker wants to become a non smoker. We all know what harmful
effects it has on your health, here's just a reminder.
Higher risk of lung cancer
Higher risk of mouth cancer
Higher risk of throat cancer
More coughs and colds
Higher cholesterol levels
Lower fitness levels
Big dent in bank balance every year
Nearly everyone knows this, you've just
got to turn on the TV or look around a health centre to know. It
seems that there's no shortage of reasons to stop smoking but it
just never seems to be enough.
Why aren't these reasons enough and how
does one stop smoking?
Reasoning is just a logical process
which the conscious part of your mind takes care of. In simple terms
the mind consists of two parts, the conscious and subconscious
parts. Habits form in the subconscious part of the mind which is why
people do things without thinking about them.
Smoking is an addiction which means
that the habit is so well programmed into the subconscious that
withdrawal is very difficult. If you've ever wondered why smoking's
difficult to give up then this is the reason. It's stored deep in
the subconscious mind and constantly tells the brain to carry on
smoking. For anyone to give up smoking this deep desire to smoke
must be removed from the subconscious.
But how is this possible?
Lets take a look at some of the main
stop smoking methods people use.
Method 1: Giving up slowly
Reducing the quantity of cigarettes
smoked until it becomes zero.The idea being trying to get your
subconscious to need less and less nicotine until it needs none at
Sounds great in theory but has
If someone say, has a goal of reducing
by one cigarette a day, they usually find that this is too hard, so
then they make it one a week, then one a month, then one a year,
until they get so fed up with their lack of progress they just give
May have worked for some but not many.
If you decide to try this method just don't kid yourself that your
making progress if your constantly slowing down.
Method 2: Giving up completely
straight away (going cold turkey)
Stop smoking all together, just giving
up straight away using your own willpower, until the addiction is no
Why? We already know that a
habit/addiction is subconscious. Willpower on the other hand is a
conscious thought. Giving up cigarettes straight away means that a
battle goes on between the conscious and subconscious mind. This
causes a lot of stress and withdrawal symptoms.
Which part of the mind wins in the end?
The subconscious is much bigger therefore normally wins in the end
(smokers continue to smoke).
Only if you have a very strong will,
should you attempt this method.
Method 3: Nicotine Patches.
I'm sure you've seen these advertised
on TV and how great they claim to be, but are they really that good?
Nicotine is what's addictive in
cigarettes, the idea of the patches is to replace nicotine cravings
and reducing the number of patches slowly. (Similar to reducing the
number of cigarettes slowly).
Most people say that they're completely
useless. And even if they did work all they can do is replace the
addiction, they don't get to the route of the problem. They also end
up costing money.
Try this way if you want but don't
Method 4: Hypnosis
Few people even think of this way because they've no clue what it
is. For those who know why giving up smoking is so tricky (which
this article tells you) hypnosis is the answer.
In short hypnosis means talking
directly to the subconscious part of the mind and get rid of the
addiction without really knowing it. In the case of smoking, it can
wipe out the addiction without the stress or withdrawal symptoms and
the person using it doesn't even need to think about it.
Recommended for anyone who is prepared
to relax and listen to a recording for a short amount of time each
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