The Best Stop Smoking Tips And Aids


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The Best Stop Smoking Tips And Aids

  1. 1. The Best Stop Smoking Tips And Aids
  2. 2. Lately, everyone seems to have a collection of stop smoking tips. Even the tobacco companies offer programs and methods to stop smoking for those who are interested. There are good reasons for pushing people to quit. Major health organizations, like the American Cancer Society, consider the 435,000 yearly deaths attributed to tobacco use preventable. If only people would quit smoking cigarettes and using other forms of tobacco or better yet, don't start.In recent years, advertising campaigns that target teens have been banned. State laws make it illegal for anyone under the age of 18 to purchase cigarettes. And, in some states, you can be prosecuted for buying cigarettes for someone who is
  3. 3. underage.[]
  4. 4. Sadly, recent surveys have shown that smoking is on the rise among young adults ages 18-24 and less than 3% of smokers in all age groups quit each year. We obviously need the collections of stop smoking tips and more effective methods to stop smoking.A recent study published by the American Association for Cancer Research is interesting, but may not have practical applications. What if someone paid you to quit smoking?
  5. 5. Regardless if your approach is by weaning yourself off slowly, quitting cold turkey, or through other methods, breaking your pattern is important. This is something that can be achieved by recognizing your triggers and what you're doing when you grab your pack and smoke. If you are into the physical feeling of actually holding a cigarette or inhaling the smoke, you can try methods that work around this. For example, you can try eating carrot sticks that have been soaked in sugar water, taking deep breaths to simulate inhaling, having candy or licorice nearby, or trying electronic cigarettes.
  6. 6. The results? 43.3% of those who were "paid" attended all of the classes and 25.8% actually quit smoking. Only 20.2% of the other group attended classes and only 12.2% quit. Researchers used urine tests to confirm that those who said they had quit were telling the truth.What does this really tell us? The people who quit without any financial incentive probably really wanted to quit. If you read collections of stop smoking tips, as I have, you will see that one of the most important factors is the "desire" to quit.If you really need financial incentive, look at how much you spend on cigarettes every day. Even if you smoke a pack a day or less, you are spending about $100 per month on
  7. 7. cigarettes. Make a promise to yourself right now that if you can quit for a month, you will spend that $100 on something that you really want.
  8. 8. Another possible quit smoking tip is stop smoking herbs. This can be a way to stop smoking without any kind of chemical aids. Alternatively, herbs can be used as a supplement to some other aids that you are using.Not all stop smoking tips will help quit smoking. The resolve to quit smoking really is very hard work. There are a lot of available alternatives on how to quit smoking for free. It will take a lot of self help, determination, and great resolve. But once you have set your mind to it, it is doable!Believe in yourself. Trust that you are able to stop. Think of a few of the hardest things you have done in your life and recognize that you have the backbone and determination to stop
  9. 9. smoking.
  10. 10. There are numerous stop smoking tips and aids out there, but what is important is making sure that these coincide with your triggers. This goes along with virtually anything that represents a life change, whether it involves quitting, dieting, saving money and so forth. Try to find a means to distract and reward yourself so that you can break those habits and trigger your brain into action during urges. You can even try simple techniques, like keeping a rubber band around your wrist to snap when you feel a craving, triggering your brain into action.Have you decided that it is time for you to quit smoking but you don't know if you can? Perhaps you have attempted to quit and can't. It may
  11. 11. help to understand a little about the addiction and re- evaluate your reasons for wanting to be tobacco free forever.
  12. 12. They may have been prompted to make their decision to stop smoking because of some smoking related family tragedy or just because they're fed up with the constant smell of smoke on their clothes. Whatever the reason... they 'Just Quit.' They made their decision and were happy with it, knowing deep down that they were doing the right thing. The incredible feature of these people who seem to find it easy to 'just stop' is that they don't complain about wanting to smoke but not being 'allowed', they aren't bothered by other people smoking and they get on and enjoy life without craving nicotine.
  13. 13. If you can change your mind about smoking you can quit easily, happily and permanently.Here are some stop smoking tips that will help you quit nicotine easily and permanently.Stop relying on old, outdated methods that rely mainly on willpower!You're ready and dedicated to quit smoking. You're willing to do whatever it takes right? This type of commitment is to be admired but the bad news is. It's not going to be enough!
  14. 14. In order to be successful you will need to make some changes in your lifestyle. They are not hard changes but you will need to make a concentrated effort to change some of the things you have been doing. There are many things you can do to reduce the urge to smoke when it hits you. Below is a short list for you to consider that have been proven to help people quit smoking.
  15. 15. Try to imagine how much healthier and happier you and your family would be if you could kick the habit.Find a proven method that fine tunes your mind without the need for will power!In spite of the all the ineffective methods for stopping smoking, there are in fact a few effective ones.ones that DO NOT rely on pure will power or artificial aids.One such method is called Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) and it is without a doubt the easiest and fastest way to quit smoking permanently. NLP fine tunes your subconscious so the desire to light up disappears. There is no will power involved outside of actually following through with the instructions.
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