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  1. Quit Smoking NOW! By Holly Mann
    When you were a little kid you didn’t think to yourself, “I want to be a smoker when I grow up.” Can anyone honestly say that smoking cigarettes is not a bad thing? Besides harming your health, damaging your skin, staining your teeth and distressing loved ones – what’s to gain?My mom quit smoking 1 year ago today! She had been a smoker for 18 years. When I was growing up I tried everything to help her to stop or to convince her to stop smoking. But, she wasn't ready or willing to quit. It was …


  2. Stopping Smoking? Consider Hypnosis! By Matt Godson
    Nicotine Replacement Patches? Gum? Pills? There are many stop smoking "products" on the market that you can choose. So why should you consider hypnosis?1) Hypnosis is a "process", not a "product"Hypnosis permanently changes your attitude towards smoking. Its power comes from your desire to become a non-smoker. Hypnosis literally "switches off" any thoughts of smoking.Patches and Gum do the opposite - by using these products you are subconsciously saying "There is something that I need in a cig…


  3. How To "Really" Quit Smoking By Angie Lewis
    Quitting smoking is the hardest commitment you will ever make in your entire life. I know this because I’ve quit a lot of bad habits, including addiction to alcohol, and quitting smoking was by far the most difficult.Did I say commitment? You may be thinking, “Whoa now, quitting smoking sounds too hard if I have to make a commitment”.I quit smoking four times before I “really” quit smoking. This is what usually happens with smokers. They want to quit but they really don’t want to quit. So when…


  4. Bolster Your Willpower with Stop Smoking Hypnosis Therapy By Paolo Basauri
    What is Stop Smoking Hypnosis Therapy? If you're a smoker, you've no doubt been alerted— by family members, doctors and even perfect strangers—to the dangers of smoking. Cancer, emphysema and heart disease are only some of the health issues associated with long term smoking habits. If you're ready to quit, but just can't find the willpower, you should strongly consider a stop smoking hypnosis …


  5. What About Cigarette Filters? By Jane Thurnell-Read
    Cigarette smokers are at danger of more than nicotine when they smoke. Tobacco smoke contains many different chemicals including benzene, formaldehyde, styrene, and carbon monoxide, all toxic chemicals with known effects. Nicotine is broken down by the body to an even more addictive and long lasting substance – cotinine.But what about the filters? The filters are usually made from cellulose acetate, and studies have shown that smokers commonly ingest and/or inhale some of these fibres. This ha…


  6. Stop Smoking with Hypnosis and Without Cravings or Weight Gain By Jennifer Burgess
    The dangers of smoking have been studied and analyzed for years. The detrimental effect of smoking on people’s health and their activities is now public knowledge, and many people who have become addicted to smoking are now looking for ways to quit.Most stop-smoking programs work at increasing the individual’s strength to resist the desire to smoke. They rely on willpower, and for most people that is the worst method for quitting smoking. Willpower fluctuates like moods and emotions. One d…


  7. Quit Smoking Tips, Ways and Support: A Step to a Better Life By Jasdeep Singh
    Nobody need to be told the ill-effects of the smoking. Even then, smokers find it very hard to give up smoking permanently. Nicotine, an integral part of cigarette, is an addictive substance. As you try to give up smoking, your way of life changes. The natural tendency of your body would be to oppose this change as by now, it has become hungry for nicotine. But, smoking has unlimited side effects which cant be ignored. So, here are some tips to give up smoking in a planned and a more comfortab…


  8. How To Quit Smoking By Rob Mellor
    It has very many repercussions on the life of the smoker and those around him. It leads to lung cancer and various heart diseases like asthma and emphysema. We should thus abhor this deadly disease and quit smoking.Quitting is not easyBut to actually quit smoking is not easy, because it is an addiction. However there are very many ways and methods that help us to quit smoking for instance we can opt for acupuncture therapy or aromatherapy. We can also opt for non-nicotine cigarettes or go for …


  9. Getting Ready to Finally Quit Smoking By Rob Mellor
    Whether you’re going to stop naturally which I recommend or using medication of some sort. It's important that you stay focused and plan before you quit smoking.Why? I hear you ask.Let me tell you why...I tried to stop smoking once a few years ago. It was the first time I had tried. I didn't plan or prepare, I just decided I was going to quit. I believed the hype about patches so I just brought a couple of packs to do me the week and smoked my last cigarettes that night. In my mind it was, 'I'…


  10. Advice - How to Quit Smoking - Part 2 By Tyler D Falls
    Day 1 The first craving you have for a smoke, wait 1 hour before you let yourself have it. What I mean is, when your about to go out for your first smoke, wait for at least a hour. Go as long as you can if you can go longer. If you are at work, try and wait for your next coffee break or lunch break. So you should go as long as you possible can before having your first smoke. Then I am sure you need to give in, so go ahead, and don’t feel bad, it’s going to take time.Day 2 Repeated day 1, but t…


  11. Smoking Fetish Of Women By Chris Read
    According to one of the researches, it has been found that the smell and taste of cigarettes play a greater role in women's smoking behavior than in that of men. Another study found that cognitive-behavioral therapy aimed at changing attitudes about weight promotes smoking cessation by women. Even if we compare their stats with men, we’ll be surprised to know that the guys who smoke are one out of every three. However, while smoking as well as smoking-related deaths from such diseases as lung …


  12. Smoking and Dental Health Are More Intimately Connected Than You Would Imagine By Vanchau Nguyen
    Smoking and dental health are more intimately connected than you would imagineImagine losing a portion of your cheek at the age of 18? Medical research indicates that smokers are six times more likely than nonsmokers to develop oral cancers. Even those addicted to smokeless tobacco (snuff or chewing tobacco) can develop cancers of the cheek, gums and lining of the lips, increasing the risk by about 50 times. Oral cancer is in fact one of the most devastating effects of smoking. In fact, the d…


  13. Varenicline: A Cure for Smoking -Or a Smokescreen? By Sara C
    One of the holy grails of the pharmaceutical industry is to design a drug that would cure or, otherwise significantly reduce nicotine cravings i.e. cure smoking. There are 48 million smokers in the U.S. and 45 million of them would, surely, give anything to quit. So, to conquer that market would mean immeasurable wealth to the victor. With this in mind, there is a potential blockbuster drug currently making its way through the regulatory hurdles that shows promise: Varenicline.There are as man…


  14. Quit Smoking By Mike Mor
    Consider this:Already since 1972, over 60 million people in the USA alone have successfully quit smoking!At one stage over 60% of the adult population was addicted to this drug. Today it is 28% and dropping.Now, isn't this a fair thought.If all these people can do it (60 MILLION OF THEM!) - and they include EVERY TYPE of person imaginable - surely that is PROOF that IT IS POSSIBLE to successfully quit smoking.Here's another Fact.We now know from the latest scientific research, that although ni…


  15. Quit Smoking Help and Tips: Open Your Eyes to Ill-effects of Smoking! By Jasdeep Singh
    Nobody need to be told the ill-effects of the smoking. Even then, smokers find it very hard to give up smoking permanently. Nicotine, an integral part of cigarette, is an addictive substance. As you try to give up smoking, your way of life changes. The natural tendency of your body would be to oppose this change as by now, it has become hungry for nicotine. But, smoking has unlimited side effects which cant be ignored. So, here are some tips to give up smoking in a planned and a more comfortab…


  16. Quit Smoking: Why People Do Bad Things (Even When They Know They Shouldn't) By Jill Binder
    Do you do Bad Things? Even though you know you shouldn't?It's not your fault. It really isn't. You know you should stop doing it, but no matter how much you know that, and how much you try, you just can't stop!Everyone knows how to lose weight. Don't eat fattening foods. Exercise. Everyone knows how to give up smoking. Don’t light the cigarette. Yet having this knowledge just isn't enough. Sometimes even having the desire isn't enough! Time and again I hear about people who get really close to…


  17. Quitting: A Former Smoker's Story By Judith Schwader
    Every time I attempted to quit smoking was a valuable rehearsal, and every method I tried brought me that much closer to finding what ultimately worked for me.Remember this, and keep trying. You will find YOUR best way to quitting smoking. Every time you quit and start again is one time closer to the final quit. If that hardly seems like a pep-talk, well, a non-smoker reading this really doesn't get the picture anyway; they never can. And nothing about quitting is peppy to a smoker.So here are…


  18. A Psychological Approach To Quit Smoking By Terje Ellingsen
    Smoking habits in most cases have to do with psychological addiction. It is not the lack of nicotine that represents the hardest obstacle to quit smoking. Though overcoming the physical cravings for nicotine can be difficult, overcoming psychological addiction to smoking can be even more challenging. A couple of weeks after you have stopped smoking, your body doesn't crave nicotine anymore, which means that the physical addiction is over. What remains is the physical manifestation of tobac…


  19. Quit Smoking - What Needs to be Done? By Rob Mellor
    Revolutionary move is the need of the hour. Smoking is the deadly disease of the day that is taking our society in its grip by leaps and bound. Every second person that we see around is inhaling and exhaling the cigar. Smoking has become a habit of many and people take it very casually. It has become a symbol of fashion and modernism.How smoking is startedMany people start smoking as a step towards socializing. They do so to show the society that they are also a part of it and can gel well wit…


  20. Quitting Smoking By Dave Markel
    Quitting smoking is considered to be one of the most difficult things to achieve. Many people try to give up a few times before succeeding completely. Smokers generally have both physical and psychological dependencies on cigarettes. The physical attribute can be related to the nicotine cravings that many people have when they have not had a cigarette for a certain period of time. This amount of time differs between various people and how much they smoke. The psychological part can have many i…


  21. How to Overcome Smoking By Rob Mellor
    “Quit Smoking” is the slogan of the hour. We all know that smoking is hazardous to health. It has very severe ill effects like respiratory problems, lung cancer, breast cancer, bronchitis, emphysema, reproductory problems, etc. It is thus the need of the hour that we should free ourselves from the clutches of the deadly disease. But it is not an easy task to actually quit smoking completely once a person has started it. Smoking makes a person its slave and he becomes addict to its use.Difficul…


  22. Quit Smoking: 21 Shocking Smoking Facts, The Tobacco Companies Don't Want You To Know By Ben Adams
    Smoking is a global problem. It is estimated that one in three adults smoke, with over 1 billion people smoking worldwide. The majority of these smokers reside in countries on the low end to the middle of the socioeconomic spectrum. Of this majority, about 80% live in low and middle-income countries. The total number of smokers worldwide is expected to keep on increasing each year.The worldwide popularity of tobacco use varies by social class, historical era, and culture. Historically, smokin…


  23. Stop Smoking Aids By Danna Schneider
    Stop Smoking Aids - Natural Ways to Quit Smoking with the Help of an Herbal Smoking Cessation ProductQuitting smoking is often one of the top New Years resolutions for people far and wide, and yet many more thousands seem to pick up the habit every year despite increasing health warnings, skyrocketing tobacco prices and increased awareness, and more advanced stop smoking aids being offered to the public.Nicotine is one of the most highly addictive controlled substances on the market today. An…


  24. A Quit Smoking Hypnosis Exercise By Terje Ellingsen
    Here is a quit smoking hypnosis exercise you can use to stop smoking. Try it, because it might just help you in utilizing your mind power to stop smoking like it has helped many other tobacco addicted people. Reading the text and doing the quit smoking exercise at the same time is very impractical, so I recommend that you read the text aloud while you tape it. Play the tape each time you're doing this stop smoking exercise. The exercise combines traditional self hypnosis with NPL or Neuro Li…


  25. All The GREAT Benefits You'll EXPERIENCE When You QUIT Smoking! By Sean Riain
    Within 20 minutes ………… you can expect……..... your blood pressure and pulse rate to return to normal. The temperature of your hands and feet will also have returned to normal.Within 8 hours ………… you can expect………….......your blood oxygen levels to have increased to normal limits and carbon monoxide levels to have dropped to normal.Within 24 hours ………… you can expect…………...your risk of sudden heart attack to have substantially decreasedWithin 48 hours ………… you can expect……...... nerve endings to…






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