The Easy Way To Stop Smoking (Part one)

The Easy Way To Stop Smoking (Part one)

46,000,000 Americans smoke. 70% want to quit.

Cigarette smoking is responsible for more than 480,000 deaths per year in the United States, including more than 41,000 deaths resulting from second-hand smoke exposure.

Smoking causes cancer, heart disease, stroke, lung diseases, diabetes, and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), which includes emphysema and chronic bronchitis.

Smoking also increases the risk for tuberculosis, certain eye diseases, and problems of the immune system, including rheumatoid arthritis.

There are a lot of different ways to give up smoking, but research shows you’ll have the best chance of quitting if you take the following steps: Take time to prepare yourself mentally; get support and encouragement from people around you or professionals; learn new skills and behaviours to help you cope without cigarettes; get medication and use it correctly, and prepare yourself for difficult situations and setbacks.

Ready to give quitting a go? Here are the answers to the questions you’ll need to succeed:

  • Why should I quit?
  • Why is it so hard?
  • What is your story about starting smoking?
  • How did you go about it?
  • How long did you last out?
  • Have you tried to give up smoking before?
  • Before you read further, please answer the questions above.

First, stopping smoking isn’t the real problem. Every time you put a cigarette out, you stop smoking and there are always logical reasons to stop. Everyone knows that and the reason stays just as logical the second day or the third or the 100th. The problem is not stopping, it is preventing yourself from starting again and that’s got nothing to do with logic at all. Secondly, all the health scares don’t make it easier to stop, they make it harder.

Yes, they make you nervous. Justifiably, but what do you do when you are nervous?

You have a cigarette, exactly. It’s a vicious circle. Not logical but that’s what I’m saying. We are not talking about logic at all. All these reasons for stopping are unanswerable arguments.

Blind us to the truth of the situation. By concentrating on them we lose sight of the key question which is: why we do it first place. By stealing ourselves for the ordeal to give up increases the power of one of the main factors that make giving up so hard, to begin with.

I am talking about the feeling of sacrifice, the sense of loss, deprivation. The feeling when we are going to lose the opportunity to enjoy the pleasure we will never have again.

My method, the easy method, of giving up is this. Forget all the reasons why you would like to stop for the moment and face the cigarette problem itself. Head on! Ask yourself these questions: what is it doing for me? Do I enjoy it? Do I need to go through life paying through the nose? Just stick these things in my mouth and suffocate myself?

Do not reply just yet. That’s what a lot of this tape is going to be about. Giving you all the information, you need to be able to answer these questions right before you respond. You will not believe it at the moment. But the beautiful truth of the matter is that cigarette smoking does absolutely nothing for you at all. There is not anything at all to give up.

 Read in the next blog

Listen to a guided meditation for 21 days to stop smoking.You can visit my YouTube channel, Prriya Success Academy, or you can book a free session with me. You will learn how to programme your mind to break the smoking habit and become a non-smoker. Quitting Smoking is easy with hypnotherapy, as this method is uniquely effective in programming the mind to overcome the addiction to cigarettes and nicotine while remaining in control of your eating habits. Glenn’s highly acclaimed hypnosis techniques and production will help you achieve these goals safely and, naturally.

 A few weeks after learning the release, method, I completely stooped my chain- smoking habit and craving has not come back. (Lloyd Scoot, Glasgow)

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Prriya Kaur
MBA (Leadership) The University of Edinburgh( Gold Medalist) Life and Business, Author of Three Books, Coach, Menter Empowering your Mind, Body and Soul

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