Spearheading the attack is Allen Carr hisdaily fight against nicotine has propelled him far this is my pride and joy my rollsroycle silver spirit I never dreamed street urchin sixty years ago I’d end up one daywith one of these. its a wonderful thing. he has made his millions by discovering hisown holy grail for the hopelessly addicted a guaranteed way to quit. Your probably lookingat the worst nicotine addict there’s ever been. the first thing i do in the morningbefore I’d put a stitch of clothing on would be to have a cigarette dangling from my lips.And that cigarette was stuck there all day everyday for 30 odd years. But one day twentyyears ago, Allen Carr saw the light. It was
so easy it was unbelievable I went over night,from chain smoker to nonsmoker without any withdraw pains at all. I haven’t had the slightestcraving to smoke since. And I suddenly realized that this method would work for all smokers.Today Carr is so confident of this technique he’s attempting to convince every smoker watchingto quit. By debunking 4 great smoking myths. All you need to do is listen. And you too can be a nonsmoker. Smokers believe they need will power to quit. Other methods concentrate on reasonswhy they shouldn’t smoke, the health, the money, the slavery, the filthy habit, butsmokers all this, but continue to smoke. Why? On the other side of the tug of war, it relaxesme, it helps me to concentrate, it relives
stress, it relives boredom, now they’re prettypowerful reasons to make smokers frightened to quit. Just suppose smoking did none ofthose things. And it actually impeded concentration, it impeded relaxation, it increased boredom,and increased stress. Now you got 4 additional reasons to quit smoking, you haven’t a singlereason to carry on smoking. Once you see that is what it really is, the desire to smokegoes and you don’t need will power to quit. Do let us know if this works. Smokers believethey smoke because they choose to, they can remember there first experimental cigarette,but no smoker can remember the day they decided to become a regular smoker. That’s becauseno smoker ever did. Ask any smoking parent
whether they encouraged there children tosmoke. The answer is an invariably empathic no. That’s because all smokers sense thatthey fell into a trap. And they don’t want there children to fall into the same trap.If you’ve ever made just one halfhearted attempt to quit, you’ve made a positive decisionyou want to be a nonsmoker, and if you still smoke, its not because you chose to, its becauseyou failed to quit. When smokers quit, they believe they suffer terrible physical withdrawalpains from nicotine. Nicotine withdrawl is what smokers suffer throughout the smokerslife. And its almost inperceptibvale and its the only reason they light the next the nextcigarette. It gets no worse when they extinguish
the flame. The reason a smoker suffer is thatthey believe they’re making a terrible sacrifice. All substitues actually reinforces the feeling,substitues that contain nicotine actually prolong the addiciton. How can you cure addicitionfrom a drug by taking the same drug your addicted to? It’s absolute nonsense. Smokers believethat its dificult to quit. Provided that you realize theres nothing to give up, you canquit, not with a feeling of doom and gloom, worrying wheather you have the will power,worrying weather the craving will go. But with a feeling of utter elation, know thatfrom then on you’ll enjoy social occasions more, and be better equipt to handle stress.You’ll look at other smokers, not with envy,
but with pity, in the realization that theyrelightening that cigarette is to try to get back to the state of relaxation that nonsmokersenjoy all there lives. The one thing that prevents them from doing that, is anotherdose of nicotine. Good Luck.
This Is The Best Way To Quit Smoking
If you’re a smoker trying to quit, boy doyou have options. Patches, chewing gum, lollipops and evenlasers! But if you’re overwhelmed with choice, maybetry nothing at all. Hi aware citizens, Trace here for DNews. Now smoking is bad for you it causes cancerand a gazillion other diseases. You know that. We know that. This is your life and we’re not going totell you what to do.
But we are going to tell you the science behindquitting if you or someone you know is trying to give up the habit. Now before we breakdown the options, we haveto first understand why it’s so difficult to quit in the first place. One word: nicotine. It’s what’s naturally found in tobaccoand as addictive as heroin and cocaine. When inhaled, nicotine travels quickly tothe brain. There, it releases dopamine and other feelgood chemicals into brain cell receptors.
This creates more and more nicotine receptorsin the brain. When these receptors are starved of nicotineyou go through intense withdrawal, which can lead to depression and tension, until youget your next fix. So the trick may be to gradually giving yourbrain less and less nicotine, which is where the highly advertized treatment of nicotinereplacement therapy comes into play. We’re talking about patches, chewing gum,lozenges, inhalers and even nasal spray and lollipops. But do these methods actually work?
Let’s take one of the most popular methods,the patch. This is typically a reservoir of nicotinesandwiched between an occlusive and permeable adhesive layers. Stick it on your skin and the nicotine slowlyleaches through the layers of your dermis, to the hypodermis, which contains blood vesselsneeded to bring the drug into the bloodstream. This happens at a much slower rate and ata lower concentration than smoke inhalation. Different patches contain different amountsof nicotine, slowly ridding your body’s dependence of the drug.
But is it effective? Well, one study conducted by the Harvard Schoolof Public Health looked at 787 adults who had recently quit smoking. They were surveyed three different times overthe course of six years and asked questions about what type of nicotine replacement therapythey had used, the duration of the therapy, if they had consulted a professional, andtheir current smoking habits. During each one of those checkins arounda third of the participants had relapsed. This led researchers to conclude that â€œusingnicotine replacement therapy is no more effective
in helping people stop smoking cigarettesin the longterm than trying to quit on one’s own.â€� What about alternative ways to quit smoking? Some people have tried acupuncture and hypnosis,but based on some of our last tutorials, it’s a little up for debate on whether that worksor not. And others have even tried lasers. Yes, lasersâ€¦ well, lowlevel lasers therapy. The company Innovative Laser Therapy claimsthat an hour of therapy is all you’d need