Tuesday, September 05, 2006

Some more tips to help you quit smoking

Its been a while since I covered quitting smoking, so I just thought I'd post a few more tips for those who are looking to quit! These are a few simple steps that you can follow and may give you some help or inspiration to quit smoking. Here is an awesome site to help you quit smoking: Quit Smoking Now Without Gaining Weight!


Steps You Can Follow To Quit Smoking by Tony James

Smoking addiction is a very serious threat to anybody's health and most of the time, quitting smoking can be a very difficult and frustrating habit to break. As you try to quit smoking and fail, it becomes tougher each time. This is you are actually conditioning your mind to give in more and more. That is why most people need help and support to quit smoking.

Here are some steps which you can follow to quit smoking:

Step one:

Start to prepare to your quit date to kick the habit forever. Start using artificial cigarette (Herbal Cigarette) one month before your quit date. This is to avoid any anxiety or depression as well as to stabilize your blood sugar levels to avoid weight gain.

Pick up a new hobby and start an exercise program to enhance your energy and strength as well as training your mental power.

Step two:

Once the quit date arrive, dispose off all cigarette related items such as ashtrays, lighters and so on. You can continue with your hobby or exercise program. When you quit smoking, put aside a sum of money that you will previously use to buy cigarettes. At the end of the month, reward yourself with that money.

Step three:

Congratulations, you are already a non-smoker. However, to maintain this way is crucially important. After 3 to 4 weeks time, nicotine and other toxins will become clear from your lungs. You will mostly recover from your physical addiction. Unfortunately, the psychological addiction will be there to stay for many years.

Unforeseen circumstances such as stress, problems, anger and frustration will temp and prompt you to smoke almost immediately. Do something about your stress and anxiety. Be on guard at all times because it normally take only one cigarettes to trap you back in the vicious cycle of cigarettes again. Celebrate for every month that you've quit smoking.

About the Author

Tony James is an ex-smoker for 15 years and is currently helping smokers to quit smoking with ease without the discomfort of cravings or withdrawal symptoms.

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