Don't Quit Smoking! Immediately
“How to stop smoking? Hey, it’s the easiest thing in the world, I have done it a hundred times”…. So goes the hoary old joke. It brings a smile from some, a frown from the others and hacking cough from the smokers. It is no joke for the smokers, however they may smile at it. At heart every smoker wants to stop.
Many of them are knowledgeable enough to know how, but can’t quit the fags because the habit is too deeply ingrained. A) What won’t work? Gradually decreasing it. Buddy, the nicotine won’t let you quit. It is too powerful an adversary and too cunning for you. You will find the gradual decrement plan going fine, until the day you have an excuse to forget it (tension, overwork, circumstances, party etc.
Depending on medicines. Medicines only help to reduce the craving. But seriously, do you smoke only when the urge hits you? Isn’t it true that most of the time you smoke casually, whether there is a physical urge or not? Talking continuously about it. While you may think that it will help to keep the issue the uppermost in your mind, it will most probably lead to you being ridiculed in case you fail to quit. Also, words being cheap, it will begin to sound like empty boast. Nicotine substitutes. These are substitutes. They aren’t really the solution. Sooner or later you will revert to the real nicotine.
B) So, What will work? Well, that’s what this article is about 1) Strengthen your resolve First of all, I thank and congratulate you on having come so far with me. It shows that there is hope for you yet . You have already proved that you can take tough talk and are determined to go through with it. That’s the first step. Next, Analyze your smoking pattern, How many in a day? How often? When do you really have the urge (usually on waking up, after meals or generally after consuming anything orally)? When do you smoke maximum (with friends, alone, with drinks, under stress etc) Number three, list down your reasons for a) smoking, and b) wanting to quit. I am a big advocate of putting things down on paper. It shows a commitment.
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