Millions of people don't quit smoking because they've already wasted major money on "quit methods" that don't work, or don't work for them. The pills give you intolerable nightmares, feelings of suicide and other "side effects" that should be banned entirely from the system of healing. It's absolutely ridiculous that Big Medicine can advertise such fraud and get away with it. Medications try to control your dopamine and serotonin supply to the brain, but it's not a balanced, safe science and using chemicals to try to do this is dangerous, to say the least. That's what the nicotine does anyway - - it controls your emotions by controlling your "feel good" body chemistry. Nicotine pulls you from the funk - the ill feeling that something's just wrong, bad, ominous, lurking - you know, that paranoid feeling you're not going to feel good anytime soon, unless you have a cigarette. People in jail will do just about anything for a smoke or drugs. Misery loves company.
Some smokers can't go 60 minutes without a cigarette. That's why you won't find them going to the movie theatre. They'll just say movies are a waste of time and money if you ask them to join you. Movies are expensive after all - shucks - you could get a few packs of cigarettes just for the cost of your ticket. Might be less health damaging than a large buttered popcorn and a super-sized GMO cola, who's really to say there.
So the "beat goes on" and the smokers they smoke, thinking there's no way out - no escape from the nicotine "rescue" nightmare they engage every hour (pack-a-day habit) or every half-hour (two-pack-a-day habit).
One man who smokes three packs a day said he even smokes in the shower sometimes. Imagine that. Try to avoid getting the cigarette wet while you wash off the smell from the last one. Too bad you can't wash your lungs while you're in there bathing.
1. Breathing Better
The day you quit smoking you start breathing better. In fact, there's a sixty-minute course that teaches new non-smokers a breathing ritual that they've all been engaging since they became smokers. Think of this: when you take a drag off a cigarette, you usually breathe in for about a full second, sucking back on that cancer stick to get that nicotine hit that lurks in the smoke, then you hold it in for maybe half a second and release. That's a zen-breathing ritual, of course, without the smoke. So as a new non-smoker, why wouldn't you go outside every half-hour or hour, as you would have smoked, and just breathe in the same way, this time some FRESH AIR, and hold for half a second, and release, about a dozen times. Do it as many times as you would have taken a drag off that cancer stick, and do it just as often, at least for the first fourteen days after quitting. This is a strategy invented by an expert ex-smoker who teaches the natural method for quitting cigarettes for life.
2. No Coughing Upon Waking
Many a smoker coughs rather violently upon waking each morning. Why? The lungs, in fact, the whole body, has run through a detoxification process while you sleep. That's why your first urination contains many toxins your body has simply filtered and is ready to release. Well, your lungs have relaxed, and the tar and fiberglass has "settled in" as you sleep, all you smokers out there, and when you wake up and try to take a normal breath (which is deeper inhaling than you do during sleep), the tiny air sacks in your lungs called alveoli - have trouble expanding all the way, and here comes the hack! Sadly, it won't work. Nothing, in fact, will even come up, unless you're already suffering from allergies, a common cold or the flu. The toxins are trapped in your lungs. If you smoke a pack a day for one year, you have acquired a CUP OF TAR in your lungs. Imagine pouring a cup of tar on your kitchen counter. That's what caught in your lungs - hence, the morning smoker's cough. You can detoxify over time with Superfoods and regular, light exercise.
3. Food Tastes Great Again
Ask any ex-smoker in the world about how their taste buds "returned" after they quit smoking. All food tastes better. What a world of difference. When we lose one or more of our senses slowly over time, it's not so noticeable, until somehow it is pointed out to us. Hearing, vision, taste and smell - they're all the same in that way. We can take it for granted while we do damage, but if the damage is done for TOO LONG it can be irreversible, so it's always a good time to quit smoking. There is a viable, sensible, proven natural method to stop smoking in 14 days or less so you can reclaim YOUR taste buds. Get ready for your food to taste GREAT again. And there's more.
4. Endurance Returns and the Motivation to Workout
You don't feel like working out when you're a smoker. What's the use, right? You just get tired too quick, start coughing and need a cigarette. It's not even funny. You usually don't try to eat healthy either, because again, what's the use. You know you're smoking pesticide, ammonia, bleach, formaldehyde and all those other chemicals any random person can name that are in commercial cigarettes, and it all leads to central nervous system malfunction, so just "leave me alone" I'm "not into sports" - - or something like that, right? Maybe a "smoker friend" will sympathize, OR, maybe YOU could become an ex-smoker starting today and then another ex-smoker can sympathize and reminisce with you. You could laugh at the old problem, walk out your door, and go for a walk or jog, and soon without even coughing once. Yes, you can. You start with a light 5 minute workout. Then after 3 days of that you make it 10 minutes. Then after a week of that you make that LIGHT workout 15 minutes. So what if you cough a little, your nearing the end of THAT! After those 10 days or so, you begin to ENJOY the workout. You look forward to it. In fact, it becomes the BEST part of your day. Keep reading.
5. Clothes No Longer Stink of Cigarette Smoke
It's funny how smokers think that when they put their cigarette out, outdoors, and instantly walk into a room or building that they are somehow "separated" from their habit and not infringing on other people. Most do not realize (unless someone specifically tells them, like now) their smoke smell trails them like a shadow in the mid-summer sun. Their clothes still smell rather pungent for about a minute or two, even from a few feet away. Non-smokers get a whiff if they stand and talk to the smoker for a few seconds. If you hug a smoker right after they put out their cigarette and enter the room, you will smell like a smoker for a little while. Ever walked into the "smoker's room" at a bar or restaurant? When you exit, you smell like a gnarly cigarette. Oh, but when you quit smoking, what you do is you wash every piece of clothing you own twice, and you spray out your dresser drawers and your closet. You have your carpet and walls cleaned in your home, or you do it yourself, gladly, energetically, with music playing and a great attitude because you are celebrating an accomplishment.
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There is nary a cessation (stop smoking) program in the world that focuses on nutrition as the key to quitting cigarettes for good. During the first two weeks (14 days) of quitting, your body is in DIRE need of the proper nutrients so that you feel GOOD and don't have unbearable "crave moments." In fact, the proper vitamins, minerals, Superfoods and spring water can keep you from having ANY crave moments at all. When you don't need nicotine to rescue you from the cigarette hangover, then you don't want to smoke. It's that simple, but nobody has the right guide for all of this. Or do they? Guess what - they do. Thousands of ex-smokers are telling the story of how they came off cigarettes in 14 days or less by infusing simple behavior modification strategies and the right nutrients. This is a whole food, organic raw food regimen that becomes a regular part of your life, instead of cigarettes ruling your emotions and causing health detriment. Reclaim your full breath in, and your sense of taste! Reclaim your will to exercise. Find your ideal balance and get rid of the smoker's clothes smell. Imagine how great your life would be without cigarettes.
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